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Monday, March 19, 2018

Random Roll 100 - The Randomness

Brought up away from traditional orcish society in the forests of the Land of the Linnorm Kings, this week’s character is an orc who does not follow traditional orcish norms. Still stronger than many humans he is weaker than even an average orc. He is still tough but in comparison he smarter and more socially adept than most of his kin. A follower of the goddess deductions, mind reading, and subtlety we have a lot to work with for this week’s character.

Gender: Male
Race: Orc
Nationality: Land of the Linnorm Kings
Age:  17
Height: 6’ 7”
Weight: 268
Alignment: Lawful Neutral

Str: 12
Dex: 10
Con: 15
Int: 12
Wis: 8
Cha: 14

Homeland: Unusual Homeland - Forest
Parents: Both of your parents are dead.
Siblings: You have no siblings.
Circumstance of Birth: [Lower-Class Birth] You were born among peasants or slum denizens. You grew up working the land around a village or manor, practicing a rudimentary trade, or begging in a settlement.
Parent's Profession: Serfs/Peasants
Major Childhood Event: [Bullied] In your early life, you were a victim— easy prey for those stronger or cleverer than yourself. They beat you when they could, using you for their sport. This abuse nursed a powerful flame of vengeance.

Influential Associate: [The Lover] You had a romantic connection in your adolescent years, and this person deeply influenced your personality. Perhaps this was a first love, a casual partner you grew close to, or the one who got away. The experience bolstered your confidence in romantic interactions even though you often find your thoughts still straying toward that special someone from so long ago.

Conflict: [Malign Associates] You allied with a destructive creature, organization, or individual.
Conflict Subject: Spellcaster.
Conflict Motivation: Hatred or Malice.
Conflict Resolution: [You Enjoyed It] Those who cling to petty morals have no understanding of what true freedom and power is. The fact is, you enjoyed your part in the conflict and would do it all over again if the opportunity presented itself. Many people know of your misdeed, and they also realize your complete lack of remorse.
Deity/Religious Philosophy: Erecura

Romantic Relationship(s): [A Few Significant Relationships] You’ve tried to make deep connections with individuals on several occasions, but it’s never worked out.
Drawback: [The Past] You long for the world to return to a past age. You’ve adopted the manners and style of this age, and are fascinated by its customs, relics, and artifacts, and by the historical figures of that time. Perhaps you live so much in this past age that your connection to the present is tenuous. Or your pretentiousness annoys others.

(Trait) Bullied
(Trait) Charming
(Trait) Log Roller
(Trait) Orphaned
(Trait) Poverty-Stricken
(Story Feat) True Love
(Drawback) Sentimental

In the comments tell us this orcs story? What class would he most likely become? Why did his family live in such an unusual place? Who were his bullies? How did he come to worship a Erecura? And don’t forget to stay tuned Friday when my background hits the CRB.

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