Aeloyuitous the Sane

Wild haired Chaos Mage

Description:




Level 11 Halfing Sorceror
Aeloyuitous aka Sorceror BeBop
+1
12
Strength
+2
14
Constitution
+5
21
Dexterity
+0
11
Intelligence
-1
9
Wisdom
+5
21
Charisma
HIT POINTS
Total
75
Bloodied
37
Surges
7
Value
18
SAVE MODIFIERS
+2 to Will
+10
Initiative
+5 Dex +5 1/2 Lvl
6
Speed
SKILLS
+12
Acrobatics
+10
Arcana
+11
Athletics
+15
Bluff
+15
Diplomacy
+4
Dungeoneering
+6
Endurance
+4
Heal
+5
History
+4
Insight
+10
Intimidate
+4
Nature
+4
Perception
+5
Religion
+10
Stealth
+10
Streetwise
+17
Thievery
23
Armor Class
17
Fortitude
20
Reflex
22
Will
RACE FEATURES
Bold
+5 Fear saving throws
Second Chance
Encounter power. Re-roll to hit and use second roll
Nimbe Reactions
+2 AC vs. Opportunity Attacks
CLASS FEATURES
Chaos Burst
1st Attack of each turn -
even roll +1AC, odd roll get saving throw
Chaos Power
Bonus to damage rolls of arcane powers = to Dex. mod.
11Lvl-Dex.+2 21Lvl-Dex+4
Unfettered Power
Nat. 20 Slide 1sq. + prone
nat 1 must push every creature 5sq. – for 1sq
Wild Soul
Every day roll for dmg resist and pierce
FEATS
Armor Prof. – Leather
Description
Implement Expertise -Lt. Blade
Description
White Lotus Riposte
Description
Sneak of Shadows
Description
Two Weapon Fighting
Description
White Lotus Master Riposte
Description
Wild Spellfury
re-trained toughness for this @ 11th
BACKGROUNDS
Occupation – Criminal
Was an aspiring 2nd story thief untill caught
AT-WILL POWERS
Burning Spray
Tooth of Chaos Dagger +13 attack: 1d8+15 damage
Chaos Bolt
Tooth of Chaos Dagger +13 attack: 1d10+15 dmg
ENCOUNTER POWERS
Second Wind
Description
Second Chance
Description
Bedeviling Burst
Tooth of Chaos Dagger +13 attack: 1d10+15 dmg
Ice Dragon’s Teeth
Tooth of Chaos Dagger +13 attack: 2d8+15 dmg
Spark Form
Tooth of Chaos Dagger +13 attack: 2d8+15 dmg
Critical Opportunity
Dex vs. AC
Tooth of Chaos Dagger +13 attack: 3d4+8 dmg
DAILY POWERS
Ice Javelins
Tooth of Chaos Dagger +13 attack: 1d10+15 dmg
Thunder Leap
Tooth of Chaos Dagger +13 attack: 2d6+15 dmg
Winds of Change
Description
ATTACKS
1d4 + 4
+11 vs AC
Melee Basic – Tooth of Chaos Dagger +2
1d4 + 8
+15 vs AC
Ranged Basic – Tooth of Chaos Dagger +2
EQUIPMENT
Bloodcut Leather Armor +1
Description
Tooth of Chaos Dagger +2
Description
MONEY
Platinum
Whatever
Gold
I can get
Silver
my hands
Copper
on!!!!!!
CHARACTER NOTES
Magic item poor because of Army

Bio:

Originally a part of a group of young up and coming thieves. Suffered a fall from a second story job that left him with a broken arm as well as in jail. There he met a sorcerer while incarcerated who inadvertently awakened his sorcerers’ powers. Always a bit of a loose cannon, the awakening of his sorcerers’ powers only further drove him down that slippery slope, and what he whimsically referred to as his sanity most everyone else called “a stark raving lunatic!” Offered the choice of 6 years in jail or to join the army, he chose to stay in jail and meditate on his new sorcerer’s powers. Having been placed in an “ordinary” prison ill-equipped to handle arcane prisoners, the warden grew quite upset with the daily and sometimes hourly arcane shenanigans the prisoner caused, and had had enough. He talked him into seeing that the army had so many more opportunities to enjoy his new found powers that it would be criminal for him not to explore the opportunity given to him by an early release program. So into the army he went, although the warden’s desk had to be replaced since the drawers never quite opened and closed when they should, although when they opened by themselves no one else seemed to be able to close them.

While currently a dabbler in the arcane arts, Al’s upbringing was more of a felonious nature. The following are some of the rules of the freelance thief he learned in his youth while on the streets.

  1. Once you have their money … never give it back.
  2. Never pay more for an acquisition than you have to.
  3. Never allow family to stand in the way of opportunity.
  4. A Freelancer is only worth the sum of their possessions.
  5. Keep your ears open.
  6. Small print leads to large risk.
  7. Opportunity plus instinct equals profit.
  8. Greed is eternal.
  9. Anything worth doing is worth doing for money.
  10. A deal is a deal … until a better one comes along.
  11. A contract is a contract is a contract (but only between Freelancers).
  12. A Freelancer without profit is no Freelancer at all.
  13. Satisfaction is not guaranteed.
  14. Never place friendship above profit.
  15. A wise Freelancer can hear profit in the wind.
  16. Nothing is more important than your health—except for your money.
  17. There’s nothing more dangerous than an honest businessman.
  18. Never make fun of a Freelancer’s mother … insult something they care about instead.
  19. It never hurts to suck up to the boss.
  20. Peace is good for business.
  21. War is good for business.
  22. They can touch your heart but never your Gold.
  23. Profit is its own reward.
  24. Never confuse wisdom with luck.
  25. Expand, or die.
  26. Don’t trust a Freelancer wearing a better suit than your own.
  27. The bigger the smile, the sharper the knife.
  28. Never ask what you can take.
  29. Good customers are as rare as Gold—treasure them.
  30. There is no substitute for success.
  31. Free advice is seldom cheap.
  32. Keep your lies consistent.
  33. The riskier the road, the greater the profit.
  34. Win or lose, there’s always Darts.
  35. Home is where the heart is … but the stars are made of Gold.
  36. Every once in a while, declare peace. It confuses the hell out of your enemies.
  37. Beware of the Wizards greed for knowledge.
  38. The flimsier the product, the higher the price.
  39. Never let the competition know what you’re thinking.
  40. Ask not what your profits can do for you, but what you can do for your profits.
  41. Clerics and finances don’t mix.
  42. Enough … is never enough.
  43. Trust is the biggest liability of all.
  44. Nature decays, but Gold lasts forever.
  45. Sleep can interfere with profit.
  46. Faith moves mountains … of inventory.
  47. There is no honour in poverty.
  48. Dignity and an empty sack is worth the cost of the sack.
  49. Treat people in your debt like family … exploit them.
  50. Never have sex with the boss’s sibling.
  51. Always have sex with the boss.
  52. You can’t free a fish from water.
  53. Everything is for sale, even friendship.
  54. Even a blind Freelancer can recognize the glow of Gold.
  55. Spouses serve, siblings inherit.
  56. Only fools pay retail.
  57. There’s nothing wrong with charity … as long as it winds up in your pocket.
  58. Even in the worst of times someone turns a profit.
  59. Know your enemies … but do business with them always.
  60. Not even dishonesty can tarnish the shine of profit.
  61. Let others keep their reputation. You keep their money.
  62. Never cheat a barbarian… unless you’re sure you can get away with it.
  63. It’s always good business to know about new customers before they walk in the door.
  64. The justification for profit is profit.
  65. Employees are rungs on the ladder of success. Don’t hesitate to step on them.
  66. Never begin a negotiation on an empty stomach.
  67. Always know what you’re buying.
  68. Beware the Freelancer who doesn’t make time for darts.
  69. Gold lasts longer than lust.
  70. You can’t buy fate.
  71. Never be afraid to mislabel a product.
  72. More is good … all is better.
  73. A spouse is a luxury … a smart accountant is a necessity.
  74. A wealthy Freelancer can afford anything except a conscience.
  75. Never allow doubt to tarnish your love of Gold.
  76. When in doubt, lie.
  77. Deep down everyone’s a Freelancer.
  78. No good deed ever goes unpunished.
  79. When Lachellis leaves, it’s all over.
  80. Honesty and sincerity…once you can fake those you got it made!

Aeloyuitous the Sane

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