Wyatt The Wayfarer

Wyatt The Wayfarer

The Wayfarer is known throughout the Megaverseā„¢ as an interdimensional tourist. In reality he was a gifted youth who left his home dimension behind for reasons he can no longer quite remember. All he recalls of his past before he began his travels is that his real name was Wyatt Ferris. He travels from dimension to dimension in search of… something, but he has no idea what. It’s his hope that whatever it is he’s searching for will not only be instantly recognized once he sees it, but it will also explain some of the mysteries of his past. In his travels he always stops to help those in need who he encounters along the way.

There are many adjectives which have been used to describe Wyatt over time. Honest, kind, compassionate, intelligent, athletic, contemplative, hard working, creative, handsome, a big heart, wise beyond his years, a firm believer in the rules, and possessing of a wicked dry sense of humor.

Currently he’s an enigma of a hero in Century Station. He’s remained here for far longer than usual, but the reasons why (if any) are unknown.

Tuesday – February 6th, 2024: Most of ‘our heroes’ meet at Garrick’s Home and after some group working out. A knock on the door everyone meets the Maverick known as the Wayfarer. Whom has warned him a friend of his is in trouble.

O.O.C. Note:

On October 30th 2017, 17 year old Wyatt Ferris took his life after suffering a traumatic brain injury. Wyatt was very active in the gaming community and spent countless hours at the table both as a GM and as a player. Wyatt was a paladin, cavalier, war priest, rogue, swashbuckler, Hellknight bodyguard, and so much more.

To keep his memory alive, his family asked that those in the gaming community include him in their games, and share his adventures on social media so they can follow along.

Please use the following hashtags:
#Play4Wyatt, if you use him as a P.C. or Player Character
#WyattNPC, if you use him as an N.P.C. or Non-Player Character.

If you or someone you know needs help please call: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline @ 1-800-273-8255

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