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Fleetwood of Threshold

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Fleetwood, male Lawful (LG) Fighter


Fleetwood is a handsome man of Thyatian stock. Quite tall and robust, this dusty-haired warrior with a chiseled face cuts an impressive figure. Still quite young, in his mid 20s, Fleetwood is a capable fighter as well as a charismatic leader.


Fleetwood is a home-town hero. Raised in the northern town of Threshold by his "uncle", a Traladaran, he was sheared promptly on his 14th birthday. Whilst his uncle swears that he is not an orphan, Fleetwood has never met his parents.

Fleetwood didn't take too well to the sheared life. Staying in Threshold he took several odd jobs--learning very few marketable skills and never staying in one profession for very long. When he was seventeen he had taken it upon himself to collect his savings to buy supplies needed for an adventurer's life. He then went up into the nearby hills, into some of the many caves there, learning how to live by his sword.

It was during one of those early adventures that he meet the Lady Aleena--niece to Baron Halaran. Quickly befriending the cleric, he adventured along with her for a brief time, before running afoul of the renegade wizard called Bargle. Fleetwood was able to escape the magic-user's clutches, but Aleena fell to his magicks. Fleetwood earned the trust and gratitude of the Baron when he returned with Aleena's lifeless body soon enough for her to be resurrected.

Fleetwood's adventuring career truly began some time after rescuing Aleena. One night, he had recieved a dream, telling him that the magical valley of Haven was in dire trouble. Heeding the call, this young man recklessly, and selflessly, travelled through the dangers of the Dymrak Forest where he met with those adventurers whom would be his travelling companions for years to come. It is these six individuals that he would later rely on time after time. These six are the ones he will learn to call... friend.

The fighter later ran into Bargle again in the ruins of the old Mistamere castle, north of his home town. Bargle, being the quick-witted man that he is, never let Fleetwood and his companions corner him. He escaped with his life on the back of a black dragon. Despite his escape, his plans there at the ruins were forever disrupted by Fleetwood's presence.

Thanks to his efforts in unmasking the leaders of the Veiled Society and recovering a sacred relic belonging to the Order of Chardastes, a branch of the Church of Karameikos, Fleetwood and his new bride Clarion, were inducted into the Order of the Griffon (as well as earning a Court Lordship) shortly after returning from his discovery of the lost valley of the Hutaaka.

Not long after, Fleetwood and company left his home for distant lands. Eventually ending up in Darokin, this group of heroes travelled to Corran Keep on the Darokin/Glantri border. There, by mere accident, Fleetwood helped release the strange man called Rheddrian from the mirror-shield--thrusting him and his friends into the midsts of the events that are to come.

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