Captain Redsea

Resident Blackhearted Swashbuckler


Class: swashbuckler (lvl 5)/ fighter (lvl 1)

Race: Elf

Alignment: CE

ECL: 6

Focus: Melee fighting

Weapons: Keen scimitar and scimitar (uses two-weapon fighting with no penalties (ambidexterity, two-weapon fighting are the feats which allow this))

Base attack bonus: +6/ +1

AC: 20 (with “Shield of Blades” my character gets a +2 AC bonus while fighting with two weapons)

Touch AC: 15

Flat footed AC: 14

Critical range for keen scimitar: 17-20 (modified from the standard 16-20)

Languages: Common tongue, dwarven, elven, orc,

Stats: Str: 13 (+1)

Dex: 20 (+5)

Con: 14 (+2)

Int: 16 (+3)

Wis: 11

Cha: 15 (+2)

Feats: Weapon Finesse, Ambidexterity, Two-weapon fighting, improved two-weapon fighting, Two-weapon defense

Languages: Common, Elven, Orcish, Dwarven, Undercommon


Captain Redsea has known the path his life would take since he was but a young child. A witness to the murder of his mother, Redsea swore revenge on the filth of a man who carried the title of his father. He lives his current days as a skilled fighter who sails the high seas (mainly the Sea of Stars) in search of his father, who he suspects is the captain of the Reaver waiting for the day when he will be able to show the scoundrel the pain that he suffered through as a child.

His daily routine is somewhat random and disturbing. Redsea is known for his extreme greed, and has stolen many a gold piece from his close friends. Furthermore, he finds entertainment in slaughtering the most innocent of civilians, piercing the good-willed hearts of men with his blackened scimitars which know no mercy. His reputation is wretched and cruel.

Redsea is close friends with the unorthodox Draconis, and is acquainted and partnered with the lonely and temperamental Caedis. Though he sometimes takes advantage of them, he understands and appreciates the bond between him and them; they have more than saved his ass countless times. Redsea is not one to judge based on appearance, or even character for that matter, which is a good reason as to why he befriended Draconis and Caedis in the first place (they are quite strange).

Lastly, a brief description of what Captain Redsea looks like: he is robed in red and black rags, sporting nothing more than dirtied garments and a devious grin. He is known to gamble often, sometimes over pointless tasks such as killing dolphins while sailing the seas. However, do not let his outgoing personality fool you, for he is not one to be crossed and will strike most enemies down with the swift cuts of his Black Scimitars.

Captain Redsea

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