• Teacher
  • Scribe
  • Philosopher


A mere mortal was good Alaric Novartin… yet in his blink of an eye… he became a beacon that still shines.

Skjald Kazumix



Brother Alaric, a humble Monk residing in the secluded monastery on Mt. Eldron, was renowned as one of the most erudite scholars of his time. His days were filled with rhythmic quill strokes against parchment, transcribing ancient texts, and creating beautifully illuminated manuscripts.

One fateful day, Alaric stumbled upon a cryptic manuscript hidden within the monastery’s archives. The text spoke of a long-forgotten artefact said to possess the power to reveal hidden truths about The Void. The journey to uncover the secrets within this manuscript became Alaric’s life’s quest.

His pursuit of knowledge led him through treacherous landscapes, ancient ruins, and encounters with mysterious scholars from distant Void Gardens. Along the way, he unravelled forgotten languages, deciphered intricate codes, and delved into the depths of Alchemy and Void Weaving.

As Alaric’s reputation grew, so did the challenges he faced. He became a trusted friend to divine beings and was sought after by those who desired the wisdom he possessed. Yet, his heart remained devoted to the pursuit of knowledge, and he continued his quest for the elusive artefact that could reshape the understanding of the world.

A mere mortal, his life far too short, and one day he sighed for the last time, his wisdom now lost. In the end, Brother Alaric’s story became a legend—a tale of scholars whose insatiable thirst for knowledge took them to the brink of the known world and beyond, leaving an indelible mark on the annals of history.

Skjald Ulrich



A scholar, often known as a scribe, cleric, or learned individual, was a person dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge, particularly in areas such as Philosophy, Theology, and the liberal arts. These individuals played a crucial role in preserving and transmitting knowledge through time.

A scholar is typically associated with the clergy and could be found in monasteries, scriptoria, or academies. They were often monks or priests devoted to scholarly activities. These scholars engaged in the laborious task of copying and illuminating manuscripts, preserving ancient texts, and producing new works. Their knowledge extended to various disciplines, including philosophy, theology, Medicine, and Languages.

Skjald El Mary



One of the broadest of professions, yet also one with the deepest of wisdom.

Skjald Sejrik

Last Updated on 2024-02-13 by IoM-Christian