Lawful neutral male human fighter
Ideals: Responsibility, glory (“I am trusted with
protecting thousands of lives, and I will not betray that
trust no matter what my personal desires.”)
Interaction Traits: Honest
Pledged Resources: Flaming Fist warriors and expert
advisers to train conscript troops
Ulder Ravengard is the leader of the Flaming Fist—the
military might of Baldur’s Gate. He has the greatest
martial acumen of anyone at the council (and probably
in the whole Lords’ Alliance). He can also muster more
soldiers than any other delegate, and he is not bashful
about saying so.
ouncil and the front of the battle—but he will take that
place only if the party proves worthy of his trust.
Ravengard is a stern warrior dedicated to discipline
and results. Having risen through the ranks of
the Flaming Fist by the might of his blade and the
sharpness of his wits, he sometimes lacks sophistication
and tact, but he possesses an unwavering commitment
to the law. More comfortable working with soldiers than
adventurers, Ravengard is used to giving orders and
having them obeyed without question.
Though Baldur’s Gate is still recovering from the
havoc caused by the resurrection within the city of
Bhaal, god of murder, the metropolis remains one of
Faerun’s most populous, wealthy, and powerful cities.
Ravengard recognizes his duty to protect the city above
all else, and the Flaming Fist’s tired reserves are
desperately needed for reconstruction and policing.
However, he would love to see the Flaming Fist take a
leading role in the fight against the Cult of the Dragon,
if only to give the defenders of Baldur’s Gate a stature
befitting the greatest city in Faerun. This opportunity
for glory makes Ravengard receptive to the adventurers’
overtures, as long as their plans and decisions promise
stability and discipline.
Ulder was a warrior at heart, with a great martial acume; he sometimes lacks the sophistication and tact but possesses an unwavering commitment to the law. Ulder is More comfortable with soilders, thinking in the terms of giving and obeying orders. More comfortable with soldiers, Ulder thinks in term of giving and obeying orders. He also has a great sense duty to his city and wants to regain the lost Baldur's Gate's pride; he thinks the glory in defeating Tiamat will be a good opportunity. If only to ensure that others think Baldur's Gate is the strongest city in Faerûn.