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Bronze Guard Dog.gcs

Bronze Guard Dog

Identity
Name Bronze Guard Dog
Title
Religion
Player Information
Player NPC
Campaign Islands of War
Created On Jul 1, 2013
Description
Race Golem Height 0” Hair None
Gender Varies Weight 872 lb Eyes Bronze
Age 0 Size +0 Skin Bronze
Birthday Varies TL 4 Hand Varies
217 points
Attributes 95
Advantages 0
Disadvantages 0
Quirks 0
Skills 8
Spells 0
Race 114
Earned 0
Attributes
Strength (ST) 23
Dexterity (DX) 12
Intelligence (IQ) 4
Health (HT) 15
Will 10
Fright Check 10
Basic Speed 6.75
Basic Move 11
Perception 12
Vision 12
Hearing 12
Taste and Smell 12
Touch 12
Damage (Thrust, Swing) 2d+1, 4d+1
Encumbrance, Move & Dodge
Level Max Load Move Dodge
• None (0) 106 lb 11 9
Light (1) 212 lb 8 8
Medium (2) 318 lb 6 7
Heavy (3) 636 lb 4 6
X-Heavy (4) 1,060 lb 2 5
Lifting & Moving Things
Basic Lift 106 lb
One-Handed Lift 212 lb
Two-Handed Lift 848 lb
Shove and Knock Over 1,272 lb
Running Shove and Knock Over 2,544 lb
Carry on Back 1,590 lb
Shift Slightly 5,300 lb
Hit Location
Roll Where - DR
- Eye -9 0
3-4 Skull -7 8
5 Face -5 6
6-7 R. Leg -2 6
8 R. Arm -2 6
9-10 Torso 0 6
11 Groin -3 6
12 L. Arm -2 6
13-14 L. Leg -2 6
15 Hand -4 6
16 Foot -4 6
17-18 Neck -5 6
- Vitals -3 6
Fatigue/Hit Points
Current FP
Basic FP 15
Tired 4
Collapse 0
Unconscious -15
Current HP
Basic HP 23
Reeling 7
Collapse 0
Check #1 -23
Check #2 -46
Check #3 -69
Check #4 -92
Dead -115
Traits Points Ref
Bronze Golem, Large Guard Dog
114
Advantages
421
Claws, Blunt (Feet)
Only pay for hands or feet, not both
3 B42
Damage Resistance 6
30 B47
Discriminitory Smell
Gives +4 bonus to smell and Tracking where smell helps
15 B49
Doesn't Breathe
20 B49
Doesn't Eat or Drink
10 B50
Doesn't Sleep
20 B50
High Pain Threshold
Never suffer shock penalties when injured; +3 on all HT rolls to avoid knockdown and stunning; +3 to resist torture
10 B59
Increased Dexterity 2
No Fine Manipulators, -40%.
24 B15
Increased Health 5
50 B14
Increased Strength 13
No Fine Manipulators, -40%.
78 B14
Injury Tolerance (Homogenous)
40 B60
Injury Tolerance (No Blood)
5 B61
Pressure Support 3
15 B77
Resistant
Mental Attack, +30; Immunity, x1.
30 B81
Resistant
Metabolic Hazards, +30; Immunity, x1.
30 B81
Sealed
15 B82
Teeth, Sharp
1 B91
Ultrahearing
5 B94
Unaging
15 B95
Vacuum Support
5 B96
Disadvantages
-242
Chummy
React to others at +2; -1 to IQ-based skills when alone
-5 B126
Decreased Intelligence 6
-120 B15
Disturbing Voice
-10 B132
Fragile (Unnatural)
Resilient Golems don't have this
-50 B137
Sense of Duty
Master, -2.
-2 B153
Unhealing (Total)
-30 B160
Wealth (Dead Broke)
-25 B25
Domestic Animal
-30 B263
Disadvantages
-30
Cannot Speak
-15 B125
Hidebound
-5 B138
Social Stigma (Valuable Property)
-10 B156
Features
0
Taboo Trait (Fixed IQ)
0 B263
Features
0
Neither has nor spends Fatigue Points
0
Quadruped
-35 B263
Advantages
5
Extra Legs
Four Legs, +5.
5 B54
Disadvantages
-40
Horizontal
-10 B139
No Fine Manipulators
-30 B145
Skills SL RSL Pts Ref
Brawling
14 DX+2 4 B182
Tracking
13 Per+1 4 B226
Melee Weapons Usage Lvl Parry Block Damage Reach ST
Claws, Blunt (Feet)
Only pay for hands or feet, not both
Kick 12 No No 2d+5 cr C,1
Teeth, Sharp Bite 14 No No 2d+2 cut C
Ranged Weapons Usage Lvl Acc Damage Range RoF Shots Bulk Rcl ST
Equipment (0 lb, $0) ? # $ Lb Sum $ Sum Lb Ref

Notes

This is a Bronze Golem specially crafted to house the spirit of a large guard dog, using the Life Force Transfer spell.

It has all the senses a dog would expect to
have, but is much stronger and heavier.

This is normally done to give an ailing pet (or wizard's familiar) a measure of immortality and is only ever done with exceptionally loyal dogs.

It is suggested that the GM use one or more fright checks to suggest how the dog handles the transformation.

This can be lessened for an old dog that was in constant pain or one that was prepared for the change by being the subject of temporary transformative magic in the past. The owners of a pet they're planning to put in a golem often do this to guage what the animal's reaction might be.

Most will slowly step the dog up through weaker golem bodies before going this far, in order to give the dog a chance to adjust to the new level of strength, so they aren't accidentally killed by their pet. This progression is usually followed: leather, clay, concrete, stone and finally bronze.

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