House of the Blue Circle
T'skrang Sky Raider Circle 1
|S Speak Language (T’skrang, Dwarf)||2|
|S Read and Write Language (Dwarf)||1|
|S Disarm Trap||1|
|K Legends of Barsaive||1|
|A Bone Carving||1|
Karma Ritual: To perform her Karma ritual, the Sky Raider spends several minutes in silent meditation beneath the open sky. The Sky Raider then begins to strike her shield with a weapon, slowly at first, perhaps two beats a minute. The striking accelerates until the Sky Raider is beating the shield at a furious rate. The drumming continues for 30 minutes. The ritual ends as soon as the sound from the last drumbeat dies away.
Clothing: Traveler’s Garb (soft boots, shirt, belt, breeches, traveler’s cloak)
Adventurer’s kit (backpack, bedroll, flint and steel, torch, waterskin, large sack) (wt: 10)
Weapons: Battle-axe (dmg: 6, wt: 5)
Armour: Hide armour (rat: 5, myst: 1, wt: 25, init: -1)
12 silver coins
Total weight: 50 lbs
Traits physiques: 5’6". La peau bleu pâle avec des spots rouges qui descend de la tête au bout de la queue.
Première impression: Porte des couleurs vives qui démontrent l’agressivité, la passion et la joie de vivre.
Origine: Originaire de la ville flottante V’strimon. A appris sa discipline à Throal et s’est fait engagé par Pax et la Maison du cercle bleu.
Traits: Bon vivant, intolérant
Sky Raiders form a potent force in Barsaive.Their airships raid all over the province, most frequently targeting Therans or their allies. Sky Raiders are proud, and show great loyalty to other Sky Raiders, unless that raider belongs to an enemy clan or moot.
Role Playing Tips:
Responsibility and honour, both personal and clan, represent a Sky Raider’s primary motivation. Most often, the two are intertwined; a Sky Raider behaves honourably by taking complete and final responsibility for their own life and destiny. No Sky Raider willingly does anything that might tarnish their personal vision of their own honour (though they rarely care whether others view their actions as honourable or dishonourable). Once a Sky Raider gives their oath on any matter, they will not break it.
Because a Sky Raider sees honour and individual responsibility as two sides of the same coin, they rarely show compassion for the troubles of others, unless those others are clearly striving against their misfortune with all of their strength. Those who blame their lot in life on fate or circumstance rather than taking personal responsibility for their condition are dishonourable by definition and unworthy of sympathy or aid.
Some Sky Raiders view Adepts of other Disciplines with scorn, because in their opinion, they have chosen to follow a “lesser” path. Other Sky Raiders offer Adepts of other Disciplines an indulgent understanding; they may have not made the best choice, but in taking responsibility for their own path, they have at least demonstrated a basic understanding of honour.