Rowe Lancaster

A noble who refuses to acknowledge God, looking for his father who abandoned his family in order to become a Paladin.

Description:

(Human)

Agility d6
Smarts d6
Spirit d4
Strength d10
Vigor d6

Fighting d8
Riding d6
Notice d6
Bluff d6 (2)
Diplomacy d6 (
2)
Knowledge (Battle) d6
Knowledge (Christian Religion) d4

Cha 2
Pace 6
Parry 8
Toughness 9 (3) (
2 armor against ranged.) (Full body armor.)

Edges:
Noble, Brawny

Hindrances:
Code of Honor, Delusional (believes Gods don’t exist), Quirk (douche rich kid)

Equipment:
Plate corset, arms, leggings, steel helmet.
Long sword
Medium shield

Backpack
Bedroll
Flint + Steel
Food rations (5-days)

44 silver.

78/80 enc. penalty (not counting additional equipment)

Bio:

Rowe is a noble from the city of Warwick, he is 27 years old.

Rowe does not acknowledge the existence of God or supernatural creatures. He believes religious people are “well-intentioned fools”, and will try to ignore supernatural creatures as if they weren´t there. If ignoring them becomes impossible or simply inappropriate, he will justify their existence as “a collective hallucination”. In reality, this is done more out of spite rather than out of an actual belief, although he would never admit it not even to himself.

Rowe’s father, Heolstor, was never truly there for him. A paladin of the church, he rarely spent time at home with his wife and their only child (Rowe).

Rowe’s mother, Devona, tried to compensate for his husband’s abscence. Therefore, in addition to the luxuries normal to a noble child, Rowe was spoiled by his mother. As an adult, this manifests as a strong rejection and disgust for subpar, non-luxurious conditions. Nonetheless, Rowe was taught manners and how to behave like a gentleman.

It has been 2 years and Heolstor is nowhere to be seen. Rowe´s mother has become ill so he left his home to search his father, and compel him to attend his duties as a father and husband.

During his travels, Rowe will try to persuade people they don´t need to rally behind a God; instead, they should take matters into their own hands.

Rowe Lancaster

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