Felix Rowe

Warlord

Description:

====== Created Using Wizards of the Coast DDI Character Builder ====== FELIX ROWE, level 1 Human, Warlord Build: Tactical Warlord Commanding Presence: Tactical Presence

FINAL ABILITY SCORES Str 16, Con 12, Dex 14, Int 16, Wis 8, Cha 11.

Starting Ability Scores Str 16, Con 12, Dex 14, Int 14, Wis 8, Cha 11.

AC: 13 Fort: 15 Reflex: 14 Will: 12 HP: 24 Surges: 8 Surge Value: 6

TRAINED SKILLS Endurance, History, Heal, Diplomacy, Athletics.

FEATS 1: Saving Inspiration 1: Tactical Assault

POWERS 1, At-Will: Opening Shove 1, At-Will: Commander’s Strike 1, At-Will: Wolf Pack Tactics 1, Encounter: Guarding Attack 1, Daily: Calculated Assault

ITEMS Adventurer’s Kit, Glaive, Longsword, Chainmail, Light Shield ====== Created Using Wizards of the Coast DDI Character Builder ======

Bio:

Felix Rowe is the son of The Companies chief of security Urban Rowe. Urban wishing or perhaps sensing great things for his son sent him to study at The Order of the White Lion mission at an early age. Through his teachings there and at home he gained a great sense of community, honor, and humility. So when the order for conscripts came through, he was at the front of line. Being of a somewhat privileged position, he was named sergeant of a small company of men.

After losing a good number of men at the Battle of Meadthick Crick, he sat alone sullen asking what he could have done to better lead those men. It was during this momentary contemplation he felt a sudden sharp pain in his left shoulder. He turned to see a fellow sergeant from the Pegran forces. The young sergeants face seemed to be filled with fear as Felix reached back to his shoulder feeling the hilt of a small dagger. Confusion struck him for the briefest second before both men began to wrestle in the mud. This was only the first man he killed that night.

The following morning Felix’s head swarmed with questions. What could possess men to turn on each other this way? Why would any man resort to this sort of treachery? Why could his brothers in battle not protect themselves as well as he? What could he do to better others as well as himself? Why didn’t the others live as well?

He was also filled with some other feeling, one he had never felt before. A clarity of path. He may not have found the answers to his questions, but for the first time in his life, he knew where they where leading him.

Felix Rowe

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