An ex-soldier and loyal bodyguard to Rachel L'Mont.
Rex Archibald Roquefort, level 7 Human, Fighter Build: Guardian Fighter Fighter Talents: One-handed Weapon Talent
FINAL ABILITY SCORES Str 15, Con 13, Dex 12, Int 10, Wis 16, Cha 14.
Starting Ability Scores Str 14, Con 13, Dex 12, Int 10, Wis 16, Cha 11.
AC: 20 Fort: 19 Reflex: 17 Will: 18 HP: 69 Surges: 10 Surge Value: 17
TRAINED SKILLS Streetwise, Heal, Athletics, Endurance, Insight, History.
FEATS 1: Weapon Proficiency (Bastard sword) 1: Alertness 2: Skill Training (Insight) 4: Sideways Defense (retrained to Toughness at Level 7) 6: Student of Battle
POWERS 1, At-Will: Cleave 1, At-Will: Sure Strike 1, At-Will: Tide of Iron 1, Encounter: Spinning Sweep (retrained to Shield Bash at Level 6) 1, Daily: Comeback Strike 2, Utility: Get Over Here 3, Encounter: Dance of Steel 5, Daily: Crack the Shell 6, Utility: Vigilant Protector 7, Encounter: Iron Bulwark
ITEMS Vicious Bastard sword +1, Shield of Protection Light Shield (heroic tier), Amulet of Protection +1, Adventurer’s Kit, Chainmail, Ring of Elven Friendship, Kendra’s Gift, Gloves of Storing (heroic tier)
The first son to a family of servants, Rex has known nothing but servitude for most of his life. When he was old enough, he began working as an assistant groundskeeper, eventually taking up positions in cooking, cleaning, maintaining the stables, and ultimately, assistant to the head butler.
However, Rex wanted more from his life than that of a mere servant, or so he thought. When he was old enough, he retired from his job with the Poulain family (where he had been raised, and where his family still worked at the time) to join the Dragon Army. He spent many years there, and had a very successful career as a soldier.
When his tenure within the Army was up, he left to look for work. He did not enjoy combat nearly enough to go into true mercenary work, but he knew he was good at it, and he also had a long history as a servant. So, he went into the private bodyguard field, where he remains to this day.
Rex currently works for the L’Mont family in the heart of the Dragon Empire. The work is tedious and, often, rather dull, but the company is good, and he very much likes the L’Mont’s oldest daughter, Danielle, to whom he has been assigned.
He has lately been caught up in the philosophy of not only his job, but his place in the world, causing him to perhaps long for some greater purpose, some higher calling. Although, the last few weeks with the L’Monts have proven to be more than ordinary, all things considered.