Morris Bearson

Description:
Body : Armour 5/5 Mood 7/7 Wealth 2
Race Prince of Bears Gender Male Class (Level) Rogue (3)
Charisma 7 Magic 4
Heart 6+1 Reason 5
Quickness 8+1 Strength 6
Combat Styles
Arrowheart (a) Swashbuckler (a)
Inspirations
Love of Adventure 3
Dependable Friend 2
Respect Nature’s Balance 2
History
Raised by Bears 8
Travelled the World 8
Stole from the Rich 6
Gave to the Poor 6
Language (Bear Tongue) 2
Type Name Effect
Racial Prince of Bears May Provide inspiration to an ally to use as per normal inspiration rules
Rogue Hunted
Shadow Misdirect (Minor)
Bio:

Overview
-Never knew his human parents, was found in the forest by the local bear population
-Raised by ‘Mother Bear’, a young bearess who had recently lost her newborn cub, the boy was named (in the Beartongue) ‘Thumbs’.
-For the first ten or so years of his life, Thumbs was raised exclusively by the bear clan, who taught him the ways of the bear
-Eventually a human settlement appeared in the area and these humans soon noticed the feral child living among the bears
-It soon became plain however, that the child was perfectly content with his carefree life among the bears and refused to rejoin human society
-He did, however, show great interest in the human hunters, and insisted they teach him to use the short bows they carried
-Thus equipped, Thumbs became an efficient hunter, rapidly far outstripping the humans from the village
-Soon enough, his happy life in the forest began to come to a close as Mother Bear, now matriarch of the clan, was growing old
-Eventually, as all creatures must, Mother Bear died. Her final words to thumbs implored him to leave the forest and see the world beyond
-Taking these words to heart, Thumbs packed his meagre possessions and bade farewell to the clan, who promised he would be welcomed whenever he returned
-Over the next several years, Thumbs, who took the human name Morris, wandered the world, finding adventure and excitement wherever he went
-For a time, Morris found himself involved in a thieves guild, where he occupied himself relieving the most wealthy of their prized possessions and distributing them amongst the poor of the city

Morris Bearson

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