Kavak

Kavak the Feared, FATE Edition

Description:

Player: ZilchR0

Character: Kavak the Feared, Summoner of Voke the Flesh-Eater

Occupation: Summoner


Skills

Legendary (+8)
Epic (+7)
Fantastic (+6)
Superb (+5)
Great (+4) Dimensions
Good (+3) Alertness Resolve
Fair (+2) Academics Stealth Investigation
Average (+1) Intimidation Athletics Deceit Survival

Stunts

Name Effect
Summon Lesser Planar Inhabitant (p. 126) You can summon minions from another plane (often referred to as “lesser demons”); see “A Note on Summoning” on page 121.
Summon Greater Planar Inhabitant (p. 126) You can summon more powerful inhabitants of other planes (often referred to as “greater demons”), often as a ritual or group working; see “A Note on Summoning” on page 121.
Advanced Summoning (p. 39) You receive an additional +3 advances when defining a summoned creature, for a total of 9 advances (plus the Summonable advance).
Binding (p. 39) You can bind one or more creatures summoned in a single summoning, either into an object, place, or to yourself, enabling them to last for more than one scene (see page 167). You can take multiple Binding stunts, each binding a different creature.

Aspects


Fate Points

Current Refresh
6 6

Status

Physical Stress X X X X X
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Composure Stress X X X
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Consequences
Minor -2
Major -4
Severe -6
Extreme -8

Equipment

Shield Medallion Goblin Twisted Holy Symbol Rod of Curing Rod of Inflict

Armour

Type Shield Medallion
Aspects
Bonus
Armour Consequences
Minor -2
Major -4
Severe -6
Extreme -8

Bio:

Phase One: Early Days

Phase One is the character’s time on the farm, in the army, at sea, maybe as an apprentice or street urchin living on his wits. It’s when characters begin realizing their true potential.

Title Aspect Aspect

Body of story.


Phase Two: Legend

Phase Two is the character’s first legend, the first major adventure starring him or her! Each player should come up with a title for the legend starring his character, in a comic book style. Each player then thinks up a story to match the title. It doesn’t have to be hugely detailed, no more than the synopsis on the back of a DVD or novel.

Title Aspect Aspect

Body of story.


Phase Three: Guest Star

At the beginning of this phase, the Story Teller writes down the titles of all the legends on separate sheets of paper, shuffles the stack, and hands them out. If a player gets his own legend, he should trade with the person to his right until everyone has a title that isn’t theirs. The legend a player is holding is one his character had a supporting role in. For each legend, the involved players, the player whos legend it is, and the player who’s just received it on his piece of paper, should discuss the story, and add one or two sentences to the legend to reflect the supporting character’s role.

Title Aspect Aspect

Body of story.


Phase Four: Guest Star (or Legend)

Phase Four and any subsequent phases are identical to Phase Three, with the caveat that no character can co-star in the same legend twice. Optionally you may also create a new legend.

Title Aspect Aspect

Body of story.

Kavak

Swamp is Slimy, Toads are Shiny ZilchR0