Beryl Summer Gladiatorial Games
man-whore turned pit fighter; passenger "69"
Aptitude: Kinetic 4 / CORE RULES (no kits, etc.)
Combat: Melee 8+2, Evade 4+1, Fend 4+1, Soak 1, Swim 1
Good Luck, Toughness 6 (+30), Iron Will 1
Familiarities: spear, knife
RESILIENCE = 12 * 5 = 60+30=90
Managed to keep his purse intact when thrown into prison recently, has 100sc starting money – no one tried to take it from him.
Wesley was a bumpkin from Nakria who came north to make his fortunes in the border kingdom. He fell on hard luck in Beryl, where he became a man-whore. Soon his fortunes turned and he was a desired commodity – despite his facial appearance. However, one woman’s husband did not appreciate his visits and had him arrested as a rapist. He was given to the war pits.
Heard ahead of time that the pits were flooded and learned to swim. He was informed that boats would be involved.
Draws a broadsword (+1 base damage) as weapon for fight. Paired with Kelly Royals 2nd character in a boat. If boat sinks and 2 chars in water = lose.
Round 1: paddle – attacking pair of fighters to the left.
round 2: paddle – Kelly Royal’s character plans to jump and does it. Wesley tries to follow and ends up in the water.
round 3: Takes a attack directly from a opponent and grabs him in a full arm lock – dragging him over.
round 4: Salil comes from the other side and hits opponent Kelly Royal is fighting from behind – sending a shower of brains and an eye over Wesley. He gouges the eye of his opponent and he is released to swim away.
Round 5: tries to strike fleeing foe – everyone is turning to see whats in the tarp covered boat coming towards them.
Round 6: Swimming foe overturns boat Wesley came in; crowd boos. WEsley gets on the new boat.
Round 7: Krog stands up in drifting boat and shows giant net. SLing stones kill opponent who signaled he gave up but is still swimming. Wesley attacks Keyyl Royal’s character from behind!
round 8: Dead! Took too much damage in previous fight…
Kelly Royal attacks Salil, but they band together to fight a common foe.