Brother Padrig

Residing at Glen Luce Abbey, Padrig may be new to the cloth, but this older veteran brings his desire for compasion and justice to the people he tends to.

Description:

Brother Padrig

Characteristics Int +2, Per +2, Pre 0, Com +1, Str 0, Sta 0, Dex 0, Qik 0
Size: 0
Age: 45
Decrepitude: 0 (3 Aging Points)
Warping Score: 0 (0)
Confidence: 1 (3)

Virtues and Flaws: Clear Thinker, Herbalist, Intuition, Mendicant Friar, Social Contacts (Crusaders), Compassionate (Major), Temperate, Monastic Vows

Personality Traits: Forgiving +2, Skeptical +3, Brave, +2

Combat:
Dodge: Init: 0, Attack 0, Defense +4, Damage 0
Dagger: Init: 0, Attack +6, Defense +4, Damage +2
Quarterstaff: Init +2, Attack +5, Defense +5, Damage +2
Short Sword: Init +1, Attack +8, Defense +6, Damage +5
Long Bow: Init -2, Attack +8, Defense 3, Damage +8
Soak:0
Fatigue levels: OK, 0, -1, -3, -5, Unconscious
Wound Penalties: -1 (1-5), -3 (6-10), -5 (11-15), Incapacitated (16-20), Dead (21)

Abilities: Arabic 1 (Insults), Area Lore: England 1 (History), Area Lore: Near East 2 (Crusades), Area Lore: Galloway 3 (Flora), Area Lore: Wales 2 (History), Artes Liberalis 2 (Logic), Awareness 4 (Searching), Bows 3 (Longbow), Brawl 4 (Grapple), Charm 3 (Calming), Chiurgy 4 (Diagnosis), Church Lore 2 (Saints), English 2 (Military), Etiquette 2 (Church), Folk Ken 5 (Soldiers), Great Weapon 1 (Staff), Greek 1 (Medical), Guile 2 (Omission), Herbalism 4 (Diagnosis), Hunt 2 (Tracking), Intrigue 3 (Plotting), Latin 4 (Medical), Music 1 (Singing), Profession: Apothecary 4 (Finding Ingredients), Ride 1 (Mule), Scot Gaelic 4 (Slang), Single Weapon 3 (Shortsword), Survival 2 (Scavenging), Swimming 1 (Distances), Welsh 5 (Poetry)

Equipment: (Enc:1) Habit, traveling accouterments, satchel with basic medical supplies and herbs, walking stick, dagger, mule (“Daisy”).

Bio:

Born in 1176 in a small welsh village. In 1190, he joined King Richard’s campaign to the Holy Land as a bowman. He participated in the siege of Acre and the battle of Arsuf before returning to Britain in late 1195. In 1202 he again took up the cross at the request of his old comrades. This time however, he witnessed, and participated in, the tragedy at Constantinople in 1204. Jaded and consumed by remorse, he retreated in 1207 to the monastery and the life of a simple healer.

Brother Padrig

Quaerentes in Extremis seniormagus AetherS