Sunday, February 26, 2017

Lux Tenebris: Hazard

HAZARD, L13 Tiefling Fighter

STR     20 (+5)
DEX    12 (+1)
CON   14 (+2)
INT     10 (+0)
WIS     10 (+0)
CHA   11 (+0)
HP       119
AC      17 (Chain Mail + FS: Defense)

Hellish Resistance
Infernal Legacy
Languages: Common, Infernal

Proficiencies: +5
Armor: Light, Medium, Heavy, Shields
Weapons: Simple, Martial
Tools: dice set, land vehicles
Saves: Strength, Constitution
Skills: Acrobatics, Athletics, Intimidation, Perception

Military Rank
Fighting Style: Great Weapon Fighting
Second Wind
Action Surge
Martial Archetype: Champion
- Improved Critical
- Remarkable Athlete
- Additional Fighting Style: Defense
Extra Attack

Greatsword. Melee. +10 to hit; deals 2d6 +5 slashing; Heavy, 2-handed.
Handaxes (2). Melee. +10 to hit; deals 1d6 +5 slashing. Ranged, 20/60 ft. +6 to hit; does 1d6 + 1 slashing.
Chain Mail. Heavy Armor. AC 16. Disadvantage on Stealth.
Dungeoneer’s Pack

The early life of the tiefling who calls himself Hazard is unknown. At some point, he joined a mercenary company serving the Draconic Empire. Eventually, he found himself assigned as bodyguard and dogsbody to the dragonborn warlock, Ibrius Winterdoom. Hazard found working for Winterdoom a pleasant change of pace, mainly because Winterdoom found him amusing. When Winterdoom elected to remain in Darkwater, after the failed siege, Hazard remained with him, acting as aide and confidant to the charismatic dragonborn.
Hazard has a dry, wicked sense of humor that often gets him into trouble. Thankfully, his skills as a fighter usually get him out of those same situations. He genuinely likes Ibrius and is deeply amused by his comrade, Shiv’s, unrequited love for the dragonborn.
Hazard suspects that, one day soon, he and Shiv will cross swords. It’s an encounter he’s looking forward to, almost as much as he’s looking forward to his rematch with Lux Tenebris’s Nadix. The half-elf fighter is one of the few opponents Hazard has met who bested him in a straight up fight; the tiefling is itching for a rematch.

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