Glaive Rex (Matt)
Half-Elf Bard of Valor
- Persuasion (Expert)
- Stealth (Expert)
- Age: 40
- Height: 5’11
- Weight: 160lbs
- Eyes: Lilac
- Hair: Blonde
- Skin: Tan
Trait: I’m persistently optimistic on life.
Trait: When I’m put in charge I can be a bit bossy at times.
Ideals: I’ll try anything once… or twice.
I adapt easy to my situation.
I like people for who they are not what they give me.
Bonds: I want to forge a sword of Glory!
I got a Fever for Adventure, and I’m all out of Cowbell.
Flaws: I have slept with several slave masters’ wives. I like to sleep around.
Glaive began life as a slave. Born to it, he thought nothing of life being any different otherwise. Sure, he was restricted in some things but once his work was done, had plenty of “freedom” for adventuring otherwise.
He was born in the city of Memphis. His father an Elven Chamberlain of a minor noble House. His mother a human midwife in the same House. From a young age, he was charismatic and smart and took readily to his mother’s profession. As he grew older and into manhood, he found his way into the hearts of many women, some of them noble. As an assistant midwife, he often was alone with many owner’s newly pregnant wives and into their beds.
As he aged up he was sold into a different house from his parents’. This House in turn traveled to the city of Ket. Glaive was recognized that he had a knack for crafting in metal despite his mediocre strength. He was then apprenticed to train with the House Smith. In the following years, he would make a name for himself under this Smith as a fine craftsman of exceptional quality. He would also become more infamous as a secret lover of the noble elite who he would sneak in and woo with his nightly charms.
After a time, his quality craftsmanship got him sold into the House of Master Sahu. He was instrumental in helping Master Sahu build many city projects including the tomb of Pharaoh’s brother. He has come to care for Master Sahu often helping him apply his vanity paint to maintain his social appearances.
Master Sahu is one of the architects of Pharoah. He is a brilliant mathematician and a learned scholar. In fact, he was one of the architects who planned and help build the tomb to Pharoah’s poor, dead elder brother who passed in a hunting “accident”. A portly man of about fifty, he keeps his pate shaved bald and oiled. He is a bit vain and is rarely seen without his Kohl eye paints and various musky perfumed oils applied.
Master Sahu is a fair person, honest and compassionate. He is a very social person, seeking discourse and interaction with others. He is and is often seen giving alms to the various gods and goddesses, and is well known amongst the lowly beggars on the street for his generosity with food and coin.