Half-Elf (Human-Raised) Monk (Maneuver Master) 1
LN Medium Humanoid (elf, human)
Init 2 Dex)
hp 9 (1d8+1)
Fort 4, Will 2/x2) and
Unarmed strike 2/x2)
Str 14, Dex 14, Con 11, Int 13, Wis 18, Cha 7
Base Atk 2 (1 Bluff, 1; Senses low-light vision, scent; Perception 1 Dex)
hp 13 (2d8+4)
Fort 4 vs. hot or cold environments and to resist damage from suffocation), Ref 0
Speed 30 ft.
Melee Hooves x2 (Mule) 1/x2)
Str 13, Dex 13, Con 14, Int 2, Wis 11, Cha 4
Base Atk 2; CMD 13 (17 vs. Trip)
Feats Endurance, Run
Skills Acrobatics -2 (2 to resist nonlethal damage from exhaustion)
Other Gear Backpack (12 @ 24 lbs), Bedroll (4), Blanket (4), Cooking kit, Firewood (per day), Flint and steel, Mess kit (4), Pack saddle, Rope, Tindertwig, Torch (10), Trail rations (8), Waterskin, You have no money!
Endurance feet by sense of smell.
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Tuck was raised along with his brother in a small fishing village by his mother and father. When he and his younger brother, Rob, were around the ages of 10 and 11, their father, Chase, began them on a rigorous training routine. At first, the training was hard but Tuck and his brother enjoyed the challenge and the time they were able to spend with their father. By the time they turned 13 and 14, however, their father had begun their training in earnest and revealed to them the reason for their training: revenge. The boys’ mother, Kara, had been hurt badly at the hands of some half-monster bandits. Chase had saved her but not before some of them had had their way with her. Chase took her back to her parents and checked in on her frequently, in fact, he was at her side as often as he could be during her recovery. Before long, Kara suspected that she was pregnant. For fear for her unborn, sub-human child, Kara wanted to flee the town, so Chase took her by night and they fled to the small fishing village they now called home. When the elf-boy was born, they named him Tuck. Tuck only had a trace of elf-blood in him, only half of what his mirky-blooded father possessed, but that was more than enough to force his parents to hide the truth from their neighbors.
Tuck and Rob were both filled with rage at hearing the tale. Over the next few years of training, their father became more and more obsessed with revenge, pushing the boys far beyond what was healthy. Tuck learned to channel and focus his rage, the target being those bandits and others like them. Rob’s anger was not so well contained, however. He became angry at the world, and especially at sub-humans, swearing revenge against them all. Tuck saw it from a different angle, instead hating any who would use their strength to oppress or abuse the weak, showing no partiality towards humans or non. Tuck’s differing perspective eventually produced such a rift between himself and the rest of his family that he was forced to leave his home, making his own way in the world.
As Tuck wandered, he continued to train himself in self-discipline and in combat. He gained some experience in fighting off robbers and thugs, and even had the chance to turn a good deed or two. He has had to leave more than one town in a hurry when he either defended a nonhuman or his own nonhuman ancestry was discovered. While his ideals are bright and clear, his path is not. He feels without any direction, not knowing how to fulfill his calling to defend the weak.