Heilen "Wound Mender"
Heilen is slightly taller than most other dwarves. He has a thick black beard and mustache, but a very bald head.
Name: Heilen “Wound Mender”
Attributes: Agility d6, Smarts d8, Spirit d8, Strength d6, Vigor d6
Skills: Fighting d6, Healing d8+2, Notice d8, Persuasion d8, Streetwise d8, Survival d4
Pace: 5, Parry: 6, Toughness: 6(1), Charisma: 2
Gear: Warhammer d6 (Str+d6), Unarmed Strike d6 (Str), Leather Armor (+ 1), Medium Shield (+ 2, Parry + 1), Backpack, Blanket, Clothing (Normal), Flint and Steel
•Curious: Must check out everything and solve all mysteries
•Quirk (“Grumble, Grumble, Grumble”): Minor humorous foible
Heilen will mutter this phrase under his breath when aggravated, annoyed or when he disagrees with someone or something. This comes from his mom always saying “If you don’t have something nice to say, say nothing at all”. Unfortunately he could never hold his tongue.
•Quirk (“Me Ma Always Said”): Minor humorous foible
Heilen always refers to something his mother always told him.
•Charismatic: +2 Charisma
•Healer: +2 on all Healing rolls; 5 companions gain +2 natural healing
•Low Light: Ignore penalties for Dim and Dark lighting
•Slow: Dwarves have a Pace of 5".
•Tough: Start with d6 Vigor
Heilen, son of Hagga, son of Theln, son of Dellan is a wanderer. His mother, Grella, told him that the day he was born she was given a vision that he would be a healer to the people, but not a healer of of legend or of druidic nature, but a healer of natural skill that he would be able to see that which needed mending and fix it.
True to her vision, Heilen was quite gifted at the healing arts. His nimble fingers and quick mind could stop the flow of blood from even the most grevious of wounds.
His clan called him Wound Mender and he held a great place amongst his people. The plagues that came after the Folly devastated the lands and Heilen was unable to cure everyone. His mother Grella fell to the plague and Heilen’s world was broken.
Unable to face his father, Heilen set out for the world to learn about medicines and healing arts from everyone that he came across. Learning bits here and pieces there, Heilen was able to improve his skills and knowledge of healing.
Enjoying the open road and the sites and people it had to offer, Heilen remained out amongst the people plying his skill and helping those in need.