Half-orcs are not all fighters, barbarians, and rogues. Some of them refuse to be limited by the traditional strictures of tribes, clans, and gangs. Although an average half-orc is stronger and more dexterous than an average human, individuals vary widely. A particular half-orc might find revelations in the stories of a swordmage hero and be inspired to pursue a similar path, while another might find guidance from a priest or paladin and experience an awakening that leads him to his calling. This article examines the paths and options for half-orcs that become avengers, clerics, paladins, and swordmages.
The guard befriended Ugarth and took him away from the city to a hidden monastery. There, he was trained in the ways of the avenger. Ugarth still has a few tricks from his days on the streets, but he now employs his talents on his god’s behalf, rather than working against him.
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