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- Joined: Sat May 16, 2009 8:55 pm
- Location: Oregon, USA
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Short and spritely, when engaged in a conversation in which he gets excited he will often begin speaking at a speed which makes him hard to follow, or understand.
Race: Strongheart Halfling
Facial Hair Style: n/a
Is the very definition of a free-spirited adventurer. Nimble and inquisitive, though not overlight bright in the slightest. He's a fast talker who prefers to go by his "short" name Zee. Often times he can be found lost venturing into one cavern or another, or even lost in a tall grassy field whistling a catchy tune.
General Health: Stout for a halfling, he's considered hearty by their standards.
Initial Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
Profession: Nimble little sharpshooter.
Base Class & Proposed Development: Bard/Barbarian/Fighter. Likely to take Shadowdancer later on.
Habits/Hobbies: Whistling, adventuring and getting lost in random places.
Languages: Common, Halfing, Dwarven
Weapon of Choice: Heavy Crossbow
A crack shot with a crossbow, Zeebren quickly became one of his villages best hunters able to bring down game in a single shot. His curiosity of the wide world would lead him to venture out and seek excitement beyond his little village. His mom was lost to sickness at an early age, but he's always been close to his father and frequently quotes his wisdom.
To satisfy his curiosity is his greatest goal. The excitement of just finding out what's in the next room, next valley, or nearest convenient adjacent planar dimension. He loves companionship and will always look to join up with like minded folks to entertain with his jokes and tales.
Recognition of his marksmanship is also something that plays in the back of his mind. To become renown for his skill with the crossbow with adventurers across the lands of Baldur's Gate.
Possible Plot-Hook Ideas and Misc Facts:
Has a knack for getting into small places and winding up lost. He especially loves machinery, as he finds it intriguing to look at, though he doesn't have the intellect to grasp the principles of its construction. That is what first drew his interest to crossbows as a young kid.