He's everyone's big brother


====== Created Using Wizards of the Coast D&DI Character Builder ====== Evan, level 2 Human, Warlord Commanding Presence: Inspiring Presence

FINAL ABILITY SCORES Str 16, Con 12, Dex 8, Int 13, Wis 11, Cha 16.

Starting Ability Scores Str 16, Con 12, Dex 8, Int 11, Wis 11, Cha 16.

AC: 18 Fort: 16 Reflex: 14 Will: 16 HP: 29 Surges: 8 Surge Value: 7

TRAINED SKILLS Intimidate, History, Endurance, Diplomacy, Athletics, Bluff.

FEATS 1: Human Perseverance (retrained to Improved Inspiring Word at Level 2) 1: Inspired Recovery 2: Bardic Dilettante

POWERS 1, At-Will: Furious Smash 1, At-Will: Viper’s Strike 1, At-Will: Wolf Pack Tactics 1, Encounter: Guarding Attack 1, Daily: Bastion of Defense 2, Utility: Inspired Belligerence

ITEMS Adventurer’s Kit, Chainmail, Light Shield, Thundering Longsword +1 ====== Created Using Wizards of the Coast D&DI Character Builder ======


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Among the kids, yeah, he’s a natural leader. He tends to be the one to start whatever game they play, and lead around the kids. But when adults show up, he shuts up, and fast. He’s just not comfortable telling adults what to do. Maybe it comes from having a dad who orders him around all the time, and doesn’t put up with back-talk. Maybe it comes from feeling like the only one who understands him is his younger sister. (I’m figuring the mom was killed in an attack on the village when they were young. Dad got defensive, and decided to make sure his kids weren’t going to be victims too. He ended up being rather harsh on them though. They’re tough, but not that good at emotion. Or talking to adults)

Other than the emotional stuntedness, and inability to talk around adults, he probably has a crush inside of the tow. He is a teenage boy, after all. So, we’ll go ahead and say it’s the pretty elven girl who lives down the street from him. She joins in the games all the time, and has become a decent leader just from being around me (We’re going to go with Evan as a name for my character). Evan likes her quite a bit, but just finds it difficult to put into words.

As far as a hero? We’ll say that one of the books his family owns tells the story of his Great x3 Grandfather leading King Awesomesauce’s forces in battle against an orc stronghold. The story delves into the tactics used, and how the forces were inspired and led. As a result, Evan idolizes his ancestor. And usually when the kids ply a game, it’s Orc stronghold. With Evan taking the role his ancestor did, and using many of the same tactics, with a few modification

Evan’s little sister will be Bonnie, and will be about 14. She plays war games too, but usually ends up getting stuck on the other side from Evan. She also tends to get elected as their leader, despite being uncomfortable with command. She can’t lead anywhere near as good as Evan or Lia, but the kids assume that she can.

Evan’s dad (Mason) is the sheriff of the town, and a well-respected member of the village. He has sworn an oath to “protect the defenseless”, which he takes very seriously. He carries “Justice” with him currently, and the sword has come to be the badge of office in this town. Evan is expected to be the sheriff after his dad retires, but he’s not for sure he wants the job. He’s always seen himself leading attacks on orc strongholds, pushing back the darkness. Not putting his feet up in a sleepy little town.

Evan’s mother has been dead since he was young (he was about 4). The town suffered one of the occasional attacks, and the creature killed him mother who was on her way to see a friend. Since then, his father has insisted that both of his children know how to defend themselves, so they won’t be a victim themselves.


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