Henry Morton Stanley
Been on the island since 2006-03-09
Died: 41 times (last time was 2010-09-17 13:18 at the hands of Blaktoof, killed by a cutlass)
Class: Explorer (outsider)
Primary Clan: None chosen
Henry Morton Stanley was born at Denbigh in North Wales, the illegitimate son of John Rowlands and Elisabeth Parry - on the birth register of St. Hilary's Church he was entered as "John Rowlands, Bastard". Stanley spent his early years in the custody of his two uncles and his maternal grandfather. After his grandfather died, he was consigned at the age of six to the St. Asaph Workhouse, where male adults "took part in every possible vice," as an investigative commission reported in 1847. However, Stanley received a fair education and he became a voracious reader. At fifteen, Stanley left St. Asaph's and stayed some years with his relatives. At seventeen, he ran away to sea and landed in New Orleans. There Stanley gave himself a new name - first he was known as "J. Rolling", but eventually he settled on Henry Morton Stanley after the cotton broker Henry Stanley, for whom he worked in New Orleans. Pirate bane, HMS fearlessly defends native folk and eradicates pirate scourge.
Let it be known scientist Prof. Paul Radin found a horribly wounded and near death Explorer Henry Morton Stanley in the wilds and nursed him back to full health. Professor Radin left whilst HMS slept, and was unable to collect any reward for his services. The spot is marked with a signpost erected [-70.362,+26.352] by Prof Radin to commemorate the event.
They carry 4 tiger tooth amulets.
Real name: trod
Web page: www.shartak.com
Areas explored: 2128 (58.7% of island)
HP Healed: 178
Trading Points: 0
Spirits Exorcised: 0 (not a shaman)
Wailing Damage: 624
Ritual Feasts: 0 (not a cannibal)
Mentioned in 0 profile
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NPC kills: 202; last kill: turtle
Natives killed: 0
Outsiders killed: 65; last kill: Macrosoft
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Basic language - Understand the smaller words of foreign languages
Advanced language - Better understanding of foreign languages
Expert language - Full comprehension of foreign languages
Foreign Writing - Not only can you understand foreign languages, you can also write it well enough to be understood
Foreign Speech - Not only can you understand foreign languages, you can also speak it well enough to be understood
Close quarter combat - Gain 10% to hit with melee attacks
Advanced close quarter combat - Gain 15% to hit with melee attacks
Balanced Stance - Sometimes turn a miss into a glancing blow.
Body building - Increases melee damage
Stamina - Increases max HP by 20
Ghostly whisper - Allows spirits to communicate
Haunting scream - Attract other spirits and scare the living
Shocking shriek - Scare nearby living players
Banshee wail - Frighten living players further away
Possession - Be able to possess the bodies of the living
Exploration - Helps you remember some of the places you've been
Cartography - Stops you forgetting where you've visited
Trekking - Faster movement through the jungle
Trailblazing - Increased ability to move and chop through dense jungle
Swimming - Faster movement through water
Basic tracking - With some difficulty, you can track animals and people
Advanced tracking - You can track animals and people who were here recently
Expert tracking - You can track animals and people who were here several days ago.
Tracking mastery - Tracking animals and people is nearly effortless
Clan leadership - Allows you to start your own clan or help lead one
Sixth sense - Sense presence of and hear spirits
Psychic recognition - Lets you recognise active spirits
Haggling - Be able to obtain slightly better prices from some traders
Digging - Can dig deep holes.
Native knowledge - Outsiders gain basic native knowledge
Triage - Be able to tell who is most injured
First aid - Heal 10 HP with a first aid kit
This character has been idle since 2010-09-17.
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