Bitter, Exiled Hunter
Cannibal Dak – Level 1 Artillery
Medium natural humanoid XP 100
Initiative +6 Senses Perception +6; low-light vision
HP 25; Bloodied 12
AC 16; Fortitude 12; Reflex 14; Will 11
m Handaxe (standard; at-will)
+4 vs AC; 1d6 + 3 damage
r Longbow (standard; at-will)
Ranged 20/40; +7 vs AC; 1d10 + 4 damage
R Furious Assault (free, when the half-orc archer hits an enemy; encounter)
The triggering attack deals 1d6 extra damage if it was a handaxe attack or 1d10 extra damage if it was a longbow attack
Alignment Unaligned Languages Ghali, K’torn
Skills Endurance +3, Intimidate +6, Stealth +9, Nature +6
Str 15 (+2) Dex 18 (+4) Wis 13 (+1)
Con 13 (+1) Int 10 (+0) Cha 9 (–1)
Equipment Leather Armor, Handaxe, Longbow, Arrows (30)
Dak doesn’t really eat people. Or at least, not recently. The way some of the locals look at him, he might as well, though. Dak bears a huge, grotesque scar across one side of his face, a brand marking him as a pariah of the north. He is not welcome among any of the Savage Tribes. He will not speak of his crimes. Questions or taunts are first met with silence, then later, a blade in an alley.
For all his hostility, Dak is a very skilled hunter. He spent many years living alone in the wilds before finally relenting and buying a little shack in the Break.
Most of the Ghali could care less about some crude mark. Many see all the Savages as criminals anyway. Dak gets plenty of work running escorts through the wilderness.