Bowman's Wolf (4e Race)
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 Bowman's Wolves
Bowman's Wolves are an artificially created race, combining the best aspects of Humans and Wolves.
|Average Height: 5' - 6'|
|Average Weight: 90 - 160 lbs.|
|Ability Scores: +2 Strength; +2 Dexterity|
|Speed: 7 squares|
|Languages: Common, plus one other language of your choice|
|Skill Bonuses: +2 Intimidate, +2 Perception|
|Pack Hunter: You gain +1 to damage rolls on melee attacks when you are flanking the target.|
|Wild Step: You may ignore difficult terrain when shifting.|
|Wild Pounce: You may use Wild Pounce as an Encounter Power.|
|Wild Pounce||Bowman's Wolf Racial Power|
|You use the hunting instincts of your wild ancestors to knock your foe prone.|
|Trigger: You hit a creature with a melee attack.|
|Target: The creature you hit.|
|Effect: You knock the target prone. After the attack is resolved you may shift one square.|
Play a Bowman's Wolf if you want...
- To play as a character that resembles an animal.
- To play as a race that is a rare sight.
- To play as a race that cooperates well with others.
- To be a member of a race that favors the Fighter and Rogue classes.
 Physical Qualities
Bowman's Wolves are a race created by merging the base properties of a Human and a Wolf. Physically, they appear as wolves standing on their hind legs with humanoid hands. They also have a thicker (and sometimes alternately colored) patch of fur where a human's hair would be. Most Bowman's Wolves attempt to conform to society, rather than to give in to the lingering instincts of their ancestors. Bowman's Wolves were created by a Wizard who goes by the name Bowman.
 Playing a Bowman's Wolf
All living Bowman's Wolves were created at the earliest possible stage of life by the wizard Bowman. He delegated the job of raising each to his aides, as well as volunteers. As such, none have ever met another Bowman's Wolf. Bowman's Wolves live in a constant struggle to keep their lupine instincts under control. While they are still, truly, wolves, Bowman's Wolves are fully sapient beings, and as such, must attempt to conform to society.
Bowman's Wolf Characteristics:
Male Names: Bowman's Wolves are named by those to whom their care was delegated. As such, their names tend to resemble those of the race that raised them.
Female Names: Bowman's Wolves are named by those to whom their care was delegated. As such, their names tend to resemble those of the race that raised them.
 Bowman's Wolf Adventurers
Three sample Bowman's Wolf adventurers are described below.