Stars Without Number
Businesslike mercenary turned Tyr worshipper
Hit Points: 8
System Strain: 0
Attack Bonus: 1
Phys Save: 12
Mental Save: 15
Evasion Save: 14
Tech Save: 16
Luck Save: 13
Unarmed / Total Attack Bonus: +2 (Attack Bonus 1, Strength +1) / Damage 1d2 + 1 ( +0 Skill, +1 Strength) / Range 0 / Mag 0
Submachine Gun / Total Attack Bonus: +3 (Attack Bonus 1, Dexterity +1, Projectile Skill +1) / Damage 1d8 + 1 ( +1 Dexterity) / Range 30/100 / Mag 20
Semi-automatic Pistol / Total Attack Bonus: +3 (Attack Bonus 1, Dexterity +1, Projectile Skill +1) / Damage 1d6 + 2 (Base weapon 1d6 + 1, plus 1 Dexterity) / Range 30/100 / Mag 12
Background Package: Soldier
Class Package: Exchange Enforcer
If in a small group, add Adventurer package for:
Unspent Skill Points: 0
Submachine gun (200 credits, 1 encumbrance)
Semi-automatic Pistol (75 credits, 1 encumbrance)
Backpack (5 credits, 1 encumbrance)
Woven Body Armor (400 credits, 1 encumbrance)
Ammunition, 40 rounds (20 credits, 2 encumbrance)
Binoculars, TL 3 (20 credits, 1 encumbrance)
4 Thermal Flare (20 credits, 0 encumbrance)
Total Encumbrance: 4 readied, 3 stowed, 7 total
Robert Cross used to be a simple man. Raised on Shamballa, he did military service for his home country and was found to be quite good at what he did. Eventually, he wound up an Exchange Enforcer, deployed against criminals, rioters, and any other trouble makers on Shamballa. He was part of the system, part of the police state, and enjoyed what he did.
All that changed after Robert began dating a woman who revealed herself to be a member of Verdandi. He went to a few meetings, and soon found something he’d been lacking his whole life – a place to belong. The gods and goddesses of Verdandi spoke to Robert, and while it didn’t work out with his girlfriend, he stayed part of the religion. Now he had a reason to fight. The freedom-loving, independent Verdandi philosophy did not sit well with his employers, however – and he soon found himself questioned. Compromised.
Robert was a simple man, but he knew what happened to people who were questioned and compromised – especially if they were employed by the State. So he fled, taking what he could, and sought a life among the stars – perhaps on Yggdrasil, or elsewhere.
Freedom calls to Robert, and he will find it – one way or the other.