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From out of the inner most forests comes the main not going best friend in a struggle for a city's heart.
Sides were selected, traitors were published, and mask have come off the main secretive of Arrabar's elite—friends and foes alike. All that's left is to discover it out.

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With a zest for living that only enhances her beauty, Catti-brie is more than just the attractive mascot of a group of adventurers. She now understands tragedy and the harsh realities the world can inflict, but she firmly refuses to give up her optimism. Locales Frequented: Mithral Hall (in earlier times). History: Catti-brie’s mother died in childbirth, and her father moved with his daughter to Termalaine, one of the Ten Towns. For three years, he was quite successful—but then a goblin ended the man’s life.

Unique Abilities/Items Tome of Universal Harmony: This is the holiest of books of Deneir, and can be understood only by the one cleric whom that deity has chosen as his disciple. It is filled with mysterious runes, only one or two of which per page can be deciphered. The Chosen, however, is able to get in touch with the runes’ rhythms and determine that they are one song. It is through the learning and study of the song that the Chosen can learn a full panoply of spells. This work is handed down from the current Chosen of Deneir to the next one, once the current disciple realizes that he or she will soon die.

At its widest end it is 1 foot in diameter, and there are leather loops at the narrow end and at various intervals so Pikel can use it in a variety of ways in battle. One of his favorite tactics is to whirl around in a circle to take out numerous enemies, although this often makes him so dizzy that he falls down. For fighting undead, Pikel has a waterskin with a nozzle on it, and he thoroughly enjoys squirting holy water on them. Percival (AC 7, HD 1–1, THAC0 20, #AT 2, Dmg 1/1): Percival is a white flying squirrel with keen intelligence.

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