Birth Name: Enenra Zizor’Grym.
Patron Deity: Osiris.
Supplemental Deities: Thoth, Isis, Nephthys, Mystra, Azuth, Oghma, Jergal.
Current Alignment: True Neutral.
Profession(s): Wizard, Scholar, Battlemage, Diplomat, Mercenary.
Languages: “Arcane”, Common, Undercommon, Dragonic, Dwarven, Netherese, Elven, Sylvan, Celestial, Infernal, Abyssal, Aquan, Auran, Ignan, Terran.
Weight: 230 lbs.
Eyes: Amethyst, With Obsidian Flecks.
Hair: Raven Black.
Skin: Dusky, Tanned.
General Health: Healthy, Well Kept.
Fiendish Deformations: Tail, Fangs, Pointed Ears, Cat-Like Eyes.
Following a few divination rituals from a discreet local mage, Enenra’s father agreed to take the deformed child under his wing. Enenra spent much of his time among the slaves, his education taken care of by a skilled tutor his father hired from Gheldaneth. The servants, priests, even Enenra's own father seemed to have no interest in interacting with the tailed and fanged child.
Enenra was taught history by his tutor, even showing some promise in the field of magic. Enenra seemed to have a natural aptitude for magic, weaving spells of darkness before his tutor gave him any formal training at all. His tutor taught him rigorously and eventually, Enenra mastered his first cantrip, even moving on to practice and master the First Circle of spellcraft.
Once Enenra reached fourteen summers, his tutor announced his intent to go back to Gheldaneth, as he was needed back in the Wizard College there. Enenra beseeched his father to allow him to go as well, and after a few idle blessings given by the disinterested priest, Enenra packed his belongings, said his fair-wells, and traveled with his tutor to Gheldaneth.
Enenra spent many years in the Wizard College, learning all he could. Upon mastering his courses, he went on to study History, Speechcraft, Engineering, Theology, Occult Lore, and many other fields of knowledge at the Great University in Gheldaneth.
Six long years later Enenra had graduated from both the Wizard College and the Great University, having apprenticed under several magi during his time studying. He travelled out into the desert with his last teacher, a secret worshipper of Set. The man taught Enenra several forbidden arts, Blood Magic, and Necromancy. He even taught Enenra several secrets, including a carry-over desire from Enenra’s days in the temple of Osiris – mummification rituals.
Enenra, after learning all he could from the Magus of Set, left one night after killing his former master. Despite his keen interest in all things magical, Enenra was not a monster, and the Magus of Set’s interest in ritualistic torture to gain his dark god’s favor held no interest for Enenra. Enenra killed the Magus of Set as he slept peacefully one night with his dagger, wrapping the man in ritualistic bandages after spending a day preparing his body. He buried the bandaged man in the sands, giving him the proper rites worthy of a Mulan. Despite the Magus of Set’s faults, he has still taught Enenra much.
An old man approached Enenra, who he recognized as his very own father, the man who had spent so little time with him – the man who pawned him off to a tutor with as little care as one might sell a goat to a farmer. Enenra exchanged pleasantries with the Old Priest, who recognized Enenra upon uttering his own name. Enenra re-united with his father, the Old Priest expressing his regret at the way he had brought Enenra up. Enenra offered his father forgiveness, and asked him for one request.
Enenra, having been shown how to properly create the ritualistic bandaged used in a funeral rite to Osiris, as well as the words one should utter in their heart upon burying a body, set out from the temple after a couple tendays. He visualised the port at Gheldaneth, uttering those words again and vanishing in a puff of blue smoke.
He appeared in the port, purchasing voyage upon a merchant ship which was embarking for the port city of Baldur’s Gate. He was keen to see the world which he had studied about so rigorously, and this ship would make many stops on the way. On the ship, was travelling several mercenaries who saw to the ship’s protection from pirates and raiders.
After a few meager attacks upon the ship – which Enenra helped the mercenaries repel – Enenra struck a bargain with the mercenary leader. He realized that without the Great University’s funding he would need his own income for his research. He signed a contract with the mercenary leader. For the six years the ship would be at sea, Enenra would join the mercenaries and help them defend the ship. In return, Enenra received a better cabin, ample pay, and a share of whatever gear the dead pirates had on them.
After those six years, Enenra arrived at Baldur’s Gate. Finally reaching the shore, he said his fair wells to the ship crew, before seeking out the local library. He read all he could on the surrounding land, travelling in-land after staying in the city for some time and getting a lay of the land.
Enenra’s adventures in the Sword Coast had finally begun. . .