Seylebs Biography

Seyleb’s exact date and location of birth are unknown at this time. From what she told others and what can be pieced together about her persona, she was a peasant-born human, who was described as sweet, good natured, quiet, and most of all, a powerful sorceress. She was a member of an elite group of casters that formed during schooling in Academia, and consisted of herself, the necromancer Bel Krieg, psion Dadab Hanae, and cleric Ed Byrne. They protected the newly emerging monarchies from malicicious mortal coalitions during the closing of the Old Kingdom Period.

One thing of great note was Seylebs recognition of the undead threat. The living dead population was growing rapidly due to the resistances that the Old Kingdoms were putting up against the New Monarchies. A necromancer was creating more and more creatures, and then were promptly killed by the newly established Holy Warriors guild. This left a horde of creatures to roam the countryside and spawn more of their ilk. Seyleb proposed that a new city be created to contain the creatures, and a lich king would take control. Intelligent undead would have their residences there, though would be permitted to travel to other cities so long as they followed the laws of the land. Unintelligent undead would be contained and experiments would be performed to see if a cure for undeadness could be found. Bel Krieg struck a deal with Anubis to allow this to happen, and a blue dragon agreed to undergo the ritual to become a dracolich. In return, Anubis would get exlusive rights to the dracoliches soul should his phylactory break.

Soon after the ritual, Seyleb was reported to have gone into a deep depression. This is odd, considering she was found to have been pregnant at around the same time. A few months after the ritual, she and Bel Krieg disappeared from the populace. Neither Hanae nor Byrne knew where they went, though they both assumed the child was Bel’s and they wanted to live away from normal society to raise their children.

Seylebs Biography

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