City of Glass
Tori – Copy, level 1
Human Power Selection Option: Heroic Effort
FINAL ABILITY SCORES
STR 10, CON 11, DEX 18, INT 13, WIS 8, CHA 16
AC: 16 Fort: 12 Ref: 15 Will: 15
HP: 23 Surges: 2 Surge Value: 5
Arcana +6, History +6, Perception +4, Religion +6, Stealth +9
Acrobatics +4, Athletics +0, Bluff +3, Diplomacy +3, Dungeoneering –1, Endurance +0, Heal –1, Insight –1, Intimidate +3, Nature –1, Streetwise +3, Thievery +4
Basic Attack: Melee Basic Attack
Basic Attack: Ranged Basic Attack
Human Racial Power: Heroic Effort
Vampire Attack: Blood Drinker
Vampire Attack 1: Swarm of Shadows
Vampire Attack 1: Dark Beckoning
Vampire Attack 1: Taste of Life
Vampire Attack 1: Vampire Slam
Level 1: Expert Ritualist
Level 1: Ritual Caster
Cloth Armor (Basic Clothing)
Crossbow Bolt, 20
Flint and Steel
Tori worked enthusiastically as an apprentice for the Walkers. She progressed studiously through the lower ranks of the clergy until her rise was cut abruptly short by a monstrous encounter. A pair of her superiors led her into a situation none of them were prepared for; a vampire killed both ranking clergy, leaving her alive but bitten.
Tori went to her parents for help. They inferred her new nature within a matter of hours. Deeply fundamentalist, but unwilling to harm their child, her parents cast her to the streets with what supplies they could spare. They warned her never to stand against the Church – or to contact it at all. Tori pleaded until they forced her out.
As she wandered the night, Tori’s own words haunted her. “Those that lust unnaturally should cut away their guts in service of the good. They’ll be rewarded vastly for a courageous death.” She nearly tried to kill herself, but couldn’t bring herself to do it.
Tori has the conflicted demeanor of an optimist in a life gone horribly wrong. A part of her – the part she displays most publicly – believes everything will work itself out by the grace of the divine. However, the rejection of her parents planted a bitter seed. Despite years of upbringing, she finds herself curious about the new power at her hand. She flirts uncomfortably with the idea of using these vampiric abilities to do good. Part of her wants to be “free of the curse”, while another part draws ever nearer to the life of hungry shadows.
Turning into something she’s been taught and taught others to despise has forced her to face her own hypocrisy. She’s quick to judge others in hopes of hiding her own flaws, but veils this judgement in a motherly – sometimes condescending – approach. She’ll only lash out if confronted directly. Otherwise, she’s a very nice individual, determined to stand out as a light against the walls of darkness closing in on her. She’ll go to great lengths to prove she’s not a bad person.