Keyleth Galanodel Elenren Surana (Elf Monk)

Keyleth Galanodel

Name: Keyleth Galanodel
Race: High Elf                                      

XP: 50,675 (12/16/18)
Class (Level):
 Monk (9)                  

Alignment: Chaotic Good

Physical Description: 
Age: 129
Gender: Female
Height: 6’1″
Weight: 170lbs
Eyes: Blue
Skin: Pale
Hair: Long, black

Overall Description: Keyleth has a fun loving, mischievous demeanor with a bit of a hard edge that says she is ready to spring into battle at a moments notice. 

She usually wears the loose, easy to move in garments of a monk of the Order of the Band, with additional jewelry. She is bursting with weapons and can use all of them. She has dragon tattoos wrapping her arms, and one peaking out of her shirt over her chest.

Personality Traits: 
Misc Traits: Member of the Order of the Band.

Langues and Other Proficiencies:

Roleplay Notes:


Keyleth is 125 years old and at the urging of her master and her parents has just taken her adult name. She is the only child to her high elf parents. From a young age it was clear that she was going to be more free spirited than the average elf. In an effort to channel all of Keyleth’s extra energy and martial prowess they introduced her to as many different weapons and styles as possible. Nothing really kept her attention for long, although she seemed to be a natural at most of them.

When Keyleth was about 75 one of the elders in their community suggested a remote monastery in the mountains near by.  Keyleth had finally found what she was meant to dedicate her life to. Master Voldreck was a dwarf but he turned out to be her favorite teacher. She thrived at the monastery. It was also Master Voldreck that encouraged her to take some time and become an adventurer. He said that if she was never tested than she would never appreciate the true value of all that she was being taught. So off she went, to test her teachings




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