Fred Mansfield



Class & Level Level 1 Barbarian

Character Name~ Fred Mansfield

Background~ Soldier

Player Name~ Ben Sexton

Race~ Caucasian

Alignment~ Lawful Good

Experience Points~ 0

Str: 16 (3)
Dex: 10 (0)
Con: 16 (3)
Int: 11 (0)
Wis: 10 (0)
Cha: 14 (2)

Proficiency Bonus~ +2

Armor Class~ 13

Initiative~ 0

Speed~ 30

Current HP~ 15

Hit Dice~ 1d12

Passive Wisdom~ 10
Saving Throws~
Str: 5
Dex: 0
Con: 5
Int: 0
Wis: 0
Cha: 2

Acrobatics: 0
Animal Handling: 0
Arcana: 0
Athletics: 5
Deception: 2
History: 0
Insight: 0
Intimidation: 4
Investigation: 0
Medicine: 0
Nature: 0
Perception: 2
Performance: 2
Persuasion: 2
Religion: 0
Sleight of Hand: 0
Stealth: 0
Survival: 2

Proficiency and Languages~
Common and Elvish

four javelins
explorer’s pack
Rank insignia
deck of cards
common clothes
belt pouch

Features and Traits~
-influence within my former army/organization

Class features
-Rage twice a day, gaining advantage in Str checks and saves, deal +2 damage on strength based melee attacks, and resistance vs bludgeoning, piercing, and slashing damage.
- add con mod to AC when not wearing armor


Spellcasting Class~ None

Spellcasting Ability~ None

Spell Save DC~ None

Spell Attack Bonus~ None

Cantrips~ None

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Spell Descriptions~

Other Detail


Fred Mansfield, the son of poor peasants, was taken from his family and homeland after his home country lost a war against (country name). He grew up in the foreign land of (another country), knowing nothing about his true family. He was conscripted into the army, when (First country) launched another campaign against Mansfield’s adopted home. Mansfield’s country made quick work of the invaders, because the attack was very poorly planed. They counter attacked, driving all the way to Mansfield’s birth town. They wiped out the town, capturing most of the towns people. Mansfield met his family for the first time, and successfully helped them escape. Mansfield left the army, and had roamed the country side until this very date.

Fred Mansfield

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