Gaston Lainnier

lecherous woolworker, shrewd bargainer, and axe-throwing hobbyist

Description:

(stats are through 1226.4 – see character advancement)

Gender: Male
Height: 5’11"
Weight: 192 lbs
Birth year: 1189
Age: 38 (38)
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Dark brown
Handedness: Left

Characteristics: Int +1, Sta -1 (1), Str +1, Dex -1, Qik -2, Com +3, Prs +2, Per 0
Size: 0
Decrepitude: 0 (2)
Warping Score: 0

Personality Traits: Loyal (to covenant) +2, Loyal (to Eloise) -1, Self-Assured +3, Assertive +3
Virtues: Covenfolk; Warrior, Well-Traveled
Flaws: Lecherous, Overconfident

Combat
Equipment: Two throwing axes, heavy leather
Soak: +1
Throwing axe: Initiative -3, Attack +5, Defense +2, Damage +7 (Range: 5)
Hatchet: Initiative -3, Attack +5, Defense +1, Damage +5
Dodge: Initiative -3, Defense +1
Fist: Initiative -3, Attack +2, Defense +1, Damage +1
Kick: Initiative -4, Attack +2, Defense 0, Damage +4
Fatigue Levels: OK, 0, -1, -3, -5, Unconscious
Wound Penalties: -1 (1-5), -3 (6-10), -5 (11-15), Incapacitated (16-20)
Encumbrance: 1

Abilities
Area Lore: Bourgogne 5 (4) (commerce)
Area Lore: Auvergne 3 (commerce)
Area Lore: Champagne 2 (commerce)
Athletics 2 (3) (leverage)
Awareness 3 (available women)
Bargain 6 (12) (wool)
Brawl 3 (3) (grappling)
Carouse 2 (impressing others)
Charm 3 (8) (available women)
Craft: Wool 4 (sturdy tailoring)
Etiquette 2 (sexual dynamics)
Folk Ken 3 (available women)
French 5 (Bourguignon)
Guile 3 (4) (affairs)
Hunt 3 (closing on the quarry)
Intrigue 2 (planning affairs)
Leadership 2 (trade)
Single Weapon 2 (hatchet)
Stealth 1 (urban areas)
Survival 2 (near cities)
Thrown Weapon 3 (11) (axe)

Bio:

Gaston Lainnier, husband of Eloise and father of Guilheum, is a fine specimen – firm of frame, shrewd at barter and knowledgeable of the local economy, and skillful enough with an axe should it come to that. Like his wife, his opinion of his abilities are even a bit higher than warranted, and he rarely foresees failure for himself in any endeavor. One would think that he would be happily content with his lot in life, that he would not have any reason to chase after every girl in town when Eloise’s attention is turned elsewhere. One would, sadly, be incorrect on this score.

Gaston Lainnier

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