Carol

A capable merchant and wife of John Wide-fingers

Description:

Characteristics

Intelligence +1
Perception +1
Strength -1
Stamina +0
Presence +0
Communication +3
Dexterity +0
Quickness +0

Age: 26 Year Born: 1197 A.D. Height: 5’1 Weight: 127 lb’s Gender: Female
Decrepitude: 0
Warping Score: 0
Confidence: 0

Virtues

Merchant(Social Status, Free)
Clear Thinking
Puissant Bargain
Intuition

Flaws

Ability Block(Martial)
Driven:Be Matron of a Merchant House
Optimistic

Personality Traits

Loyal -1, Optimistic +3, Temperate +1

Combat

Dodge- Init +0 Atk n/a, Def +2, Dam n/a
Fist- Init +0, Atk +1, Def +1. Dam -1
Kick- Init +0, Atk +1, Def +0, Dam +2
Soak: +0
Fatigue Levels: Ok, 0, -1, -3, -5, Unconscious
Wound Penalties:-1(1-5), -3(6-10), -5(11-15), Incapacitated(16-20), Dead(21)

Abilities

Animal Handling 1, Devonshire Lore 2, Somerset Lore 2, Athletics 1, Awareness 2,Bargain 3+2(18 xp), Brawl 1, Carouse 2, Chirurgy 1, Etiquette 2, Folk Ken 3, Guile 2, Intrigue 2, Leadership 2, English 5, Norman French 3, Profession:Sailor 3, Stealth 2, Survival 2, Swim 2, Teaching 2, Artes Liberales 1, Common Law 1, Latin 1(2 xp)

Equipment

A loose woollen dress of blue, with a white apron over it, along with a veil over her hair, which she usually keeps done up in a tight braided bun. A slender belt hangs from her hips and a small knife, a pouch, and some other small tools hang from it as well. Her shoes are soft cloth, though she will also wear tougher shoes of leather when the measure calls for it.

Bio:

Carol is the daughter of a Merchant who once used his small ship to bring goods up and down the southern coast of England, mostly in Devon and Somerset. It was beneath her fathers gaze that she learned all about trading and the coast, and she eventually married John Wide-Fingers, both because he had a good relationship with her now ailing father, and she knew he was wise enough to follow her lead in business matters, and strong enough to back her up.

She is a clever woman who saw the advantage of hitching their ship to the needs of the covenant early on, and she thus supports measures that will grow the covenant and the community around it. She has been slowly gathering tales of other such establishments, trying to learn all she can and how she might best furnish her own fortunes.

Her great hope is that eventually they might purchase another, larger ship, which John can than pilot, and they can hire a crewman or two and her younger brother can take over the slower barge. With her own son now old enough to walk and a saewin just born she has the concerns of a young mother and business owner both.

Carol

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