This has been a prolific week for me artistically. In all likelihood you won't see me post the much new material anytime soon. This is my Urban Ranger for D&D 4E LFR. I've liked the idea since I saw it in some 3rd Ed book (possibly a Mongoose book but I can no longer recall).
I envisioned Luna as the opposite end of the Shifter spectrum from my other Longtooth Shifter character, Wolfpriest. Where Wolf worshiped the moon goddess who hates lycanthropes because her clan agreed to hunt their own kind, Luna worships the goddess of coin because her family hires themselves out as urban guides to traveling nobles and merchants. Where Wolf is a quiet, snarling beast thirsting for battle, Luna is a talkative, upbeat pup with a bit of wanderlust. Where Wolf is an animal with a human face, Luna is a person who goes through a lot of shaving razors.
I originally built her with twin bastard swords but since she's one of the two finalists for the character that I will bring in as a brand new Paragon level character in a couple of weeks I rebuilt her to wield a pair of light blades, which incidentally fits the mini I have for her already. If she does not make the cut I still have a H1 tier version of this character so I can still use what I have.
*Edit* Not only did she make it into Paragon before Pip (or I got forced into having another high level leader), but now that LFR allows non-Dark Sun themes I can make her a full blown Werewolf who gets perpetual combat advantage, does even more damage, can turn into a wolf at will and still use powers, and now moves faster than a racehorse. Sometimes I just love power creep.
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