Imanitos is tall and quite lean; his medium-length hair is thick and black, his eyes are blue, and he is classically handsome, sometimes sporting a neat beard as the fancy takes him. He usually dresses in immaculate clothing of the latest fashion, in blue …
Pantos is the young and newly gauntleted (1220 AD) filius of [[:ambrosius-1 | Ambrosius ex Jerbiton]].
He is friendly and handsome and has agreed to sponsor the new covenant. He has recently finished working on a ritual spell to turn mud into food. The …
Remi of Museau
Ambrosius is an elderly amicable fellow. He is som 70 years out of his gauntlet and gained status as archmage less than a decade ago. He has yet to be challenged in an archmage contest.
Ambrosius has many friends among the clergy of the Rhine and has …
Theoderich of Augsburg
Formerly a member of Oculus Septentrionalis, Theoderich is a necromancer and a historian, who raises the ghosts of dead men to interrogate them about the past. Much to his chagrin, he has not found the remains of either King Hrothgar or Beowulf.
Henri de Tours
Henri de Tours is a corpulent and sociable man, dressed splendidly as befits his status as probably the wealthiest merchant in Lübeck (which makes him one of the wealthiest men — at least among commoners — in the whole of Germany). He is well regarded …
Valdorius Lucius Prominentus
Known to be one of the richest magi alive, Valdorius has connections all over the known world. He deals through a myriad of agents, merchants and bankers. He has been known to employ [[:istvan | Istvan]] from Roznov as a go between in the Rhine Tribunal.
Giovanni Ladardo Amalfi
Giovanni was apprenticed in Milano but has since moved to Florence to practice his arts.
In 1226 he was commisioned by Treverorum to restore [[The Murial of Conciatta | The Murial of Conciatta]]. The work took the summerseason of 1226 to complete.