Francis Polasky


Name: Francis Polasky
Tradition: Euthanatos
Essence: Questing
Nature: Architect
Demeanor: Judge
Concept: Defender
Attributes
Physical Social Mental
Strength

3

Charisma

2

Perception

3

Dexterity (Quick)

4

Manipulation

2

Intelligence

2

Stamina

3

Appearance

2

Wits

3

Abilities
Talents Skills Knowledges
Alertness

3

Blind Fighting

3

Medicine

3

Brawl

3

Do

2

Law

2

Dodge

3

Firearms

3

Streetwise

1

Melee

3

Subterfuge

1

Stealth

3

Advantages
Spheres Backgrounds Characteristics
Entropy *

3

Arcane

2

Arete 3
Life *

2

Avatar

2

Willpower

6

Dream

2

Quintessence

2

Resources

1

Paradox

0

Other
Merits Flaws Health
Acute Senses

1

Lifesaver

3

Bruised


Higher Purpose

(preservation of life)

1

Hurt (-1)


Poison Resistance

1

Injured (-1)


Wounded (-2)


Mauled (-5)


Incapacitated



Quote:"The Tradition teaches that Death is a release, an enabling act of the soul on its path towards Ascension. But for those to whom it comes too soon, it is a hindrance on the way to Ascension. Those worthy enough, should be protected from that cheating form of Death until they become worthy."

Concept: A Euthanatos dedicated to preserving lives of people who otherwise would be in danger of dying before their time.

Description: Francis is a tall, slender, clean-shaven, pale form of a man, with short, prematurely greying black hair. He dresses usually in grey suits but is more comfortable in casual outfits. He is about 6' 2" tall and exercises regularly to maintain his 190 lbs. He usually hides his blue eyes behind mirrored sunglasses.

Prelude:

Magick:

Backgrounds:

Merits: His heighened senses are the result of years of training and discipline, begun when he dedicated his life to the preservation of the lives of others.

Flaws: Francis takes his job way too seriously, however.

Other Possessions: Kevlar-woven vest; heavy pistol (with silencer); collapsable staff; first aid kit.

Roleplaying Tips: A silent shadow of a man.


History: What can you do with an Euthanatos? They're dull, dreary, cheerless, even more so than Hollow Ones! What you do is make one whose life is dedicated to preserving lives, not eliminating them. Fortunately, there is precedent for this, which came out in the 2nd edition rules, but I had developed this concept at least six months ago, independantly of the new rules.


Copyright © 1998 Terry O'Brien {dragonmage@sprynet}