Yes, room for 1 more, I think. You would be player 6. What are you thinking of playing?
Real life first, always. Good luck on the test. We'll be ready for you whenever you are.So I am still working on my background. I have not had much chance to work on it as I have a Disaster Recovery test coming up next week which is eating all of my free time. Hopefully I'll have everything done by the end of next week. I'll be ready at that time to jump in whenever you want @KahlessNestor
Nothing jumps out at me as being wrong. Do you have a background, or are you still working on it?OK let me know if I got this wrong or not:
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Laborer. Unless you mean backstory, I am still working out the details on who and where.Nothing jumps out at me as being wrong. Do you have a background, or are you still working on it?
If anyone else wants to take a look at the bio and comment, please feel free. Anyone who helps out with character auditing gets a Hero Point, because it's my least favorite job as a GM! LOL I tend to trust my players know what they're doing
Brimsby is a young Holtaksen Dwarf. Clad in relatively modest clothing, and significantly bigger than most dwarves, he has light dirty blond hair and sad blue eyes.
Brimsby spent his early life working as a hauler for one of the mines in Davarn, Five Kings Mountains. Then one fateful day, a rope slipped on the load he was hauling, causing the iron ore to spill into the street and crush the foot of a child. The child, Kemi Humblespark, was permanently injured. And while the accident was investigated and found not to be an act of neglect or malice, Brimsby never forgave himself for his role, and vowed to work hard enough for two dwarves to make up for it.
Looks good. If you're ready, feel free to tag in.So here is my Background so far.
Pak was hatched in a small tengu roost somewhere in the wilds of Varisia. Hatched during a raid on his roost his parents had to flee. He spent his childhood wandering with his parents. Conflict followed the young Pak and his parents eventually had to leave any community in which they settled. It was almost as if the young tengu’s very essence was entwined with conflict. As he grew conflict no longer found him, but he sought it as well. He threw himself in to fights. In combat and battle he touched on something deep in himself. He felt connected to something and that power manifested through him. The sound of battle speaking in his ears.
Once he was old enough, he left his parents, not wanting to burden them with the strange powers that clung to him. He traveled all over Avistan. He made his way as a sellsword, messenger, and caravan guard.