Humanoid ink-like creature


Textual Intercourse: For 1 Fate point Atramentum can enter any surface with text/ink based pictures, or reduce himself to a puddle to travel through small openings. For no cost he can read anything he touches instantly.


Aqueous Disruption Atramentum's humanoid form begins to falter when exposed to water, this has lead to him developing severe hydrophobia.

Ancient Whispers Atramentum has spent millennium listening to and advising creatures, his voice may be a raspy croak but his tongue is as pure as silver. He has developed a sort of addiction to the pursuit of knowledge, and will actively follow it regardless of the cost.

Primeval Construct Atramentum was given form millenniet ago, and his primitive instincts still linger. He has learned how to spot weaknesses in both his allies and his prey. He hasn't been around this long without learning how to defend himself, although his age has a tendency to go to his head in a sense of false superiority.


  • Athletics: 3
  • Persuasion: 3
  • Perception: 2
  • Lore: 3
  • P. def: 2
  • M. Def: 2
  • Mind: 2
  • Body: 2
  • Melee: 2
  • Thrown:3
  • XP Held: 1
  • XP Used: 0


  • Spare journals
  • Spare pencils
  • Various short detective stories

Personal History

6'2, his true form is a featureless male made of a black ink-like substance, but he commonly disguises himself as an unremarkable man made made of an off-white version of the same substance.

Atramentum was given form around approximately 3200 BCE, when the first full written language was developed. He was believed to be the embodiment of human literacy and knowledge. With the belief of knowledge's equating to power, he set out to study the libraries of human civilization. This quest for knowledge ultimately found him entry into the Library.