The World Lore'un
Ellidrin was a young hunter from the clan of the wolf, and is Faladren’s cousin. His name is an insult from his clan, as it is slang for the Eladren, who his elves believe to be cowards, thus he is name coward. He is name thus because his father was believed to abandon his people on the eave of a great battle that nearly wiped his clan out. Ellidrin worked hard to prove himslef beyond his name, but was looked down on by all except his cousin, who say his skill and knew his worth. On the eve of a ceremony, were elves are said to become men, by doing some great act, Ellidrin was donning armor given to his mother before his father vanished the years before, when he found a parchment that his father had written to his unborn child. The parchment told of a great evil on the land and that his father was going to seek the cause and end it. The next day, Ellidrin chose his coming of age ritual as seeking out evidence that his father was not a traitor, and defied the elders by leaving the encampment to clear his fathers name. On his travels, he met many adventurers, one of whom was a halfling bard who had traveled with his father. The bard told him of the evils that he sought, and after fighting many battle, Ellidrin returned to his village to clear the name of his father, only to discover the village destroyed and everyone slaughtered. The wounds were made by an elven blade, and prints leading away from the village were elven. He swore revenge, and with another companion, the ever so cocky and headstrong Norick, he sought after the killer. Along his travels and through various people, he found the killer to be, Faladren, making his hunt even more personal. When he finally caught up to his prey, after a brief battle, were Faladren beat him in the duel but refused to kill him. Ellidrin discovered his cousin had been controlled by an evil necromantic cult, and had left to seek his revenge. Ellidrin, not wholy trusting his cousin, decided to join his cousin’s mercenary group, The War-Wolves, to help seek revenge, and also to keep in eye on his cousin.