Flint Fireforge, 4E
Cast Iron Stomach: +5 ST vs. poison.
Combat Challenge, Combat Superiority, Fighter Weapon Talent (1-handed).
Acrobatics -2, Athletics +1, Dungeoneering +3, Endurance +9, Intimidate +6, Stealth -2, Streetwise +6, Thievery -2.
Passive Insight +11, Passive Perception +11.
At Will: Sure Strike, Tide of Iron.
Battleaxe (+6 vs. AC, 1d10+3, Versatile)
Scale, heavy shield.
Standard Adventurer's Kit: backpack, bedroll, belt pouch, flint and steel, hemp rope (50 ft.), sunrods (2), trail rations (10 days), waterskin, 15gp.
"I have searched for unseen things these past five years and to avenge the wrongs done to my people. I have little to show for either. Years ago, the Kingdom of Thorbardin in the Southern Kalthax Mountains housed all the dwarves. We Hill Dwarves lived aboveground and produced the food for the Mountain Dwarves in the kingdoms below. They gave us fine metalwork in return. But when the Cataclysm came and we rushed for the safety of the underground city of the Mountain Dwarves, they closed the gates, leaving us to the wrath of the gods. I searched for the Great Doors into the underground city, but the mountains had changed. Gully Dwarves caught me, but I escaped, slaying many of the sorry creatures. Curses on the Mountain Dwarves and their cousins in the Gully!"
Vital Stats: 4 ft. 7 in., 148 lbs., gray hair, hazel eyes, white skin.
Appearance: Gruff, aging dwarf with a full beard and a scar over his right eye.
Creed: Fighting is bad for business.
History: After learning wood and metal craft from his father, Flint left his clan to work in a more lucrative region. He honed his skills to the point that his wood carvings and metal works made him one of the few dwarves welcome in Qualinost. There, he met Tanis, the half-elf. A lasting friendship began.
Family: Upon reaching adulthood, Flint left his family lands. He has had little contact with family since. His closest familial relation is his nephew, Jasper, son of one of his many sisters.
Personality: Outwardly gruff and crotchety, Flint truly loves his young friends. He feels extremely protective of them, for they are all too young and idealistic to really take care of themselves.
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