Pirate Boarder

Chinese Pirate Ship Boarder

Description:

ST 12 [20]; DX 13 [60]; IQ 10 [0]; HT 12 [20].
Damage 1d-1/1d+2; BL 29 lbs.; HP 12 [0]; Will 10 [0]; Per 10 [0]; FP 12 [0].
Basic Speed 6.25 [0]; Basic Move 6 [0]; Block 0; Dodge 9; Parry 10 (Brawling).

Social Background

  • TL: 3 [0].
  • CF: Pirate Chinese (Native) [0].
  • Languages: Cantonese (Native/None) [0].
Disadvantages

Code of Honor (Pirate's) [-5]; Enemy (Navy) (medium-sized group, some formidable or super-human) (9 or less) [-30]; Reputation (Pirate, To all seafarers) -1 (All the time; Large class) [-2].

Skills

Axe/Mace-14 (DX+1) [4]; Boating/TL3 (Unpowered)-12 (DX-1) [1]; Brawling-15 (DX+2) [4]; Carousing-12 (HT+0) [1]; Gunner/TL3 (Cannon)-13 (DX+0) [1]; Gunner/TL3 (Rockets)-13 (DX+0) [1]; Guns/TL3 (Pistol)-13 (DX+0) [1]; Jumping-14 (DX+1) [2]; Knife-14 (DX+1) [2]; Knot-Tying-13 (DX+0) [1]; Seamanship/TL3-10 (IQ+0) [1]; Shortsword-14 (DX+1) [4]; Spear-14 (DX+1) [4].

Bio:

A sailing vessel has huge need for muscle power to raise anchors, hoist sails, load cargo, and handle the guns. The boarders (or ‘lang’) are therefore a combination of fearsome fighters who lead the attack on a prize, and active (albeit unskilled) members of the crew. Outside of officers they are the most likely to possess foreign combat styles, or any combat style for that matter. The majority of them were recruited from coastal or river villages.

Pirate Boarder

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