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Gloriosa (Flame Wind Dragon Hatchling)

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Player Name: Alex
G-Mail: dmblackhaunt
Link to Ledger: viewtopic.php?p=161462#p161462

Character Name: Nimmonuxauth
Alias:Nimmo, Nimm, Gloriosa
Race: Flame Wind Dragon
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Alignment: Unprincipled
XP Level: 3
XP Points: 5,001
Next Level @ XP: 10,001
Sentiments/Non-Humans: They're great! I'm one!
Sentiments/Coalition: Those are the guys with the skulls that don't like me very much. Why are some humans bad?
Disposition: Upbeat and friendly with a dash of immature zealotry. Curious and hungry for knowledge.
Insanity: Obsession: Knowledge and/or answers: This dragon is plagued by an insatiable curiosity. He finds virtually everything interesting (particularly magic, other worlds and history) and is always looking into, investigating or studying one thing or another. Mysteries drive the character crazy and he will always try to unravel them. This curiosity and habit of sticking his nose where it doesn't belong frequently leads to trouble and makes enemies.

I.Q.: 19 (+5% to all skills)
M.E.: 20
M.A.: 16
P.S.: 16 (Supernatural)
P.P.: 24
P.E.: 22
P.B.: 11
Speed: 25

P.P.E.: 71
I.S.P.: 61
M.D.C.: 120
H.P.: 200
S.D.C.: 143
Armor Rating: 11

Age: 2 years old
Sex: Male
    • Length: 25'8" from snout to tail tip
    • Weight: 5.5 tons (11,000 lbs)
    • Wingspan: 53'6"
    • Height: 5'
    • Weight: 90 lbs
    • Height: 4'1"
    • Weight: 60 lbs
    • Height: 6'5"
    • Weight: 200 lbs
  • A red and silver scaled majestic dragon with purple eyes. Sometimes on fire.
  • Appears to be a 12 year old boy. Red hair, fair skin, slightly chubby.
  • Appears to be a 9 year old girl. Strawberry blonde hair, black eyes.
  • Big, dark skinned, muscular man with an impeccable mustache.
Racial Abilities
  • Bio-Regeneration: 1D10 M.D.C. per melee round (1D4x10 per minute)
  • 4D6 M.D. (increases to 6D6 M.D. as an adult) to a six foot wide area. The width of the blast enables the dragon to strike several opponents (2-6) simultaneously, if they are huddled closely together. Range: 100 feet. The Flame Wind Dragon may also fire small gouts of fire from its mouth reminiscent of a flamethrower, with each doing 2D6 M.D. a range of 300 feet. The fire breath may be used as often as desired but each blast counts as one melee attack/action.
  • The Flame Wind Dragon can seemingly cause himself to burst into flames in a manner similar to the psychic Burster or Elemental Fusionist. Unlike them, the Dragon Hatchling's own scales are actually burning, even though this doesno damage to the Flame Wind (this is just a natural part of the dragon's metabolism). Because the Flame Wind is actually on fire, anything he is carrying is damaged by his own raging flames and he will ignite anything he touches, such as carpeting, drapes, paper, wood, dry grass, etc. In combat, the dragon's fiery punch or tail does an extra 2D6 M.D. per strike plus its usual P.S. damage. Leaping on its back or trying to wrestle or entangle the flaming dragon will inflict 4D6 M.D. Every 4 seconds (or 2D4x10+10 M.D. per melee round). The flames can be maintained for one minute (4 melee rounds) per level of experience, before the dragon Hatchling must rest for at least ten minutes to regenerate his flaming scales (duration is 10x longer for adults).
    • Read all Magic
    • Recognize Magic Circles and Enchantments--55% (+5%)
    • Use Magic Scrolls
    • Use Techno-Wizard Devices
    • Dragon Form: 12
    • Flaming Dragon Form: 14
  • Including Mega-Damage fire
    • Duration: 3 hours (+1 hr/lvl)
      Cooldown: 12 hours
    • A natural ability common to most dragons enabling the dragon to completely alter her physical shape, transforming herself to look like any living animal, from human being to cat. There are some limitations. The dragon cannot metamorphosize into inanimate objects or insects. The minimum size is about the size of a cat and the maximum size cannot exceed the dragon's own. The transformation can last one hour per level of experience. If on or near a ley line or nexus point (within two miles/3.2 km), the time is tripled.
    • Note: Regardless of his shape, a dragon is a dragon, with all its natural powers and abilities. So a Hatchling metamorphed to look like a bunny rabbit can still talk, cast spells, and kick with the strength of a dragon. The metamorphosis does not instill any of the abilities of the animal, only its appearance.
    • Range: 100 feet
  • Prehensile tail
    • Includes metamorphed Dragons
    • Range: 20 miles
    • Chance of Success: 31% -- (+2%/Lvl)
    • Teleportation is a special power common to most dragons. The character can teleport, at will, up to five miles (8 km) away. At the Hatchling stage, he can only teleport himself. The percentage number indicates the likelihood of being able to activate the teleportation. A failed roll means the teleport did not happen. The Hatchling can attempt a teleport once every other melee round.
    • Note: Only a mature dragon can perform a dimensional teleport without using a ley line nexus. Hatchlings can attempt a dimensional teleport at a ley line or nexus at half its usual percentage number.
  • Can see the heat within an object and gauge the object's temperature.
    • Skill: 60% (+5%)
    • Range: 300 feet
  • Turn invisible at will
    • Includes metamorphed and invisible Dragons.
    • Range: 4,000'
Natural Abilities
Perception: 26% (+3%)
Charm/Impress: 10%
Invoke Trust/Intimidate: 45%
Max. Encumbrance: 11,000 lbs
Max. Carrying Weight: 320 lbs
Max. Lifting Weight: 720 lbs
Max. Jumping Ability:
  • Length: 24'
  • Height: 48'
Running Speed: 17.5 MPH/385 feet per melee/96 feet per action

Minor Psionic
  • Range: Self
  • Duration: 10 minutes per level of experience
  • I.S.P.: 7
  • This is a psionic power that enables the character to completely mask all spiritual aspects of his psionic energy and powers. Even the aura is temporarily altered. As a result, other psychics, Dog Boys, Psi-Stalkers, and creatures who can Detect Psionics or See Aura will not sense psionics in a character who is masked. However, the masked psychic must "block" himself from the world, which means he cannot use any of his psionic senses or abilities, nor receive Empathic or Telepathic impressions until he lets the mask go.

  • Range: Self
  • Duration: 10 minutes per level of experience
  • I.S.P.: 4
  • A psionic power that enables the character to completely mask all but 1D4 P.P.E. of his personal P.P.E. Base. Characters who can sense magic energy or see aura will regard this character as having an insignificant amount of P.P.E. This power is especially good as protection against Psi-Stalkers and other P.P.E. vampires. Mystics can easily hide their magical powers through this psionic concealment.

  • Range: Self
  • Duration: 10 minutes per level of experience
  • I.S.P.: 4 (per each duration period)
  • This is the ability to completely close or block oneself from all psychic/mental emanations. When intentionally closed to supernatural or psychic force the character cannot sense anything, cannot use psychic abilities, nor be influenced by others. A Mind Block will prevent penetration of Telepathy, Empathy, Hypnotic Suggestion, Day Dream, and Empathic Transmission. It can be an invaluable protective mask when dealing with malevolent psychic forces. Adds a bonus of +1 to save vs all psychic and mental attacks. Note: Mind Block only blocks psionic attacks that affect the psychic's mind or emotional state (i.e. Telepathy, Empathy, Hypnotic Suggestion, etc.). It offers no protection from magic.

  • Range: One individual (human or D-Bee) by touch or within line of sight, but no farther than one foot (0.3 m) away per level of the psychic’s experience. This ability does not work on psychics, nor on animals, monsters, creatures of magic, or supernatural beings.
  • Duration: The “awakened” ability lasts for only 1D4+2 melee rounds. The one psi-power is immediately opened, active, and ready to use.
  • I.S.P.: 5 is the cost to the psychic who momentarily opens the Third Eye of a non-psychic. Sufficient I.S.P. for the activation of the recipient’s psionic power is automatic, but fleeting; see duration.
    I.S.P. available to the individual whose Third Eye has been opened is his M.E. attribute number +14. Any unused I.S.P. vanishes at the end of the duration.
    This is a remarkable ability that enables the psychic to temporarily unlock and enable access to one of the psionic abilities listed below, in another person who is not a psychic. The individual whose Third Eye has been momentarily opened intuitively knows how to use the ability that has surfaced. The power that surfaces is, presumably, one of the individual’s unknown latent psionic abilities made accessible for a few melee rounds. After that, it is gone. Should Open Third Eye be used on the individual again, it will awaken the same ability (so players, make note of it).
    While such an awakening of a hidden, inner psychic ability might suggest the individual is a psychic, that is not case (unless the character is a juvenile, in which case he may be). Most adults lack the will, ability, and practiced training to summon one or more psychic abilities on their own. It is just there, a remnant of an unrealized potential, buried deep inside of them. Beyond their control. Truth be told, most people are frightened by psychic abilities so they are happy to leave it there, buried, and never speak of it again.
  • Any one of the following abilities can be momentarily awakened in another person via Open Third Eye. Roll percentile dice for random determination or pick one.
    • 01-04% Clairvoyance (4)
    • 05-08% Detect Psionics (4)
    • 09-12% Empathy (4)
    • 13-16% Death Trance (1)
    • 17-20% Levitation (varies)
    • 21-24% Mind Block (4)
    • 25-28% Nightvision (4)
    • 29-32% Object Read (6)
    • 33-36% Presence Sense (4)
    • 37-40% Psychic Diagnosis (4)
    • 41-44% Read Dimensional Portal (6)
    • 45-48% Read Psychic Impression (2)
    • 49-51% Resist Fatigue (4)
    • 52-54% Resist Sleep (4)
    • 55-58% See Aura (6)
    • 59-62% See the Invisible (4)
    • 63-66% Sense Dimensional Anomaly (4)
    • 67-70% Sense Evil (2)
    • 71-74% Sense Magic (3)
    • 75-78% Sense Time (2)
    • 79-81% Summon Inner Strength (4)
    • 82-84% Read Psychic Residue (2)
    • 85-88% Telepathy (4)
    • 89-92% Telekinetic Leap (8)
    • 93-96% Precognition (10)
    • 97-00% Healing Touch (6)
  • Note: A psychic who is 6th level or higher can temporarily awaken and activate TWO abilities if he thinks the person can handle them. Opening the Third Eye does not activate any permanent psychic abilities.
    A child or teenager 13-19 years old may still have enough Potential Psychic Energy (P.P.E.) to learn to harness his or her latent psychic abilities and become a psychic. If the opening of their Third Eye inspires them to explore and embrace their psionic nature, roll to determine psionic ability as usual: 01-10% is a Major Psychic with 6-8 powers, 11-25% is a Minor Psychic with two powers, 26-00% indicates no ability to become a psychic UNLESS the player chooses to select a Master Psychic Occupational Character Class (Mind Melter, Burster, Zapper, Psi-Druid, Psi-Tech, one of the CS Manhunter O.C.C.s, etc.). If being a Master Psychic is desired and the G.M. allows it, the player needs to pick a Psychic O.C.C. for the character. If he has already selected a non-psychic O.C.C., the player must have his character forsake that choice and all the skills that came with it, and make the move to become a first level Master Psychic O.C.C. (See the core rule book, Psyscape, and CS Manhunters for psychic O.C.C. options.) The character, in effect, starts over as a Master Psychic O.C.C. (indicated in some books as P.C.C.). This is not an option for any older or experienced character, unless the Game Master makes a rare exception.

  • Range: Touch or close examination no more distant than four feet (1.2 m) apart.
  • Duration: It takes one minute (4 melee rounds) to complete a probe, during which the psychic must remain focused on the subject of the probe.
  • I.S.P.: 6
  • Saving Throw: None.
  • This is a psychic scan to search for unwanted (and possibly unknown) outside influences, whether they are psionic, magical, physical (parasite, symbiote, Entity, magic object), technological (bug, tracking device), or supernatural (possession or mind control) in nature. This power works in a similar fashion as Psychic Diagnosis except the Psychic Probe does not search for physical disease or injury, instead it looks for subtler metaphysical and supernatural problems. This includes recognizing psionic influences such as Psychic Imprint, Mental Possession by another psychic or Entity, as well as the influence of Psychosomatic Disease, Hypnotic Suggestion, Induced Sleep, being under the influence of Bio-Manipulation, Empathic Transmission, or the influence of magical mind control, Fear, Phobia, Sleep, Domination, Possession, Mind Swaps, Hallucinations, illusions, demons, and other beings. Psychic Probe can also detect mind or personality altering and controlling drugs, symbiotic organisms, parasites, implants, and hidden bugs/surveillance devices located on the person’s body. Note: It does NOT reveal metamorphosis, shape-shifting, demonic familiars, and physical disguises.
    In addition, a Psychic Probe can detect possession and the presence of a life force inside inanimate objects, weapons, armors, robotic constructs, and vehicles. It is able to ascertain if the life force is an Entity, Elemental, demon, or being, whether it is imprisoned or a willing inhabitant/visitor, and what its overall intentions are: good or evil, helpful or mischievous or destructive. Such objects and technology are usually alien or magical in nature, such as Rune Weapons, Iron Juggernauts, Automatons, Golems, Soul Gems, Soulmancy, Bio-Wizard constructs, Biomancy creations, and so on.
    (Note: The Psychic Diagnosis ability performed upon living beings can also detect possession, and the presence of symbiotic organisms, parasites, and unwanted or troublesome implants. Psychic Probe, however, sweeps for a wider range of magical and supernatural influences and offers more information to the psychic, plus it can be used on inanimate objects, not just living beings.)

  • Range: Read surface thoughts up to 60 feet away or two-way telepathic communication up to 140 feet +40 feet per level of experience.
  • Duration: 2 minutes per level of experience
  • I.S.P.: 4
  • Saving Throw: Conditional. When a character suspects he is being telepathically probed he can resist, getting the standard saving throw. Mind Blocks will completely prevent telepathic probes or communication as long as the block is up.
  • The power of Telepathy allows the psychic to eavesdrop on what another person is thinking at a particular moment. This is done by focusing on that one individual and picking up on his or her surface thoughts. Surface thoughts are those thoughts and musings uppermost in a target's mind. A deep probe into memory is not possible. Although the psychic can read the thoughts of several people, he can only do so by focusing on one person at a time. Simultaneous, multiple mind reading is impossible for the character.
    Limited telepathic communication is also possible. The telepath can send a directed thought message to one person at a time. The message must be as brief and clear as possible. Like, "John, I need you immediately. Hurry!" or "Stop! Don't do that." "Come here." "Look out" or "Press the green button". However, two-way telepathic communication is not possible except between two characters both with telepathic abilities.

Spell Knowledge
Spell Strength: 12 (+1 @ level 9)
Range: Self or other by touch.
Duration: One minute (3 minutes) per level of the spell caster.
Saving Throw: None.
P.P.E.: Ten
This powerful spell instantly creates an invisible, weightless, noiseless, full suit of mystic armor upon the spell caster. Or the magic armor can be instantly created upon anyone, as long as the spell caster invokes the spell while touching the intended recipient. Named after the magic armor of the Dwarven King Ithan, this mystic armor has an M.D.C. of 10 per level of the spell caster's experience. Magic fire, lightning, and cold do half damage to it.

  • Range: Self or Others by touch.
  • Duration: Four and a half minutes (13.5 minutes) per level of spell caster.
  • Saving Throw: None.
  • P.P.E.: Six
    This spell enables the enchanted character(s) to seemingly alter the color and pattern of his clothes and physical body, enabling him to blend into the surrounding environment and disappear from sight. Movement destroys the effectiveness of this magic. The character is 90% undetectable if unmoving. 70% undetectable if moving 2 feet (0.6 m) per melee round or slower. 20% undetectable if moving 6 feet (1.8 m) per melee round. Totally ineffective if moving any faster. This spell is effective against normal vision, see the invisible and most optic systems. A thermo-imager is likely to reveal the character, especially if he is hiding in a cold environment. However, if the air temperature or a machine he is hiding against is around the same temperature as his body temperature (within five degrees), the character is concealed even from it.

Range: Near self or up to 30 feet (9.1 m) away.
Duration: 12 melees/3 minutes (36 melees/9 minutes) per level of experience.
Saving Throw: None.
P.P.E.: Two
A small globe or sphere of true daylight is magically created. The light is bright enough to light up a 12 foot (3.6 m) area per each level of its creator's experience. Because it is daylight, it can ward off vampires and most other types of undead and demons who fear or are hurt by sunlight, keeping them at bay just beyond the edge of light. The creator of the globe can mentally move it along with himself, or send it up to thirty feet (9.1 m) ahead. The maximum speed at which the globe can travel is equal to a speed attribute of 12.

Range: 12 feet; one object.
Duration: One year (3 years) per level of experience.
Saving Throw: None.
P.P.E.: Five
The spell caster can protect his or her possessions and domicile by placing mystic alarms on them. The invocation creates invisible, ward-like symbols on anyone, specific, non-living object. If this object is touched or disturbed by anyone other than the spell caster, a silent alarm will buzz in the ward creator's head, alerting him to the intrusion, The alarm will alert the mage instantly, even if he is thousands of miles away or in another dimension. Once disturbed, the alarm disappears. The mystic alarm has a limited life of one year per level of its creator.

Range: 200 feet (61 m).
Duration: One minute (4 melee rounds) per each level of experience.
Saving Throw: None.
P.P.E.: Four
The character can see Astral beings, entities, Elementals, ghosts, objects, forces and creatures that can tum invisible or are naturally invisible. Even if the creature has no form per se, the mystic will be able to discern the vaporous image or energy sphere that is the being

R.C.C. Skills
Language: Dragonese/Elven -- 100% (+1%)
Literacy: Dragonese/Elven -- 55% (+5%)
Mathematics: Basic -- 60% (+5%)

Special Areas of Interest and Expertise
(Select a Special Area of Interest @ 1, 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 20 ;; These areas get a +15% + IQ bonus)
Language, English -- 76% (+3%)
Lore: Faeries & Creatures of Magic -- 45% (+5%, 1st level)

Secondary Skills
(+2 @ 2, 4, 8, 10, 15, 20)
History: Pre-Rifts (North America)-- 45%/37% (+4%)
Research -- 55% (+5%)
Literacy: English -- 35% (+5%, 1st level)
W.P. Sword (1st level)

Combat Data
HTH Type: Dragon
Number of Attacks: 4
Initiative Bonus: +2
Strike Bonus: +7
Parry Bonus: +9
Dodge Bonus: +9
HTH Damage Bonus: +3 (SN)
HTH Base Damage Breakdown:
  • 3D6 S.D.C. (Restrained)
  • 1D6 M.D.C. (Normal)
  • 2D6 M.D.C. (Power)
Bonus to Roll w/Punch: +2
Bonus to Pull a Punch: +4
Bonus to Disarm: +
  • 2d4+3 M.D.
  • 1D6+8 M.D.
  • 4D6 M.D. (increases to 6D6 M.D. as an adult) to a six foot wide area. The width of the blast enables the dragon to strike several opponents (2-6) simultaneously, if they are huddled closely together. Range: 100 feet. The Flame Wind Dragon may also fire small gouts of fire from its mouth reminiscent of a flamethrower, with each doing 2D6 M.D. a range of 300 feet. The fire breath may be used as often as desired but each blast counts as one melee attack/action.
  • This attack is primarily used with the Grappling Hold or as a bear hug type attack. In either case, the dragon must first grab and hold/hug its opponent, and then squeeze to inflict crushing damage. Crush damage is equal to punch M.D. and each crush/squeeze action counts as one of the dragon's melee attacks; double damage if the victim is half the dragon's size or smaller.
  • The standard shaping ability common to most dragons. With time and practice, the dragon can make the transition faster.
  • Rather than punch, claw or bite, the dragon can strike with its tail. The tail is a natural part of the dragon's combat style and is often used when foes attack from the rear or sides. The tail is not so prehensile that it can be used to grip, grab and carry items like a monkey, but it can slap and swat. Mega-Damage is equal to that of a punch as per Supernatural P.S. +1D6 (2D6 MD); M.D. bonuses may be applicable via Dragon Combat with experience.
  • Does damage equal to a power punch (2D6 MD), but counts as two melee attacks.
  • Wings are more than just extra appendages to a dragon. While most (not all) dragons can fly without their wings, they function as rudders and ailerons like on an airplane, adding to maneuverability. Wings can also make formidable weapons and can lash out to strike an opponent just like a punch attack (M.D. as per Supernatural P.S. (1D6 MD)).
  • Punch and/or Kick
  • (1 Melee Attack)
  • (1 Melee Attack)
  • A more controlled move in which the young dragon can grasp something (even people), like a dog, and carry or hold it in a vice-like grip without damaging the item. This delicate bite requires a roll of eleven (11) or higher to strike, otherwise, the item/person takes half the normal bite Mega-Damage!
  • The dragon's tail is agile enough to sweep the legs of an opponent (one or two if roughly the same size as the dragon, all within a 15 foot/4.6 m diameter if smaller and clustered together). Damage is a mere 1D6 M.D. plus victims knocked off their feet (roll to dodge) lose initiative and two melee attacks/actions. No physical damage if the dragon is only trying to knock them over.

Weapon Proficiencies
Aimed Shots: +3 to Strike Bonus (costs 2 actions)
Burst Shots: +1 to Strike Bonus
Called/Aimed Shots: +3 to Strike Bonus, 12+ Strike Roll Required (costs 3 actions)
Melee Called Shots: No bonus to Strike, No extra action cost

+1 to strike at levels 1, 3, 6, 9, 12, and 15. +1 to parry at levels 2, 4, 7, 10, and 13. +1 to strike when thrown at levels 4, 8, and 12; not designed for throwing.
- +1 to Strike

Saving Throw Bonuses
Coma/Death: +14%
Magic (varies): +6
Illusions: +2
Lethal Poison (14+): +5
Non-Lethal Poison (16+): +5
Insanity (12+): +4
Psionics (varies): +4
Horror Factor (varies): +4
Last edited by Gloriosa on Tue Apr 18, 2023 5:40 pm, edited 10 times in total.

Gloriosa's Equipment

Post by Gloriosa »


TW Lightning Spear (Note activation Cost)
Armored M.D.C. Biker’s Jacket
Streetwolf M.D.C. Combat Pants

Allocate your items into the categories listed in green!

Vehicles/Mounts are listed first.

Carried/In Hand

Worn on Person

Utility Belt
Attachment points can be utilized to carry 1 each of the following item types: sidearm, magazine, E-clip, grenade, canteen, food ration pack, minor items or individual tools.
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The backpack is padded, sealable, and lightly armored. Internal space can be utilized to carry a variety of items. Internal capacity is 30" long, 18" wide, and 6" deep. Items larger than a grenade will require more than one space.
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Stored in Vehicle

How to list Credits/Valuables:
Option 1: Secure or Non-Secure
Option 2: Universal Card or Black Card
Last: xxxx credits
Secure Universal Card: 1300 credits
Non-Secure Black Card: 2900 credits
  • Secure cards are coded to the user's identity...and traceable by the CS central bank. Useless if stolen!
  • Non-Secure cards are like the cash cards used today as gifts and usable by anyone. Readily available source of income if stolen!
Starting money and "Black Market Items": either post the value of such as credits in a Black Card, or be very specific.

Gear Stats

Armored M.D.C. Biker’s Jacket
  • M.D.C.: 15
  • Weight: 5.6 lbs.

Streetwolf M.D.C. Combat Pants
  • M.D.C.: 8
  • Weight: 2 lbs.

  • Damage: 2D6 M.D.
  • Payload: 1 E-Clip will last for approximately 1 hour of use
  • Weight: 3 lbs.
  • Features: None
  • Modifiers: None
  • Book Reference: p.259, R:UE

TW Lightning Spear
  • Range: close combat or 2000' (thrown)
  • Damage: 2D6+3 M.D. as a stabbing weapon, 1D6 M.D. from the blunt end/stick/rod, but 1D6x10 M.D. upon impact when thrown.
  • Weight: 8 lbs.
  • Features: Returns to owner when thrown.
  • Modifiers: +2 to strike when thrown, + 1 to strike and parry in hand to hand combat.
TW Characteristics:
  • TW Functions:
    • Used as a hand weapon or thrown.
    • Rare types (see costs below) return to owner when thrown.
  • Activation Cost: 28 P.P.E. or 54 l.S.P.
  • Device Level: Not stated
  • P.P.E. Construction Cost: 123 P.P.E.
  • Spell Chains Needed: Call Lightning (15) and Fly (15), Teleport: Lesser (15).
  • Physical Requirements: A 4-7' long rod of metal, plated in gold or copper.
  • Duration of Charge: One melee round per level of the user
  • Construction Time: Not stated
  • Construction Cost: Not stated
  • Book Reference: p.320, BoM


Gloriosa's Background

Post by Gloriosa »

Background Story
  • Post as a reply to your finalized character sheet.
  • Please include the applicable XP chart for your character at the bottom of this post.
  • Address the questions in this video, and your background is likely to be very solid.
  • Where were you born & what follows from that?
  • Who are/were your parents & what follows from that?
  • Are your parents still alive & what follows from that?
  • What were you doing before you started adventuring & what follows from that?
  • Why did you leave & what follows from that?
  • What did you leave behind & what follows from that?
  • What do you want & what follows from that?
  • Optionally, see also 20 questions to flesh out your character.
I hatched in the forest like any self-respecting Dragon should. It was summer; nice and warm outside but it was just me and the grove of trees surrounding me. I hunted for some food and then wandered. Where was I and what was my purpose? Why was I alone? After a few days, I stumbled upon what I would later find out was called "Kingsdale". There were many others, very different from me but I found one who looked like me, a Dragon.
"Excuse me, sir but where am I?"
He tried to eat me in response. I quickly learned that us Dragons don't really get along well.

I copied the forms of the most prevalent beings in the city; "Humans". Masquerading as one of their youth got me food when I needed it and when it was time to change back, I found my nest and settled in. Some times the young ones from the city would bring me treats and shiny things. That's how I became a collector. Of shiny things.

One day, a human hatchling was bringing me a shiny, like he said he would, and then there were some adult humans behind him. They had fancy things that I know are called "guns" but I had never seen one before.
"Thanks kid. Here's your 100 creds."
"Gee thanks mister!"
The hatchling ran off (what a jerk!) and the men pointed their guns at me. Vines erupted from the ground and held me in place. Another one made a block of ice form around me. I was trapped! They started loading me onto their truck. I got a close look at one of their guns and there were little winged people in them, screaming in pain! All hope was lost for all of us. They were going to turn me into a gun!

And that's when I met my best friend.

I won't bore you with the details but basically Hemlock whooped their butts and it was awesome. One guy totally cried for his mom (I wish my mom was here...). Anyway, it was totally cool. Then Hemlock took me on all the adventures even though she's old. And now we're going to find ourselves a home so we can amass power and make sure no more little winged people end up in glass jars ever again! Isn't that cool?!?! But to change the future, we have to learn about the past. Or at least that's what she said.
But how many seasons of Image does the past have?!

  1. What emotion best describes your character? Wonder, Excitement, Curious, Covetous, Brave.
  2. What emotion does your character evoke in others? Annoyance, Embarassment, Fear, Respect.
  3. What does your character need most? A home, friends and a hoard.
  4. What is your character’s goal in life? To become the savior of faerie folk from the hands of the Splugorth.
  5. How does your character believe this goal can be accomplished? By creating a team of heavy hitters to create an underground network of escape.
  1. Where did your character come from? Kingsdale.
  2. When did you grow up? Kingsdale.
  3. What values does your character hold? Freedom should be enjoyed by all innocent beings. Possessions are a marker of status. It's always OK to ask a question because knowledge is power.
  4. How does your character dress? In a human disguise, lots of red clothing. A sleeveless Gi is the standard.
  5. What are your character’s means? With no need to eat or drink, I don't require means. I do, however, like to collect shiny things.
  1. What are your character’s personal tastes? Anything he can find from Pre-Rifts Holovids. Neon, fireballs, muscles, tubular, spinkicks.
  2. What are your character’s opinions? The Splugorth are bad. Like, really bad. They shouldn't keep all the nice faeries in weapon bottles. I guess they want to do that to me too. No way, man.
  3. What is your character’s comfort zone? I like resting on a pile of gold, eating a
    • Pickled Herring and Caramel Fudge Topping, Marshmallow and Asparagus
    • Jellybeans and Mushrooms
    • Granola and licorice
    and watching a holovid.
  4. Who has had the biggest impact on your character’s life? My best friend, Hemlock.
  5. What are some of your character’s unexpected quirks? I ask a lot of questions because I don't understand everything about the world yet. If I get upset, my hair can sometimes get fiery.
Play Details
  1. What kind of story does your character belong in? One full of exploration. Sight seeing is important as well as saving innocents.
  2. What role does your character fill? Esoteric combat (Magic and Psionics mixed with some brute strength), the sidekick.
  3. What should the other players know about your character? I want to learn. So teach me the little things about your culture/life.
  4. What is your play style? Explorer, Supportive
  5. How do you want your character to die? In a fight against a horde of Splugorth minions or better yet, a Splugorth itself.
Wish List
  • Item 1: TW Firestaff
    Item 2: TW Flaming Sword
    Item 3: Wardrobe Amulet
    Item 4: Talisman of Invincible Armor
Short Term Goals:
  • Goal 1: Find courageous friends.
    Suggested Solutions (Goal 1): Go to MercTown and talk to the various groups present.
    Goal 2: Find a home.
    Suggested Solutions (Goal 2): Either move in with a group in MercTown or find a residence in the area.
    Goal 3: Stick with Hemlock
    Suggested Steps and Solutions (Goal 3): Just don't lose my friend. Can't be that hard, right?
Mid Term Goals:
  • Goal 1: Generate contacts within Atlantis to undermine it's rulers
    Suggested Steps and Solutions (Goal 1): Find out who knows who and make myself useful. Once they trust me, I can ask for assistance.
    Goal 2: Learn about the world
    Suggested Steps and Solutions (Goal 2): Read books! Watch holovids! Listen to stories!
    Goal 3: Equip myself for the coming conflict. AKA get a horde.
    Suggested Solutions (Goal 3): Do missions, get paid, sleep on money, do more missions, get money to spend on the coolest magic stuff, sleep on that, do even more missions, get better magic stuff, use that for liberation.
Long Term Goals:
  • Goal 1: Infiltrate Atlantis
    Suggested Steps and Solutions (Goal 1): Use contacts from Atlantis to secure footing there. Hide out, develop a proper alias, use the cool magic stuff to pretend to be a wizard. No one suspects wizards!
    Goal 2: Liberate Faeries!
    Suggested Steps and Solutions (Goal 2): Find out where the faeries are being held and get them home! Maybe a teleport spell could work...
    Goal 3: Find my parents
    Suggested Steps and Solutions (Goal 3): I want to know why they left. I can ask other dragons if they know the names Kerrarvala or Aghaingeir. Track them down. Get answers.
  1. Is the character verbose or stoic? Verbose! I definitely like to talk a lot because talking is how you ask questions. Unless you're using telepathy, then you're mind talking!
  2. Is the character funny or dour? Funny. Life is beautiful and there's so much fun to be had!
  3. Is the character a follower or a leader? Follower. I don't know enough to lead yet, but I hope I will some day soon!
  4. How does the character react when under pressure? The only way through is through! You've got to deal with whatever's been put in front of you.
  5. Does the character volunteer for tasks? Yeah! I love to help out!
  6. Is the character friendly? My friends tell me I am!
  7. Does the character offer mercy? So much mercy. Except to the Splugorth. They suck.
  8. Is the character curious and/or adventurous? Yes and yes! The most.
  9. Is the character prejudiced about anything? Slavers. They are bad and there's nothing that'll tell me otherwise.
  10. How does the character react to aliens? Humans are the weird ones. Everyone else is just trying to survive! But as long as they aren't trying to hurt me, everyone is fine.
  11. How does the character react when the character is the victim of prejudice? Well, there's nothing I can do about that besides remove myself from the situation. But they'll hopefully grow and learn. That's what we all should be doing.
  12. What is the character's passion? Exploration, shiny/magic things and freedom!
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Gloriosa's Worksheet

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I.Q.: 3d6+5: [6, 6, 2]+5 = 19
M.E.: 3d6+5: [6, 3, 6]+5 = 20
M.A.: 3d6+5: [3, 6, 2]+5 = 16
P.S.: 3d6+5: [5, 5, 1]+5 = 16 (Supernatural)
P.P.: 3d6+10: [6, 3, 5]+10 = 24
P.E.: 3d6+10: [5, 2, 5]+10 = 22
P.B.: 3d6+5: [1, 3, 2]+5 = 11
Spd.: 3d6+10: [5, 4, 6]+10 = 25

P.P.E.: 2d4*10: [3, 2]*10 = 50
I.S.P.: 1d6*10: [5]*10 = 50
M.D.C.: 1d4*100: [1]*10 = 10
Hit Points: 1d4*100: [2]*10 = 20
S.D.C.: 3d6*10: [6, 3, 3]*10 = 120
Armor Rating: 11

Bonuses: +1 attack/action per melee round, +2 on initiative, +2 to strike, +2 to parry, +2 to dodge, +4 to pull punch, +2 to roll with impact, +4 to save vs Horror Factor, +2 to save vs magic and illusions, +1 on all other saving throws.

Damage: Claws: +8 M.D. to attack. Bite: 2D4 M.D. Tail: Punch damage+1D6 MD

Level 2:
P.P.E.: 3d6: [2, 6, 2] = 10
M.D.C.: +10
S.D.C.: 3d6: [4, 4, 6] = 14
I.S.P: 1d8: [3] = 3

Level 3:
P.P.E.: 3d6: [4, 3, 4] = 11
M.D.C.: +10
S.D.C.: 3d6: [2, 4, 3] = 9
I.S.P: 1d8: [8] = 8
Spells: 2d4+2: [1, 2]+2 = 5 from levels 1-3
  1. Armor of Ithan (Level 3)
  2. Chamelon (Level 2)
  3. Globe of Daylight (Level 1)
  4. See the Invisible (Level 1)
  5. Mystic Alarm (Level 2)
  6. Turn Dead (Level 2)
  7. Breathe Without Air (Level 3)
  8. Create Wood (Level 3)
  9. Extinguish Fire (Level 2)
  10. Sense Evil (Level 1)
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