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Wander Weir's page

1,393 posts (4,180 including aliases). No reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 13 aliases.


Aliases


The Rake
Aago Belwas
(169 posts)
King Ezelgar
Feldspar Flamebeard

Male Dwarf Paladin / 4 (266 posts)
Explorer
Flotsam Stormkin

Male Human Cleric / 1 (0 posts)
Valeros
Gander Longstalks
(142 posts)
Jalros
Lev Feybane

Male Half-Elf Ranger / Lvl 4 (345 posts)
Pathfinder
Lorenz Aeryson

Male Human (Andoran) Fighter Lvl 5 (1,057 posts)
Kutholiam Vuere
Martin Poole
(147 posts)
Acanamirium
Murro Garrickson

Male Human Fey Blooded Sorcerer / 1 (31 posts)
Dwarf Fighter
Oren Tor

Male Dwarf Cleric of Angradd / 2 (70 posts)
Goblin
Pussl Ticknest
(59 posts)
Aram Zey
Sarien Ruseff

Male Human Rogue (Investigator)/ 1 (197 posts)
Villamar Koth
Tevyn

Half Elf Spirit Ranger / 2 (283 posts)
Seoni
Tulip Weatherhollow
(21 posts)

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