Been on the island since 2006-08-30
Died: 30 times (last time was 2007-06-08 10:35 at the hands of Sweaty Betty)
Class: Settler (outsider)
Primary Clan: None chosen
Son of an innkeeper near Bristol, England. Left by pirates in the town of York. After a brief expedition into the jungle, young Hawkins was able to slay a tiger. A short while later he met his own untimely death at the hands of Roger the Doleful. Surely the real animal is man.
They carry 1 silver skull cross.
Areas explored: 82 (2.3% of island)
HP Healed: 162
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: 116; last kill: small deer
Natives killed: 0
Outsiders killed: 12; last kill: tordeck
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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
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
Exploration - Helps you remember some of the places you've been
Trekking - Faster movement through the 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
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 been idle since 2007-10-04.
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