Kimi Eavewalker

Leader of the Missing Children from Falcon's Hollow

Description:

DURING “CROWN OF THE KOBOLD KING”
Daughter of the famed elven ranger Idris and a beautiful seamstress named Kitani, Kimi has not seen her father in two years. The ranger is constantly away adventuring and tracking down relics for a mysterious patron. Kimi idolizes her dad and has grown into a fearless tomboy chomping at the bit to follow in her father’s adventurous footsteps as soon as she is old enough to wield a sword. Kimi is the protector of this band of friends, often scrapping with boys twice her age who try to bully the others. She usually wins these bouts, and many of the town’s children are afraid of her.

Kimi is a black-haired young half-elf girl with fierce green eyes wearing a leather hunting vest, slacks, and high hard boots, looking like a miniaturized adventurer. Her bravery flows from her need to protect her friends.

As of this writing, Kimi has been found, the first of the five children missing from Falcon’s Hollow.

GOING FORWARD
Seizing her opportunity, Kimi worked for Varro, as she’d demanded she be able to help with the events during the necromancer Drazmorg’s siege upon Falcon’s Hollow. Thus, Varro, in his infinite mercy, brought her along with the party into the forest, showing her how difficult the life of an adventurer could be when he had her carry much of the loot found out there. She was hesitant to complain, and obeyed the halfling quietly.

Upon the siege ending, Varro paid her upon returning to Falcon’s Hollow and attempted to release her from his employment, but she staunchly refused, asking to be allowed to continue to work for him. Against his nature, he agreed, bringing her along on a following trip to Irrisen 3 weeks later.

She survived under his employment (barely, at times) and was given startup money by Varro as the RoundTable Guild boarded their boat back to Andoran, bid to go on with her life in her way. It is assumed she is still well.

Bio:

Kimi Eavewalker

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