Blurg is a member of [[The Society of Brilliance | The Society of Brilliance.]] Though not magically inclined, he is a masterful sailor, tracker, and hunter, doing a lot of the society’s fieldwork that doesn’t require a vast knowledge of the arcane.
Errde is a captain in the Stone Guard, Gracklstugh’s city guard, and also a member of The [[The Society of Brilliance | Society of Brilliance]].
Grazilaxx is an illithid member of the [[The Society of Brilliance | Society of Brilliance]] encountered by the party to hire them to quell the asylum riot. He is generally calm and shows a distinct lack of desire to eat the brains of humanoids, or he at …
Sloopidoop, or Sloop as he goes by for those who have a hard time with kuo-toan language, is a member of the [[The Society of Brilliance | Society of Brilliance]] who specializes in the environs in and around the Darklake.
Themberchaud is a red dragon held by the Keepers of the Flame in Gracklstugh as he is viewed as a herald of their deity. He sought the party’s assistance as the Keepers had discovered a red dragon egg and hid it with plans to raise it on their own to …
Yuk Yuk and Spiderbait
The brothers aided the party in crossing the cavern of spiderwebs after their escape from prison for a fee of 2gp per day.
Y is a savant member of the Society of Brilliance.
Skriss is a member of the Society of Brilliance and specializes in reptilian species.
Zellix was a mind flayer who founded and managed an asylum in the Underdark. Zellix discovered that brains of people infected by madness were more succulent and tasty than others. So it founded an asylum where it could keep them. If a patient was not …
Asha is an apprentice priestess to Lolth under Ilvara Mizzrym. Asha is unusually demure for a drow priestess. She accompanied Illvara to recapture the escaped prisoners in the Drow Pursuit Party.
_"You wretches will be sacrificed to Lolth. Pray to …
Ilvara is a high priestess of Lolth and one of the leaders in House Mizzrym. She was in charge of the prison at Velkynvelve and was to deliver the prisoners back to Menzoberranzan though the escort never showed up.
When the prisoners escaped, she …
Jorlan was the former leader of the prison guards and former consort to the priestess Ilvara Mizzrym until he had an unfortunately run in with a black pudding. With his face scarred and sword arm mangled, Jorlan was demoted to just a guard and kicked from …
Shoor was recently promoted to his position when he became Ilvara Mizzrym’s new lieutenant and consort. He is relatively young to be in such a position and is subsequently incredibly arrogant.
He joined Illvara to find the lost prisoners in the [[Drow …
Buppido is a surprisingly gregarious and talkative derro, demonstrating a keen mind and a disarming manner. He is happy to consider his fellow prisoners allies, knowing that only by working together can they escape the drow.
He was discovered murdering …
Eldeth was a scout from Gauntlgrym, a dwarf proud both of her heritage and of her people’s achievement in reclaiming the ancient dwarven kingdom. In typical dwarf fashion, Eldeth was rather stubborn and hates the drow as well as all other corrupt dark …
He lives in the caves in Laduguer’s Furrow taken over by the Grey Ghosts and derro cultists. He worked with the party to try to clear the caverns of the outside influences so the other flumph can come back.
Hgraam is the elder shaman of the stone giants that live in Caingorm Caverns near Gracklstugh. The party was brought to him after they helped defeat a two-headed giant in the city’s marketplace. He relayed a vision he had, a warning to the party:
Jimjar is a feckless rogue with a devil-may-care attitude, a fondness for coin, an an obsession with betting on virtually anything and everything. Despite this, he is always true to his word and manages to keep exact track of his debits an credits in his …
Myconid Circle Leaders
Myconid society is extremely regimented with every member belonging to a specific circle, each led by the eldest myconid of that circle.
*Loobamub* is the leader of the Circle of Hunters. By far the biggest myconid in the grove, it is an …
*Sovereign Basidia* is the original leader of the myconids of the Neverlight Grove.
*Phylo* came to the grove along with a group it refers to as the Circle of Masters. Phylo quickly became a popular leader, converting even some of the other circle …
Prince Derendil is a menacing looking quaggoth who mostly only speaks when spoken to but, when he does, he does so in urbane and fluent Elvish. In fact, he claims that he is not a quaggoth at all but is a prince of the elvish kingdom of Nelrindenvane in …
Runt is a member of the Iceshield tribe of orcs that somehow made his way into the Underdark and was captured by the drow. He was a bully towards the other prisoners but quickly backed down when confronted by someone he thinks is threatening.
Runt was …
Shuushar the Awakened
Shuushar is an unusual kuo-toa, a hermit that exudes a calm and peaceful presence. Aware of his people’s reputation for cruelty and madness, Shuushar claims to have spent a lifetime in contemplation and solitary mediation to overcome that legacy. A …
Stool is a young myconid who is a prisoner of the drow because he was previously captured by Sarith Kzekarit. Stool using telepathic spores to communicate with the other prisoners, eagerly acting as a conduit for others to talk if they do not share a …
Topsy and Turvy
Topsy and Turvy are twins from Blingdenstone, the former of the two being the far more social but still slightly withdrawn as is common for his kind. The two look identical except for their hairstyles. They only talk in mumbles in Gnomish. They were last …
There is a particular name that the colony of Pen'Serre loathe to say: Annulus. This Annulus is an ullitharid which had chosen to go down the path of wizardry and then took the forbidden step into undeath becoming an alhoon. While an ullitharid becoming …
Nanny Plunk is a green hag who likes to taunt and lead travelers astray. She instead was bargained with for her knowledge of the Darklake, and took Jimjar as payment. She warned the party of her two sisters Maven Delve and Dame Spiderwort.
_"If you …
This beholder met the adventurers on the Silken Paths, and decided to play a game with them. If they were able to solve a majority of his riddles, he would let them live. If not, he would kill them all.
The adventurers took his challenge, and even …
He is the head of the Keepers of the Flame, and gave the party a quest to undertake in the Whorlstone Tunnels. He is the one Themberchaud suspects is leading the other Keepers against him.
Deepking Horgar Steelshadow V
Horgar Steelshadow V is the duergar king of Gracklstugh. He comes off as stiff and stoic, but not cruel.
The Pudding King
The Pudding King is an insane deep gnome tainted by Juiblex in Blingdenstone. While in the city, the adventurers had a very short discussion with him before he sent his oozes to attack them. They fled the city, and Blingdenstone fell.
King Bruenor Battlehammer
Bruenor contacted the adventurers while they were on their way to his hold, and when they arrived, he treated them to his hospitality. Later, he told them that he had gathered allies to begin enacting a counterattack against the demon lords, offering …
Lord Zelraun Roaringhorn
Lord Roaringhorn attended the feast held by Bruenor, and was spoken to by Sarith to gain the Harper's aid. He decided to play the drow in a game of chess, and when the drow won, he gifted him his shield guardian for aid.
Sir Lanniver Strayl
He attended Bruenor's feast, reluctant to come to any agreement with the Zhentarim also attending. He was convinced by the siren Celeste, and provided troops to the cause after a heated discussion.
Morista lives in the city of Gauntlgrym and attended the feast, where she spoke with Nexus and provided troops and lizard mounts to the cause. She also asked the adventurers to find her scout, Sladis, a wood elf who was supposed to scout the tunnels of …
Lord Eravien Haund
Lord Eravien attended the feast and was later spoken to by Alistair, who partook in various drinks and substances with the elf. The noble gave several guards and spies to the cause.
Knox was at the feast held by Bruenor, and aided the cause by giving five of his own soldiers to the cause after a discussion with Khadijah.
Davra gave eight of her assassins to the cause after attending the feast and speaking with Sabal and Sarith.