City of Discord
Deathrager - RIP
Now, like all great plans, my strategy is so simple an idiot could have devised it.
Dragonborn Paladin of Bahamut 3
Str 12 Con 18 Dex 12 Int 8 Wis 10 Cha 18
SQ: Dragonborn Fury, Draconic Heritage, Dragon Breath, Channel Divinity, Divine Challenge, Divine Sanction, Lay on Hands
Feats: Draconic Challenge dp, Improved Initiative phb
1w: enfeebling strike phb
1w: virtuous strike dp
1e: valorous smite phb
1d: majestic halo dp
2u: virtue dp
2u*: astral speech phb
3e: hold fast dp
diplomacy+10 endurance+10 intimidate+12 religion+5
ac 21 fort 16 ref 15 will 16
init+6 hp 53 bloodied 26 surges 14 surge value 17
basic melee longsword+10 1d8+5
basic ranged javelin+5 1d6+5
languages: common, draconic
You’re brave, son. But when I’m in command every mission’s a suicide mission.
Deathrager was a lieutenant in the service of Ertanyon. He earned fame for his bravery and tactical genius following the Battle of Rulian Sands against a band of notorious pirates, the Skatterskulls. When Captain Korwal, commanding officer of the ship Stratus, fell seriously ill, Lieutenant Deathrager assumed command and boldly chose to engage the enemy, despite being outnumbered 3 to 1. Somehow, Deathrager emerged victorious over the Skatterskulls, although at the price of the vessel Stratus itself, which ran aground amidst the fighting.
For a time, Deathrager enjoyed a reputation as a hero. However, behind closed doors, Korwal’s crew eventually told the true tale of the events of Rulian Sands. Few know what was said, but consequently, Deathrager was stripped of his rank and expelled from service.
Disgraced and humiliated, Deathrager travelled to Heavenfell seeking the opportunity to prove himself and reclaim his lost glory.