A Trio of Tarthenal Siblings That Keep The Ship In Place
Hickory, Dickory, and Doc
Level: 3 Class: Weaponsmaster LP: 225
Size: 23 Regeneration: 5 Movement Value: 10 Fatigue: 11
Str: 13 Dex: 10 Agi: 10 Con: 10 Pow: 9 Int: 6 Wp: 8 Per: 9
PhR: 70 MR: 50 PsR: 50 VR: 55 DR: 55
Initiative: 85 Natural, 5 Whip and Full Shield, -45 Two-Handed Axe and Full Shield, 75 Katars, 10 Heavy Battle-Mace and Full Shield
Attack Ability: 125 Natural, 125/95 2 Katars (Dickory)
Defense Ability: 125 Block, 155 Full Shield, 125 Katar
Damage: 55 Whip, 120 Two-Handed Axe, 60 Katar, 80 Heavy Battle-Mace
AT: Phys 3, Ene 0
MK: 30 MK
Advantages/Disadvantages: Hard To Kill (1 CP), Natural Armor (1 CP), Regeneration (1 CP)
Primary Abilities: Wear Armor 50, Whip Module (All), Two-Handed Axe Module (Doc), Katar Module (Dickory), Heavy Battle Mace (Hickory), Full Shield Module, Area Attack Module, Disarming Attack Module, Armor Reduction Module
Secondary Abilities: Athleticism 100, Swim 100, Intimidate 65, Withstand Pain 100, Feats of Strength 155, Composure 100, Notice 60
Possessions: Whip (All), Two-Handed Axe (Doc), 2 Katar (Dickory), Heavy Battle-Mace (Hickory), Full Shield (All), Hardened Leather Armor (All), Broken Slave’s Collar (All)
Race: Tarthenal Sex: Male Appearance: 8 Height: 8’11" Weight: 616 lbs. Hair: Short Brown Eyes: Chocolate Skin: Heavily Scarred Languages: Malazan, Meckros
Number of Previous Campaigns Present In: 0
First Campaign Appearance: Anima: Beyond Malaz
Inspiration: Personal Creation
Few individuals make for as exquisite pirates as Tarthenal, and a trio of them make for a powerful collection of individuals. Uniting under the flag of The Wicked Wench and their mighty Captain Jack Sparrow, these three siblings (Doc being the oldest and Hickory being the youngest) serve as the first mates whenever they are up and about.
All three of these individuals are incredibly capable warriors, and have served as excellent members of the boarding party to assist in the claiming of great deals of loot. Each also serve as the most trusted bodyguards of Captain Jack in order to protect him from all those that would do him harm, and also sometimes from himself.
Many wonder why such powerful warriors would serve under such an eccentric man as Captain Jack Sparrow. The simplest answer is that Jack won the three brothers from a slave dealer in a card game. True, Jack cheated in order to acquire them, but the three brothers stopped the knife that was coming across the table towards their new master, and so trust was forged with a broken arm and swift retreat.