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Batthwack Medrach is a dragonborn paladin. He is best known for exhibiting a cool, calm exterior while harboring a fiery, righteous ideology. Little is known about his clan or background.

Description

Appearance

Batthwack is a 6'7", 255 pound, chainmail-clad dragonborn paladin. He is green, has diminutive frills and a domed head, and carries a round shield on his back, all of which make him bear a striking resemblance to a turtle. As off episode 239, Batthwack has a 2D mohawk.

Personality and alignment

Neutral Good

Religion

Batthwack has worshipped Bahamut since an early age, but has always held a suspicion that his divine power may not be granted by Bahamut. He also wears a waterfall chain necklace, the links of which conjure the subconscious image of rushing water and one of the links near the front has an inlaid symbol that resembles a waterfall cascading into a still lake. This is the symbol of the deity Eldath. Batthwack says he made it when he was very young.[1]

Abilities and traits

Languages

Common, Draconic

Weapons

Silvered longsword, javelins, round shield that resembles a turtle's shell, breath weapon (poison)

Spells / Abilities

Zone of Truth, Protection from Evil & Good, Cure Wounds, Command, Bless, Shield of Faith, Thunderous Smite, Find Steed, Locate Object, Detect Magic, Sanctuary, Divine Smite

Home

Gully's End

Treasure

  • Robe of Eyes
  • A chain necklace with a design that resembles a waterfall falling into a still pool (symbol of Eldath[2]]])
  • Deck of Illusion
  • Bufflin whiskey

Relationships

Allies

Who they team up with, or who will come to their aid when they are in danger.

Enemies

Who they oppose or are opposed by.

History

The character's backstory, usually what is known about the character before their first appearance in an first episode (what is revealed in flashbacks also counts!).

Gallery


Creative origins

What inspired the creation of this character, if known.

Reception and influence

What people thought about this character, and what further things it affected.

References

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