4th edition /tg/ campaign of awesome
Wallace Doherty, level 1
Commanding Presence: Resourceful Presence
Background: [Former]Occupation – Military, Society – Poor, Geography – Forest, Adventurer’s Scion (Perception class skill)
FINAL ABILITY SCORES
Str 14, Con 14, Dex 10, Int 16, Wis 10, Cha 14.
STARTING ABILITY SCORES
Str 14, Con 14, Dex 10, Int 14, Wis 10, Cha 14.
AC: 16 Fort: 14 Reflex: 14 Will: 14
HP: 26 Surges: 9 Surge Value: 6
Endurance +6, Heal +5, History +10, Intimidate +7, Perception +5
Acrobatics -1, Arcana +3, Athletics +1, Bluff +2, Diplomacy +2, Dungeoneering, Insight, Nature, Religion +3, Stealth -1, Streetwise +2, Thievery -1
Human: Partisan Adept
Level 1: Hunting Wolf Style
Bonus At-Will Power: Wolf Pack Tactics
Warlord at-will 1: Viper’s Strike
Warlord at-will 1: Opening Shove
Warlord encounter 1: Diabolic Stratagem
Warlord daily 1: Fearless Rescue
Adventurer’s Kit, Chainmail, Halberd, Dagger, Short sword
Wallace Doherty always dreamed of adventure. When his father returned from his travels and told him stories of those wondrous places with their terrible monsters and vast treasure troves, he knew that was what he was going to do with his life. However, he didn’t realize how long he’d wait to start.
Drafted at an early age, Wallace eventually became a career soldier. A short while into service and he moved up in ranks, commanding a unit of his own. A few years later at a post in a boring, peaceful time he met his darling Janine. The two began courting and within months, he quit the service and settled down to a quiet job as a lumberjack.
Skip forward to the more recent past. Way past the hill representing his physical peak, Wallace is once again tired of the slow life. He’s seen two daughters and a son slowly get married and go off to live on their own, he’s seen his slowly degrading logging skill, and he’s seen his hair slowly recede. Everything is quickly getting slower. “If this is the good life, then why is it so boring?” he asked himself. And then he thought back to his father’s adventuring days. “If that old man could do it, so can this one.” Thus with his wife’s blessing and a head full of tales of exploration and mystery, Wallace Doherty seeks to relive the adventuring past he never had.