Smaller than your average housecat. (At Present)

  • Race: Gambian Pouched Rat
  • Career: Slave
  • Membership: Grub of the Month Club.
  • Size: 1
  • Homeland: Gambia
  • Social Status: -2, Slave.
  • Armor Rating: 3
  • Health Points: 15/15
  • Magic Resistance: 1
Agility 2
  • Acrobatics: 0
  • Contortionist: 0
  • Performance: 0
  • Riding: 0
  • Speed: 2
  • Stealth: 0
  • Thievery: 0
Brawn: 3
  • Carousing: 2
  • Digging: 4
  • Endurance: 4
  • Feats of Strength: 5
  • Intimidation: 2
  • Swimming: 4
Cleverness: -1
  • Bluff: 0
  • Charm: 0
  • Common Lore: 0
  • Craft: 0
  • Engineering: 0
  • Esoteric Lore: 1
  • Negotiation: 0
Perception: 1
  • Alertness: 0
  • Insight: 0
  • Medicine: 1
  • Sailing: 0
  • Streetwise: 0
  • Tracking: 0
  • Wilderness: 0
Combat Ratings
  • Melee Combat (Agility+Brawn) 5
  • Grab/Throw(Brawn+Perception) 4
  • Ranged Combat(Agility+Perception) 3
  • Dodge(Agility+Cleverness) 1
  • Courage(Brawn+Cleverness) 2
  • Leadership(Cleverness+Perception) 0
Magic 2
  • Sixth Sense: 0 Spells
  • Compel:
  • Guise:
  • Shaping: 2
  • Spark:
  • Tug:
Powers/Balanced Traits/Flaws
  • Shaping
  • Combat Machine
  • Concentration
  • Agile Scurrier
  • Mystic Channel
  • Superior Immune System
  • illiterate
  • Haunted
  • Eerie
  • Doomed
  • Club, Thorn: Crude, Brawn +1d3, Extra Bonuses Hack and Smash
  • Knife, Thorn: Crude, Agi/Brawn +1d3, +4 to conceal, Extra Bonuses Impale
  • Spear: Common, Brawn + 1d6, can be thrown, 2 handed, extra pace’s reach. Extra Bonuses Impale
Other Equipment
  • Armor, Shell: Crude, +2 armor rating, -2 armor penalty.
  • Fuzzy Stuffed Caterpillar Plush Toy Thing. Adorable. (It’s name is Fred!)

Great Deeds



Clothes: Ignats wears but the simple slave rags which he was given, under his self-constructed armor. Upon having been summoned, he had only his Fuzzy Stuffed Caterpillar Plush Toy Thing. Which is adorable, but not a valid garment.

Physical Appearance: At a glance, Ignats appears to be an average rat, predominantly brown fur with a cream colored underbelly. There is very little to set him apart from any other rat on the street, save a white streak of fur starting at the tip of the left ear and extending down over top of the head, and terminating just above his right eye. The white streak of fur is an apparent side effect of his summoning. Beyond that, closer inspection reveals his musculature differs a bit from your typical rat, and his cheek pouches, if noticed, are downright odd.


Ignats is a Gambian Pouched Rat, summoned through sorcery. The intent was to summon a powerful warrior, but the mousy-mage in question missed slightly, or lost control of the spell, or both, and instead of grabbing a fully grown Gambian Pouched Rat, he got Ignats, a juvenile, barely more than a few weeks old at the time. What’s more, In the chaos of the partially failed summoning, wild magical energies caused Ignats to see his own death.

Terrified, he fled the mage’s summoning circle, and managed to escape into the wilderness. Luck was with him, and he happened upon an abandoned burrow. Digging instinct took over, and he set about expanding it as he saw fit. In doing so he inadvertently opened up a path into a new tunnel network. Specifically, he’d tunneled into a grain storage area.

He survived for several days filching grain, before he was caught by a servant. Turns out the tunnel network was part of a minor lord’s manse. The servant hid Ignats for a time, but ultimately the grain deficit was noticed and they were both caught, and both were enslaved as punishment.

Ignats has been a slave for a while now, and grown significantly. The friendly servant and fellow slave died recently, and while he mourns their death, he also feels a need to escape his servitude. Unfortunately, in his current state, Ignats has grown to resemble a regular rat quite strongly. However, he’s essentially still a child, and he has been mistaken for a simpleton. This is compounded by the fact that he was never destined to be the sharpest thorn on the bush.


Inquisitive MaliceMcCrea