Sunday, February 3, 2013

U'lik the Razor

I thought I was going to get to give Barbarians of Lemuria a go yesterday, but due to inclement weather my friend couldn't come into town.One of the things I was going to do was create Lemurian versions of characters from our past games. One ally I was going to introduce is my BoL take on my favorite D&D character, Ulic Razorwing. In D&D, Ulic is a one-eyed avariel (winged elf) bladesinger (fighter/wizard). He's youthful, verbose, and heroic (yeah he's my Mary-Sue character, deal with it). A second generation D&D character, Ulic spent much of his youth in Zakhara (which is where he lost his eye).When I played him last, he was the captain of a flying ship. Wanted to tie some of this info into the BoL version. If I ever play BoL, this will be my character.



U'lik the Razor
Attributes 
Combat 
 Strength        
 0
Brawl            
  0
 Agility
 1
Melee
  2
 Mind
 1
Ranged
  1
 Appeal
 2       
Defense
  1

Careers
Minstrel
  2 
 Lifeblood
  11
Mercenary
  1
 Hero Points
   5
Sorcerer
  1
 Arcane Points    11
Sky Pilot
  0 

Protection: d6-2 (light armour)
Weapons: Razor (d3)

Languages
Spoken: Beshaari,Lemurian, Sorceric:
Written::Beshaari,  Lemurian, Sorceric

Boons: Carouser
Flaws:

Background
U'lik doesn't know much about his origins. He spent much of his early life among the nomadic tribes of the Beshaar Desert. F'alhlhalan the Poet raised him. He only spoke of U'lik's parents once, saying that they were heroes from beyond the Empty Lands. From his adopted father, he learned the ways of poetry and song.

At the age of 14, U'lik left his tribe and sought to travel the lands of Lemuria. He worked as the sword boy for a mercenary company for a time. It was on an assignment with his company that he was lost in the Kasht Swamp. He was discovered by the crone, Dagda. Admiring the boys quick tongue and sharp mind, the witch saved him and taught him the basics of sorcery. He spent a few years with the witch before his wanderlust overtook him he left.

U'lik tends to project a devil may care attitude. He is just as quick to cut someone down with a sharp retort as his his with his trusted razor.However, despite his adventurous and outgoing demeanor has a strong sense of right and wrong (which tends to get him in trouble). 

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