Ruloc was only 17 when he died, but for what he did during the last month of his life, he will be remembered forever. A scribe in training in the queen's household, Ruloc worked as diligently as his fellow scribes but never set himself apart until one day he suddenly lost his sight. Despite his blindness, Ruloc continued writing, and he did so at a feverish pace, writing page after page, day and night, so long as ink and pen were set before him. When they were not, he pricked his fingers and wrote with his own blood.
Ruloc's writing continued for over a month, until one day he simply stopped, laid down, and did not wake back up. Analysis of the writing showed many strange symbols, pictures showing hand motions, and unusual diagrams. Those of gifted intellect that studied these writings soon found they were capable of forms of magic different than those that had just appeared from the so called divine casters. Even more unusual is that those of the greatest intelligence noticed these writings may have been merely a framework from which much greater magic could be developed.
That Ruloc went blind coupled with his obvious connection to magic are facts not lost on the church of Saerbrethach who have taken to calling Ruloc, The Oracle.