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Jarrah Blackeye


D&D: Geas Istador (Home Campaign)



"We're looking for Jarrah Blackeye?" The bar goes quiet and looks to the party with distaste. A woman rests her heels on the table in front of her, eyeing the group from afar. She slowly removes her hat, her leather jacket parting as she slings her arm over the shoulders of her crewmate. "You couldn't have waited until after my date?"

What I love about Jarrah is that she's one of the NPCs that descend from an older generation of player characters. Geas Istador, my homebrew campaign, has had twelve total PCs in it and over 330 years of canon lore, so it makes sense that a PC's grandchild or great grandchild would wind up relevant.

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