About Eydam Lomary
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One day while his father was completing his trial to become initiated into the ranks of the Brotherhood he came upon an elven village. The situation was to good to pass up and he proceeded use all the rogue talents he had been taught to scout around. When he came upon a hut near the edge of the village that looked promising he crept inside. Unfortunately he didn't find the elven magical items he was expecting to find, but instead he found what looked like a ornately decorated chest covered in jewels with a bundle of silks inside. He quickly snatched up the chest and returned to his tribe with his prize. Unbeknown to him inside the bundle of silks was a elven child.
The chief knew that he should have the young man return the child, but he also knew that it meant certain death for him. He was unwilling to send his brother's only son to his death, so instead he declared his nephew would become the child's guardian. The young man and his wife grew to love the boy and soon called him their son.
Eydam was a good pupil and a quick learner of the rogue arts, but his attention always drifted towards the forest. One day while walking in the forest he suddenly became aware of everything as if the forest had just came to life. The tribal elders realized that that he was destined for more then the Brotherhood instead he was to become a druid or a guardian of the forest. His first trial came when lumberjacks ventured too far into the forest and began chopping down trees. When they began cutting down the trees one of the timbers fell on a badger and Eydam full of rage lost control and blacked out.
When he regained consciousness the devastation that surrounded him looked as if a tornado had landed where he fell. On his way home he saw no sign of the lumberjacks as if they had vanished, instead he heard whimpering coming from the badger's burrow. This was the first animal he saved and she, properly or ironically named Badger, became his companion. In an effort to save the forest and stop the humans from destroying it he struck out on his own to gain enough knowledge and experience to become a guardian of the forest.