Faith and Betrayal
A jolly Cleric of the Imperium
Weapon Skill: 33
Ballistic Skill++: 48
Agility: 20 Used for Mutation test
Perception: 28 Used for Mutation test
Common Lore (Ecclesiarchy, Imperium): Trained
Common Lore (Imperial Creed): +10
Speak Language(Low Gothic, High Gothic): Trained
Perform – Singer: +20
Trade – Cook: Trained
Scholastic Lore(Legend, Imperial Creed): Trained
Scholastic Lore(Occult): +10
Forbidden Lore(Cults, Heresy, Psykers): Trained
Forbidden Lore(Warp): +10
Melee Weapon Training(Primitive)
Basic Weapon Training(Primitive, Las)
Armor of Contempt
Projection: Major Arcana (Main rulebook)
Sense Presence: Minor Arcana (Main rulebook, errata where you know basic direction, but not exact location or distance)
Space Slip: Minor Arcana (Disciples of the Dark Gods)
Weapon Jinx: Minor Arcana (Main rulebook, errata: only non-primitive weapon types)
Alternate Career Class: Forsaken Priest (Rank 5)
Minor Disorder: Phobia- Fear of robot-like constructs/beings, servitors, and such (must pass a Willpower Test or leave the presence of such beings or take -10 to all tests in their presence).
Malignancies: Bloodlust, Palsy
Mutation: Tough Hide – Gives 1 AP natural armor from thick skin and scar tissue
Fate Points: 2*
—Catechist Pattern Crossbow
Lasgun w/ Red Dot sight
Lupus grew up in a cloistered monastery on one of the core Imperial Worlds in the Calixis sector. As such, he never knew much of life in the Imperium outside of the Emperor and His grand plan. Lupus was known as one of the more inspirational singers, and studied hard during his time at the monastery where he grew up.
This did not escape the notice of the High Priest of the monastery, who began grooming Lupus to eventually take over his position. Eventually the time came that the High Priest decided that it was time for Lupus to face some real world trials, and he was sent to the Tricorn to act as a clerk and religious advisor to the Inquisition.
It was here that Lupus came to the attention of Sand, who discovered that despite his sheltered upbringing, Lupus had some radical leanings. Deciding that his acolytes could use a cleric in there dealings across the Imperium, Sand recruited Lupus into his service, promising that Lupus would gain a much better understanding of the teachings of the God-Emperor much more quickly by direct service to the Inquisition.
As he began to leave and deal more directly with the people of the Imperium, Lupus began to realize that he still had much to learn about the true work of the Ecclesiarchy in the Imperium. He also learned that the Imperium had more to offer than he had originally thought, as he was exposed to new sensations that he had never had a chance to contemplate before. Now the question becomes will he ever return to the monastery, or will he travel the Imperium discovering all it has to offer?