“To me, men!”
“Aye ma’am!” came the cry of retort, 30 guttural voices speaking as one. Not a one questioned the orders of a woman on board this vessel, given that the woman was none other than Anne Dieu-le-Veut, buccaneer Captain of the Cartagena!
Anne Dieu-le-Veut is the rarest of breeds – a female pirate. He name means “Anne God-wants-it” because it was said that she had a will so strong, that it was as if God Himself wanted it.
And she’s a historically real person. Just ask Wikipedia. Go read. I’ll wait.
How cool is she? Hot damn.
DAZ Studio, no postwork
Notes: There’s definitely a pirate thing in the air today what with ChattyDM’s Fey pirates and airships and old Uncle Bear jawin’ about playing Treasure Fleet. I reckon 4e D&D would rock for playing a Pirates campaign. Arrrrrrr!
Anne Dieu-le-Veut, Good (Chaotic) Female Human Rogue-1
STR 11, CON 13, DEX 16, INT 12, WIS 10, CHA 16
HP 25, bloodied 12, surges 6 x 7/day
AC 15 (Leather jerkin), Fort 12, Ref 16, Will 14, Speed 6
Daggers (x2): +4 vs AC, 1d4, range 5/10, usable off-hand, Thrown: +7 vs AC, 1d4+3
Rapier: +3 vs AC, 1d8, Light blade
Deft Strike/at-will +6 vs AC, Riposte Strike/at-will +6 vs AC, Sly Flourish/at-will +6 vs AC
King’s Castle/enc +6 vs reflex
Trick Strike/day +6 vs AC
Acrobatics +8, Athletics +5, Bluff +8, Intimidate +8, Perception +5, Stealth +8, Thievery +5
Nimble Blade, WP:Rapier, First Strike, Artful Dodger, Sneak Attack +2d6