Grounds keeper for the crypt in Orc Hall. Once an aspiring beer dispenser for the clerics within the sect of Moradin, he followed teachings of The Creator to a t. To become as Moridin is, he must do as Moridin would. Studying away at every aspect that is personified by the diety. Metalcraft, stone work, smithing, and protecting those who could not fend for themselves. Despite his fast rise from beer dispenser to cleric in training, he was quickly cast down after allegations of his studies in necromancy. In his studies to better understand creation. He was touched by Nerull, the Reaper, in an attempt to understand the method in which life is returned during the process of necromantic resurrection.
Since he has had difficulty channeling Moridin’s strength from time to time. His punishment for his curiosity was to guard the tombs of the of the departed while back home a new beer dispenser without sentience was created to replace him. . Stopping necromancers from acquiring one of the many corpses in Beertank’s graveyard would teach Beertank what his studies would have led to. Hasn’t had a body stolen under his watch.
He’s twiddled his thumbs for 50 years filling out and guarding the graveyard he’s come to know, but now Beertank has has misstepped and in his folly one of the graves has been exhumed with the body nowhere to be found. Some great hero from long ago, one of the first graves to ever be dug before Beertank’s watch. Now, without any leads, he carries on his daily life searching for anything he can use to find and put his charge back to rest.
1. Where were you born?
In a Moradin monestary
2. Where are you staying in Thomag?
Groundskeeper shack in Orc Hall’s cemetery.
3. Where is your family?
The only people Beertank would consider family is the group of dwarf artificers that created him and resided in the monastery he was built in.
4. Who is the most important person in your world?
The Creator, he is the life within all that Beertank sees. He fills up the ponds, as he empties the clouds. Holds without hands, and speaks without sound.
5. What is the most important object in your world?
What used to be one of his creator’s holy relic. It was smelted down and reforged into a shovel to give his creation the proper tools to see his punishment through.
6. Who would you consider your greatest enemy?
Anyone who would waste their lifetime in the pursuit of trivial matters.
7. What emotion best describes you?
8. If you end up fabulously wealthy, how are you going to spend it?
Make more Beertanks, increase research turn around time.
9. What scares you?
Thinking about what he was initially built to do. Despite being more than a portable brewery, he still can’t escape his name or his intended mundane destiny.
10. Why do you care what happens to Thomag?
Beertank has spent as much time in Thomag as he did at the monastery. This is home, now.