Quaerentes in Extremis
Former Prostitute who excels as a Blacksmith
Covenant: Quaerentes in Extremis
Saga: Loch Leglean
Characteristics: Int 0, Per +1 , Pre +1, Com 0, Str +1, Sta +1, Dex +1, Qik 0
Age: 37 (37), Height: 5’7’’, Weight: 140 lbs, Gender: Female
Warping Score: 0 (0)
Virtues and Flaws: Peasant, Craftsman, inoffensive to animals, affinity with Blacksmithing, gossip; Fear, disfigured, poor
Personality Traits: Loyal +1, Motherly +3, Diligent +1, Frightened of Men -3
Dodge: Init: 0 , Attack: , Defense: +2 , Damage:
Dagger: Init: 0 , Attack: +5, Defense: +2, Damage: +4
Smith’s Hammer: Init: +1 , Attack: +3, Defense: +1, Damage: +4
Fist: Init: 0 , Attack: +3, Defense: +2, Damage: +1
Kick: Init: -1 , Attack: +3, Defense: +1, Damage: +4
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: English 5, Area Lore (England) 2, Awareness 3, Athletics 2, Brawl 2, Swim 1, Animal Handling 5, Leadership (Inspiration) 3, Music (Singing) 2, Profession (Blacksmith) 8, Ride 1, Teaching 4, guile (lying to authority) 2, intrigue (gossip) 3
Equipment: Good quality smithing tools; Peasant Clothes
Encumbrance: 2 (2)
Companion – Dog named Grit, a lovable but defensive mastiff.
Poor upbringing, no known family remaining. Ex-prostitute who ran away from her pimp after he disfigured her by a cutting a scar into her face when she failed to earn enough to satisfy him because of her timid nature. Hornsworth took her in and, seeing a hidden talent, apprenticed her to be a blacksmith, using his wealth to overcome her master’s reticence at apprenticing a girl. She also picked up a bit of animal husbandry and trains dogs.
She had been on the estate for year prior to Eckhart’s arrival and was something of a motherly figure to the orphans being schooled there. She is generally fearful around all men and suspects they have ulterior motives and intend to hurt her.
Eckhart took her off the estate to join him in his travels in order to have someone he trusted to maintain his weapons. She tepidly disagreed, enjoying her place at the manor, but Eckhart’s want for a sharp sword was greater than his sympathy for Rissa’s feelings.