God/Dog

A psychologically disturbed enforcer for a local cult

Description:

CE Male Moonkin (advanced Nightkin) Rogue 8, Executioner 3

Stats (normal)

Strength: 21
Dexterity: 23
Intelligence: 13
Wisdom: 19
Spirit: 3
Adroitness: 10
Guile: 4
Charisma: 5
Constitution: 19

NOTE: In Dog Form, all non physical stats are reduced to 3, and combat stats are double.

Weapon of Choice: A single bear Claw

Affiliation: Cult of the Wasteland

Bio:

Hand-picked by the Master to serve in his super mutant army, Dog was crushed by the Master’s defeat. He eventually found the Sierra Madre, where Elijah took advantage of his need for a “master” figure in order to enslave him, using him as a tool for bringing in potential treasure hunters and later for activating the Sierra Madre Gala Event. Dog is extremely loyal and will follow the commands issued by his master’s voice to the letter, even when it puts him in danger. He also has a tendency to eat anything, even ghost people, when hungry. This eventually led to him accidentally eating his own explosive collar when it came off after the first Gala Event occurred trapping Elijah and, as his other personality mentions, keeping him a prisoner to his hunger and to Elijah. Like most nightkin, Dog exhibits severe mental trauma from prolonged Stealth Boy use, resulting in dissociative identity disorder. He hates the voice, and is willing to do anything to be rid of it, even going to the point of self-harm. Pain hurts him, but also quiets the voice, so he will go to extremes such as scarring his body and putting his arm in a bear trap in order to make it stop.

The voice – “God” – is very different from Dog. He is quiet, articulate, controlling, and far less pliable than his counterpart. However, he does threaten a very painful death when the Courier mentions having the power to put him back in “the cage”. He claims that he only wishes to help Dog, even confessing a protective brotherly affection for him and believes the best way to do that is to eliminate Elijah – only then can he help Dog overcome his hunger and need for a master. He does not care for the treasure of the Sierra Madre, and frequently comments on the Courier’s perceived greed. When in combat, he is far less adept than Dog, as he is less accustomed to using the nightkin body and lacks the bloodlust of his other personality.

Death: Dies fighting against a band of Ghost King

God/Dog

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