Midos had shown an affinity for magic at a young age. He had been sent off to the magocracy to be trained as a mage as soon as he was old enough. He had excelled in the arcane arts, being especially good at warping minds and forces to his will. The day that the magocracy had demanded that he would hunt down a girl suspected for necromancy was the day Midos started doubting his superiors. He had known that necromancy was a terrible thing and that the dark arts were forbidden, but bringing in a young child seemed too harsh. She had been sentenced to death for her crimes – which were never truly proven. Midos had felt such guilt for his involvement that he had resigned from his duty and had returned to Riverstead in shame. It did not take long for him to start adventuring – he hoped that he could redeem himself by helping other people. He had died from the manaplague, which had been especially quick for him. The day he was resurrected was the day he swore to do something about the tyranny of the magocracy.