Kal'Reegar Vakarian

Human Male Barbarian


Young but a little world weary. Long dark hair pulled back into a slightly messy ponytail, and a muscular stature.

Height: 6’3 Weight: 210 lbs Hair: Black Eyes: Gray Age: 25

Alignment: Neutral Good

Class: Barbarian

Total HP: 42

BAB: +3


Fortitude: 6

Reflex: 3

Will: 2

Ability Scores

  • Strength: 19
  • Dexterity: 14
  • Constitution: 16
  • Intelligence: 16
  • Wisdom: 12
  • Charisma: 15

Armor Class
AC: 20
Touch: 13


Spear 1D8 Crit: X3 Type: P Range: 20 S: Brace
Warhammer 1D8 Crit: X3 Type: B
Sling 1D4 Crit: X2 Type :B Range: 50 Ammo: 30
Earthbreaker 2D6 Crit: X3 Type: B
Halberd 1D10 Crit: X3 Type: S/P S: Brace, Trip
High Fist Hammer: Stats: Unknown.

Breastplate AC bonus: 6
Buckler AC bonus: 1
High Fist Armor: Stats: Unknown


There is a land far, far to the north, and east, that is inhabited by a savage and violent people. It is called Badenoch. Badenoch’s history is one of war, and it’s warriors are of the feircest and most brutal in the world. At a young age, sons (and often daughters) are taught the way of the Fearg, a discipline(or lack thereof) of fury that transforms the warrior into a fearless and berserker. The result is a nation that, if united, would be a force to be reckoned with. Fortunately for the surrounding countries, the mindset of war that is common with this people causes them to mistrust those not of their village. There is no central government in Badenoch. Each village governs themselves, resulting in a divided country.
Also distracting Badenoch’s inhabitants are the many wandering orc tribes that constantly attack and raid their villages from the north. These wars satisfy the Badenmen’s thirst for battle satiated enough to keep them from turning their eyes toward their neighboring countries.
It is in this country, in a small village, that Kal’Reegar Vakarian was born. His parents, as humble farmers, were seen as lower class, and of little consequence. Raised in a peaceful( well, peaceful for Badenmen) home, among a violent society had a curious effect on the young boy. He was taught the values of honesty, virtue and compassion at home, while learning the ways of violence and war at school and play.
“School” comprised of warriors, usually the older ones when the village was at war, and was less of a formal education as it was a training time. This is where the “teachers” encouraged raucous behavior, violence, and above all, anger. In fact, this was how the young ones were taught how to focus their anger into a true rage.
Kal’Reegar, though, had trouble with this. His was not an angry spirit. While he longed for battle just as his peers did,

Kal'Reegar Vakarian

Rise of the Mordri KalReegar