Drusilla the Unblooded

A giant slave-gladiator.


Giant, female, 19 years old. 6’ 11", 295 lbs.
1st Level Giant, 1st Level Fighter

Nationality: Thalian

Strength: 20
Dexterity: 14
Constitution: 18
Intelligence: 10
Wisdom: 12
Charisma: 15

Experience Points: 1’113/3’300
Hero Points: 0

Speed: 40 ft.
Initiative: +2
Size: Medium

Hit Points: 25/25
Armor Class: 15 (16 vs. swords)
Flat-Footed AC: 13
Touch AC: 12 (13 vs. swords)

Saving Throws
Fortitude +8
Reflex +2
Will +1

Racial Traits/Class Features
Armor Proficiency: Light, Medium, Heavy and Shields
Giant type
Weapon Proficiency: Simple and Martial

Feats and Talents
Fleet of Foot
Natural Swordsman
Weapon Focus – Greatsword

Climb +5
Craft (Blacksmith) +2
Diplomacy +4
Handle Animal +2
Intimidate +5
Jump +5
Knowledge (ceremony) +0
Knowledge (Giant) +0
Perform (ballad) +2
Perform (gladiator) +7
Perform (storytelling) +2
Ride +2
Sense Motive +3
Swim +5

Languages: Faridian, Thalian

Simple desert garb (Knee-length smock and sandals)
Waist sash (tucked into: potions of healing (3), potion of extra-healing)
Studded leather jack, Helm

Dagger: +6 to hit, 1d4 +4 damage
Greatsword : +7 to hit, 2d6 +6 damage



Drusilla is an imposing figure; the slave is almost seven feet tall, with a heavily sculpted body-builder’s physique. Drusilla’s face is surprisingly gentle and honest; she usually wears her dark, glossy hair long and braids it before entering the arena.


Drusilla’s mother, Korinna, was a pirate aboard The Dishonoros (so-named because the pirates made their hideout at the mouth of the Lo River in the Honoros Forest). The Dishonoros had a long and storied history of piracy against the merchant vessels of Thales and the sea elf colonies of Maleth and Massallia. But their luck was not to last forever.

The sea elves launched a concerted campaign to rid their waters of the dreaded band of pirates and The Dishonoros’ hideout was attacked and destroyed. The Dishonoros was defeated in battle, but managed to escape and limp away to the east. The pirates were lost at sea for many, many weeks but were afraid to return west.

They were attacked again by elves from Keekee Springs and driven onto the Ipippi Reef and marooned. Korinna was among the few survivors who was taken alive. The infamous pirate made a very attractive prospect on the slave block. The former tyrant of the waves soon found herself owned destined for a life as a gladiator – despite the fact that she was pregnant.

Born in the slave pens at The Colosseum, Drusilla was raised by slaves and gladiators. As a young child she was put to work in the kitchens, and later cleaning the blood and limbs from the arena floor (often after her own mother’s deadly bouts). With the advent of her teenage years, Drusilla developed her epic physique and was quickly groomed as a gladiator.

Korinna the Pirate, was beginning to slow down, age finally catching up with Ishtaduk’s favorite gladiator. Blood-thirsty fans have long been craving the day when Korinna’s own daughter would take to the sands herself…

Current Status

They would not have to wait for long. Drusilla’s owners, House Arimanes, entered both Drusilla and her mother’s names onto the Rolls in time for the Dar Games, knowing fully well that there can only be one Dar Champion.

Drusilla was selected for the very first fight after the Opening Ceremony. A dwarf and a giant would fight a dwarf and a giant; Drusilla fought alongside Rikard the Bull and together they defeated the templar Captain Doud and berserker Hagga the Howler. It was a brutally fought contest, and Drusilla claimed the Captain’s bag of healing potions as her reward.

Drusilla the Unblooded

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