"A person has a chance to be great once or twice in his life. The only exception is me."---Sibone Quijire, elven swordswoman and leader of the Spinning Star, said to her opponent during a duel.
|Character name:||Thanos Dreadstone|
|Full 130 ft.||Carry 270|
|Combat 65 ft.||Lift 540|
|Death Rating:||38||Recovery Tests:||3|
|Wound Threshold:||13||Recovery Dice:||D10|
|Karma Ritual||1||N/A|| N/A|
|Steel Thought|| 2||8||2d6|
|Wilderness Survival||Active||1|| d12|
1. In a desperate attempt to escape a band of 50 ork scorchers, Thanos came up with a successful plan. They had hidden inside a small town that was in ruins from before the scourage. 6 of the orks searched the ruins while the rest of the band past through in pursuit of the Thanos and the others. After the orks were dispatched, they needed to flee, and fast. Thanos being an obsidiman and Thrake being a troll, they could not ride the horses. Thanos took a large piece of wood and tied it up to the 5 horses that were near by. everyone piled up onto the wood and off they went, being dragged for miles before the wood splintered apart.
*Note: Though Thanos is gender neutral, he takes the dress and mannerisms of a male.
As an obsidiman monk, Thanos takes to extremes the normal behavior of the obsidiman.
Inconvievably stoic, Thanos never displays emotions in a "showy" fashion. Through his actions
and his very few words, one can differ how he feels, but it is most difficult to decipher the
feeling behind his seemingly everyday speech and manner.
When charged with a responsibility, Thanos gives his all. Since he was designated to
be the protector of Verdanon, the only possible thing which would deter him from this task would
be a call from his liferock, which, always and utterly, overrides any previous commitments.
Thanos uses only blunt weapons, as he does not believe in the spilling of blood. He
does not even approved of bladed weapons near him. The exception to this is in preperation of
meat to be consumed, which is necessary.
Thanos's main overall goal in life was the goal of all monks; to achieve perfection in
mind, body, and spirit. While he realizes that this is not possible, it is the journey which
is rewarding, not the final result.
Journal -- Go here to view Thanos' journal entries.