David's Darkmoon Deeds
A chubby halfling and bard extraordinaire
Edgrin is a sweaty, moon-faced little halfling whose heart is as big as his stomach. His once debonair, brocaded, green-velvet doublet and silk leggings are torn and covered in grime, and his lute still hangs on a strap at his side although he splintered it on a kobold’s skull in defense of the kids. Edgrin is all courage and spitfire, willing to die to save any of the children.
He is a member of the Gray Eagles, an adventuring troupe based in Falcon’s Hollow who ventured
into the vale a week ago seeking treasure. The Gray Eagles were swarmed by a large hunting party of kobolds. Most of Edgrin’s companions were killed, but he and a half elf wizard named Tyran Moonsliver were captured alive and dragged back as captives destined either for eating or sacrifice.
Originally dejected by the death of his friends, Edgrin consigned himself to his fate, but when the children were hurled into the holding pen with him Edgrin grew determined to help them escape. The bard and Tyran overwhelmed their guards with more than a little help from the courageous Kimi Eavewalker. As they sprinted for freedom, Tyran and Hollin were felled by paralytic-poison-coated spears, but the other children and Edgrin
made an escape.
They took a wrong turn trying to leave, where Edgrin watched helplessly as the Forge spurned there dragged little Jurin Kreed into the darkness. The escapees reversed direction but the kobolds, fast on their heels, caught up to them here in the Mess Hall. Edgrin and Kimi decided to make a stand and buy Mikra and Savram time to escape. Now the overweight halfling and brave little girl fight for their lives against a band of evil kobolds in a pitched battle.
With Blades of Glory‘s help he has helped keep 4 of the children safe save for Hollin Hebbrandan.
Once the Blades of Glory returned with Hollin he returned with them to the Hollow and has decided to retire from adventuring. For now he can be found singing ballads about his ordeal with the Truescale Tribe at the Jak’a’Napes.