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Aballister Bonaduce was the nemesis of his son Cadderly Bonaduce. Calculating, cold, and merciless, Aballister did everthing to see his quest of the Chaos Curse completed. Guided by the goddess Talona, Mistress of Poison, Aballister created the Chaos Curse and unleashed it upon the Edificant Library, home of Cadderly and his friends.
Not much is known of Aballister's previous life before he created the Chaos Curse. He spent some time at the Edificant Library after he left Carradoon, though he was asked to leave due to his desires and choices in the use of his magical arts. When he was expelled, he left his son at the library under the care of Headmaster Avery Schell, who became a father figure to young Cadderly.
Aballister's familiar was the imp Druzil, who himself held the wizard in distaste. Aballister was also the leader of the wizards of Castle Trinity, located north of the Edificant Library in the Snowflake Mountains and later the head of the sect itself.
He was killed by Cadderly in a spell duel on another plane of existence.
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