Skull & Shackles (Mavrickindigo)
Male human fighter 8
N Medium humanoid (human)
Init –1; Senses Perception –2
AC 17, touch 9, flat-footed 17 (–1 Dex)
hp 77 (8d10+32)
Fort +5, Ref –1, Will –2; +1 vs. fear
Defensive Abilities bravery +1 armor training 1 weapon training heavy blades
Weaknesses blind in one eye
Speed 30 feet
Melee Greatsword M. +14 (2d6 +9)
Str 18, Dex 8, Con 14, Int 10, Wis 6, Cha 10
Base Atk +8; CMB +8; CMD 18
Feats Catch Off-Guard, Intimidating Prowess, Throw
Anything, Toughness weapon focus greatsword, weapon specialization greatsword, toughness
Skills Climb +8, Intimidate +8 headband(profession sailor +9 Swim +15 stealth +7)
Other Gear handful of live crabs
Masterwork full plate Masterwork Greatsword headband of int +6
Blind in One Eye (Ex) A character who makes a DC 10
Perception or Sense Motive check notices that Owlbear is
blind in his left eye and very slow. If his opponent notices
this and attempts to fight Owlbear from that side, that PC
can make a DC 10 Acrobatics or Bluff check each round to
easily avoid Owlbear’s clumsy blows
Mr. Plugg’s “pet,” a simpleminded, hulking brute called Owlbear Hartshorn, is usually kept belowdecks in the middle hold, but Plugg brings him out on special occasions, such as when he wants someone killed or taught a lesson.
Owlbear Hartshorn is a large man with meaty fists. He’s a bit simple, and the rest of the crew enjoys having a laugh at the poor fellow’s expense. To try to make friends, Hartshorn has taken to clowning, laughing, and crying out random phrases at the top of his voice, as this seems to make people laugh. Owlbear likes to eat live crabs, breaking the shells with his teeth and fingers, and his shaved skin still shows signs of the tarring and feathering the crew gave him as a cruel joke not so long ago.
Plugg brought Owlbear up for a bit of entertainment, and he wound up fighting Fipps Chumlett and Roger D. Bell. Roger tried to convince Owlbear to throw the fight, but Plugg scared the man even more, even encouraging him to kill Roger. With a quick shot to the shoulder, Roger incapacitated the brute and showed him mercy and kindness, something his “master” never gave him.
During the Mutiny, Roger called out to owlbear to help them out, and he did so, knocking Patch Patchsalt out.