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Demons & Dungeoneers! Character Sheet (Eviste Seosota)


Countess Seosota has a bloodline of her ancestry that goes way beyond the establishment of the Bavidirian Empire, which is almost a millennium old. Before the empire, there were many wars in the lands. Clans and tribes fought for superiority and power. One, in particular, forged alliances with their kind to claim the southern part of what now is the wastelands destroyed by a death dragon. Before that dragon appeared it was a forest inhabited by wood elves that had lived peacefully. And there was the clan Seosota, the daughter of Count Alucard, the ancient vampire that ruled these lands way before wood elves entered them.

Vampires are never welcomed regardless of what race lives in the lands, yet Count Aculcard was feared and left alone. His lands were never trotted on because of the power he had. The grounds have been destroyed today, and the powerful vampire clan that once existed is no more. Only fragments of small families or some that travel solo roam the lands disguised to be left alone. Countess Seosota ironically works as a priestess for the Temple of Winsork in the city of Sinatorium. There, she performs rituals for the elemental god of light and air during the night ceremonies. Although vampires are the antithesis of such a belief system, she cleverly blended in well with the inhabitants, disguising herself as a human. If anything, she is accepted enough to be left alone without suspicions.   

In reality, she plans to gather the clan of vampires and reclaim the lands taken from her father by the undead dragon Galbatrax, but it will take time to find all of her kind before doing so. In her free time, she joins the dungeoneer’s guild and adventures to explore the lands and beyond to find knowledge to gain power, hoping to see more of her kind hidden in caves or dungeons.

Countess Seosota, also known as Eviste Seosota among the inhabitants, is a worthy magic user ready to defeat anything that will help her desire to reclaim her father's throne.

The character sheet is completed and (fillable), allowing you to throw away your pencil and eraser to enjoy a Demons & Dungeoneers gamebook.

The following gamebooks allow the Countess class to be used –

Demons & Dungeoneers! The Dragonslayer

Demons & Dungeoneers! Orcish Ambush

Demons & Dungeoneers! Arena of Doom

Demons & Dungeoneers! The Dungeoneer

Demons & Dungeoneers! Orc Invasion

Demons & Dungeoneers! Tomb of Bel'Dor

Demons & Dungeoneers! Silvernarion

Demons & Dungeoneers! Shagrock Tunnels

Demons & Dungeoneers! Tomb of Peldarn

Demons & Dungeoneers! The Undead Curse

Demons & Dungeoneers! Org’tas Caverns

Demons & Dungeoneers! The Shadow Master 


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