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Taros Zaveon is the older brother of Dariax Zaveon. Taros has not yet appeared in either Exandria Unlimited or Critical Role.

Description[]

Appearance[]

Taros is described as being "about two inches taller" than Dariax.[1] According to Deni$e, when Taros grows his hair long he looks a lot like his brother.[3]

Personality[]

Dariax describes his older brother as "kind of a dick" but overall "kind of a good guy" and "the workhorse in the farm". While Dariax went out into the world, Taros was "the one stepping in the same family path".[1]

Biography[]

Background[]

If he was the tree that stayed there, I'm the rock that people keep throwing.
– 
Dariax on his relationship with Taros[4]
[!h]

Taros grew up in Turst Fields, alongside his younger brother Dariax. The brothers got in scuffles here and there. Dariax was a troublemaker growing up, and Taros had to frequently put out fires Dariax set both figuratively and literally.[1]

At some point around 842 PD his brother's scorned girlfriend, Deni$e Bembachula, visited the Turst Fields, where Taros informed her that Dariax haven't visited in months. He asked her for a haircut, and she accepted, despite the obvious tension.[5]

Character Infomation[]

Abilities[]

Unless otherwise noted, the following abilities are assumed from the standard Dungeons & Dragons materials:

Dwarf Abilities[]

  • Darkvision
  • Dwarven Resilience
  • Dwarven Combat Training
  • Tool Proficiency
  • Stonecunning
  • Subrace: Mountain Dwarf
    • Dwarven Armor Training.

Appearances and mentions[]

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 See "A Test of Worth" (E1x05) at 25:41.
  2. Taros' brother, Dariax, is wearing "chain mail" (actually a chain shirt, given his AC of 15 rather than 16) despite being a sorcerer, indicating he has the trait "Dwarven Armor Training" only available to mountain dwarves.  See "The Nameless Ones" (E1x01) at 20:00.
  3. See Narrative Telephone episode 18 "The Breakup Lettah" at 23:33. Deni$e is characterized in Aimee's original story, transcribed at its section on the Narrative Telephone transcripts article.
  4. See "A Test of Worth" (E1x05) at 26:45.
  5. See Narrative Telephone episode 18 "The Breakup Lettah" at 23:33. Deni$e is characterized in Aimee's original story, transcribed at its section on the Narrative Telephone transcripts article.
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