The Black Vault
Just as race and class create basic definitions regarding your characters place in the world, Character Themes and back story add a third component to help refine your story and identity. The themes and back story’s given each have unique features and powers. More important, however, a theme provides story elements and potential goals for your character. Though some of the character themes are more narrowly focused than others, all provide plenty of room to let you create your own background and personality.
Your character doesn’t need to have a theme, but without one you might miss out on some of the features and benefits that make the start in Neverwinter unique. You can use your own backstory, use only a theme, or anything in combination entering the campaign.
A Character can have one theme chosen when the character is created. Each theme includes one or more features that you gain when you select the theme. Most themes offer additional featuresnyou gain automatically at levels 5 and 10. Most of the themes also include a number of utility powers that you add the ones you choose from at the appropriate level.
All the themes have additional information and if you wish to pick a theme or just read more about it, message me and I will send you full details on any theme
Some themes do have race restriction (marked *)
Neverwinter Noble:* I True heir to Neverwinter
Oghama’s faithful: Gifted with divine visions
Harper agent: A betrayed Harper trying to win the trust of the organization
Dead Rat deserter:* A former theives guild member
Iliyanbruen guardian:* An eladrin returned from Fairie
Uthgardt barbarian:* A savage warrior seeking revenge
Pack outcast:* Cast out of a pack of werewolves
Heir of Delzoun:* Blood relative of ancient dwarf kings
Renegade Red Wizard:A Red Wizard no longer in service to Thay
Scion of Shadow:* A noble of Netheril who has abandoned that land
Devil’s Pawn:Marked by infernal powers
Spellscarred harbinger:Scarred by the Spellplague
Bregan D’aerthe spy:*_A drow mercenary_