• STR 19 (+4) and +2 bonus from The Grasp of Droskar
  • DEX 16 (+3)
  • CON 12 (+1)
  • INT 10 (0)
  • WIS 14 (+2)
  • CHA 08 (-1)


  • HP: 24
  • MV: 8
  • In: +9
  • AC: 16
  • TC: 16
  • FF: 13
  • FT: +5
  • RF: +7
  • WL: +6
  • BAB: +3
  • CMD: 19
  • CMB: 9


  • Improved Initiative
  • Catch-off-guard
  • Endurance
  • Evasion
  • Throw Anything
  • Diehard
  • Slow-fall
  • Ki-pool (4 points)
    – Ki strike (unarmed attacks counted as magical to bypass dmg reduction)
    – Improvised throwing weapon increment +20ft
    – Change damage type of improvised (bludgeon, slashing, piercing) to work around dmg reduction
  • Unarmed damage increase to 1d8
    *Belier’s Bite
    *Improvised Weapon Mastery


  • Acrobatics: +12
  • Climb: +12
  • Craft (Sculpting): +5
  • Knowledge (Religion): +6
  • Knowledge (Geography): +2
  • Perception: +11
  • Sense Motive: +8
  • Stealth: +10
  • Survival: +3

Traits, abilities, etc.

  • Trait: Reactionary
  • Stunning Fist ability
  • Flurry of blows: 4/4/-1
  • Understands/speaks Common
  • Age of 32
  • Race: Human, 5’6", 155lbs. Brownish hair, blue eyes.
Living a full and decent life as a lay person for the Violet Flame, Yorlock came to lose some of the optimism of his peers – he was unconvinced that he or any mortal could change the course of the future to any lasting good, nor that any of the gods could be trusted to. Not that he held this against those who could believe, but he couldn’t find it in himself to make any sacrifice from the immediate good in the hopes of some long term, ultimately impossible to steer outcome. Suffering a crisis of faith, Yorlock simply walked away from his old life, preferring solitude in the mountains. Over time, he learned a simpler way of living – all the more thrilling from the natural threats abound, and all the more disciplined and resourceful out of necessity. He tended to head into town every other week or so to trade what furs or goods he fashioned from his daily activities (mostly furs and hides). He learned much from the ascetic lifestyle, but remained unconvinced of his ability to change the ultimate outcomes of life – death and suffering. He continues to respect the systems of law and authority – order certainly grants safety and prolonging of life, a preservation of what little good men can do and enjoy in their lifetimes. He learned that rather than think of one thing as a weapon and become skilled with it, when you are on your own, completely unarmed, it was best to be able to see everything as a potential weapon. His philosophy evolved into one wherein he concerns himself with the order and immediate suppression of chaos – and he hopes to share these ideas with anyone he becomes involved in. There are enough people wholly concerned with what is good and right – far too few who restrain themselves to what is good and just. Instead, Yorlock figures that he will seek to promote order and self-restraint, honor and discipline – and that others will make sure good is fought well for. But a good that invites disorder is hardly a lasting one, and is bound to be costly.


Beneath The Crag Wolfganstein