Been on the island since 2008-09-21
Died: 8 times (last time was 2009-04-19 11:45 at the hands of Captain JT Spaulding, killed by a machete)
Class: Settler (outsider)
Primary Clan: The Durham Tea Party
A common man. His head covered in short, scruffy dark brown hair along with a trimmed beard of similar colour.
He wears a loose fitting, beige cloth T-shirt with brown cloth poncho over the top and a pair of baggy beige trousers with leather wraps around his feet in place of shoes.
Around his right leg was a leather holster for his trusted machete and a rifle was hooked over his back. A leather belt held several packs of bullets and herbs and of course a few bottles of water.
A bronze coloured leather satchel was slung over his shoulder and rested against his left hip. In it was of course a first-aid kit, food and an emergency bottle of rum. Just in case.
He wasn't a hunter, a soldier or an adventurer, he was a humble servant of Durham. Doing what he can for his settlemen's prosparity.
They carry 1 tiger tooth amulet.
Areas explored: 85 (2.3% of island)
HP Healed: 118
Trading Points: 0
Spirits Exorcised: 0 (not a shaman)
Wailing Damage: 0
Ritual Feasts: 0 (not a cannibal)
Mentioned in 0 profile
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NPC kills: 44; last kill: large stag
Natives killed: 0
Outsiders killed: 1; last kill: piedeatleta
|NPC kills (detailed):|
Close quarter combat - Gain 10% to hit with melee attacks
Advanced close quarter combat - Gain 15% to hit with melee attacks
Body building - Increases melee damage
Stamina - Increases max HP by 20
Exploration - Helps you remember some of the places you've been
Haggling - Be able to obtain slightly better prices from some traders
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
Scavenging - Assists in finding things within certain areas
This character has indicated they have peaceful intentions and would prefer not to be killed.
This character has been idle since 2009-04-14.
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