Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Guests of the Lodging House

Detailed below are some of the many different personalities that one might encounter in Haiuk's establishment.


Kralow, Zabrak Bodyguard (Rival)
Brawn 3 Cunning 2 Presence 2
Agility 3 Intellect 2 Willpower 2

Soak: 3
Wound Threshold: 15
Strain Threshold: 14
M/R Defense: 1 / 1

Skills: Athletics 2, Brawl 2, Coercion 1, Cool 2, Gunnery 1, Lore 1, Melee 2, Perception 2, Ranged—Heavy 3, Ranged—Light 2, Resilience 1, Survival 1, Vigilance 2

Talents: Barrage, Body Guard, Brace, Defensive Stance, Durable, Grit, Hard Headed, Side Step, Toughened

Abilities: Free rank in Perception or Resistance

Equipment: Armored clothing, light repeating blaster, blaster pistol, vibrosword, vibroknife, comlink, 500 credits
Zay Tesmrik, Human Scoundrel (Rival)
Brawn 2 Cunning 3 Presence 3
Agility 2 Intellect 2 Willpower 2

Soak: 2
Wound Threshold: 12
Strain Threshold: 12
M/R Defense: 0 / 0

Skills: Charm 2, Computers 1, Cool 1, Core Worlds 1, Deception 2, Lore 2, Negotiation 1, Outer Rim 2, Perception 2, Ranged—Light 1, Skulduggery 2, Stealth 2, Streetwise 2, Underworld 2, Vigilance 1

Talents: One free rank in each of two non-career skills

Abilities: Black Market Contacts, Convincing Demeanor, Quick Strike, Rapid Reaction, Side Step

Equipment: Clothing, blaster pistol, comlink, datapad, sabacc deck, 2000 credits

Zay Tesmrik is a Human of Dathomiri origin, and her exotic appearance—pale complexion, dark hair and eyes, and elaborate facial tattoos—hint at her background. About a year ago she managed to slip offworld with her friend and bodyguard, Kralow, in tow. Now the pair make their living through Zay's schemes, relying on her sabacc winnings, various schemes and the occasional job that he undertakes. The Human tends to be flirtatious and adventurous; what she hasn't completely recognized is that Kralow has fallen in love with her, and is becoming jealous of the beings to whom she gives her attention.


Using these Beings in an Edge of the Empire Campaign
This pair of travelers can be incorporated into an Edge of the Empire campaign in many different ways; a few of the possibilities are detailed here.
  • One or more PCs could be drawn into one of Zay's sabacc games.
  • Zay could also serve as an informant, trading information about lucrative opportunities for cash or services rendered.
  • It's even odds of whether the offer is legitimate or just some kind of scam, of course.
  • Should one of the PCs take an interest in Zay, Kralow could become belligerent.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

The Lodging House

Many of the beings who come to Nal Hutta do so because they have business with the leaders of the various kajidics. Unless they are planning to stay in a given Hutt's palace for an extended period of time, most of them require only temporary lodging. Taking advantage of that need, an enterprising Whiphid bounty hunter who was approaching the twilight of his career—and who'd lost a leg in a run-in with a wild beast—decided to invest his earnings in an establishment that catered to such traffic. He gave it the somewhat uninspired name of the Lodging House, and now sells a new kind of service to the many beings who come and go on the planet.

The Lodging House
Haiuk's establishment is a squat, broad building, two stories in height. Broad double doors serve as the main entrance, while a smaller door provides a secondary exit in the back. The building is made of pourstone over a durasteel frame, making it very strong indeed.



1. Main Room
Twenty-five tables fill this area. There is also a bar along the wall opposite the main entrance. Stairways and turbolifts provide access from here to the upper level, and double doors behind the bar lead back to the kitchen.

2. Kitchen
While certainly not fancy, this area is quite functional, and Haiak and his staff use it to prepare all manner of dishes for their guests.

3. Pantry
This room is well stocked with nonperishable food items; what is more, a trapdoor in the floor leads to an underground vault in which fresh meat, ale and similar items are stored.

4. Private Rooms
There are two of these small areas, separated from the main hall and therefore providing a little more privacy for those beings who wish to conduct their business without drawing unwanted attention.

5. Refreshers
These small rooms boast all the expected features.



6. Sleeping Quarters
The stairs and turbolifts from the lower level open into this area. A pair of hallways provide access to more than two dozen rooms, each of which is equipped with a bed, a storage closed, a desk and a small refresher.


Haiuk the Whiphid (Rival)
Brawn 4 Cunning 3 Presence 2
Agility 3 Intellect 1 Willpower 2

Soak: 5
Wound Threshold: 17
Strain Threshold: 11
M/R Defense: 0 / 0

Skills: Athletics 1, Brawl 3, Coercion 2, Cool 1, Medicine 1, Melee 3, Perception 2, Ranged—Heavy 2, Resilience 3, Stealth 2, Survival 3, Vigilance 2

Talents: Forager, Grit, Outdoorsman, Stalker, Toughened

Abilities: Claws: Brawl attacks do Brawn +1 damage and have Critical 3; Scent: remove a setback die caused by concealment for targets within Short Range; Insulated Fur: remove a setback die from skill checks caused by a cold environment.

Equipment: Padded armor, slugthrower rifle, walking stick (doubles as truncheon), obviously cybernetic replacement leg (right)

Haiuk has reached the twilight of his career, but hasn't lost his zeal for the hunt. To that end, he still loves to tell tales of past adventures, and to hear similar stories from his guests. One should not assume that he's completely past his prime, however; even with the limp that comes from a poorly matched replacement, he is still formidable in a fight. The Whiphid tends to cut his patrons a fair amount of slack, but those who cross the line with him or with other visitors are soon to learn better.


Whiphid Staff (Minions)
Brawn 3 Cunning 2 Presence 2
Agility 2 Intellect 1 Willpower 2

Soak: 5
Wound Threshold: 5 each
Strain Threshold: NA
M/R Defense: 0 / 0

Skills (group only): Brawl, Melee, Perception, Ranged—Heavy

Talents: None

Abilities: Claws: Brawl attacks do Brawn +1 damage and have Critical 3; Scent: remove a setback die caused by concealment for targets within Short Range; Insulated Fur: remove a setback die from skill checks caused by a cold environment.

Equipment: Padded armor, vibrosword, slugthrower rifle

While the quality of their service certainly leaves something to be desired, there's no arguing the fact that these Whiphids help to maintain a peaceful environment in the Lodging House. Each is utterly loyal to Haiuk, and together they are a match for just about any unruly customer.


Using the Lodging House in an Edge of the Empire Campaign
This establishment can be incorporated into an Edge of the Empire campaign in many different ways; a few of the possibilities are detailed here.
  • First and foremost, beings who have business with the Hutts on Nal Hutta might stay here during their downtime.
  • Given the nature of the establishment's clientele, one could run into all sorts of unsavory (and potentially lucrative) business here.
  • The PCs could be hired to steal an item or some information from a being staying here; alternately, they could suffer such predations if they possess something of value.
  • Rumor has it that Haiuk is a spy for Lady Valarian on Tatooine, but most beings believe that to be an unfounded and rather speciesist rumor.


Monday, November 17, 2014

Slarr's Sail Barge

When he needs to travel on Nal Hutta, Slarr the Hutt prefers to do so in style. That's why his underlings maintain an Ubrikkian Luxury-class sail barge, one outfitted to suit Slarr's personal tastes.




The Sail Barge
This vessel, like many of its type, has two decks, along with a raised platform in the rear. The upper deck is partially open to the sky above, excepting the billowing sail canopy. From it, stairs lead up to the aft platform as well as to the main deck below. There is also a cargo lift used for loading supplies and Slarr himself. Beneath the aft platform is a small space for crew members and guards, along with a refresher unit. The main deck boasts a full kitchen and pantry, along with a broad main chamber. This area features shuttered windows that can be opened for passengers to view passing scenery or any sort of spectacle arranged for the Hutt's enjoyment.


Tescali Ru, Human Pilot (Rival)
Brawn 2 Cunning 2 Presence 2
Agility 3 Intellect 2 Willpower 2

Soak: 2
Wound Threshold: 12
Strain Threshold: 12
M/R Defense: 0 / 0

Skills: Computers 1, Cool 2, Coordination 1, Gunnery 2, Mechanics 2, Perception 1, Piloting—Planetary 3, Piloting—Space 2, Ranged—Light 2, Streetwise 1, Underworld 1, Vigilance 2

Talents: Dead to Rights, Full Throttle, Improved Dead to Rights, Improved Full Throttle, Let's Ride, Skilled Jockey

Abilities: One rank in each of two non-class skills

Equipment: Pilot's jumpsuit, vest, blaster pistol, comlink

Tescali Ru is a young Corellian pilot whose sense of self-assurance borders on cockiness. Even so, she is more than qualified to pilot Slarr the Hutt's sail barge. While the job doesn't exactly challenge her abilities, she sees it as a stepping stone to piloting a starship and making important runs on behalf of her Hutt boss. Until then she is content to fulfill her current assignment. Even so, she dreams of having her own ship, contending with the powers that be, and perhaps even challenging Solo's record for the Kessel Run.


Other Characters
When traveling on his sail barge, Slarr the Hutt is generally accompanied by his majordomo, Eom Nivlem; various Nikto servants; Tenrep Cray, his chief of security; and multiple Aqualish bodyguards.


Using the Sail Barge in an Edge of the Empire Campaign
This vehicle can be incorporated into an Edge of the Empire campaign in many different ways; a few of the possibilities are detailed here.
  • PCs who are working their way into Slarr's good graces might be assigned as guards for one of his expeditions, and thus could face danger when the Hutt's enemies stage an attack.
  • On the flipside of the credcoin, the same characters could be hired to stage an attack while Slarr is out for a voyage, thereby facing off against the many guards who are protecting him.
  • Should the sail barge suffer a catastrophic breakdown while floating through one of Nal Hutta's many swamps, the PCs could be called upon to stage a rescue.



Sunday, November 16, 2014

The Itinerant Gungan

There's an old saying in the galaxy: “It's a dirty job, but some being's got to do it.” This summarizes well the career of Lulu Ogrin, a Gungan who lives on Nal Hutta and works for Slarr the Hutt. Piloting his skiff, Lulu performs two main tasks. One is that he explores the swamps of that planet, harvesting pockets of swamp gas for use as fuel. The other is that he disposes of refuse for his boss, no questions asked. Sometimes that latter part requires him to find places where recently deceased organic remains need to be buried so deeply that no one will ever see them again.

Lulu Ogrin, Gungan Refuse Hauler/Swamp Gas Harvester (Rival)
Brawn 2 Cunning 2 Presence 1
Agility 3 Intellect 2 Willpower 2

Soak: 3
Wound Threshold: 12
Strain Threshold: 12
M/R Defense: 0 / 0

Skills: Athletics 1, Brawl 1, Cool 1, Coordination 1, Mechanics 1, Melee 1, Negotiation 2, Outer Rim 1, Perception 2, Piloting—Planetary 2, Ranged—Light 2, Streetwise 1, Survival 3, Underworld 1, Vigilance 2

Talents: Forager, Heightened Awareness, Natural Hunter, Quick Strike, Rapid Recovery

Abilities: One free rank in Coordination; Hold Breath: Gungans can hold their breath for a number of rounds equal to 10 times their Brawn rating before they risk suffocating; Natural Swimmers: Gungans never suffer penal- ties to movement while traveling through water.

Equipment: Heavy clothing, blaster pistol, force pike, comlink

Lulu performs his assigned tasks with a typical Gungan outlook—he is friendly and cheerful, even to the point of seeming obnoxious. That mask conceals a calculating individual, however, one who is always on the lookout for opportunities to better his position in the galaxy. Should he be given a chance to betray his Hutt master and escape his life of drudgery, he might just take it.


Using Lulu in an Edge of the Empire Campaign
This itinerant Gungan can be incorporated into an Edge of the Empire campaign in many different ways; a few of the possibilities are detailed here.
  • PCs who are trying to gain employment from Slarr the Hutt might first be assigned to help Lulu with an unappealing task.
  • Alternately, those who are trying to infiltrate Slarr's court might seek out the Gungan and persuade him to help them do so.
  • When an important being turns up missing, and the PCs need to find out what happened to him/her/it, they might seek out Lulu in order to find the body.
  • Should Lulu discover an opportunity to turn the table on his Hutt employer, he could recruit the PCs to help him do so.

Lulu's Skiff
The pride and joy of this itinerant Gungan is his Ubrikkian Bantha II cargo skiff. It is presented below in a format that the GM can print to scale and use for running scenes involving it or similar vehicles.





Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Wogg the Tusker

The stereotype among Gamorreans is that they have dark green skin, porcine features and brutish personalities. Wogg the Tusker differs from that image in at least three ways. For one thing, he has pinkish skin. For another, he is an introspective, pacifistic soul, one who respects all forms of life and wishes to see them live together in harmony. Finally, he is sensitive to that mysterious energy field known as the Force.



Wogg's Dwelling
This unusual Gamorrean lives in a crude mud hut. Inside it he has built a rough bed, a hearth and a desk at which to write about his musings. A stout post rises up through the center of it, a skin covers the doorway, and a hole in the roof provides ventilation. Around the outside of the hut he has built a fence for containing the watch-beasts that he raises—a male, three females and six young.


Wogg the Tusker (Rival)
Brawn 3 Cunning 2 Presence 2
Agility 2 Intellect 2 Willpower 3

Soak: 3
Wound Threshold: 15
Strain Threshold: 11
M/R Defense: 0 / 0

Skills: Athletics 1, Brawl 1, Discipline 2, Lore 3, Medicine 1, Melee 2, Negotiation 1, Perception 2, Resilience 2, Survival 3, Vigilance 1

Talents: Control Upgrade, Forager, Heightened Awareness, Natural Hunter, Quick Draw, Quick Strike, Rapid Recovery, Sense Basic Power, Uncanny Reactions, Uncanny Senses

Abilities: One free rank in Melee; Savage Warrior: When making a Brawl or Melee check, Gamorreans add the Vicious 1 quality to their weapon. If the weapon already has the Vicious quality, increase the listed value by 1.

Equipment: Padded armor, vibroknife, force pike

Wogg the Tusker has always been an anomaly. When other boars around him delighted in fighting each other, he preferred to contemplate the mysteries of the natural world. This led him to seek the solitude of the local forest, where he makes a living by raising watch-beasts for sale to his former fellows and offworlders. What few know is that Wogg was in love with Matron Orrza of the Moorb Clan, and that she loved him, too. Because he was not a suitable mate according to Gamorrean standards, however, she let him go into exile rather than appear to be weak.


Using Wogg the Tusker in an Edge of the Empire Campaign
This character can be incorporated into an Edge of the Empire campaign in many different ways; a few of the possibilities are detailed here.
  • Wogg can act as a different kind of teacher for Force-sensitive characters, one who is unusual but effective. They could meet him during a fair at the Moorb clanhold, or perhaps while seeking him directly.
  • A Hutt crimelord could hire the PCs to pick up a load of watch-beasts for delivery to another world, making for an interesting flight.
  • When a rival boar learns of Wogg's love for his clan Matron, that Gamorrean warrior calls for an honor duel to the death. She, in turn, might recruit the PCs to help settle the matter in a way that prevents bloodshed.
  • If Imperial forces ever learned of Wogg's Force sensitivity, they might take steps to eliminate him.


Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Gamorrean Miscellany

This post presents some equipment peculiar to, or useful, Gamorreans, along with two new creatures.

-Nate


Creatures of Gamorr
The planet Gamorr is known for a number of distinctive creatures, some of which are presented below.

Watch-Beast (Rival)
Brawn 4 Cunning 3 Presence 2
Agility 2 Intellect 1 Willpower 3

Soak: 6
Wound Threshold: 16
Strain Threshold: 12
M/R Defense: 0 / 0

Skills: Athletics 3, Brawl 3, Perception 2, Vigilance 2
Talents: None

Abilities: Silhouette 2; Adversary 1

Equipment: Bite (Brawl; Damage 6; Critical 3; Range [Engaged])

Watch-beasts are predators that have been domesticated by the Gamorreans for use in protecting their homes. They are large in stature—easily the size of a speeder—with four thick legs, stout horns and a mouth full of sharp teeth. They are keenly aware of their surroundings, and tend to attack any creature other than the Gamorreans to whom they're loyal unless ordered to do otherwise. Recently, agents of the Empire have begun acquiring these creatures for use as guard animals at Imperial facilities, such as at the training facility on Sirpar.


Quizzer (Rival)
Brawn 1 Cunning 3 Presence 2
Agility 4 Intellect 1 Willpower 1

Soak: 1
Wound Threshold: 5
Strain Threshold: 5
M/R Defense: 0 / 0

Skills: Athletics 2, Perception 2, Skulduggery 2, Stealth 2, Survival 2

Talents: None

Abilities: Silhouette 0; Arboreal: gain a boost die to actions involving movement in the trees, but suffer a setback die to movement-related actions on the ground

Equipment: Claws (Brawl; Damage 3; Critical 5; Range [Engaged]); shiny objects pilfered from unsuspecting travelers

Quizzers are mischievous arboreal creatures native to the planet Gamorr. They are bipedal and roughly humanoid, with clawed feet, prehensile tails, opposable thumbs, and four bony plates that protrude from their backs. While most harmless, they do love shiny objects, and steal them when the opportunity arises. This has made them a hated enemy of the Gamorreans. For more information about them, check out the relevant article on Wookieepedia.

New Equipment
The Gamorreans possess a number of distinctive equipment items; these are detailed below.

Armor
Type
Defense
Soak
Price
Encum
HP
Rarity
M'ukh'gfa
1
2
2000
7
2
4

M'ukh'gfa
This battle armor is assembled piecemeal from pieces of scrap collected on the battlefield, and connected by leather straps—at least in an ideal world. Nowadays, many Gamorreans just by the prefabricated version. More old-fashioned warriors consider it dishonorable for non-Gamorreans to wear the armor, and challenge those who do so to duels.

Weapons
Name
Skill
Dam
Crit
Range
Encum
HP
Price
Rarity
Special
Arg'garok
Melee
2
3
Engaged
5
3
250
1*
Pierce 1, Sunder, Vicious 1
Thogk
Melee
3
4
Engaged
4
2
30
1*
Disorient 2

*The rarity listed is for purchasing these items on Gamorr; increase it by 2 when not on that planet.

Arg'garok
The Gamorrean axe is a heavy metal blade attached to a stout wooden handle. It is specifically designed to take advantage of Gamorrean's low center of gravity, meaning that characters who aren't built like them suffer a setback die to Melee checks when wielding arg'garoks.

Thogk
The Gamorrean club is made from a stout piece of wood, preferably gorgt wood, with a metal spike driven through it. Ideally, Gamorrean warriors drive that spike through the wood with their own fists.

Gear and Equipment
Item
Price
Encum
Rarity
Transliterator
1000
0
1
Vox-Box
200
0
0

Transliterator
More sophisticated than a vox-box, a transliterator is a device that translates phrases from one language (often a being's native tongue) into another (usually Basic). What is more, it is usually designed to “speak” in a voice based off of a known celbrity, such as pop holostar Javul Charn or former Imperial Senator Princess Leia of Alderaan.

Vox-Box
This small electronic device can store up to a dozen pre-recorded phrases, usually in Basic, with a button for each. Of course, the user can choose to record other phrases instead. Sometimes when that happens, shenanigans ensue.



Monday, November 10, 2014

Gamorreans

Building on yesterday's post, here are stats for some of the Gamorreans who inhabit the Moorb stronghold. Thanks go to the Gaming Security Agency for providing the base Gamorrean stats. For more information about Gamorreans, check out the relevant article(s) on Wookieepedia.

Wookieepedia

Gaming Security Agency

-Nate


Inhabitants
Detailed here are some of the NPCs who can be found in the stronghold.

Clan Matron Orrza (Nemesis)
Brawn 3 Cunning 3 Presence 4
Agility 2 Intellect 2 Willpower 2

Soak: 3
Wound Threshold: 15
Strain Threshold: 12
M/R Defense: 0 / 0

Skills: Athletics 1, Brawl 1, Charm 3, Deception 2, Lore 2, Negotiation 4, Perception 3, Resilience 3, Survival 2, Vigilance 3

Talents: Dodge, Grit x2, Improved Inspiring Rhetoric, Inspiring Rhetoric, Kill With Kindness, Plausible Deniability, Scathing Tirade, Steely Nerves, Toughened

Abilities: One free rank in Melee; Savage Warrior: When making a Brawl or Melee check, Gamorreans add the Vicious 1 quality to their weapon. If the weapon already has the Vicious quality, increase the listed value by 1.

Equipment: None

Clan Matron Orrza is fiercely proud of the stronghold that she and her people have built, and the thus the comfortable lives that they live. She is also quite protective of it, reactive with great prejudice to anything she deems a threat to it. She is open to new opportunities, though, including working for the Hutts or devising other schemes with visiting offworlders if it means that she can gain an edge on rival clans.


Clan Warlord Orrik (Rival)
Brawn 4 Cunning 2 Presence 2
Agility 3 Intellect 1 Willpower 2

Soak: 5
Wound Threshold: 21
Strain Threshold: 10
M/R Defense: 1 / 0

Skills: Athletics 1, Brawl 4, Cool 2, Lore 2, Melee 4, Perception 2, Resilience 2, Survival 3, Vigilance 2

Talents: Defensive Stance, Enduring x2, Feral Strength x2, Frenzied Attack x2, Heroic Fortitude, Lethal Blows, Natural Brawler, Toughened x3

Abilities: One free rank in Melee; Savage Warrior: When making a Brawl or Melee check, Gamorreans add the Vicious 1 quality to their weapon. If the weapon already has the Vicious quality, increase the listed value by 1.

Equipment: Plate armor, war axe, war club, blaster pistol (as a trophy)

Warlord Orrik is, in his own eyes, the pride of the Moorb clan. He is old enough to remember serving in the Clone Wars, as a soldier-for-hire on the side of the Confederacy. Since then he has become the right hand of Matron Orrza and has sired many children by her. Although he acts the part of the proud, strutting warrior, he lives in fear that some younger boar will one day defeat him in battle and therefore supplant him.


Veteran Boar (Rival)
Brawn 4 Cunning 2 Presence 2
Agility 3 Intellect 1 Willpower 2

Soak: 5
Wound Threshold: 19
Strain Threshold: 10
M/R Defense: 1 / 0

Skills: Athletics 1, Brawl 3, Cool 1, Lore 1, Melee 3, Perception 1, Resilience 1, Survival 2, Vigilance 1

Talents: Enduring, Feral Strength, Frenzied Attack, Lethal Blows, Toughened x2

Abilities: One free rank in Melee; Savage Warrior: When making a Brawl or Melee check, Gamorreans add the Vicious 1 quality to their weapon. If the weapon already has the Vicious quality, increase the listed value by 1.

Equipment: Plate armor, war axe, war club

Having fought in many campaigns on behalf of their Warlord and their Clan Matron, these boars are now decorated veterans. While their current jobs are rather cushy, they should not be underestimated; after all, they are the first line of defense when it comes to protecting those who rule the clan.


Elder Sow (Rival)
Brawn 3 Cunning 3 Presence 3
Agility 2 Intellect 1 Willpower 2

Soak: 3
Wound Threshold: 15
Strain Threshold: 11
M/R Defense: 0 / 0

Skills: Athletics 1, Brawl 1, Charm 2, Deception 1, Lore 1, Negotiation 3, Perception 2, Resilience 2, Survival 1, Vigilance 2

Talents: Grit, Kill With Kindness, Toughened

Abilities: One free rank in Melee; Savage Warrior: When making a Brawl or Melee check, Gamorreans add the Vicious 1 quality to their weapon. If the weapon already has the Vicious quality, increase the listed value by 1.

Equipment: None

These sows have been around for many years. As a reward for their productive service, they now handle the cooking and other chores in the stronghold's main hall. Although that may seem like drudgery to offworlders, they are happy to do what they can for their Matron and the other members of the clan.


Tusker (Minion)
Brawn 3 Cunning 1 Presence 1
Agility 2 Intellect 1 Willpower 1

Soak: 4
Wound Threshold: 5 each
Strain Threshold: NA
M/R Defense: 1 / 0

Skills (Group only): Brawl, Melee

Talents: None

Abilities: None

Equipment: Partial plate armor, axes, clubs

These up-and-coming warriors relish in opportunities to impress females by demonstrating their prowess in battle. To that end, they are always on the lookout for trouble. Given their desire to find problems, they are not above picking a fight in order just so they have a chance to settle it. Even so, they obey their matron and warlord in all matters.


Typical Sow (Minion)
Brawn 3 Cunning 1 Presence 1
Agility 2 Intellect 1 Willpower 1

Soak: 3
Wound Threshold: 5 each
Strain Threshold: NA
M/R Defense: 0 / 0

Skills: Brawl, Perception

Talents: None

Abilities: None

Equipment: None

The females of the clan may seem like little more than nursemaids, but visitors shouldn't be fooled by this appearance. When put to it, they can fight just as well as the males. What is more, they are always alert for problems, and are quick to report anything out of the ordinary lest it should prove to be troublesome.