Brendenbryl during the battle of Chastrcon.
Brendenbryl the Lore Walker is quite simply a mystery to most. He is a human male that stands 5’9” tall, has brown shoulder length hair and short beard. Despite his age, he has a sturdy muscular frame and almost no wrinkles or other signs of aging. He is often dressed in flamboyant robes of color that make him stand out in a crowd. His trademark pointed hat, some say only he can make look good, never seems to go out of style. People often have mistaken him for other great travelers of the lands to which he joyfully replies, “Well after all, I am no Elminster”. His joyful presence and belly laughs make him a fantastic storyteller and a very charismatic person. People flock to him of all races and it is said he travels amongst most the intelligent races with no hindrance. You will often times find him by a warm fire in a tavern telling tales or offering advice. Since he travels a lot people may encounter him anywhere at any time without warning. He rarely involves himself in events of the land but prefers to watch, listen, and learn and may advise to situations. People see him as the ultimate conduit to the world in which they live. His age is unknown and he seems to have no ambitions to power, glory, or anything that normally drives a person to life except perhaps knowledge. It is rumored he only belongs to one organization and within the hallowed walls rests a collection of journals and writings spanning his entire breadth of knowledge although no one living has ever been able to confirm this tale. Least not that anyone knows of…
Excerpt from Journal One – Entry One:
Greetings to you all, I am Brendenbryl, and this is my collection of journals and tomes. I have been walking the face of Endarik-Veles and other realms for a very long time and have written about my travels. Here you will gain rare access to my many volumes of knowledge detailing my encounters with strange and unique places and people. Hear the stories I have heard from others across the land and learn of my own experiences. Due to the vastness of knowledge my library holds, making its contents available to you is a long process. I hope you find the information I share with you to be enlightening, and perhaps even entertaining. Now where did I put that first journal…
Brendenbryl, the Lore Walker (11,746 PdE)
Continued Reading: To read more of his journals and insights into the world of Endarik-Veles please visit his continually expanding library of work at Brendenbryl.com.