Jain Fairwood

Quote

“Out here in the wilds, I protect those who have misjudged me.”

Description

Although Terrinoth has enjoyed comparative peace and prosperity since the Dragon Wars, there are still a dozen small conflicts or wars every year against foes both within and without her borders. Jain Fairwood was a soldier serving under Sir Garrick Whitmore when one of those small wars claimed the lives of Sir Garrick and every man under his command…except Jain. Trapped deep within the Crimson Forest and hunted by the Uthuk, it took Jain nearly six months to escape and return to civilization. Upon her return Jain was branded a deserter, and so she turned about and vanished into the forest again. She dwells there still, emerging from the wild lands only to discharge the duty she still feels to the common folk of Terrinoth.

4 thoughts on “Jain Fairwood

  1. If Jain converts wounds to fatigue, can she thereby avoid conditions like poison or curse that require the attacker to inflict at least one wound? Or does she still count as having “suffered” those wounds?

    • She can be poissoned as other heroes cause she has suffered damage. If after that she can use an ability to change that damage into fatigue, its perfect for them, but the condition is activated in step 4 of the combat.

  2. Does Jain’s Heroic feat contain two move actions? Can these be interrupted like other move actions to perform other actions (i.e. search, a second attack, etc.)?

    • No. It would have to refer to them as actions for this to be the case (this is important as sometimes the Overlord can only use his cards during actions and unless the feat refers to them as actions they are not)

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