Fall of the Dragons
A Water Dancer born to the hot sands of Dorne
|Ability||Rank||Specialties / Notes|
|Language||3/1||Common / Braavosi|
|Thievery||3||Sleight of Hand 1B|
Awareness 4 – 21 Passive
Agility 5 – 25 Passive
Intrigue Defense – 4 + 3 + 3 = 10
Composure – 9
Move – 4
Sprint – 16
Combat Defense – 5 + 4 + 3 = 12 + Parry/Defensive Modifiers
Armor Rating – 0
Health – 9
Destiny Points – 3
Bastard Born – -1D on all Persuasion test with characters of a higher Status.
Disturbing Habit [Constantly fidgeting with a blade] – When recognized, +1D when attempting to Intimidate and -1D on all other persuasion test.
Insensitive – Flaw – -1D Healing
Water Dancer 1 – You may add your Fighting rank to all Awareness test results and to your passive Awareness result.
Water Dancer 2 – You may add your Fighting rank to all Agility test results. [Passive test count as test results. It is clarified in the Errata.]
Water Dancer 3 – When you fight with a Fencing weapon, you may add your Fencing specialty rank to your Combat Defense. Whenever you wear armor with Bulk 1 or greater, you lose this benefit.
Left-Handed Dagger x 2
Courtiers Garb x 5
Flint & Steel
Fire Milk x 2
Diagnosis: Easy (3)
A pale red ointment that is poured directly onto wounds in order to cleanse them. Firemilk burns and may cause weakness in those treated, but it helps stave off infection. It is a staple of maesters.
Firemilk purifies and improves the victim’s chance to recover from injuries and wounds. The poison grants a +1D to Endurance tests made to recover from injuries and wounds on a success and +1B per additional degree. However, the poison also imposes a –1 penalty to Athletics test results per degree on a successful attack.
Recovery: The penalty to Athletics tests fades 24 hours after the poison is first applied. The extra test die and bonus dice (if any) apply to the next Endurance test to remove any injuries or wounds.
2 Gold Dragons
10 Silver Stags
33 Copper Pennies
Daryo Sand as portrayed by Jeremy Irons.
Being a bastard is not as punishing in Dorne as it is everywhere else in the world. There are a lot of them where I am from. Even still I did not exhibit the ways of the Dornish as much as some would like but being a spry young man I peeked the interest of a traveling sword master from Braavos. With the permission and money of my wealthy mother I was off to Braavos to learn the ways of the Water Dancer.
After spending some time there I returned back to Westeros and found myself in the company of a noble family on rocky times, the Valcarys. Their new young noble was not so very different from myself so I decided to stay and do what I do best for a time. I observed.
It did not take long for the bright nobleman to take notice of me and he sought me out. After speaking with him we came to an agreement of a sort and I have been near him ever since. That was 8 months ago.