Dimli

The Dwarf

Description:

Dimli Level 1 Soldier
Medium natural humanoid, dwarf fighter XP 200
Initiative + 0 Senses Perception + 5; low-light vision
HP 31; Bloodied 15
AC 16; Fortitude 15, Reflex 10, Will 13
Healing Surges 12 Surge Value 7
Action Points 1
Speed 5

Melee War Axe (standard; at-will) Weapon
+ 6 vs. AC; 1d12 + 5 damage.

Battlerager Vigor
Each time an enemy hits Dimli with a melee or a close attack, he gains 3 temporary hit points (after the attack is resolved).
When Dimli gains temporary hit points by hitting with an attack that has the Invigorating keyword, those temporary hit points stack with any other temporary hit points he already has.
When wearing light armor or chainmail, Dimli gains a +2 bonus to damage rolls with melee and close weapon attacks whenever he has temporary hit points (+1 if he is wielding a weapon other than an axe, a hammer, a mace, or a pick).

Combat Challenge
Every time Dimli attacks an enemy, whether that attack hits or misses, he can mark that target. The mark lasts until the end of his next turn. In addition, whenever an adjacent enemy shifts, Dimli makes a melee basic attack against that enemy (as an immediate interrupt).

Stand Your Ground
When an effect forces Dimli to move — through a push, a pull, or a slide — he moves 1 square less than the effect specifies. When an attack would knock Dimli prone, he gains an immediate saving throw to avoid falling prone.

Alignment Good Languages Common, Dwarven
Skills Athletics + 9, Endurance + 8, Heal + 8
Str 18 (+4) Dex 10 (+0) Wis 13 (+1)
Con 16 (+3) Int 10 (+0) Cha 8 (-1)

Equipment
Feats Dwarven Weapon Training
Region Derria

At-Will Exploits

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Fighter Attack 1
Cleave

</tr></td> </table> <table width=”350”> <tr> <td>Dimli hits one enemy, then cleaves into another. </table> </tr></td> </table> <table width=”350”> <tr><td>At-Will Martial, Weapon
Standard Action
Melee
weapon
Target: One creature.
Attack: + 6 vs. AC
Hit: 1d12 + 4 damage, and an enemy adjacent to Dimli other than the target takes 4 damage.</tr></td></table>

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Fighter Attack 1
Crushing Surge

</tr></td> </table> <table width=”350”> <tr> <td>The feel of Dimli’s weapon crunching against the enemy puts his heart back in the fight. </table> <table width=”350”> <tr><td>At-Will Invigorating, Martial, Weapon
Standard Action
Melee
weapon
Target: One creature.
Attack: + 6 vs. AC
Hit: 1d12 + 4 damage.</tr></td></table>

Encounter Exploits

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Fighter Attack 1
Bell Ringer

</tr></td> </table> <table width=”350”> <tr> <td>Dimli smashes his weapon into his enemy, jarring his vitals. </table> </tr></td> </table> <table width=”350”> <tr><td>Encounter Martial
Standard Action
Melee
weapon
Target: One creature
Attack: + 6 vs. Fortitude
Hit: 3 damage (no damage if he is wielding a weapon other than an axe, a hammer, or a mace), and the target is dazed until the end of your next turn.</tr></td></table>

Daily Exploits

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Fighter Attack 1
Knee Breaker

</tr></td> </table> <table width=”350”> <tr> <td>By smashing into his opponent’s legs, Dimli makes even the thought of moving painful for the foe. </table> </tr></td> </table> <table width=”350”> <tr><td>Daily Invigorating, Martial, Weapon
Standard Action
Melee
weapon
Target: One creature.
Attack: + 6 vs. AC
Hit: 2d12 + 7 damage, and the target is slowed (save ends). If the target is already slowed, it is instead immobilized (save ends).
Miss: Half damage, and the target is not slowed or immobilized.</tr></td></table>

Dimli’s Tactics
Dimli is a front line fighter. He will move into the enemy as quickly as possible and stay among the enemies while gaining temporary hit points with his invigorating attacks and waiting for an ally to slow a particularly nasty enemy so that he can hit him with a solid knee breaker.

Bio:

Dimli loves gold, axes and ale. He always seems to have a stash of gold secreted away somewhere. He’s really, really good with his dwarven axes. He’s not so good with darts, though. When he starts playing, duck.

The Good: He’s got a lot of gold and can pretty much drink anyone under the table!

The Bad: Sometimes, he gets a little grumpy…

Dimli

Red Dragon Inn Nalan