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Sturm Arlis Elrohan Majere

Article written by Kranar Drogin


Sturm Majere (Hiddumont 15, 359 AC – Summer, 383 AC) was the son of Caramon Majere and Tika Majere. His siblings included brothers Tanin Majere and Palin Majere, and sisters Laura Majere and Dezra Majere, and he was a nephew of the great Raistlin Majere.

Sturm was known to have had red curly hair, green eyes, a mischievous smile, a robust and sturdy body, and a brawny chest. He was named after Sturm Brightblade. He lacked Tika's temper, but was known to be jovial and fun loving like his father.

Early Life

At the age of fifteen, Sturm went on an adventure with his Uncle Tasslehoff to the New Sea, to explore the lost realms there. This was his first adventure, but certainly not his last.

Sturm grew up always wanting to be a Knight of Solamnia. He finally got his chance in 382 AC, when he and Tanin Majere were invited to join the knighthood. Sturm and his brother Tanin became the first non-Solamnics to join the Knights of Solamnia as a Knight of the Crown.

Chaos War

He died in the Battle of Thoradin Bay fighting against Knights of Takhisis and Tarmak, as did his brother Tanin. His other brother Palin was captured, and took his brothers' bodies back to Solace with Steel Brightblade for a proper burial. He was buried in a linen shroud while Steel Brightblade, as a tribute, put Sturm's broken spear upon his grave. A Vallenwood Tree was planted over his grave in the tradition of the people of Solace.

Inconsistencies

Some said he had other brothers and sisters, including Leaf Majere, Kalin Majere, Dezerell Majere, Melody Majere, and Kaitlin Majere, but this was not true.

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