Kavik Draque

First Rogue Trader of the Draque Dynasty

Description:
Character Overview
Name: Kavik Draque Career: Rogue Trader Ship: Collateral Damage
Wounds: 13 (10+3) Fate Points: 3 Rank: 4 (Advancement)
Insanity: 18 Corruption: 6 Profit Factor: 26
Art credit: Columbussage
WS BS S T Ag Int Per WP Fel
47 63 30 38 43 43 35 54 50
Basic skills B T +10 +20 Mods
Awareness (Per)
Barter (Fel)
Carouse (T)
Charm (Fel)
Climb (S)
Command (Fel) +10
Concealment (Ag)
Contortionist (Ag)
Deceive (Fel)
Disguise (Fel)
Dodge (Ag)
Evaluate (Int)
Gamble (Int)
Inquiry (Fel)
Intimidate (S) +10
Logic (Int)
Scrutiny (Per)
Search (Per)
Silent Move (Ag)
Swim (S)
Group skills B T +10 +20 Mods
Ciphers (Int)
Rogue Trader
Drive (Ag)
Navigation (Int)
Performer (Fel)
Pilot (Ag)
Trade (Int)
Advanced skills B T +10 +20 Mods
Acrobatics (Ag)
Blather (Fel)
Chem-Use (Int)
Commerce (Fel)
Demolition (Int)
Interrogation (WP)
Literacy (Int)
Medicae (Int)
Psyniscience (Per)
Security (Ag)
Shadowing (Ag)
Sleight of Hand (Ag)
Survival (Int)
Tech-Use (Int)
Tracking (Int)
Wrangling (Int)
Lore skills B T +10 +20 Mods
Common Lore (Int)
Imperium
Imperial Navy
War
Rogue Traders
Forbidden Lore (Int)
Heresy
Pirates
Scholastic Lore (Int)
Astromancy
Tactica Imperialis
Heraldry
Legend
Secret Tongue (Int)
Military
Rogue Trader
Speak Language (Int)
High Gothic
Low Gothic
Trader’s Cant
Talents
Hatred (Chaos, Orks): Gain +10 bonus to all Weapon Skill tests against hated creatures.
Nerves of Steel: May re-roll Willpower tests to avoid or recover from pinning.
Peer (Military, Nobility): Gain a +10 bonus to all Fellowship tests when interacting with the chosen groups.
Air of Authority: On a successful Command test, the Explorer may affect a number of friendly targets equal to 1d10 plus his fellowship bonus.
Ambidextrous: The Explorer can use either hand equally well for any task, and does not suffer the -20 penalty for using his off hand.
Jaded: Outrageous events, from death’s horrific visage to xenos abominations, will not cause Insanity Points or Fear Tests. Terrors of the Warp still affect the character normally.
Iron Discipline: If the Explorer is visible to his followers, they may re-roll failed Willpower Tests made to resist Fear and Pinning. +10 to Command Tests while leading boarding actions.
Into the Jaws of Hell: The Explorer inspires loyalty and devotion in his followers such that they would follow him into the warp or on a boarding action against xeno corsairs. In personal combat, while visible to them, they are immune to Fear and Pinning. While the character is known to be on board a ship in which he serves, the ship has a +5 bonus to its Morale.
Leap Up: Standing up is now a free action.
Quick Draw: Drawing a pistol, basic weapon, or one-handed melee weapon is now a free action.
Resistance (Fear): +10 to Willpower tests made to resist Fear.
Two Weapon Wielder (Melee, Ballistic): When armed with two melee weapons, two ballistic weapons, or one of each, the Explorer may use a Full Action to attack with both. Both tests are made at a -20 penalty. Ambidextrous reduces this penalty to -10.
Gunslinger: The penalty for attacking with two pistols in a turn is reduced -10. If the Explorer possesses the Ambidextrous talent, the penalty is reduced to 0.
Swift Attack: As a Full Action, the Explorer may make a second attack with a single melee weapon. Can be combined with Two Weapon Wielder.
Sound Constitution 3: The Explorer Gains an additional wound.
Pistol Weapon Training (Universal)
Melee Weapon Training (Universal)
Basic Weapon Training (Las)
Traits & Benefits
Exceptional Leader: As a free action once per round, the Rogue Trader may grant an ally that he can see and who can hear him +10% to any one test.
Constant Combat Training: Fortress worlders suffer a -5 penalty on Social Interaction Tests regarding non-combat topics (GM’s discretion).
Equipment
Micro-bead
Void Suit
Suit of Fine Clothing
Xeno-Pelt Cloak
Bionic Arm (Best-Craftsmanship)
Plasma Pistol
Hand Cannon (Good-Craftsmanship)
Mordian-Pattern Power Sword
Hydraphur-Pattern Chain Sword
Stormtrooper Carapace Armor
Archeotech Carapace Curiass (Good-Craftsmanship, grants +10 Command and Intimidate while worn)
Power Armor
Ryza-Pattern Plasma Pistol
Class: Pistol Damage: 1d10+6E Penetration: 6
Range: 30m RoF: S/2/- Clip: 10 Reload: 3 Full
Special rules: Overheat
Good-Craftsmanship Cadian-Pattern Hand Cannon
Class: Pistol Damage: 1d10+4I Penetration: 2
Range: 35m RoF: S/-/- Clip: 5 Reload: 2 Full
Special rules: Reliable
Thunder Hammer
Class: Melee Damage: 2d10+8E Penetration: 10
Special rules: Power Field, Unwieldy
Damage in Power Armor: 2d10+10E
Mordian-Pattern Power Sword
Class: Melee Damage: 1d10+9E Penetration: 5
Special rules: Power Field, +15 bonus to parrying
Damage in Power Armor: 1d10+11E
Hydraphur-Pattern Chain Sword
Class: Melee Damage: 1d10+6R Penetration: 2
Special rules: Tearing
Damage in Power Armor: 1d10+8R
Shipboard Armor
Head 6 1-10
Right arm 6 11-20
Left arm 6 21-30
Body 6 (7) 31-70
Right leg 6 71-85
Left leg 6 86-100
Type: Storm Trooper Carapace
Special rules: none
Combat Armor
Head 8 1-10
Right arm 8 11-20
Left arm 8 21-30
Body 8 31-70
Right leg 8 71-85
Left leg 8 86-100
Type: Power Armor
Special rules: +20 Strength, Advanced Helmet Systems
Bio:

Kavik Draque was born to war. His father was Theonas Draque – Protector of Cadia, Lord Marshal of the Cadian 12th Legion, and Slayer of Arch-Heretic Belial. So, from his earliest days, Kavik had a daunting reputation to live up to. Furthermore, with his mother gone (killed by Chaos raiders when he was mere months old), there were no moderating influences in young Kavik’s life. And so, he was raised in the strictest military tradition.

At the earliest acceptable age, Kavik enlisted in the Cadian Guard and was commissioned into the Cadian 8th Infantry Regiment as a 3rd Lieutenant. There, he served under Commissar Yordan in defense of the Cadian Gate. Occasionally at terrible cost. Once, he was forced to employ pirate forces to cleanse an Imperial colony that had been tainted by the forces of Chaos. The Emperor’s Will was done, but Kavik will live forever with the horrors he witnessed that day. Kavik proved his valor countless times against the hordes of Chaos and quickly rose through the ranks. It was during this extended campaign that Kavik’s father, Theonas, died. Strangely enough for a guardsman, it was of natural causes. Still, his father’s death had a profound impact on Kavik. He requested an immediate transfer and, having recently earned his General’s stars, was given command of the Cadian 180th “Stalking Tigers” Armored Infantry Regiment and ordered to engage and halt the advance of the invading Goff WAAAGH!

Kavik’s campaign against the Goffs was long and brutal. It was during this time that he encountered both Triox Kalin, a tech priest stranded on a remote outpost who Kavik rescued and returned to Imperial space, and Lilyth Renatus, a Guard Commander who Kavik aided in joining the Ecclesiarchy. After years of fierce fighting on dozens of worlds, the Orks were finally driven back to the edges of Imperial space. By now, the “Stalking Tigers” had suffered significant casualties and were now grossly undermanned and rapidly running out of ammunition. Fortunately, earlier in his campaign, Kavik had aided a planetary governor by the name of Lucan Nicostratus against the Orks and whether it was out of a sense of indebtedness, personal duty to the Emperor, or just to having something to hold over him, Nicostratus contributed significant assets in men and materiel to Kavik’s beleaguered fighting force. Later, Nicostratus’s true motives would be revealed in the form of his son, Herodion Nicostratus.

With the newly replenished Cadian 180th, Kavik was finally able to take the fight to the Orks. The conclusive series of battles occurred on a hell-hole of a backwater known as Dust. However, even this god-forsaken place yielded surprising fruit. Outside of the confines of the beleaguered Imperial Guard watch post, the natives of Dust had been systematically and thoroughly subjugated by king of sorts. Kavik sought out this individual, a skilled warrior going by the name of Victrix. Recognizing her talent not only as a fighter, but as a commander – not to mention a desire to be free of this hell-hole – Kavik promptly offered Victrix a commission as his First Lieutenant. She brought with her nearly a division worth of battle-hardened feral-world soldiers that, once equipped with standard-issue Imperial STC arms, proved an imposing fighting force. Together, Kavik and Victrix laid waste to the opposing Ork forces and drove their shattered remnants from Dust and the Segmentum Obscuris altogether.

Upon his victorious return to the Segmentum Solar to present the trophies of war to the Administratum and report the success of his crusade, Kavik was received with a hero’s welcome. In fact, his campaign against the Goffs had been so successful, the Administratum had deemed his successes worthy of even greater rewards. An ancient Warrant of Trade, dating back to a long-since failed trade empire established during the Angevin Crusade, was dusted off and re-issued, thus establishing Kavik Draque as the first Rogue Trader of the Draque Dynasty.

Now, all he needs is a crew…

Kavik Draque

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