Grazon Malachite

Roaming monk who believes the body is the perfect weapon.

Description:

Human Monk (17)
Medium Humanoid
Alignment: Lawful Neutral
Hit Dice: 17d8+68 (153)
Initiative: +12
Speed: 80
Space/Reach: 5 ft./5 ft.

AC: 25 (10 +5(Monk) +4(Dex) +1(Dodge) +5(Wisdom))

Saves: Fort +16, Ref +16, Will +15

Stats: Str 26, Dex 22, Con 19, Int 17, Wis 20, Cha 13

Full Attack:
Unarmed: +26 / +21 / +16 melee (2d10+13)


==| FEATS |==
Improved Unarmed Strike										
Stunning Fist										
Dodge										
Mobility										
Medusa’s Wrath										
Combat Reflexes										
Improved Crit: Unarmed Strike										
Improved Initiative										
Great Fortitude										
Improved Great Fortitude										
Stand Still										
Step Up										
Spider Step										
Wpn Focus: Unarmed Strike										
Dragon Style										
Dragon Ferocity										
Critical Focus										
Spring Attack										

==| Languages |==
Common

==| Class Features: Monk (17) |==
TBD

==| MAGICAL ITEMS WORN |==
Head: Headband of Mental Prowess +6 ( )
Neck: Amulet of Mighty Strikes ( )
Body: Monk's Robe ( ) 
Belt: Belt of Physical Perfection +6 ( )

==| MONEY |==
Platinum:0   Gold:4782   Silver:8   Copper:0


==| TOTAL CHARACTER VALUE |==
403,500 gp.
Bio:

Grazon Malachite was born into a tribe that called themselves The Waneao (Wah-no) and were a nomadic tribe that elected its warriors and leaders by combative contests. In these contests there were no weapons other than the human body itself. The Waneao had perfected the martial arts and even altered the air of reality about themselves by using their skill in some cases.

Recently the tribe had been attacked by abberations and killed the odd tribesman. As the Waneao struggled to defend themselves the abberations attacked more frequently and in greater number. During once such attack Grazon, the son of the current tribal chief, Azalon, was greatly injured.

Grazon was sent to a cave that the tribe believed secure to heal with the tribes lead medicine woman, Te’Mul. When Grazon finally came to some days later he discovered that Te’Mul had hidden his body and suffered the violent wrath of the abberations alone, having sacrificed herself for him.

Returning to the tribal plot Grazon found nothing but blood and bones. His tribe had been destroyed to the last man, woman and child. Swearing vengeance on the abberations and whatever powers that created them, Grazon gathered some of his fathers belongings and set off on a quest of revenge.