@Zupponn, it just so happens that creating your own character is the best way to win over a GM, and your character actually makes sense with the setting. In fact, I was hoping one of you guys would create a literal investigator. You're in. Also, you need four hobby skills.
Sorry I'm late guys, today was really busy and I was just in a mood yesterday.Sten Bos
lawmaster wrote:Quickly grab a war hammer from inside and use it to attack the car.
You quickly go inside, and grab your "war hammer". It's a very well crafted weapon you made ornately designed with a carving of a lion on both faces. It's designed to be lightweight so that someone of your meager strength can lift and swing it without toppling over. You doubt you can create anything as good as it in your entire life. As you come back out, you see the car and the two aboriginal men. You see the woman restrained in the back seat.
Sten Bos (DEX 11)
Aboriginal 1 (DEX 10)
Aboriginal 2 (DEX 10)
(61) You see the car, and smash it with your hammer. Unfortunately, all you did was dent the hood.
(16)(2) Aboriginal 1 punches you in the face. Hard. -2hp
(23)(3) Aboriginal 2 punches you even harder, aiming for your throat. You drop the hammer and stumble backwards. -3hp
Currently at 10 hp.James Cawthen
mgb519 wrote:"Yes, sir. My name is James Cawthorn. I'm looking for a job out of military service, and this seemed like it'd be right up my alley.'
"Excellent, because I could use more men like you. This job pays at $6.75 an hour, as long as you promise to never form a union with your coworkers. If you are diligent and help keep this bank and it's vault safe you'll be safely employed for years. What do you say?"Peter J. Fist
Scratch wrote:OOC: Let's just say I grabbed the note book/ notebook and be done with the whole business.
I look at the papers on the desk to see whose house I'm in, without riffling through them, then call out to see if anyone's home. Then peer through door without crossing through it.
You look at a few of the papers, but you don't see anything to do with the owner of the house. The papers look like reports.
"Hello?" You call out to see if anyone's home. All you hear afterwards is silence. You then peer through the other door and see a staircase.