BioFather Tomas Moore, an inquisitor of the Roman Catholics, dedicated his life to religious “purity” at a young age. Tomas’ father, Diego, was a one of the pioneers of the grand inquisition and helped the Catholics rid their native cities of Pagans and Jews by converting, banishing, torturing, or killing them. When Tomas was a boy he would attend public torturings and executions of non-believers with his family. Tomas was a strong believer in keeping with tradition which is why he became a father and an inquisitor. Tomas helped found a glorious cathedril in his home town with “donations” from the “newly re-born” Catholics in his city. Tomas was the father in his congrigation in charge of the torture chambers and the execution yard. Tomas had two brothers that would help him setup and use devices such as iron maidens, table strechers, infernos, and crusafixes. The execution yard was also maintaned by the brothers. The execution yard consisted of a hanging post, a disebowling table, more crusafixes, and a large fire pit, all on a large brick platform. All city (inquisition related) executions were performed by Father Tomas. When Tomas was 35, he decided that the convertions were going so well in his hometown that he would venture out into the “unknown world” and convert as many people as he could. He left with a caravan of 30 parish members, including 10 fathers, 15 brothers, 3 sisters, and 7 campions of the faith (elite templars and paladins who would pay there “donation” to the church by being volanary protection for them). Tomas was very successful at first converting 2 villages his first year. In the second year of his travels his convoy stumbled upon a colony of undead and were attacked by a small army of zombies, skeletons, and wraiths. Tomas and his people fought valiantly but were almost all killed in the attack. Father Moore had been slain in the attack and was decapatated by one of the skeleton leaders. The survivers (2 templars, 1 paladin, 2 priest, and 2 sisters) vanquished the last of the army but they decided to give up there pilgramage and go home. All the dead, including Father Moore, were burried and doused with holy water so that they would not rise as undead. The logs, diary and charter of there mission was put in a stone box in the center of there grave site so that whoever would stumble upon the graves would know there brave legend.
A great Eliti wizard named Axious came to the land of the undead to study them and learn of there power and orgin to better understand his own magical exsistance. He stubled upon the grave site of Father Tomas and the memoirs of his party. Axious found Tomas’ actions dispicable and prejudice. Axious then had a brilliant idea. He decided to resurrect Tomas as an Eliti to spite him for what him and his bretheren had done to his undead comrads. When Tomas came too he had no memory of being in a fight and wondered about the mystrious disapearance of his party. He looked and his arms and legs and saw he was all but bone and had a nervious break down. After weeks of sitting in the woods he snapped out of a trance he had been in for days. When he did he looks at his arms and legs and they were back to normal. He had became so delotional that he thought he was human again. He decided to carry on in his mission by himself.He came upon a house in the woods. He listened to a voice that came from the house talk of witch craft and creating a great plague to kill the near by towns folk. He burst in the house and saw a witch. He took his trusty flail and crushed her head for her blasphimous ways. He thought to himself, “I’ll go to the town and once I tell them of my heroic deed they will except my God.” Once he found the town he recognized it as one of the town he had converted. Once he approached the town he was inmediately captured by the towns people. They called him a demon and started beating him. The city officials came and stoped the mob from killing him. The leader was a peaceful man who did not believe in a violent aproach to Christianity. He decided to spare the eliti and send him to the island instead of turning him.