Tribe: Ghost Wolves
Occult: 2 Cultural Beliefs-(Tattoos on body for ritual worship to the Gods)
Brawl: 3 (Melee- Boxing)
Weaponry: 3 (Improvised weaponry)
Intimidation: 3 (Stare Downs)
Full Moon- Clarity (level 1)
Strength-Crushing Blow (level 1)
Mother Luna-Partial Change (level 1)
Fighting Style-Two weapon Fighting: 2
Fast Reflexes: 2
Natural Immunity: 1
Initiative Mod: 5
Primal Urge: 1
Time: Roman Era
Place: Thrace Province of the Roman imperial, small village of Delcus.
What: Born to the wife and husband of a fishing family. Varius was a bit of a handful even at a young age, sporting a light reddish hue to his hair, deep fierce blue eyes and a somber scowl to his face. Varius was not interested in playing with others his age, as he would sneak off into the dead of night and watch the warriors, the Roman Empire army do battle in the fields, be it practicing or actual combat. Something in side of him wanted to be just like them, to train and become strong fierce and respected. His father was not worried at all for his son was showing the traditional features of a Thracian warrior. And to show the confidence that his family possessed his father would sell his son off to a lanista, to which the young boy would be trained and sworn in as a gladiator at one of the many local schools.
The venues for which Varius participated in were small at first barely noticeable. But it wasn’t before long that the fierce youth whom became an avid professional at two handed weaponry. Dimachaeri as it was called was the art of using two weapons, one in each hand to battle off multiple opponents or to over throw a single opponent. Varius showed great promise in this style of fighting. Thou it remained to be seen that he actually got along with anyone at all. He always seemed to be off by himself within the Ludus after a fight and wanting nothing to do with any one or anything.
It wasn’t till one night that he tried to escape that it happened, his first change would see to the murder of his lanista, and see to it that Varius was charged by the Roman Empire for murder, even thou nobody saw him change, he was covered in the blood of his master.
The roman army took Varius to his current location branded him across his left cheek with the symbol of his current master and put him to work…..that is after his lashes had been attained for killing a free man of the roman empire. Before long that brand would be followed by tattoos on his arms and shoulders dedicating his religious beliefs to the gods of war, battle, and the forge. A natural killing machine, Varius learned rather quickly that the quickest way to get what you want was to kill first and ask questions later earning him the nickname, the Beast of Delcus.