The Last Wanderers of Solomon Kane
English Treasure Hunter
Attributes: Agility d8, Smarts d6, Spirit d8, Strength d6, Vigor d8
Skills: Climbing d6+2, Fighting d6, Guts d6+2, Lockpicking d6+2, Notice d6, Shooting d6, Stealth d8, Repair d6, Swimming d4, Taunt d6, Throwing d4
Pace: 6; Parry: 5; Toughness: 7 (6)
Hindrances: Curious (Major), Overconfident: he seems a bit insane (Major), Wanted: Always find himself on the wrong side of the law (Minor)
Edges: Ambidextrous, Great Luck, Iron Will, Thief, Two-Fisted
Dagger (DMG St+d4), Roman Gladius DMG: Str+d6, Wheellock Pistol RNG: 5/10/20 DMG: 2d6+1
Light Chain Vest Armor: 1
Backpack, Aniseed, Bedroll, Blinding Powder, Brass Hearing Cone (with mesh cover), Caltrops, Chalk, Compass, Crowbar, Flint & Steel, Glass Cutter, Housebreaker Harness, Lantern (Bullseye), Lockpicks, Lodestone, Mirror, Small Metal, Oilx3, Paper x10, Rope (waxed and wire-cored) and grapple Sketching charcoal, Tar paper, Wax, Waterskin
Tyler’s Righteous Rage manifests a inexplicable luck. Where he seems to fail, trip, or make another mistake only to have that mistake work in his favor. Example: by stumbling when attacking he will often bypass an enemy’s defense or a tripping back avoid a potentially lethal blow.
The son of a blacksmith, Tyler Cooper was born with a wanderlust that compelled him to adventure. He became fascinated by the stories of a distant lands, ancient cities, and fabulous treasures. He would spend much of his free time exploring the countryside or studying over maps. When he became old enough, he joined on as a sailing man to seek adventure. He signed on with privateers and mercenaries where he learned his trade of skulduggery and thievery. He found himself signing on with full black-hearted pirates more than the morally gray English Privateers. It was Solomon Kane who he assisted by betraying his crew mates after they had brutally slaughtered and ravaged a young girl that Tyler sought a better path. His pockets are not nearly as full of silver these days, but his heart is less heavy.
Rumor among Wanderers is that gambled away his bronze ring and has given up the Path of Kane. He has turned back to being a thief and highwayman, though it appears he only steals from nobility masquerading as a Robin Hood robbing the rich to give to the poor. In his case, himself. Because of his actions he finds himself at odds with the underworld which barely tolerates the man. Tyler often finds bounty on both sides of the law on his head though few ever seek his life.