Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Trogard Mortis, Character

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The inquisitor is by far my favorite of the Advanced Player's Guide classes, and Trogard Mortis is the first one I have built. This is a character build on the Pathfinder Society rules and ready for play. I have not taking him into play yet, but feel free to use parts or whole character concept in your game. For some reason Paizo does not allow third party pregens, otherwise Trogard Mortis might have served as such. At the bottom I included some character description, which like the rest can be taken or left.

Trogard Mortis, Male Dwarf, Inquisitor 1
Alignment: Neutral Religion: Urgathoa Faction: Osirion
Initiative +1 Senses Perception +8, Darkvision 60ft
HP 10 (1d8+2)
AC 16 (Dex +1, Scale Mail +5)
Fort +4 Ref +1 Will +6
Speed 20ft
Melee Scythe +2 (2d4+3/x4)
Ranged Scythe of the Acolyte +5 (2d4+3/x4) 30ft, 7/day
Ranged Acid Splash +2 (1d3+1) 30ft ranged touch
Str 14, Dex 13, Con 15, Int 10, Wis 18, Cha 7
BAB 0 CMB 2 CMD 13
Traits Killer, Mummy Touched
Feats Point Blank Shot
Skills Intimidate -1, Perception +8, Profession (Mortician) +8, Sense Motive +9, Spellcraft +4, Survival +8
Knowledge Religion +4, Planes +4
Armor Penalty -4
Languages Dwarf, Taldane
Racial Traits Defensive Training, Hatred, Hardy, Stability, Stone Cunning, Lore Keeper
Class Abilities Judgment, Monster Lore, Stern Gaze, Hand of the Acolyte 7/day (Magic Domain)
Cantrips (4) Acid Splash, Bleed, Detect Magic, Disrupt Undead
First Level (2) Command, True Strike
Light <58 Medium <116 Heavy <175 Current 76.5
Gear Scale Mail (30), Scythe (10), Explorer's Outfit (8), Holy Symbol, Whetstone (1), Acid (1) x 3, Rations (1) x 3, Parchment x 5, Ink, Ink Pen, Scroll Case (.5), Flint & Steel, Candle x 10, Backpack (2), Bedroll (5), Rope (10), Waterskin (4)
Gold 24 Silver 1 Copper 8
Trogard hides a wide bony frame under his pale gray cloak, and those that peer under the wide hood are faced with a pale and stiff visage under a braided black beard appearing as a corpse laid to eternal rest with cloudy eyes open and seeing both worlds. He leans heavy on his scythe to relieve the invisible weight on his shoulders.

From the note carried by Trogard Mortis:
Trogard Mortis was a humble man, who lived a life of servitude. He was the son of a glass maker, who traveled from Five Kings Mountain to the sands of Osirion to perfect his trade. It was out of the Osirion sand that fate rose and was carried on undead hand to the home of the glass maker. Colorful and fragile, in the end glass like life shatters and leaves meaningless splinters. The Mortis family was in death’s grasp, and only Trogard was wrenched from its claws. He laid to rest his family and since many more, always with the reverence of preparation for his own undertaking.
Holy men of good faith raised him, but Trogard understood that he owed a debt that he would pay interest on until the day his glass too would shatter, and the bond be recalled. Trogard took up service with the Pathfinder Society to earn the interest owed by collecting the debts of others to the inevitable fate. He knew that one day his work would square the scales, and he could balance out his bond, his debt repaid and his soul free to pass.

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