Medium Human Male 6'8", gray eyes,
brown hair, 16 years old
Barbarian 1st Level
Hit Dice: 1d12+3 (15 hit points) [17 hit points when raged]
Speed: 40 ft
AC: 13 (11 when raged)
Attacks: +5 (+7 when raged) Greataxe melee; or +5 (+7 when raged) Greatsword melee; or +4 Longbow ranged
Damage: Greataxe 1d12+6 (1d12+8 when raged); or Greatsword 2d6+6 (2d6+8 when raged) or Longbow 1d8
Face/Reach: 5ft by 5ft/5ft
Special Attacks: Rage 3/day
Special Qualities: Fast Movement
Saves: Fort +4 Ref +3 Will +2 (+4 when raged)
Abilities: Str 18 (22 when raged) Dex 17 Con 16 (20 when raged), Int 14, Wis 15, Cha 16
Skills: Climb +8, Craft (leatherworking) +6, Intimidate +7, Jump +8, Listen +7, Move Silently +4, Spot +3, Survival +6
Feats: Combat Reflexes, Extra Rage
Challenge Rating: 1
Treasure: Cold weather outfit (+5 circumstance bonus to Fort saves vs. weather), Greataxe, Greatsword, Longbow, 20 arrows, 9 gold pieces
Alignment: Chaotic Good
Advancement: By Character Class
there was a time when the great heroes slept, and in their passing, the land
grew bleak and dire.
Ice moved to devour the world and drink the oceans.
There are no writings that tell of the times that followed, and the lays
of the minstrels are few and broken.
There are no runes, no stones, no pages that will reveal the history of
the forgotten times.
But I, Yrminthingle, son of Thingle, know.
Through some device of fate, I alone have been allowed to hear the
whisperings of the bones of those mighty and forgotten men that yawned from the
deeps of the world when the ice drew back and the new Age began.
So, hear me, and hear me well, for now I shall endeavor to tell you of
the lost times, of the lost heroes, of the age that was no Age--- the Age of between...
~ The Chronicles of Sataan the Yeti Warrior
Sataan is a young barbarian from the lands of
Tarkania during the Ice Age that followed the Cataclysm of the Fourth Age.
After meeting a young psychic warrior named Neyda the Kermute, Sataan slew three
bugbears. After his rage ended, his wounds caused his unconsciousness. He
was rescued by Finuke, who took Sataan and Neyda (who was mortally wounded by
the bugbears) to the shaman of Sozluk, Hramir. Hramir saved Sataan and
Neyda and introduced the pair to Chief Sozluk. Sataan felt he owed a debt
to Chief Sozluk and asked for a chore to do. Chief Sozluk mentioned that a
rival chief, named Sindren, was building a powerful forge. Sozluk wanted
Sindren's forge destroyed. Sataan of Tarkania agreed to destroy this
forge. Neyda went with him, as did Finuke.
The second day out, the trio encountered a giant, and snuck around him. They then came upon the encampment of Chief Sindren. Sataan decided to hunt some wolves to scare the cattle of Sindren. Finuke felt he could befriend a wolf, which was soon accomplished. The wolf scared off the cattle, and many men of Sindren went off. The trio snuck around toward the forge and attacked after setting off a tripwire alarm.
During the melee, Sataan of Tarkania killed the evil shaman of Chief Sindren, and then killed Chief Sindren. Sataan destroyed the forge and returned to Chief Sozluk. He gave the chief some tools and weapons, as well as the heads of Sindren and his shaman.
Continue to Level 2 of Sataan
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