If boyhood and youth are but vanity, must it not be our ambition to become men?



  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 21
  • Build: Svelte
  • Height: 6’4", 193cm
  • Weight: 176lbs, 80kg
  • Handedness: Right-Handed
  • Skin Colour: Tanned
  • Eye Colour: Blue
  • Hair Colour: Brown
  • Rank: Cleric


WS 42 Wounds 13/14
BS 37 Kills 32+213*
Str 36 Insanity 50
T 36 Corruption 54
Ag 41
Int 38
Per 30
WP 51
Fel 39


Death Light
Frag Grenades x3


Awareness +10
Charm Skilled
Command Skilled
Deceive +10
Dodge Skilled
Inquiry Skilled
Scrutiny Skilled
Literacy Skilled
Speak Language ( Low Gothic) Skilled
Speak Language ( High Gothic)
Common Lore ( Ecclesiarchy)
Common Lore ( Imperial Creed)
Common Lore ( Imperium)
Common Lore ( Legends)
Common Lore ( War)
Performer ( Singer) Skilled
Performer ( Musician) +10
Trade ( Cook) Skilled


Air of Authority
Blessed Ignorance
Liturgical Familiarity
Superior Origins
Melee Weapon Training ( Primitive)
Melee Weapon Training ( Chain)
Thrown Weapon Training ( Primitive)
Pistol Training ( SP)
Pistol Training ( Las)
Basic Weapon Training ( Las)
Sound Constitution x2
Die Hard
Insanely Faithful


Paris (born Addis Bond), was raised and brought up on the imperial agri-world Hesiod’s Wake. He was the youngest of three children, and the only male child in the family. Hoping for their son to be helpful in maintaining the farm, his parents chose to name him a good, traditional farmer’s name. Since birth, Addis was a gangly child, very tall and fairly thin. The farm fared well, and the family always had enough to eat, if not plenty of excess to sell. However, despite hearty meals and daily labour, Addis was never able to build his physique.

From a young age, Addis was told tales of ancient wars and eternal heroes. He considered these stories to be the greatest treasures of the past, and spent many toiling days daydreaming of becoming an eternal warrior himself. However, he knew his dreams could never come to fruition due to his mediocre build. He spent many nights trying to improve his condition, but to no avail.

When he turned eighteen, Addis was given the family task of travelling to town weekly to sell and exchange surplus. There he met Madeline Hunter, the young daughter of a local blacksmith. After several weeks, the two became very close and grew to know each other very well. Addis soon found himself overwhelmingly in love, and decided to propose when he was able to attain land of his own.

Shortly following, Madeline giddily shared the news of Thet Strauns, her new fiancé. A decorated guardsman who showed much promise, Thet was everything Addis had dreamt of becoming. The announcement left Addis heartbroken and devastated. Deciding to fight his path as a “nobody,” he left home in an attempt to make a name for himself.

Needing to leave his past behind, Addis purged himself of farm life. In memory of his childhood stories, he changed his name to Paris, seducer of beautiful women and instigator of wars. Unable to become a great fighter, he chose a new life as a cleric, impressing people with words instead of brawn.

Paris currently lives with the drive to make a legend of himself before he dies. He fills the emptiness of losing his life-love by surrounding himself with women, drugs, and alcohol when possible. He has an ingrained dislike for guardsmen, though tries his best to conceal it, as it provides people with a connection to his past. There are no boundaries Paris is unwilling to cross in order to reach the immortality of legend.


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