A Shy maid-servant and former Camp Follower



Intelligence +0
Perception +1
Strength +0
Stamina +2
Presence +1
Communication +0
Dexterity +1
Quickness +1

Age: 21 Year Born: 1202 A.D. Height: 5’2" Weight: 123 lb’s Gender: Female
Decrepitude: 0
Warping Score: 0
Confidence: 0


Rapid Convalescence


True Love

Personality Traits

Loyal +0, Humble +3, Shy +1


==Dodge- Init +1, Atk n/a, Def +2, Dam n/a
Fist- Init +1, Atk +2, Def +2, Dam +0
Kick- Init +0, Atk +2, Def +1, Dam +3
Dagger- Init +1, Attack +4, Def +2, Dam +3

Soak: 2
Fatigue Levels: Ok, 0, -1, -3, -5, Unconscious
Wound Penalties:-1(1-5), -3(6-10), -5(11-15), Incapacitated(16-20), Dead(21)


Devon-shire Lore 2, Somerset Lore 2, Gloucester 2, Awareness 2, Bargain 2, Carouse 1, Charm 2, Craft:Seamstress 3(10 xp), Etiquette 2, Guile 2, Folk Ken 2(9 xp), Intrigue 1, English 5, Music 1, Profession:Washerwoman 4(11 xp), Stealth 2, Swim 1, Brawl 1


Loose Woolen dress of Green, often with a thick dark grey woolen shawl and a light Grey Caul. She carries a slender dagger in her apron and has a silver ring on a leather thong around her neck, a wedding gift from her husband, though she doesn’t ask where he got it.


Nora was, as many were, an orphan made by the Baronial Wars. Her parents were simple farmers, and their deaths hang heavy on her still. Her elder siblings took her along as they moved with military forces, selling their skills, their bodies and whatever else they could do to survive. The end of the conflict had already split her old family apart, but by than she had found Robert Grins, and despite her shyness, and his disfigurement, romance bloomed. It wasn’t long before she cleaved to his side, as ‘his woman’. She has miscarried twice on campaign, but they were married in a proper ceremony, and he even gave her a ring(looted from some noble on the battlefield).

She loves her husband deeply, and will follow him anywhere, but quite likes the new covenant, and the stability it brings. She hopes it will be a place for her to finally bear him children and restore to her some semblance of the family life she once remembers. Letting her live the life of a good Christian woman… relatively.


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