Sharn, Ranger Recruit

Priest Of Light

Description:

Rank/XP:
Novice/8
Race:Dregordian

Agility:D4
Smarts:D8
Spirit:D10
Strength:D8
Vigor:D8

Pace:6(Swiming:6)
Parry:6 (1)
Toughness:9 (3)
Charisma:-2

Skills:
Faith:D10
Fighting:D6
Knowledge(Magic):D6
Knowledge(Cosmology):D4
Notice:D8
Persuasion:D6
Swim:D6

Edges:
Aquatic
Priest of Light
Heirloom:Kayakor(White Silver,+5 Essence)
Mighty
Tail and Claws (Str + d4)

Hinderances:
Battle Rage
Code of Honor
Curious
Jungle Dweller
Obligation(Church of Light, Grayson Grey Rangers)
Outsider
Ponderous

Powers:
Healing, Detect Arcana, Boost Trait,Bolt

Languages:
Dregordian,Dwarf,Galean

Gear:
Standard Adventure Gear, Full Chain suit(3, -4) Kayakor(D8+D10, AP1, parry 1,)

Advancements:
5: New Power:Bolt

Bio:
Sharn has always been curious, be it about other races or cultures. Never one to follow any of the status que, where is Father served his people as a warrior and adept. Sharn never felt the call of the Way. He Did feel the call of the light and became a priest of the light. But he never truly happy being in one place, his eyes always on the horizon and what was over the next hill or around the next bend in the road. His curiousity got worse when one day he heard a dwarven merchant nameed Bjorn telling stories about Greyson’s Grey Rangers. This really peaked his interests about the rangers and even the dwarfs. He decided then that it was time to leave his homeland and travel to see the world and maybe become one of the Grey Rangers. So with his Fathers blessing, for his father knew that once the idea had its hold on his son there was no turning him back. So his father gave him the Family Kayakor and some armor and wished him luck. Sharn traveled with the Dwarf Merchant Bjorn Stahlheim learning what he could about the dwarfs along the way their language and culture. It was at Stahleim where Sharn Joined the Rangers, hoping to bring honor to his family and to leave up to the expectations of the Church and the Rangers

Sharn, Ranger Recruit

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