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''The pack listens when I speak. I raise my shield and the warband follows.'' <br>
 
''The pack listens when I speak. I raise my shield and the warband follows.'' <br>
  
*'''Gain 1 Plot Point when you roll a d4 instead of a d8.'''
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*Gain 1 Plot Point when you roll a d4 instead of a d8.
* '''Potential FX'''
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*Potential FX
  
  
 
'''A Death-Blade, Sheathed d8'''<br>
 
'''A Death-Blade, Sheathed d8'''<br>
 
''I could carve a straight line from you to the underworld. Remember that.'' <br>
 
''I could carve a straight line from you to the underworld. Remember that.'' <br>
*'''Gain 1 Plot Point when you roll a d4 instead of a d8.'''
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*Gain 1 Plot Point when you roll a d4 instead of a d8.
  
  
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''Rest now, drink deep, and feel the grass. Your journey is almost over.'' <br>
 
''Rest now, drink deep, and feel the grass. Your journey is almost over.'' <br>
  
*'''Gain 1 Plot Point when you roll a d4 instead of a d8.'''
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*Gain 1 Plot Point when you roll a d4 instead of a d8.
  
 
==Reputation==
 
==Reputation==

Revision as of 17:41, 4 April 2020

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Black Tongue

Character Intro


Appearance


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Attributes

  • Courage d8
  • Faith d6
  • Guile d6
  • Reason d8
  • Vigor d8

Specializations

All skills are d6, except for:

  • X
  • Y
  • Z

Distinctions

Speaker for Clan Nymm of Znir d8
The pack listens when I speak. I raise my shield and the warband follows.

  • Gain 1 Plot Point when you roll a d4 instead of a d8.
  • Potential FX


A Death-Blade, Sheathed d8
I could carve a straight line from you to the underworld. Remember that.

  • Gain 1 Plot Point when you roll a d4 instead of a d8.


Nurturing d8
Rest now, drink deep, and feel the grass. Your journey is almost over.

  • Gain 1 Plot Point when you roll a d4 instead of a d8.

Reputation

  • d8
  • d6
  • Complication: d6

Powers/Abilities

Signature Assets

Notes