Walter C. Dornez (JJBA Supplement)
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Walter C. Dornez
Medium humanoid (Human), lawful neutral
Saving Throws Dex +10, Int +8, Cha +9
Variant Languages. If Walter is being used in a modern campaign with real-world languages, he can speak and write English, German, and Latin.
Legendary Resistance (3/day). If Walter fails a saving throw, he can choose to succeed instead.
Spirit Points. Walter has 12 spirit points which he may expend. He regains all spirit points at the end of a long rest.
Multiattack. Walter makes 3 monofilament wire attacks. For every attack made, Walter's monofilament wire loses 15 ft. of reach until the beginning of his next turn. Alternatively, he may spend 1 spirit point per attack to forgo this effect.
Monofilament Wire. Melee Weapon Attack: +10 to hit, reach 60 ft. radius. Hit: 14 (2d8 + 5) slashing damage.
Wire Mesh. Walter's AC increases by +5 until the beginning of his next turn.
Marionette Control (2 Spirit Points). 1 creature that is not an elemental or construct within Walter's reach to attempt a DC 17 Strength saving throw. On a failure, Walter controls them like a marionette. They both use Walter's action and bonus action, but moving the marionette uses his free action, and they do not act in any way on their own turn. They can not move beyond Walter's reach, moving in parallel to him when his movement would cause them to, and any creature that can see them knows they are being controlled. They may attempt a DC 17 Strength saving throw at the end of each of their turns, ending this effect early on a success. If this is used on a corpse, it becomes statistically identical to Walter, otherwise they use their own statistics. While controlling a creature in this manner, Walter can not make wire weapon attacks.
Millennium Experimentation. As a bonus action, Walter's movement speed, any damage he deals is doubled, any damage he takes is halved but decreases his hit point maximum instead of his current hit points, and he automatically take 2d6 necrotic damage at the end of each of his turns. This effect only ends if Walter dies.
Walter lived his entire life as an honorary member of the Hellsing family, acting as a butler, bodyguard, and Hellsing Organization operative for most of his life. At the age of 14, he was deployed alongside the organization's secret weapon, a man he grew to despise, in order to squash the rising threat of Nazi vampires in World War 2; a mission they carried out to almost complete annihilations of their enemy's occult research division, Millennium, save for a handful of notable exceptions.
Walter went on to live a mostly peaceful life until 1989, when Integra Integra Fairbrook Wingates Hellsing was named head of the Hellsing Organization. Despite his knowledge and duty to protect her, he instead allowed her father Arthur's brother, Richard Hellsing, to attempt to take her life in hopes that she would once again awaken Alucard, thus allowing him to .
By 1997, Walter had become a frail, but none-the-less lethal old man of 72. Despite once calling them enemies, and still very much slaying their forces without sorrow, Walter secretly fed information to Millennium, of which both he and the army were more dedicated to dying in a blaze of glory than any fragment of their previous beliefs. In one final attempt at slaying the king of the night, he allowed Millennium to experiment on him amid the firebombing of London that made up the 24 hours of World War 3, returning him to his youth for a short period of time. Despite his massively increased power, it was not enough to slay a fully powered Alucard.