You see Blade Aurach the Night Druid of Isil Dae'gonn.
He appears to be a Faendryl Dark Elf.
He is average height. He appears to be ancient. He has thick-lashed stormy grey eyes and black skin. He has shoulder length, flowing mithril-hued hair finger-combed into a naturally tousled style. He has a small deep green spider on his neck.
He has a crescent moon tattoo on his neck.
You are wearing an an elven-wrought eonake circlet skeletally caged with illthorn branches, a brushed obsidian wool cloak caught at the shoulder with a triskele of scarlet despanal, a storm grey Faendryl-style tabard over some Ithziri eahnor chain armor with a black leather arming doublet underneath, a bone and illthorn phylactery, a small eonake star, a miniature crossed silver swords pin, a weathered leather herb sack with a thick shoulder strap slung over your shoulder, an embroidered grey spidersilk satchel slung over your other shoulder, a seasoned dusky leather pack, a veil iron mesh surcoat, a lor triskele inset with three ebon-veined scarlet despanals, some archaic elven-crafted vambraces forged in a faenor-gilt lor leaf pattern, some dusky leather gloves knuckled in wrought iron leaves, an ancient Faendryl band, a bronze Faendryl signet ring, a thick leather sword belt with overlapping dull iron leaves, a vine-engraved verdant faenor scabbard, a veniom-worked black silk gem pouch, an ancient faenor key hung from a silver chain, some pleated black linen trousers with green and grey striations, some archaic elven-crafted greaves forged in a faenor-gilt lor bark pattern, and some scuffed hunter green knee-high boots.
A few items that display our GM's efforts.
The timeworn suit of armor is comprised of a multitude of delicate six in one interwoven links, subtly tinted in autumnal hues ranging from faded eahnor red, through burnt umber and traced with limned moss green. The impossibly intricate woven assemblage creates a lor leaf patterned shifting mosaic that wisp's silver vapor with each movement and the entire suit is layered over faded green leather. You see nothing unusual, except for a small enchanter's glyph. A strange necrotic haze radiates from the armor.
The faendryl-style scout's tabard has a stiff, short collar designed to curve comfortably around the wearer's neck. Veniom thread, embroidered on the back panels, depicts the crest of House Moonshadew. Embroidered on a front panel is a small gold and crimson phoenix.
The band's engraving indicates it was cast for veterans of the Third Elven War. Running along the inside of the band, a name is engraved in precise, angular script. There appears to be something written on it.
Engraved on the star are the words "To Honor and to Serve"
Rare veil iron has been painstakingly crafted into an intricate mesh, retaining the strength of the metal while allowing for a flexible garment. Despite the metal, the surcoat retains the appearance of elegant outerwear, boasting intricately crafted folds designed to cover any armor. A sleek cowl completes the garment, with subtle color variations linked into the mesh to give a hint of flair to the piece.
This pack is made of sturdy leather but has seen much use. Several claw marks can be seen on the back of the pack, but have been roughly repaired with various pieces of thin twine. A single clasp, made from a small rolaren leaf secures this sturdy pack shut. Along the side of the dusky leather pack are a series of narrow scabbards, several which are rhimar-throated, as well as a small number of loops.
Etched on the wide bronze band, within the oval face of the signet, is an ancient fallen grey tower, some of the structure crumbled beyond repair. Twin budding lor trees flank the rubble, the limbs sprayed outward through the ruins, the appendages etched with the words, "Moon Whisper" as they arc upwards towards the top most edges of the ring face. The silver-toned tree limbs flank the remaining structure of the tower, reinforcing the sides and doorway with thickly braided designs.
There appears to be something written on it.