BoL Character: Thylissa of the North

Wherein your humble scribe presents the second of several Barbarians of Lemuria characters he put together as examples for the players he ran through a couple of adventures in his own (highly-derivative) Kaalmuria setting. Several more will follow.

Thylissa grew up in the frozen northlands, a fierce and untamed barbarian warrior. In her 16th year she was captured by slavers from the south and sold to the pirate king Draato. Her beauty saved her from the more brutal aspects of slavery and Draato instead treated her as a concubine. In this role she developed skills as a dancer, the better to please her master. When Draato’s ship was sunk on the high seas she was rescued by a passing merchant fleet with whom she served as an able sailor. Since her return to land she has eked out a living as a thief and tomb-robber.

Essences
Lifeblood 12
Hero Points 5

Attributes
Strength 2
Agility 1
Mind 0
Appeal 1

Combat
Brawl 1
Melee 2
Ranged 0
Defense 1

Careers
Barbarian 2
Dancer 1
Mariner 0
Thief 1

Boons
Beast Friend
Quick Recovery

Flaws
Distrust of Sorcery

Languages
Native (Non-literate)

Equipment
Great Axe (1d6+2)
Hand Axe (1d6)
Bow (1d6)
Medium Armor (1d6-1)

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One Response to BoL Character: Thylissa of the North

  1. bat says:

    Vicious! Pretty well drawn out character, excellent work.

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