Olis Veit

Olis Veit is a Hardy Warrior who Looks For Trouble

Description:

Height: 6’0" Weight: 190# Eye: Blue Hair: Light brown and gray

Might Pool 26, Edge 3
Speed Pool 16, Edge 3
Intellect Pool 12, Edge 0
Effort: 4
Recovery Roll: 1d6+7

HARDY
Mighty
Fast Healer
Unstoppable
Skill: Trained in Might defense
Inability: The difficulty of any task involving initiative is increased by one step.
Ponderous: When you apply Effort when making a Speed roll, you must spend 1 extra point from your Speed Pool.

WARRIOR
TIER 1
Effort 1
Physical Nature Might Edge 1, Speed Edge 0, Intellect Edge 0.
Cypher Use 2
Practiced With All Weapons
Extra Edge
No Need for Weapons
Pierce
Practiced in Armor
ADVANCEMENT
+4 to Pool
+1 to Edge: Might
+1 Effort
Skill: Resist Fear

TIER 2
Mighty Blow
Skill With Attacks (Heavy Bladed)
ADVANCEMENT
+4 Pool
+1 Edge: Speed
+1 Effort
Other: +2 to recovery rolls

TIER 3
Fury
Deadly Aim
Trick Shot
ADVANCEMENT
+4 Pool
+1 Edge: Might
+1 Effort
Other: Skill With Attacks (Heavy Ranged)
Skill (2 pt) River Boat Crew
Skill (2 pt) Riding Motorcycles
Skill (2 pt) 0-G Maneuvering

TIER 4
Capable Warrior
Experienced Defender
ADVANCEMENT
+4 Pool
+1 Edge: Speed
+1 Effort
Other: Skill With Defense (Intellect)
Skill (2 pt) Talk With Venture

TIER 5
Great Skill With Attack (Heavy Ranged)
Mastery With Armor
Mastery With Defense: Speed

LOOKS FOR TROUBLE
TIER 1:
Brawler
Wound Tender
TIER 2: (substitute)
Defensive Combat Training: Speed
TIER 3 (substitute)
Fusion Armor
TIER 4
Knock Out
Built-in Weaponry
TIER 5
Epic Fighter (Heavy Bladed)

Bio:

The first son inherits the business in a merchant family. The second son would get some amount of education and become a priest or a scholar. Olis, being the third son, was shipped off early to have a military care. Due to his exceptional strength, Olis survived many deadly encounters early on. He gradually rose through the ranks over the years gaining more training, more aches and scars, more responsibilities, and more cynicism. After 15 years of service, he earned a farming land grant and technically retired from what he calls the stupidity of the nobles. For the next 5 years he earned his keep as a free mercenary, choosing his battles wisely. Of course, it is an inherently dangerous business. He has a little sister named Ilsa whom he adores. She married an old comrade of his, and they have several children. Half of his pay is sent to Ilsa to help support her and her family.

Olis Veit

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