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6 I accused a powerful person of a crime, and I've been dodging assassins ever since.
d6 Flaw 1 I obey any legitimate authority, even when they might be wrong.
Discerning infractions requires more careful thought and evidence collection than most realize.
If the enforcer is sufficiently feared, there are a lot fewer infractions in the first place.
2 When I don't have a puzzle to occupy my thoughts, my boredom turns dangerous.
3 I took the expedient path, and now I'm constantly trying to cover it up... 4 I've seen the worst that my city or my race has to offer - only the bottle keeps the demons at bay.
d8 Personality Trait 1 You can never plan for too many contingencies.
You can also perform rituals to call on ancestral spirits and communicate with them. For this part of her background, she was given the "getmethehellouttahere" talent, where strength increased by five while wisdom and intelligence decreased by the same and the involuntary rage scale was used again, with the percentage increasing by distance from the entrance, time in the space, and (most importantly) size of the space. Your DM might even allow for XP bonuses or something for emerging unscathed.Skill Proficiencies: Religion Languages: One of your choice Equipment: A holy symbol, a prayer book or prayer wheel, 5 sticks of incense, vestments, a set of common clothes, and a belt pouch containing 15 gp. 5 A relic of my ancestors was lost, and I must return it. The lair was underground, they used burning oil and guerrilla tactics - we never actually got to kill one.It is your duty to serve your ancestors, and keep them content. Another instance had the party dashing through a cave under a temple and baaaaarely making it to a portal before it all collapsed and buried half of the party in rubble, etc., Looking at these two events in particular, the DM and I identified four PTSD triggers - kobolds, fire, portals, and confined spaces.Skill Proficiencies: Investigation, Intimidation Tool Proficiencies: One type of gaming set, vehicles (land) Equipment: Club, a badge or token of office, a broadsheet or contract with a bounty for a target, gaming set, hooded lantern, manacles, traveler's clothes, 5 gp for bribe Employer Someone hired you as an enforcer.
If you still work for them, maybe they're a continuing source of adventure hooks.When you choose this background, work with your DM to establish who your employer was and what kinds of "cases" you handled.