Tur'lokk the Bandit King

Description:

Vestenmannavnjar, Jack-of-all-Trades

Traits:
Brawn: 2
Finesse: 2
Wits: 4
Resolve: 2
Panache: 3

Abilities/Advantages:
Large
Scoundrel
Appearance (5 point)
Indomitable Will
Academy
University
Linguist

Equipment:
Tor’lokk has a two-handed sword and musket crossed behind his back, a flintlock on his hip, and would wear leathers if this system had rules for armor.
Hubris: Ambition

Skills:
Courtier
Dancing – 2
Etiquette – 1
Fashion – 1
Oratory – 3

Criminal
Gambling – 1
Shadowing – 2
Stealth – 3

Hunter
Stealth – 3
Survival – 1
Tracking – 1

Performer
Acting – 2
Dancing – 2
Oratory – 3
Singing – 1

Sailor
Balance – 1
Climbing – 2
Knotwork – 1
Rigging – 1

Scholar
History – 1
Mathematics – 1
Philosophy – 1
Research – 1

Spy
Shadowing – 1
Stealth – 3

Streetwise
Socializing – 1
Street Navigation – 1
Underworld Lore – 1

Athlete
Climbing – 2
Footwork – 3
Sprinting – 1
Throwing – 1

Commander
Strategy – 1
Tactics – 1

Dirty Fighting
Attack (Dirty Fighting) – 1

Firearms
Attack (Firearms) – 1

Heavy Weapons
Attack (Heavy Weapon) – 3
Parry (Heavy Weapon) – 1

Pugilism
Attack (Pugilism) – 1
Footwork – 3
Jab

Rider
Ride (Horse) – 1

Languages
Vendel
Avalon
Castille
Eisen
Mantaigne
Ussura

Bio:

Vestenmannavnjar jack-of-all-trades who learned from the finest academies and lowliest dens of ill repute. He fancies himself the leader of all bandits and miscreants, yet has no way of backing this claim. Like, at all. But he has a damned jolly time trying to convince everyone of this!

Tur’lokk is a large man with a mane of shock white hair, and is covered in the runic tattoos of his ancestors. Yet he can charm and act his way into any academy, university, brothel, cargo ship, or court in the land. It’s all about beauty, mastery of the language, fast talking, and finding a little dirt on the man in charge. Where’s he’s been, however, is nothing compared to where he is going.

He’s a quick-witted giant with a ready laugh, a fiery temper, and a deep loathing for the way his Vendel countrymen sold their traditions for coin. So he does the natural thing and liberates said coin.

He is dire rivals with Manuel, Lord of Thieves, Castillen swashbuckler. Manuel is a better fighter and thief, but he has no love for the craft. No love! What is the point of thievery and leading legions of the finest men in the land if you have no love for it? It’s about more than money, Manuel.

Tur'lokk the Bandit King

'The Noisy Tide of Time' AnthonyCary