Name: Haer'Dalis

Race: Tiefling (M)

Alignment: Chaotic Neutral

Class: Bard (Blade)
  • STR 17
  • DEX 17
  • CON 9
  • INT 15
  • WIS 13
  • CHA 16

When asked about his past, Haer'Dalis states that he is from the city of Sigil, a nexus of the planes and the ever-changing domain of the Lady of Pain. He claims he cannot explain it better than that, as the planars defy description by their very nature. Haer'Dalis traveled with a troupe of players, tieflings of planetouched heritage like he, and they put on masterful productions to amuse both cambion and common berk alike. An indiscretion led to the troupe fleeing to the Prime Material Plane... here... which didn't bother Haer'Dalis much. He says that he is a Doomguard, believing in the inevitable decay of all things to make way for the new. The troupe has divided, but the tiefling bard is confident that new experience can only come of it.

Skills (Level 10):
  • Pick Pockets 37

Special Abilities:
  • Defensive Spin
  • Offensive Spin

Proficiencies (Level 10):
  • Dagger +
  • Dart +
  • Short Sword ++
  • Two-Weapon Style ++

Starting Equipment:
  • Chaos Blade
  • Entropy +2

Starting Location:
Temple District Sewers (Mekrath's Lair)

How to Acquire:
To recruit Haer'Dalis, you'll have to free him from Mekrath's control and then rescue him from the Planar Prison.

Ending Storyline:
Haer'Dalis found traveling with Charname a fine introduction to the realms, and once they parted company, he was eager to see more. He visited such varied locales as Waterdeep, Neverwinter, and Thay, eventually fleeing each one after innocently immersing himself in local troubles. Later, he would befriend a female cambion and return with her to the Abyss, only to unintentionally end up leading a revolt on several layers of the Hells. For a time, Haer'Dalis was the most hunted man among the planes, but the ire of his enemies could not match his wanderlust, and he eventually found his way back to the city of Sigil unharmed in any permanent fashion. There he rejoined Raelis's acting troupe and was pleased to finally settle down—until the next misunderstanding, of course.