Falchos the Satyr

Lover of Tiressia


Medium Fey, Chaotic Neutral

Armor Class : 14 (Leather Armor)
Hit Points : 36 (7d8)
Speed : 40’

STR 12 (+1), DEX 16 (+3), CON 11 (+0), INT 12 (+2), WIS 10 (+0), CHR 14 (+2).

Skills : Perception +2, Performance +6, Stealth +5.
Senses : PP 12.
Languages : Common, Elvish, Sylvan.
Challenge : 1/2 (100 XP)

Magic Resistance : Falchos has advantage on saving throws against spells and other magical effects.


Ram : Melee Weapon Attack : +3 to hit, reach 5’, one target.
Hit : 6 (2d4+1) bludgeoning damage.

Shortsword : Melee Weapon Attack : +5 to hit, reach 5’, one target.
Hit : 6 (d6+3) piercing damage.

Shortbow : Ranged Weapon Attack : +5 to hit, range 80’/320’, one target.
Hit : 6 (d6+3) piercing damage.

Panpipes : Falchos, as is typical of his folk, is capable of playing the “panpipes”, and using them to magical effect. He may spend an action playing his pipes to gain the following magical effects; a charming melody, a frightening strain, or a gentle lullaby. All creatures within 60’ of this song must make a DC 13 Wisdom saving throw or be affected as described below. Other satyrs or fey creatures that can;t be charmed are unaffected.
Charming Melody : The creature is charmed for one (1) minute. If the satyr or any of his allies harms the creature, the effect ends immediately.
Frightening Strain : Creature is frightened for one (1) minute.
Gentle Lullaby : Creature falls asleep and is unconscious for one (1) minute. The effect ends if the creature takes damage, or if someone spends an action to wake the creature.


The sometime lover of Tiressia, and leader of a band of satyrs who help defend the dryad groves from wood-cutters, charcoalers and huntsmen. They are dedicated to the safety of their fey charges, but tend to become easily enamored of beautiful mortals and always try to seduce them with their music and rare wines in the depths of the forest.

As the primary warriors of the Fey Knights, Falchos is often seen travelling Echo Wood with his fellows and their summoned companions, hunting evil creatures that seek refuge in their chosen home. Their horns are often heard in the middle of the night, as thrumwood picks up their war cries and transmits them far and wide across the valleys.


Little is known of Falchos origins, though his presence as leader of the so-called “Fey Knights” hints at his long association with the region’s Fey Courts. He has been openly declared as one of Tiressia’s chief protectors and her lover.

Falchos the Satyr

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