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Elden was, before the Spellplague a War Wizard of Cormyr. However, to augment his psychic powers he entered into a pact with Asmodeus and when his superior discovered this they attacked Elden. In the battle, Karis, the Rashemi witch wife of Elden, lost her mind, so Elden started planning how cure her.
Soon, he became a successful trader on the Sword Coast, but also joined forces with the Ashmadai cult. In 1479 DR, Elden arrived in Neverwinter with Karis but his wife suffered a collapse and, thanks to Mordai Vell, Elden took her to Helm's Hold. However, Mordai used the situation to control the wizard. Elden started having his minions kidnap people in order to conduct experiments on them to one day cure Karis. However, the experiments produced only a number of blabbering idiots. Elden also tried to frame Mordai's Ashmadai for the kidnappings. However the Mordai's Ashmadai identified him and send a kill-team led by a devil to kill him. Elden saved only thank to an adventuring party that was investigating about the kidnappers At last he found a possible cure for Karis and invaded the Helm's Hold with his mind-thrall minions, including Chartilifax, to retook her. At last he performed a ritual in the up of the Helm's Cathedral in order to cure Karis by absorbing in herself the storm. He was defeated by the adventurers however 
Elden had a natural charm and a ruthless business acumen.
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- ↑ 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 Erik Scott de Bie (April 2013). Storm over Neverwinter. (Wizards of the Coast), p. 5.
- ↑ Erik Scott de Bie (April 2013). Storm over Neverwinter. (Wizards of the Coast), pp. 21–22.
- ↑ Erik Scott de Bie (April 2013). Storm over Neverwinter. (Wizards of the Coast), pp. 26–27.
- ↑ Erik Scott de Bie (April 2013). Storm over Neverwinter. (Wizards of the Coast), pp. 32–36.