Val	CHA	Cost	Roll	Notes
16	STR	6	12-	230kg; 3d6
16	DEX	18	12-	OCV:  5/DCV:  5
14	CON	8	12-	
14	BODY	8	12-	
14	INT	4	12-	PER Roll 12-
18	EGO	16	13-	ECV:  6
16	PRE	6	12-	PRE Attack:  3d6
18	COM	4	13-	
8	PD	5		Total:  8 PD
6	ED	3		Total:  6 ED
4	SPD	14		Phases:  3, 6, 9, 12
10	REC	8		
46	END	9		
50	STUN	21		Total Characteristics Cost:  130

Movement:	Running:  6"/12"
		Swimming:  2"/4"

Cost	Powers & Skills
Combat Training:
15	Combat Skill Levels:  +3 level w/Swords

Favored of Uinen Powers:  
20	Visions:  Clairsentience See:  Future; No Conscious Control (-2), 0 END (+1/2)

Background Skills:
10	Luck:  2d6
5	Perk:  Member of Aristocracy
15	Perk:  Money (Filthy Rich)
1	Contact:  Aragorn 8-
5	Contact:  Denethor  14-
2	Contact:  Faramir 11-
1	Contact:  Gandalf 8-
9	Bureaucratics 15-
7	Conversation 14-
3	Deduction 12-
9	High Society 15-
3	Navigation 11-
7	Oratory 14-
7	Persuasion 14-
6	PS:  Ship Captain 15-
7	Riding 14-
11	Tactics 16-
1	TF:  Boats
5	WF:  Common Melee Weapons, Common Missile Weapons, Lances
3	Linguist
3	Adûnaic (Completely Fluent w/accent); Literacy
2	Harad (Basic Conv.); Literacy
3	Sindarin (Completely Fluent w/accent); Literacy
1	Westron (Native Accent); Literacy
3	Scholar
8	AK:  Dor-en-Ernil 17-
6	AK:  Gondor and Surroundings 15-
3	KS:  Dúnedain History 13-
4	KS:  Gondorian History 14-
2	KS:  The Pelargirean League 12-
6	KS:  Politics of Gondor 16-
6	KS:  Dúnedain Religion 16-
4	KS:  Elves 14-
203	Total Powers & Skills Cost
333	Total Character Cost

75+	Disadvantages
	Psychological Limitation:
15	Loyal to Denethor (Common, Strong)
15	Protective of Dor-en-Ernil (Common, Strong)
10	Public ID:  Prince of Dol Amroth
10	Reputation:  Honest and Valiant 11-
8	Denethor (MoPow, NCI) 8
8	Minions of Sauron (MoPow) 8-
192	Uinen's Favor
333	Total Disadvantage Points


Imrahil is the Twenty-Second Prince of Belfalas, and the leader of Gondor's army during the War of the Ring. He is the second-most powerful political figure in Gondor (after the Ruling Steward, and later the King). He was related to Denethor and took over the interim government of Minas Tirith between the death of Denethor and the crowning of Elessar. During the war, he led Gondor's armies and distinguished himself at the Pelennor Fields and at the Battle of the Morannon.

Born in Third Age 2943, he was with Aragorn when, as Thorongil, he fought the Corsairs in a series of battles and then burned the Umbarean fleet in 2980. Within just the next few years, Imrahil lost his father, his brother (both named Adrahil) and his sister Finduilas. He was seventy-three years old at the time of the War of the Ring (middle-aged for a pure Dúnedain). After the war, in recognition of Imrahil's deeds and loyalty, Aragorn greatly expanded his lands, making his line powerful indeed. Imrahil died in Fourth Age 83, at the age of one hundred fifty-eight.

Imrahil was descended from ImrazÙr, the great Numenorean prince who first founded the colonies that would, long centuries later, become the kingdom of Gondor. ImrazÙr was favored of the maia Uinen, servant of Ulmo and Lady of the Coasts, who protected all his line and their people. Imrazor's brother Murazor was seduced by Sauron and became the Lord of the Nazgul. As patriarch of the line of ImrazÙr, Imrahil is occasionally given visions of the future by Uinen. Similarly, it is his place to intercede with her on behalf of his people.

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