Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Ichabod Crane - Monster of the Week
Ichabod Crane is rather famously the protagonist of the Washington Irving story Sleepy Hollow, but this version is the Ichabod Crane of the recent television show. Married to a witch and spy for the American colonists, Ichabod turned from his service to the Crown of England towards supporting the revolution once he became aware of the dual nature of the war between England and its colonies. Namely that the forces of evil were influencing the British.
Having nearly been killed by the Horseman of Death, of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, Ichabod's life was bound up with that of the Horseman's and he was buried in a magical stasis in order to keep the Horseman similarly restrained. Eventually the spell came to an end and found himself awake in modern day America, still a participant in the war against evil.
Playbook: The Exile
Look: A tall, gentlemanly looking man with something of a fidgety nature. He maintains anachronistic clothing styles and behaves in archaic but impeccable manners.
Charm +2, Cool +2, Sharp +2, Tough +1, Weird +0
Gear: Sword (2-harm hand messy), Silver Knife (1-harm hand silver), Crossbow (2-harm close slow)
Exile Move: Warrior
Wronged Move: NEVER AGAIN
Find a Cache of objects
Luck: OOO (one-shot scenario)
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