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Jhofre Vascari

Vors Talosion's page

19 posts. Pathfinder Society character for KMBCross.


Full Name

Vors Talosion

Race

Half-elf (Taldane)

Classes/Levels

Fighter (Rondolero Duelist) 1

Gender

Male

Size

Medium

Age

19

Alignment

Lawful Good

Deity

Abadar

Languages

Common, Elven

Occupation

Duelist

Strength 18
Dexterity 15
Constitution 10
Intelligence 13
Wisdom 10
Charisma 10

About Vors Talosion

Male half-elf Fighter 1
LG Medium humanoid (half-elf)
Init +3 ; Senses Perception +8, Keen Senses, Low-light Vision (+2 sight-based, +2 sound-based)
==DEFENSE==
AC 19, touch 13, flat-footed 16 (+5 armor, +1 shield, +3 dex)
hp 13 (1d10+2)
Fort +4, Ref +3, Will +2
Defensive Abilities Elven Immunities
==OFFENSE==
Spd 20 ft/x4
Melee Falcata +4 1d8+3 19-20/x3
Ranged Javelin (x5) +4 1d6+3 20/x2
==STATISTICS==
Str 16, Dex 16, Con 14, Int 10, Wis 12, Cha 8
Base Atk +1, CMB +4CMD +17
Feats Armor Proficiency (LIGHT / MEDIUM / HEAVY) (PFCR 118), (PFCR 118), Exotic Weapon Proficiency (Falcata) (PFCR 123), Power Attack (PFCR 131), Shield Proficiency (PFCR 133), Tower Shield Proficiency (PFCR 135-136), Two-Weapon Fighting (PFCR 136)
Skills Perception +8, Survival +5
Languages Common, Elven
Traits Eyes and Ears of the City (Abadar), Adopted (Human: Carefully Hidden)
Combat Gear Falcata, Javelin (x5), Scale Mail, Buckler
Other Gear backpack (1), bell (4), bedroll (1), winter blanket (1), candle (10), chalk (10), fish hook (10), flint and steel (1), bullseye lantern (1), small steel mirror (1), pint of oil (1), rations (4), signal whistle (1), signet ring (1), soap (1), torch (2), waterskin (1), whetstone (1) (Total Weight: 75 lbs);
Coin 34g, 9s, 8c

Appearance:

Vors is always a man to dress well, in the colors of Taldor where he was raised. With black hair that flows in the wind, and eyes of blue staring out boldly, his arrogance seems to just flow freely from the armed duelist, eager to display his skill.

History:

Ever since he was a child, Vors felt out of place. Out of society. Even as he was raised among human parentage, instead of the elven parent who left him for granted, he had a higher calling to his physical stature. In time, he displayed more qualities of his elven heritage, even though he was clearly, if not mistakenly, displaying human physical traits.

It was when he started to come of age that he showed agility, finesse with a blade, and a sharp wit - fitting for a youth prepared for the teachings of dueling, specifically the art of the rondolero as made famous by Taldor. Gifted with a falcata by his foster father the year after, the blade has never left young Vors' side since - for it was the first step to his own set of gear.

Notably, every man has to leave home sometime, and it was a few seasons ago now that Vors had finalized his teachings. He had no more to learn here - for he had defeated his former teachers in fair combat - and so he left for glories beyond imagining, and more ways to perfect his art.


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