Torros grew up beeing all the time of apprenticeship in Valnastium. In the city around the Villa of Jerbiton, Jorgos had a veritable house.
The noble society with its high ideals fascinated him from the Moment he arrived in age of 6.
All the beautiful statuarys around, the arcitectual beauty, the halls filled with colorful artwork and the music….
His Pater was a born Nobleman and as a Member of the Order he is still wealthy (maybe even more wealthy than the rest of its family). However Torros had to face aristocratic pride and arrogance all the time of his life in Valnastium. Manny people around saw in the low birth of Torros a shame, and they had their ways to let him feel this. Jorogs is a patron of many artists. And some of them are of aristocratic birth. These people sometimes saw Torros as a rival.
It took Torros some time to find the motive behind their disgust. Beside of understanding their behavior he felt hurt and misunderstood many times.
This background resulted in a strong dislike of arrogance and stupid pride in the personality of Torros. By the time Toros became aware of his own strengths and (partly) weaknesses.
To his Pater Jorgos he always had a good relationship. Even today Torros is still looking up to him. Jorgos didn’t care too much about Jorgos. He knows the young men and magus had to go his own way.
His pater wanted to send him on an itinerartium but fortune had other plans with the jung man.
In the late years of his apprenticeship Torros felt in love with another apprentice named Belatice. Belatrice was a beautiful young woman playing a huge harp. She saws Torros as a friend, and Torros was to shy to speak about his real feelings.
Torros pater Jorgus was planning to travel to Constantinople and would take Torros and some other apprentices with him. Torros was very happy to hear that Belatrice was one of the others to join the itinerartium. To Torros misfortune there was also another young magus named Abel who had an eye on Belatrice. Abel enjoyed the art of intrigue and found it necessary to get rid of Torros to have success to seduce Belatice. He managed it to let all people around believe that Torros would have stolen a book from the library. As punishment Torros had to stay in Valnastium and copy the book he borrowed.
Jorgos was convinced Torros was innocent but couldn´t proof it. So he agreed to the punishment but gave Torros an already finished copy of the book, secretly of course.
Torros had to stay in Valnastium but he also won two free seasons. He needed some times to come over the painful feeling of losing his love.
After some time of feeling bad he started to learn/develop his own Spells.
Option 1 : He learned both from a lab text he found in the library
Option 2 : He developed one Spell in the Lab of his Pater and the other Spell will be replaced by a standard spell. This is because he cannot develop a level 20 Spell in one season!