Gnome Wizard, Self-proclaimed Mystic of Rivershire
Appearance: Hanos dresses his part in the leather clothes and dark oversized hat that he found that inspired his transformation into a Mystic of Rivershire. A falcon symbol appears on his staff (actually a rod of security), his signet ring, and on the back of his coat.

Personality: Hanos is usually smiling and fully overconfident in his ability. If he didn’t do something, he most certainly helped what ever it was along or come into being. He tells stories of Rivershire, describing the images and text in is books as if he were born there (and he’ll assure you that he was.) It’s difficult to accuse Hanos of overconfidence or self-delusion being as smart and creative as he actually is.

Traits: Hanos is as inventive as he is fearless. He takes the initiative to not only create spells he doesn’t have but further to create enchanted items for others to use. He’s proud of his work and never questions if what he’s creating will actually work as designed; after all, he is Hanos!

Backstory: After his parents strongly discourage him from following where the found clothes, items, and books were leading, Hanos deceived his family by pretending to burn the items before secretly training himself up. On his travels with the Last Born, the Birthstone Quest has put him into contact with others who knew of the real Rivershire, including revelations that have shaken his blind faith in a society of mystics.

About Kevin A. Ranson

Content Creator, Horror Writer, Film Critic. Heeding a macabre calling listening to "Mother Ghost Nursery Rhymes" in kindergarten, Kevin started writing in grade school and filled countless notebooks with story ideas while touring the Mediterranean in the US Navy. He is the author of The Spooky Chronicles and the vampire thriller series The Matriarch, creator/critic for MovieCrypt.com and "ghost writer" for horror host Grim D. Reaper. WEB • FACEBOOK • TWITTER
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