A tall, well-built, and athletic young drow elf male with close cropped white hair.
Male Elf (Drow) Lawful Evil
Level 5 Monk \ Level 9 Acolyte of the Fist ( #296, page 72)
- Init: 9
- Movement: 70’ (35’ climb)
- Frightful Presence (non-Dragon type): 19 DC
- AC: 27 (23 Touch, 21 Flat-footed)
- Fort: 13 (+2 vs spider poison)
- Ref: 16 (Improved Evasion)
- Will: 17 (+2 vs spells, spell-likes, psionics & psi-likes & +2 vs Enchantment)
- SR: 22
- Attack sequence: 17/12
- Fist of Speed attack sequence: 17/17/+12 (9 times a day)
- Damage: 2d8 + 8 + Vampiric (DC 16 Fort or take an additional 1d4 hp which Kazindar then heals)
- Criticals: 19-20 / x 2
- Damage Reduction: Bludgeoning, Magic, Piercing, Slashing, Lawful, and Adamantite
- Grapple mod: +17
- Martial art weapons list (usable with Flurry): Shuriken, Short Sword, Quarterstaff, Jitte, Sai, Kama, Nekode, Nunchaku, Siangham
- Balance 14, Hide 28, Intimidate 11, Jump 35, Listen 21, Move Silently 24, Spot 21,
Kazindar is a tall (5’6"), well-built, and athletic drow elf male. He has close
cropped white hair and intense red eyes. He has the look of a warrior about him,
but very little scarring. He has extensive multi-colored tattooes (though hard to
make out on his ebony skin) on his arms from his fingertips up past his elbows and
on his legs from his toes up past his knees. The tattooes appear to consist of
He moves with grace and an economy of movement, almost giving the impression that he
is slowing himself down just to let you keep up with him. It is hard to meet his
gaze, especially when he is angry and his eyes glow red with almost supernatural
ire. Even taking into account his wiry frame, he is much stronger than he looks
(or should be).
He wears no armor except for stacked bracers on each wrist, the outer bracers
seemingly containing potion vials. He also wears leather gloves, leather boots,
a non-descript dark grey robe cinched with a black belt, a black cloak with a
whitish spider web pattern and a simple necklace. He has a short sword sheathed on
his belt along with a case of crossbow bolts and a pair of tanglefoot bags. Slung
over his back is a brace of three shortspears and an unloaded light crossbow. Across his chest is a bandolier of shurikens.
Kazindar was born to House Despana in Menzoberranzan and at an earlier age was
trained by monks of a certain god to be a living weapon. Fascinated by unarmed
combat, Kazindar has longed to learn the ways of unarmed combat from other races
and other cultures, but has rarely had the opportunity.
Early in his career as an adventurer, a dispute among his adventuring party caused
the entire party to be exiled from House Despana forever. Kazindar and Rizzen are
currently relatively low-ranking members of the drow mercenary organization Bregan D’aerthe.
Through a mystical ritual (involving the deliberate searing of the receipent’s
flesh by scalding water) Kazindar is able to be enchanted as if he himself were
a magical weapon. In addition to the standard benefits of wielding ( or being ) a
magical weapon, Kazindar also has the ability to drain a tiny amount of life from
any living foe he strikes or grapples to replenish what he himself has lost.
After acquiring a Cloak of the Arachnida early in his career, Kazindar has become
used to the ability to spider climb and will generally travel on the walls or
ceilings as if it were perfectly natural, especially while out in the Underdark.
He even uses the cloak’s ability to do so to assist in doing his daily exercises.
More Background to be added
(Some details about Kazindar’s background remain obscured)
One of Kazindar’s roles with his most recent adventuring companions was that of
the scout. Due to his extreme level of magically augmented stealth (even for a
drow), movement speed, spider climb ability, and perception skills Kazindar was
generally able to warn his party of any future obstacles or opponents.
Kazindar is an extremely fast combatant and is able to close with (or disengage
from) an opponent at astonishing speed. He can also delivery a flurry of attacks,
though those attacks are not quite equivalent (individually) to blows from either
Grazit’s greataxe or Rizzen’s greatsword.
While pressure point methodology is not a primary focus of his martial arts he is
familiar with it to some degree and utilizes it when beneficial against living
From a mixed martial art point of view Kazindar is primarily a striker (kick-
boxing), and has little skill as a wrestler, but has recently added some grappling
to his repertoire. However, the standard kind of multi-opponent combat that he
normally engages in with his adventuring companions makes grappling more risky
compared to striking.