Pomper is a young Dragonborn Cleric who believes it is his godly mission to save the world from a terrible demon, and has set out on a journey to fulfill that destiny.
Pomper is driven by a strong conscience, eager to help people. He also feels the need to prove himself to others. In combat, he wields a one-handed mace and a shield. He loves food, often eating when feeling nervous or sad.
Growing up in a remote cave with his family, Pomper only ever roamed as far as to a nearby abandoned hut, where he would find discarded scraps of food. Ever the black sheep, he lacked the respect of his parents who favored his older brother. Even Pomper's sister, five years his junior, would routinely defeat him in combat.
One night, a dragon which Pomper believed to be Bahamut, the draconic god of Good, visited him in a dream. The dragon told Pomper that it would be his mission to seal a dark portal in order to prevent the powerful demon Nosgoth from escaping through to the mortal world. This dream gave Pomper a newfound sense of purpose, encouraging him to journey away from his isolated cave, out into the unwelcoming land of Eserim.
The Sea of Flames
After leaving his home for the first time, Pomper stowed away on a merchant ship, which led to his fateful crossing of paths with fellow travelers Therese Brightwood, Yogalla Satarius, and Necator, when he was discovered by the vessel's crew and violently driven overboard.
Clinging to the hull of the ship, Pomper became aware of a fight on-deck. He attempted to climb up, but fell back into the water. Seeing no other option, he cast Water Walk, allowing him to stand safely on the surface. He saw several drowning sailors who had seemingly fallen overboard during the fight. Pomper convinced some of them to trust him, enabling him to cast the spell again, saving five of the submerged seamen. By this time, a mysterious thick fog had set in all around them, rendering the rapidly departing ship invisible to Pomper and his rescued crewmen.
See also: Images of Pomper
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Tabletop Escapades Episode #17 @46:49
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Tabletop Escapades Episode #18
- ↑ Michael Huber, Twitter
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Tabletop Escapades Episode #17 @50:50
- ↑ Tabletop Escapades Episode #17 @48:05
- ↑ Tabletop Escapades Episode #17 @54:52
- ↑ Tabletop Escapades Episode #17 @49:18
- ↑ Tabletop Escapades Episode #17 @56:12
- ↑ Tabletop Escapades Episode #17 @45:43