Aasimar(looks human) Druid
Geir was born the son of a simple woodsman. He lived most of his early years far from any sort of real towns, except for the few times a year his father would take him to town to trade pelts for whatever was needed at home. It was several years before he discovered that he wasn’t like everybody else, that he was different from other humans, and more than just his silver eyes. Namely that he never felt the bite of winter or that he never knew true darkness, at least not the way everyone else seemed to. By the time he came to the age of a man he could also call light to himself, and discovered that he seemed to possess a greater and more intuitive understanding the world around him. This seemed to help him in what little dealing he had with other people. Geir always wondered at the world around him, he having been brought up under the worship of Gozrah. After some thought he decided that it was time to strike out on his own, to discover the secrets of the place he had called home for so long. Geir took what little his parents could spare him, purchased supplies, and set out to find a man of the forest to teach him. Having lived out of civilization he heard more of them than most, so finding one took only the better portion of three months. Convincing the man to teach him was another matter. Though he looked all of twenty years he was much older, and was reluctant to teach. Four months had passed since their first meeting before he agreed to take Geir under his wing. Seven long years of living in complete seclusion had past when finally Geir was ready to enter the Druidic circle. Those years have taught him much, how to be strong, how to be at one with the world around him and tap its power, it has even shown him how to call an animal as a companion. What he has gained in wisdom and understanding of nature however, he had lost in the same of people. Nowadays Geir calls the forest across the river from Eldenvet home as he watches over a section of it as its guardian, venturing into the city to trade but a few times a year.