Agwa the Elephant


Agility d8, Smarts d8, Spirit d6, Strength d6, Vigor d8

Climbing d4, Fighting d8, Guts d6, Notice d4, Stealth d4, Taunt d6, Intimidation d4, Throwing d4, Healing d4, Stealth d4, Knowledge(Battle) d4, Tracking d4, Survival d4

Pace: 6; Parry: 6 +1 shield; Toughness: 7 +1 armor Charisma: 0 EXP 27

Heroic (Major) Helps those in need
Loyal (Minor) Will die for his men
Illiterate (Minor) Never learned to read or write
Off Paper (Non benny hindrances)
Outsider (Everywhere but Africa)
Wanted (Former tribesmen in Africa with varying degree of reactions)
Enemy (Guro AB Shaman also former tribesman and their current chief)
Overconfident (Wont retreat even if the odds are against him)
Quirk/Habit (Agwa must apply warpaint to at least his face and those he commands)Party members that refuse DO NOT gain the benefits of his leadership edges (Does not apply if combat is sprung upon us and there isn’t time to do so)

Brawny (1 toughness)
Command (
1 spirit rolls for unshaken)
Hold the Line {+1 toughness}

Leather armor +1 armor
Medium Shield +1 parry +2 armor vs ranged
Nzappa Zap (Axe) Str + d6 (Can be thrown)
Club Str + d4


A brute of a man wearing armor fashoned of animal hides and bones, face painted with a blueish white warpaint. He wears a necklace of vertebrata and Egyptian blue beads.

Agwa is a brilliant tactician and a ferocious warrior, he quickly became the man whom led his tribe into war. Him and a witch doctor named Guro were both in line to become the next chief. Guro used his guile and cunning to get a makeshift alliance with another tribe and pointed out all the weaknesses of Agwa and his men. When the other tribe attacked Agwa led 30 men into battle to defend their homes against an overwhelming odd of attackers. After the battle Agwa and a handful of men walked away. Guro upset with the other tribes inability to take out the tactical genius used his guile once again. He managed to convice the rest of the tribe that Agwa had coaxed the other tribe into attacking them merely to raise his social standing. This led to the chief banishing Agwa and the other tribesmen shunning him.

Forced to wander about the safari looking for a home and another group of men to lead Agwa eventually caught wind of a great and evil tribe. They where conquering other tribes to get prisoners to sell to the white slavers. With them leaving no one left behind to get information from Agwa spent weeks trying to track their whereabouts it was during this time that he came into contact with the white man known as Solomon Kane. And at this point his life had begun to have meaning once again.

Agwa the Elephant

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