Belrain the Sword-Singer is the son of Witch-Queen Ninde Nemacil, but has pledged fealty to Lord Stefan, and leads a contingent of the “Elven Guard”. He initially pledged his service to Lord Stefan in the hopes of doing great good in the world: for a dude who's three hundred years old, he's pretty idealistic. But his exposure to Lord Stefan's court, and the politics of humans, has left him bitter and disillusioned, though still bound by an oath of friendship. He is gloomy, pessimistic, and sullen around humans, but perks up noticeably around demi-humans, even grumpy dwarves or snotty little goblins. He's lonely.
Belrain the Sword-Singer is pretty much Lord Stefan's right hand, which, considering Stefan's political predicament, is a pretty lousy deal. Belrain has to keep an eye on the remnants of the Dragon Army, watch out for Cardinal Ludwig's schemes, track down the Chaos Cult, subdue Renata's bandits, and keep an eye on the Thieves Guild. It's a good thing Elves are immortal, because executing on that will take a long time.
|Attacks||Bow (+3 to hit, 1d6 damage); Flame Tongue (usually: +4 hit, 1d8+1 damage)|
|Special||Elf Spells, Elf Hearing, Elf Vision, Ghoul Immunity|
|Gear||Flame Tongue, Elven Boots, Elven Cloak|
Art by Erol Otus, copyright 1980(?). Used without permission on a fair-use basis (non-commercial, non-harmful).