Jinn "Djinn" Darrow
"But I'm a *literal* criminal."
- Jinn is the last priest of a dead religion. The God, Ulyaoth, is an uncaring and distant entity.
- Jinn was cursed to remember each of his past lives, and can remember each of their grisly deaths. One of these was when he—a beautiful lady dwarf—was ripped to pieces.
- Jinn was, at one time, one of the most powerful mages to walk the earth. Unfortunately, Jinn ran afoul of an immortal goddess, and she cursed him to never channel magic again.
- Jinn lost his family at a young age and was subsequently raised by rats. He occasionally calls people “two legs” (or variations there of).
- Jinn was kept as a concubine by the King of the Sea and lived in His underwater palace for several hundred years until he escaped to the surface—longing for the sun.
- Jinn spent a century in the court of the Fairie Queen as a storyteller and a poet.
- Jinn spent a decade apprenticed to one of the great fire giants in a forge under a tall mountain. He didn’t learn much, but he acquired a taste for the heat.
- Jinn, many years ago, lived as a hermit on a lone mountain. On a blustery fall day, a young child with snow-white, feathered, wings wandered to his cabin. He watched after the child for a year and a day and then the child disappeared as suddenly as they had appeared.
- Jinn worked under a wealthy merchant in Corbeth as a jewel appraiser.
- Jinn worked in a circus as the knife thrower. He was good friends with the freaks and helped a young scaled boy escape, because of his generosity one of the twelve princes of hell is in his debt.
- When Jinn was but a lad, he acted as the test subject for a warlock who specialized in alchemical droughts.
- Found drifting on diamond lake, wrapped in skins on a reed boat, Jinn was discovered as a baby by a halfling shaman who told Jinn that he would one day see Great Things. t was an ideallic childhood in the frozen countryside.
- Jinn had an exciting affair with a master thief in the city of Mas’Uld. She was an exotic dancer who wielded twin scimitars and could breathe fire.
- Jinn is the lost prince of the Raventhistle Moores (the nearby lake is named after his disappearance).
- Jinn was created by a master craftsman several hundred years ago—a beautiful (his words) statue created for a king. Animated, but living-challenged, he was “granted” life after he stole the spark of life from the God Chauntea.
- Years ago, Jinn lost one of his legs in the streets of Elyelserin. He was a beggar until he shared a loaf of partially-rotten bread with an old beggar woman: she was a goddess in disguise, and seeing his pure heart, she made him fully-limbed again.
- Jinn was a privateer under the Llyn Rhyl governor. He briefly sailed with a crazy pirate known as the “Queen of the Wave Riders,” who sailed the oceans with an armada of deadly ships.
- Jinn was a mercenary Inquisitor for the Council of Voices; hired for his unique and effective talents.
- Jinn worked in a brothel in Rialdon, off the Runeheart Bay, he maintains that this is where he learned his makeup skills.
- Jinn was a spy for the Rialdon Elite Gaurd, answering directly to General Irador after his time in Llyn Rhyl.