Skull & Shackles
The lord of Mezdrubal
Male Human Fighter 6
CN Medium humanoid (human)
Init + 5; Senses Perception + 4
AC 18, touch 12, flat- footed 16 (+ 6 armor, + 1 Dex, + 1 dodge)
hp 55 (6d10+ 18)
Fort + 7, Ref + 3, Will + 3 (+ 2 vs. fear)
Defensive Abilities bravery + 2
Speed 30 ft.
Melee + 1 bastard sword + 13/+ 8 (1d10+ 8/19- 20/×2)
Special Attacks weapon training abilities (heavy blades + 1)
Str 18, Dex 13, Con 14, Int 10, Wis 12, Cha 8
Base Atk + 6; CMB + 10; CMD 22
Feats Cleave, Combat Reflexes, Dodge, Exotic Weapon Proficiency (bastard sword), Improved Initiative, Power Attack, Weapon Focus (bastard sword), Weapon Specialization (bastard sword)
Skills Intimidate + 8, Perception + 4, Profession (sailor) + 10, Sense Motive + 4
Other Gear + 2 Chain shirt, + 1 Bastard sword
Bravery + 2 (Ex) + 2 to Will save vs. Fear
Cleave If you hit a foe, attack an adjacent target at the same attack bonus but take – 2 AC.
Combat Reflexes (2 AoO/round) Can make extra attacks of opportunity/rd, and even when flat- footed.
Power Attack – 2/+ 4 You can subtract from your attack roll to add to your damage.
Weapon Training (Blades, Heavy) + 1 (Ex) + 1 Attack, Damage, CMB, CMD with Heavy Blades
Area of Operation Mezdrubal ([[Devil’s Arches]])
Longbeard’s unusual height is a bane for one so keen on sartorial finery. With few high quality tailors available in the Shackles, the pretentious pirate lord must force his 6-foot-5-inch frame into velvet suits and lambskin jackets made for much smaller men, often giving him the look of a boy who grew up too suddenly. He makes up for his shortfall in sleeve-length with a host of jewelry, and perhaps the only thing he appreciates more than fashion is flattery.
Despite his profound indifference to the music and pronounced hatred for the patrons, Longbeard often visits the Three-Horned Hall opera house in Hell Harbor, as his fascination with the finery of the costume is enough to see him through hours of unintelligible noise. His greatest wish is to find someone cunning and daring enough to rob the theater of its wardrobe, an act that would not only furnish him with many beautiful clothes, but would also deal a solid blow to the repute of the paranoid Endymion, whose taxes on Mezdrubal have long been a thorn in Longbeard’s side.