Saturday, February 25, 2017

Lux Tenebris: Nadix

NADIX, L16 Half-Elf Fighter

STR     18 (+4)                       
DEX    11 (+0)                       
CON   20 (+5)
INT     10 (+0)                       
WIS     10 (+0)                       
CHA   12 (+1)
HP       148
AC      17 (Chain Mail + FS: Defense)

Fey Ancestry.
Languages: Common, Elvish

Proficiencies: +5
Armor: All armor, shields
Weapons: Simple, Martial
Tools: Smith’s tools
Saves: Strength +9, Constitution +10
Skills:  Animal handling +5, Athletics +9, Intimidation +6, Persuasion +6, Stealth +5, Survival +5

Rustic Hospitality
Fighting Style: Two-Weapon Fighting
Second Wind
Action Surge
Martial Archetype: Champion
- Improved Critical
- Remarkable Athlete
- Additional Fighting Style: Defense
- Superior Critical
Extra Attack

Hand axes (2). Melee. +9 to hit; deals 1d6 +4 slashing. Ranged. 20/60 ft. +5 to hit; deals 1d6 slashing.
Battleaxes (2). Melee. +9 to hit; deals 1d8 +4 slashing; Versatile (1d10)
Chain mail. Heavy Armor. AC 16. Disadvantage on Stealth.
Dungeoneer’s pack.

Nadix and his twin-sister, Aila, were born of a human mother and an elvish father.  Their mother was a baker, reduced to whoring to support herself. They never knew who their father was. Their mother raised them as best she could, but life was not easy for the small family. When the war began, the family was shattered. Nadix’s mother died during an enemy attack. The youth was pressganged into the army, and served on the frontlines for most of the war. It’s a time that Nadix still doesn’t like to talk about. When the war ended, Nadix returned home to find that his sister had been kidnapped and was being held for ransome by a local warlord. Nadix met the human bard, Lavic, and together they freed Aila and put route to the warlord. Afterwards, the trio relocated to Darkwater where they eventually formed Lux Tenebris with other adventurers.

Nadix is a man struggling against inner darkness. He cannot forget what he did during the war, and refuses to speak of them to anyone, but it is obvious to all that his guilt is overwhelming. He is slow to anger, but utterly ruthless when forced to fight. Nadix is extremely protective of his twin sister, Aila, but somehow does not register the gnome barbarian, Kip Iceheart, as any kind of threat.  He has a combative relationship with the half-elf rogue, Thylik, and considers Lavic a ‘blood brother.’

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