Monday Monsters: Orc Warband

This week’s entry are orcs. Like the gnolls and kobolds from a  weeks ago, the orc warrior and javelineer are filler enemies from the Fate Adversary Toolkit. So again, you can fill a scene with these enemies without worrying about overwhelming the player characters. The orc chieftain is a threat, though not a huge one as their lead approach is the same as the adventurers.


Orc_Javelineer

Orc Javelineer / Warrior

High Concept: Medium Savage Humanoid
Motivation: I Must Prove Myself in Battle

Approaches:

  • Forceful: Fair (+2)
  • Others: Mediocre (+0)

Stunts:

  • Opportunist (Javelineer):
    Because I am armed with javelins, I can attack opponents in adjacent zones and I increase the active opposition of anyone attempting to move into my zone by +2.
  • Heavy Hitter (Warrior):
    Because I carry a big honking axe, I deal +1 additional stress on a successful Forceful attack.

Weight: 1 (Medium)Orc_Warrior
Role: Enemy: Fair Filler
Stress: ▢ ▢

Note: Treat groups of orcs as a single character. Add +1 to their Sneaky approach for every two orcs in the group, up to a maximum of +4. Increase their weight by 1 per orc, and arrange their stress boxes into a single track.


Orc Chieftan

High Concept: Medium Savage Humanoid
Motivation: I Must Lead the Warband to Victory
Aspect: Only the Strong Deserve to Rule

Approaches:

  • Careful: Mediocre (+0)
  • Clever: Average (+1)
  • Flashy: Fair (+2)
  • Forceful: Good (+3)
  • Quick: Fair (+2)
  • Sneaky: Average (+1)

STUNTS:

  • Breaker: Because my blows leave my opponent’s’ defenses in ruins, I get an additional invocation when I Forcefully create an aspect related to destroying armor, such as Broken, Destroyed, or Rent Asunder.
  • Summon the Horde!: Because I keep most of my force in reserve, I can spend a fate point to bring two orc javelineers/warriors into the scene.

Weight: 1 (Medium)
Role: Enemy: Mediocre Threat
Stress: ▢ ▢ ▢
Consequences:

  • Mild (2):

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Monday Monsters: Orc Warband

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