Torbin Carvier – Bollard of Aquitaine

The Grand Duchy of Kunari is divided into three parishes: Val de Colline, Occitanie, and Aquitaine. Torbin Carvier is one of the many bollards operating in the Aquitaine Parish. A bollard is a warden of sorts. They are responsible for keeping the roads, paths, and homesteads of Kinuri safe from bandits, brigands, and outlaws.

There is no formal organizational structure to the bollards. Anyone interested in the road life can choose to pursue those that strive to prey upon those traveling the roads. A commission is available only in the parish capitols. The state pays no commission or bounty to the Bollards for enforcing the laws, but the bollards are granted authority to keep all goods confiscated from bandits, rogues, and outlaws. Bollards are required to register all enforcement encounters and are subject to questioning and lie detection spells by state and parish authorities.

Torbin is a relatively young bollard. Light on his feet and adept with a dagger, or two, Torbin decided to seek his letter of marque and begin solo life on the roads. While good at heart, Torbin is willing to bend a rule or two if it ends evil and elevates him.

Torbin Carvier

Human Thief 3 – Male

Torbin Carvier
Sanctioned Bollard

Hit Points: 13
Armor Class: 4 (Leather and +4 Dexterity Bonus)
Weapon of Choice: Dagger or throwing dagger

Alignment: Neutral Good

Strength: 13
Intelligence: 14
Wisdom: 11
Dexterity: 18
Constitution: 12
Charisma: 12


The is my January 4th entry for the 2023 Character Creation Challenge. A personal challenge to create a new character everyday in the month of January. The participants can elect game system and methods. I’m of course using 1/2e AD&D and focusing on NPCs for my home-brew campaign. This year I’m going to focus on a small nation at the southern end of the Leitan Peninsula, Kunari. I’ll improve the stat block and add some links to my wiki in the days to come.

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