History Characters / BetrayalAtKrondor

18th Jul '17 11:19:26 AM thisissostupid
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* OverratedAndUnderleveled: James is legendary for his mastery of the sword, having been taught by Prince Arutha himself and all. But don't get too hyped when he replaces Locklear in your party in Chapter 2 - depending on how much levelling you'd been doing in the first chapter, James may actually be weaker, stat-wise.

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* OverratedAndUnderleveled: James is legendary for his mastery of the sword, having been taught by Prince Arutha himself and all. But don't get too hyped when he replaces Locklear in your party in Chapter 2 - depending on how much levelling leveling you'd been doing in the first chapter, James may actually [[https://notendur.hi.is/eybjorn/krondor/inistat.html is likely to be weaker, stat-wise. worse than Locklear in every stat except possibly Stealth and Lockpicking]].
14th Jul '17 8:45:41 AM Scraggle
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* [[spoiler:TooCoolToLive]]
14th Jul '17 8:45:18 AM Scraggle
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* EnsembleDarkHorse: Lots of fans and critics alike have called for more books with him. Getting this kind of reaction is no mean feat, especially when Jimmy the Hand is also on the stage.
10th Nov '14 1:18:12 AM Ramidel
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* TheCharmer: If you visit a house in Kenting Rush with Locklear, he notes that he knows the girl who lives there (and notes that in the middle of the night she snuck into his room during a previous visit). Then her husband is at the door, and well...

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* TheCharmer: TheCasanova: If you visit a house in Kenting Rush with Locklear, he notes that he knows the girl who lives there (and notes that in the middle of the night she snuck into his room during a previous visit). Then her husband is at the door, and well...
9th Nov '14 4:40:08 PM Ramidel
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* MasterSwordsman

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* MasterSwordsmanMasterSwordsman: He's a faster blade than Jimmy the Hand, who is himself renowned for his great skill. Mechanically, he's the most skilled among the [=PCs=] at the start of the game.



* ActionSurvivor: Starts out as this, as the one with practically no combat skill, travelling with two very skilled warriors, chased by moredhel assassins who can anticipate their every move.

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* ActionSurvivor: Starts out as this, as the one with practically no combat skill, travelling with two very skilled warriors, chased by moredhel assassins who can anticipate their every move. He quickly grows out of this, though-by Chapter 4, Gorath already mentions that he's a wielder of "great arts."
24th Jan '14 1:20:11 PM VaeVictis
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* BigGood: Pug is seen as the real threat by the BigBad [[spoiler:Makala, who also serves as Pug's opposite as one of the most powerful Tsurani Great Ones.]]
22nd May '13 9:18:55 AM Charsi
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* AbhorrentAdmirer: he has one in Caern.
21st Feb '13 10:16:32 AM SeptimusHeap
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* AntiHero: [[SlidingScaleOfAntiHeroes Type IV]]: PayEvilUntoEvil AntiHero in a CrapsackWorld. [[spoiler:He develops into a Type II: Disney AntiHero (arguably even a straight-up [[TheHero hero]]) as the story goes on.]]
10th Jan '13 9:18:46 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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Character sheet for ''BetrayalAtKrondor''.

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Character sheet for ''BetrayalAtKrondor''.''VideoGame/BetrayalAtKrondor''.
11th May '12 5:26:42 PM Bissek
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* HurtingHero / StoicWoobie: After you put together all the pieces from the backstory and the novelization. Thrust into leadership as a child after the death of his father and almost everyone else he knew, lived through a disastrous invasion, had his clan be near-massacred yet again for him opposing the idea of another war, left his people to join his enemy in a desperate effort to prevent that war, which caused his wife to reject him and made him a wanted fugitive, hunted by his former clanmates and kin and forcing him to kill them in self-defense. He also married twice, was widowed once, had at least three children, and outlived all of them. And then it turns out that his difficult decision of throwing his old life away and cooperating with humans [[spoiler: actually advanced the villain's schemes.]] He never complains - in fact, it takes a lot of reading between the lines to realize how worn out he is. That, or taking the Oracle of Aal's word for it.

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* HurtingHero / StoicWoobie: After you put together all the pieces from the backstory and the novelization. Thrust into leadership as a child after the death of his father and almost everyone else he knew, lived through a disastrous invasion, had his clan be near-massacred yet again for him opposing the idea of another war, left his people to join his enemy in a desperate effort to prevent that war, which caused his wife to reject him and made him a wanted fugitive, hunted by his former clanmates and kin and forcing him to kill them in self-defense. He also married twice, was widowed once, had at least three children, and outlived all of them.them (Though later novels RetCon it so that his youngest son survived). And then it turns out that his difficult decision of throwing his old life away and cooperating with humans [[spoiler: actually advanced the villain's schemes.]] He never complains - in fact, it takes a lot of reading between the lines to realize how worn out he is. That, or taking the Oracle of Aal's word for it.
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