Skip to main content

Michel Montfort, Dungeon Fantasy Swashbuckler

Michel Montfort

250 points

ST 11 [10]; DX 15 [100]; IQ 10 [0]; HT 13 [30].
Damage 1d-1/1d+1; BL 24 lbs.; HP 11 [0]; Will 10 [0]; Per 10 [0]; FP 13 [0].
Basic Speed 7.00 [0]; Basic Move 7 [0].
5’7”, 145 lbs.

Social Background

TL: 3 [0].
CF: Common (Native) [0].
Languages: Common (Native) [0].


Combat Reflexes [15]; Enhanced Dodge 1 [15]; Extra Attack 1 [25]; Extraordinary Luck [30]; Enhanced Parry 1 (Broadsword) [5]; Rapier Wit [5]; Signature Gear 2 (Breastplate and broadsword) [2]; Weapon Master (Broadsword) [20].
Perks: Weapon Bond (Any starting weapon) [1].


Code of Honor (Gentleman’s) [-10]; Compulsive Carousing (12) [-5]; Gregarious [-10]; Impulsiveness (12) [-10]; Overconfidence (12) [-5]; Sense of Duty (Adventuring companions) [-5]; Vow (Use only weapon of choice) [-5].
Quirks: Annoyingly proud of his mustache; Loves the phrase, “What, ho!” [-2]


Acrobatics (H) DX [4]-15; Brawling (E) DX+1 [2]-16; Broadsword (A) DX+3 [12]-18; Carousing (E) HT [1]-13; Climbing (A) DX-1 [1]-14; Fast-Draw (Knife) (E) DX+1 [1]-16†; Fast-Draw (Sword) (E) DX+1 [1]-16†; Fast-Talk (A) IQ-1 [1]-9; First Aid (E) IQ [1]-10; Gesture (E) IQ [1]-10; Hiking (A) HT-1 [1]-12; Jumping (E) DX [1]-15; Savoir-Faire (High Society) (E) IQ+1 [2]-11; Scrounging (E) Per [1]-10; Sex Appeal (A) HT-1 [1]-12; Shield (Buckler) (E) DX+3 [8]-18; Stealth (A) DX-1 [1]-14; Thrown Weapon (Knife) (E) DX+1 [2]-16; Wrestling (A) DX [2]-15.
† Includes +1 for Combat Reflexes.


Blanket (p. B288) [Torso] $20, 4 lbs.
Canteen (p. B288) [Torso] $10, 3 lbs.
Personal Basics (p. B288) [Sack] $5, 1 lb.
Rations x12 (p. B288) [Sack] $24, 6 lbs.
Rope, 3/8” (10 yards) (p. B288) [Sack] Supports 300 lbs. $5, 1.5 lbs.
Sack (1, p. 24) [Torso] Holds 40 lbs. $30, 3 lbs.
Torch x2 (p. B288) [Sack] $6, 2 lbs.
Boots (p. B284) of fine material [Feet] DR 2*. $240, 3 lbs.
Cloth Armor (p. B283) [Torso] DR 1*. $30, 6 lbs.
Hat, Wide (8, p. 17) of fine material [Head] $54, 0.3 lb.
Heavy Leather Leggings (p. B283) [Legs] DR 2. $60, 4 lbs.
Heavy Leather Sleeves (p. B283) [Arms] DR 2. $50, 2 lbs.
Ordinary Clothing (p. B266) of fine material [Torso, Arms, Legs] $360, 2 lbs.
Steel Breastplate (p. B283) [Torso] DR 5F. $500, 18 lbs.
Light Buckler (p. B287) [Torso] DB 1. $25, 2 lbs.
Broadsword (p. B271) [Torso] Damage sw+1 (1d+4) cut or thr+1 (1d+2) cr. $500, 3 lbs.

Total Weight: 60.8 lbs. (Medium)
Cash: $81

Popular posts from this blog

Dungeon Crate, May 2016

For my birthday last month, my friends got me a subscription to DungeonCrate.  This service is the RPG-focused entry in the current "crate" craze, where you pay a subscription fee and a box of themed stuff is sent to your home monthly, quarterly, or whatever. Well, my first crate arrived today, and I thought I'd go through it here on the blog.

Discworld RPG Review

The Discworld Roleplaying Game is a standalone fantasy RPG written by Phil Masters with rules based on GURPS Fourth Edition by Steve Jackson Games. It is the second edition of Discworld RPG, following the original GURPS Discworld published in 1998 and reprinted under the Discworld RPG name in 2002.

For those who may not be familiar, Discworld is the setting of an extremely popular series of fantasy novels written by Sir Terry Pratchett. The Disc consists of a flat, circular plane resting on the backs of four elephants who in turn stand on the shell of an enormous turtle which swims through space. It began as a fairly traditional — if satirical — fantasy world, but through over 40 novels, Pratchett advanced the setting into a rich canvas on which to poke fun at the peculiarities of modern life.

The first edition of the Discworld RPG was based on GURPS Third Edition, and it included GURPS Lite, a pared down version of the core system. Still, it relied perhaps too much on knowledge of th…

Voting Is Live For The 2016 Ennie Awards

The 2016 Ennie Awards are now open for voting. Go to to vote for the great gaming products in two dozen categories.

While you’re there, I hope you’ll consider voting for It’s Element-ary! for Best Family Game. I’m up against some very worthy competition, and I’m honored just to be nominated. But who knows what could happen, right?