Source Priority Failing checks
Babau
Medium
You would make us out to be victims of circumstance rather than masters of our own destiny.
Medium
I cannot, <CHARNAME>.
Medium
Why don't you go jump on a stake and spare us both the tedium of battle?
Medium
And what of the eternally-playful Imoen? She had long stood in the shadow of <CHARNAME>, and had endured much, but her spirit never broke. Free of her father's legacy, she struck out on her own and briefly returned to Candlekeep. Her formidable knowledge of magic allowed a deeper appreciation of the great library, but it seemed smaller than she remembered, and she did not stay long. Imoen would use different names throughout her life, and was the subject of many a tall tale - perhaps the most memorable claiming that she'd picked the pocket of Khelben "Blackstaff" Arunsun, leading him on a merry magical chase across Faerun that lasted four months. Another rumor claimed she'd founded a thieves' guild that ran the length and breadth of the entire Sword Coast, from Nashkel to Neverwinter. But when asked of such things, she would always answer with a smile of purest innocence: "Heya, it's just me, Imoen."
Medium
For six days after <CHARNAME>'s ascension, Dorn il-Khan raged across southern Tethyr, convinced his lover had betrayed him. But on the seventh dawn, as he awoke surrounded by the carnage of the previous night, the half-orc felt a power burning inside him that he had never known before. The new God of Murder had chosen <PRO_HISHER> first champion. Dorn wasted no time in gathering followers and leading them against the Church of Cyric, relentlessly butchering the Mad God's faithful from Mir to Icewind Dale. With each slaughter, the cult of <CHARNAME> grew in power and infamy. Finally, swollen with pride and divine favor, Dorn was felled by a most unlikely alliance between the desperate Cyricists and the Order of the Radiant Heart. But it is said that since that day, a dark shadow stands vigilant beside the Throne of Blood…
Medium
You're a fool, Sarevok, if you think you'll make any difference.
Medium