Reynhart the Worthy

"I’ve been known to lose, but never to give up!"

Description:

Reynhart’s Journal

Statistics
Speed 4
Health 12
Stamina 4
Defense 1 Gray
Might 3
Knowledge 1
Willpower 4
Awareness 3

Hero Ability
You may suffer 1 Fatigue and reroll 1 attack die. Limit once per attack.

Heroic Feat
Use after rolling an attack roll to recover all of your Fatigue and to reroll any or all of the dice in your attack pool.

Gear
Worn Greatsword
Horn of Courage
Lucky Charm

Earned Experience 5 Spent Experience 5

Skills
Valor of Heroes (0): Each time you defeat a monster with an attack using a Melee weapon., gain 1 valor. Before rolling his attack dice, a hero may spend 1 valor to add 1 Damage to his attack results (limit once per attack).

Glory of Battle (1): Each time you defeat a monster, each other hero within 3 spaces of you gains 1 valor. Before rolling his defense dice, a hero may spend 1 valor to add 1 shield to his defense results (limit once per defense roll).

Motivating Charge (2): Action: Exhaust this card to move up to your speed and perform an attack with a melee weapon. If this attack defeats a monster, each hero within 3 spaces of you (including yourself) may either gain 1 valor or recover 1 fatigue. Costs 2 fatigue.

No Mercy (2): After the overlord completes a a monster group’s activation, a hero within 3 spaces of you (including yourself) may spend 2 valor to exhaust this card and immediately perform an attack.

Bio:

Descended from a long line of Daqan knights, Reynhart was destined for a glorious career in service to the Citadel. He became a squire for Sir Nessly at the exceptionally young age of nine, and was already competing in melees before his eleventh birthday. Yet, tragedy was overdue for young Reynhart. As he prepared Sir Nessly’s armor for a joust at Baron Zachareth’s annual tourney, he witnessed a cloaked stranger sneaking into his master’s tent, chisel in hand.

Reynhart knew what the man was about, as sabotaging a knight’s armor before a joust was a common ploy implemented by unworthy, treacherous knights. Reynhart drew his sword and mortally wounded the man—who turned out to be Zachareth’s cousin and royal treasurer. Reynhart was forced to flee the tourney or face the block for his crime. Since then he has sold his sword and kept his head low, waiting for a day that he might take his vengeance.

Reynhart the Worthy

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