DOROX RANN, L7 Dragonborn (L6 Battlemaster/L1 Barbarian)
STR 18 (+4)
DEX 12 (+1)
CON 14 (+2)
INT 12 (+1)
WIS 12 (+1)
CHA 12 (+1)
AC 16 (Half-Plate)/13 (Unarmored Defense)
Draconic Ancestry: Red
Draconic Resistance: Fire
Breath Weapon: Fire
Languages: Common, Draconic
Armor: All armor, Shields
Weapons: Simple, Martial
Tools: Dice, Veh: Land, Smith’s tools
Saves: Strength +7, Constitution +5
Skills: Athletics +7, Intimidation +4, Perception +4, Survival +4
Martial Archetype: Battle Master
- Combat Superiority
-- Manuevers: Commander’s strike, Manuevering atk, Menacing atk, Precision atk, Rally
-- Superiority Dice (5d8)
-- Manuever Save DC: 15
- Student of War
- Know Your Enemy
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Darts(4). Ranged, 20/60 ft. +6 to hit; deals 1d4 +1 piercing.
Shortswords(2). Melee. +7 to hit; deals 1d6 +4 piercing; Finesse, light
Longbow. Ranged, 150/600 ft. +6 to hit; deals 1d8 +1 piercing; Heavy, 2-handed.
Half-Plate. Defense. AC 15 + Dex Mod (Max 2); Disadvantage on Stealth
Dorox Rann is from a minor clan within the Draconic Empire. Destined for military service, Dorox was a competant, if unspectacular, soldier. He rose through the ranks of the legions, and surprised his peers and superiors when he applied for officer school. Dorox did reasonably well and became a commissioned officer in the Draconic Legions. Again, as an officer, he proved competant, if not particularly gifted. When the Empire began its invasion of the west, Dorox was part of the vanguard. He helped secure Dryspire and moved west and south, to conquer the small city of Calhorne. As per established protocol, Dorox ordered his soldiers to execute the population, loot the city and set it ablaze. He then moved on to his next target.
Now, with the Draconic invasion collapsing, and the Legions withdrawing from the West, Dorox Rann has learned that an aasimar paladin is hunting for him. She seeks revenge for what happened at Calhorne. She has already slain several soldiers who took part in the city’s destruction, but has her sites set on Dorox.
Dorox suspects that fate has set this aasimar against him. He isn’t sure why, as he doesn’t believe he did anything wrong at Calhorne. Nevertheless, when one of the god-touched comes for you, it is a moment of import and destiny.
When the aasimar paladin reveals herself to him, Dorox will challenge her to honorable combat. If she kills him, then his death was written by the gods. But if Dorox Rann can defeat an agent of destiny, it could open any number of doors for him and his clan.