META: This is what Evernae would tell someone that wanted to know the story and who he couldn’t refuse, therefore not all this information is accurate.
Greetings, I’m Evernae. I’m Chaotic Neutral, human, and a wizard.
I was taking a stroll on a large cliff, when suddenly I was pushed off by a strong gust of wind that blew me over the edge. I survived with little more than scrapes because of my amazing arcane prowess, and a lesser being would be hurt much more severely. However, I seemed to have been knocked out from the sheer exhaustion of using my power in such a way that I had not prepared for.
I woke up in a small building that didn’t deserve the title, really; it needed quite a bit of work to make it passable for my standards. I met a dwarf named Grandma, and he was wearing a dress, holding a cage with a canary in it, and a set of bagpipes. Needless to say, I was unimpressed by his taste in music. My tastes lean more towards woodwinds and stringed instruments, but I digress.
Grandma went to get travel papers for two other people that had befallen similar circumstances as myself, as well as me. He said it would take a day for the full journey, but Grandma did not return within the time period he had specified. A halfling that must have been less than half my size suggested we go after Grandma, and I agreed, seeing that it would be impossible to travel around if I did not have travel papers. We convinced three other to assist us with our endeavor, making us a group of six.
We set out, but during our travels, we discovered Grandma’s set of bagpipes on the middle of the road, and the others were quite distressed, but I was expecting something similar, though perhaps not as annoying loud. I picked the bagpipes up with mage hand, and handed it to one of the three we had convinced to come with us. Then, an arrow came flying out of the brush at me, and I dodged with the skill of a wizard, knowing that a fight was forthcoming, and I prepared to destroy all who opposed me.
META: End of post, will post again when I have time. Until next time!