The facts we get there are:Circle Magic sidebar, page 28 of Ghostwalk wrote:For example, Selorian Firesinger leads a circle in which four participants each cast 2nd level spells. Selorian chooses to use three circle bonus levels to maximise his flame strike spell and five to increase his caster level from 10th to 15th level for all level-based variables in his spells. The maximised spell is used up when he casts his flame strike, and the increased level effect remains in place for the next 24 hours. Many high-level spellcaster of Galaedros in Sura-Khiri lead circles on a daily basis to better defend their lands against the yuan-ti.
- Selorian is a divine servant of Galedros,
- Selorian leads a circle of four other NPCs,
- Selorian is male,
- He can cast the flame strike spell,
- His caster level is 10th.
We also don't know if he lives in Sura-Khiri. That sentence is in the same paragraph, but it's not specifically linked to him.
He might be an elf living in Sura-Khiri, but if he is not based in Sura-Khiri, he might be living somewhere else in the world. And if he is a ranger, druid or cleric of Galaedros living elsewhere, he might not be an elf.
Is it possible to infer anything from the flame strike spell? Here is what the Hypertext d20 SRD says:
That would appear to rule out the idea that Selorian Firesinger is a Ranger and narrow things down to him being a Cleric or a Druid. Clerics gain 5th Level spells at 9th Level and Druids gain 4th Level spells at 7th Level, so that doesn't narrow it down any more (as Selorian is high enough level to be either class).Hypertext d20 SRD wrote:Flame Strike
Level: Clr 5, Drd 4, Sun 5, War 5
Components: V, S, DF
Casting Time: 1 standard action
Range: Medium (100 ft. + 10 ft./level)
Area: Cylinder (10-ft. radius, 40 ft. high)
Saving Throw: Reflex half
Spell Resistance: Yes
A flame strike produces a vertical column of divine fire roaring downward. The spell deals 1d6 points of damage per caster level (maximum 15d6). Half the damage is fire damage, but the other half results directly from divine power and is therefore not subject to being reduced by resistance to fire-based attacks.
Has anyone seen any more details about Selorian Firesinger online? I can't find anything except people quoting the Circle Magic sidebar.