Zireael pisze:Tyle o Azounie już wiem. Bardziej mnie interesuje to, jak go widzisz w podanym roku. Arystokrata rozpuszczony przez ciotkę i babkę, siedzący na Smoczym Tronie? Czy wojownik niczym Rowen i Alusair, jeżdżący po Cormyrze?
Zireael pisze:Bardziej mnie interesuje to, jak go widzisz w podanym roku.
Zireael pisze:Aravae Irithyl + Josidiah Starym
Halisstra Melarn + Ryld Argith
Zireael pisze:Ashemmi + Dag Zoreth (tj. Cara z "Twierdzy Cierni")
Aerie + bliżej nieokreślony Pomiot Bhaala (tj. mały Quayle)
Jaheira + Khalid
Skie + Eldoth
Dynaheir + Minsc
Imoen + Haer'dalis
Deheriana + Kivan
Safana + Coran
Suna Seni + Valygar
lady Irlana + Garrick
Zireael pisze:Może kiedy oderwę się od poprawek do opowiadania będę miała czas wrócić do projektów "Następnego pokolenia" - z którego niektórzy pojawią się w opowiadaniu w przyszłości...
Are you by chance thinking of her mother, Ashemmi? Cause Semmemi is my homebrew child of that one and Sememmon. At least, I don't recall that being the name of their child. I know they had Ashemmon, but that one is a male.
Canonically speaking: Sememmon and Ashemmi are MIA. There are hints that they live in Rhymanthiin. That, or one/both bit the dust. Ashemmon was Archmage of Rhymanthiin, became Blackstaff, and then perished later. He is the unofficial child of Ashemmi and Sememmon (though, let's face it, it's basically been stated in his little bio in BT).
My Realms: Sememmon and Ashemmi dwell in Rhymanthiin, where they live to this day. Their firstborn child was Ashemmon, who became Archmage of that city. He became friends with Krehlan Arunsun, and saved the Blackstaff from an assassination attempt. He was then established as the right hand man of the Blackstaff, a role he continues to this day. (Note that he and Krehlan are both alive in my 1479 DR, and that Krehlan is still Blackstaff). As for Sememmi, she was born years (decades?) after her brother. She's still pretty young in 1479 DR. Only a teenager. She actually wanders the realms with the daughter of Laeral and Khelben, Krehlan's twin (I gave her a name, can't remember it at this time). Krehlan's twin has years of experience and plenty of magical might, so Sememmi is in good hands. The Sememmi at Darkhold is a construct, made to act and think like the real deal. The Zhentarim decided it might be a potential lure. If they can sever the connection between Sememmon and his daughter, they can set up a trap, pretending they've captured Sememmi and are holding her hostage. Of course, my former right-hand man is far better than anyone else stationed at Darkhold. Unless, of course, I drop in for a chat. But ultimately, I don't feel inclined to punish Sememmon, since leaving when he did was the sensible thing. I wish him and his kin well. But still, I'll let the grunts at Darkhold have their fun, and if they do bring down Sem's wrath, the weak will be culled from the strong.
Descendants of Arilyn and Danilo
Well, this was just something I did for fun in my home game.
Kandress Thann B: 1378 DR D: 1445 DR
First daughter of Arilyn and Danilo. In 1392 DR, she became an apprentice at Blackstaff Tower, after showing signs of potential wizardry. In 1398 DR, she was kidnapped by a Skullport slaver named Burgo. She was rescued a tenday later by her mother, Elaith Craulnober, and Burgo's kind-hearted sister, Sacil (a fey warlock). In 1445 DR, she perished fighting against her nemesis, the lich Graganosk, who launched a lone assault on the Thann estate, in order to slay her brother Verin and his family. She sacrificed her own lifeforce to unleash a spell which obliterated the lich's own soul, preventing him from returning to his phylactery. Though her body had been consumed in the spell-battle, a few of her personal possessions were placed in the Thann family crypts.
Verin Thann B: 1381 DR D: 1459 DR
First son (second child) of Arilyn and Danilo. His childhood was rather uneventful; he lacked both the swordsmanship of his mother and the magic of his father and sister. He was an exceptionally bright boy, however, and loved literature and academics. In 1404 DR, Verin became a Masked Lord of Waterdeep (ironically, Danilo never mentioned his own short-lived stint as a ML to his son). In 1414 DR, he married his long-time love, the Sunite priestess Arica Griffonstaff. They had three children. His family was attacked by Graganosk in 1445 DR, but his sister protected them with her own life. In 1459 DR, Verin passed away of natural causes, and was buried in the family crypts. In 1461 DR, his wife Arica followed him in death.
Morneth Thann Brasalathen B: 1415 DR D: ----
First daughter of Arica and Verin. Morneth was a very composed young woman growing up; she never shirked responsibility or left her debts unpaid. She was a rather conservative woman by nature and had a love of history. She spent her young adulthood studying historical tomes and visiting cities such as Silverymoon and Suzail, with rich legacies of their own. In 1440 DR, she married her love, the gold elf merchant Kassal Brasalathen, whose integrity and fair dealings had earned him the respect of the city. She assumed control over the majority of her father's estate and affairs after his death, for she was always the most responsible. Morneth and her husband tried to conceive a child, but luck was never on their side. Morneth has put this behind her, though, and is enjoying both her marriage and her life.
Iril Thann B: 1417 DR D: ----
Second daughter (second child) of Verin and Arica. Unlike conservative Morneth, Iril was always a wild child, effervescent as the day is long. She couldn't stand the trappings of noble life and would always flee her guards and servants' attention whenever possible. Iril was soon taught to channel some of her impulses and energy through swordsmanship. She trained for years and eventually became worthy of the title blademaster. Iril's dream was always to inherit her grandmother's Moonblade, but the sword never reached out to her. She was crushed when she learned that she was not the chosen wielder of the new generation, but she soon moved on. Today, Iril serves a sword instructor to the youth of Waterdeep. She takes on anyone, be they ambitious street waifs or wealthy fops, as long as she feels they are worthy and have the potential she desires. Her skills remain as sharp as ever.
Arthamor Thann B: 1420 DR D: ----
First son (third child) of Arica and Verin. From a young age, Arthamor displayed the musical affinity shared by his grandfather Danilo. Everyone in the family knew he was destined to be a bard, so it was no surprise when he began his studies at New Olamn in his teen years. Arthamor quickly rose to become one of the finest lute players in the restored college's history. He created wonderful new tunes with ease, though decent lyrics were often a challenge for him. In 1451 DR, he wed the bard Arrengale Summerwind, a student at New Olamn ten years his junior. In 1452 DR, the two had a son, Atharam. Arthamor isn't tied down by his family's responsibilities, and is usually out of the city with Arrengale, traveling across the North and spreading their bardic knowledge with all who will hear them.
Atharam Thann B: 1452 DR D: ----
First son of Arrengale and Arthamor. Atharam was named after the hero in his parents' favorite epic, Atharam the Bold. Atharam is still young by half-elven standards, but is showing signs of wizardry like his great aunt Kandress. He doesn't like the sound of an apprentice's life, though. Atharam is a good man, but can be rather foolish at times. If a dark mage were to butter him up and put on a facade of friendship and promises of teaching him magic, Atharam might very well fall for it hook, line and sinker. Atharam possesses the singing sword once wielded by his great-grandfather Danilo, which Danilo instructed be left to his first great-grandchild before his death in 1421 DR. Atharam prizes no possession in this world more than he does his blade, and is studying under the tutelage of Iril to hone his skill. He still has a long way to go.