Pieter Talbot

Very Angry Paladin


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Pieter, level 3
Human, Paladin (Blackguard)
Vice: Vice of Fury
Human Power Selection Option: Bonus At-Will Power
Auspicious Birth (Auspicious Birth Benefit)
Theme: Guardian

STR 18, CON 12, DEX 10, INT 8, WIS 12, CHA 16

STR 16, CON 12, DEX 10, INT 8, WIS 12, CHA 16

AC: 21 Fort: 17 Ref: 15 Will: 16
HP: 45 Surges: 11 Surge Value: 11

Athletics +8, Bluff +9, Endurance +5, Intimidate +9, Thievery +4

Acrobatics –1, Arcana +0, Diplomacy +4, Dungeoneering +2, Heal +2, History +0, Insight +2, Nature +2, Perception +2, Religion +0, Stealth –1, Streetwise +4

Basic Attack: Melee Basic Attack
Basic Attack: Ranged Basic Attack
Guardian Attack: Guardian’s Counter
Paladin Attack: Dread Smite
Paladin Utility: Shroud of Shadow
Paladin Attack 1: Ardent Strike
Paladin Attack 1: Vengeance Strike
Paladin Attack 1: Ferocious Strike
Paladin Utility 2: Vice’s Reward

Level 1: Cunning Stalker
Level 1: Weapon Proficiency (Bastard sword)
Level 2: Heavy Blade Expertise

Plate Armor
Adventurer’s Kit
Bastard sword
Light Shield
Lifedrinker Bastard sword +1 x1
Anakore Scale Armor +1 x1
Potion of Healing
Heavy Shield x1
== End ==


Born the 4th son of a lesser noble, young Pieter did the most logical thing, he joined the ranks of the Church knights. After his training, he was sent to the colonies to protect the faithful. In reality, he and his fellows were used take care of politically messy situations under the auspices of the church. After several months of eliminating "heretics’, Pieter began to loose faith in the orthodox teachings of the church. He saw the strong using their political and religious power to push their agendas on the weak. Pieter despised the strong for being hypocrites and disdained the weak for accepting the status quo. He then joined a splinter group of the church that believed that conflict lead to strength as only the strong survived. The weak were unworthy and culled. After his superiors found out about his new beliefs, Pieter was asked to go on a “pilgrimage”, were didn’t matter, as long as he was out of site.

Pieter Talbot

Tales of Lorakain Taldir