Descent: Tales of Good and Evil
High Mage Quellen
"I feed off the wisdom of others, even when it’s less filling than my own."
Defense 1 Gray
At the start of your turn, you may choose another hero within 3 spaces of you. If the chosen hero has at least 1 fatigue token on his Hero sheet, you recover 1 Fatigue. If he has fatigue tokens equal to his Stamina, you recover 2 Fatigue.
Use at the start of your turn to increase your Stamina by 4 for the remainder of this turn. At the end of your turn, recover all of your Fatigue.
Experience Spent 5 Experience Earned 5
Terracall (0): Action: Exhaust this card to place a Summoned Stone in an empty space within 3 spaces of you. While this card is exhausted, 1 of your Summoned Stones may perform an attack during its activation (using 1 of your equipped Magic weapons). Cost 1 Fatigue.
Speed: 2 Health: 2 Defense: 1 Brown
This familiar is treated as an obstacle, but may be targeted and affected by any attacks (even from heroes). You cannot have more than 1 Summoned Stone on the map at a time, unless an ability allows it. Each of your attacks targeting a monster adjacent to a Summoned Stone gains 1 Surge.
Stone Tongue (1): You may have 1 additional Summoned Stone on the map at a time. Your Summoned Stones now have a speed of 3. In addition, each of your Summoned Stones adds 1 additional gray die to its defense pool.
Ley Line (2): You may have 1 additional Summoned Stone on the map at a time. While you are within 3 spaces of any 2 Summoned Stones on the map, you may exhaust this card before any dice are rolled to either add 1 shield to your defense results or 1 surge to your attack results.
Molten Fury (2): Action: Perform an attack with a magic weapon, measuring range and line of sight from a space containing a Summoned Stone. This attack gains: Brun and Surge: Blast. Costs 2 Fatigue.
As Quellen’s dubious title implies, he is an elf that no longer resides within the Aymhelin. The Latari don’t have such ranks within their own arcane institutions, and certainly an elf as young as Quellen would not have risen so high before even reaching his one hundredth year of service to Lord Aenoeth. Quellen’s mysterious link to the natural world drove him to explore the outside world, far away from what he would soon learn is referred to as the “Green Gate.”
Unlike many Latari, Quellen got on well with the other races inhabiting Terrinoth. He enjoyed the naïvety of humans, the craftsmanship of dwarves, the traditions of the orcs, and even the eccentricities of the gnomes. For that reason, Quellen devotes his unique powers to protecting those that gave him his title.