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Monday, January 30, 2017

Random Roll 62 - The Randomness

When most people think on an aasimar they see a beacon of all that is good. The celestial blood that flows through their veins can be just as warped as any one else's, and we see that in this week's random rolls. Quick, tough, and observant our aasimar has  a lot going for him, except he's either ugly or unpersonable. Of Mwangi heritage he resides in the Vudrani enclave of Jalmeray and the blood in his veins comes from the Garuda, an outsider with ties to the Vudrani gods. With a lot of interesting pieces of information we'll have to wait till Friday to see what we shall make of this thoroughly evil creature.

Gender: Male
Race:Garuda-Blooded Aasimar (Plumekith)
Human Heritage:Mwangi (Mauxi)
Nationality: Jalmeray
Age:  16
Height: 5’ 4”
Weight: 145 lbs
Alignment:Chaotic Evil

Str: 10
Dex: 16
Con:  16
Int: 11
Wis: 16
Cha: 9

Homeland: Town or Village
Parents: Both of your parents are alive.
Siblings: You have 2 biological siblings and 1 half-sibling.
- biological younger sister
- biological younger sister
- younger half-elf sister
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: Soldiers
Major Childhood Event: [Competition Champion] You distinguished yourself at an early age when you won a competition. This might have been a martial contest of arms, a showing of apprentice magicians, high stakes gambling, or something mundane like an eating championship.

Influential Associate:[Well-Connected Friend] In your circle of disparate associates, there was someone everyone knew. This person collected friends like trophies, and she had contacts in every social or professional circle. Through this connection, you continue to meet and associate with a wide variety of people in every walk of life.

Conflict: [Mass Murder] You killed several sentient beings.
Conflict Subject: Leader.
Conflict Motivation: Love.
Conflict Resolution: [Denial] You feel little if any regret, and deny the event mostly so others won’t judge you. Few if any know of your part in the conflict, and your constant denials are meant to keep it that way.
Deity/Religious Philosophy:Yog-Sothoth

Romantic Relationship(s): [Several Significant Relationships] You’ve engaged in a number of partnerships, but for some reason or another your relationships always fail.
Drawback: [Self-Doubt] No matter what you do, it’s never good enough. You cannot help but see in your victories many little defeats and failures. If you were stronger, smarter, faster, or more powerful, maybe you could be better. However, stuck in the body and mind you have, you feel you’re destined to fail.

(Trait) Influence
(Trait) Kin Guardian
(Trait) Militia Veteran
(Trait) Poverty-Stricken
(Trait) Tactician
(Trait) Well-Informed
(Story Feat) Champion
(Drawback) Doubt

In the comments please tell us what character you would make with these disparate pieces information? What class would this Aasimar naturally gravitate towards? How did a Mwangi family end up in JalmerayWho was the love he killed for? Why has he chosen an outer god as a patron? And don’t forget to stay tuned Friday when my background hits the CRB.

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