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    Hector Loyalguard

    Human Paladin2/BlackGuard10
    Type/Size: Medium Humanoid
    Hitdice: 12d10 (114 HP)
    Initiative: +1
    Speed: 20 feet (4 Squares)
    BAB/Grapple: +12/+18

    Attack: +2 Valorous Lance, +1 Axiomatic Elvencraft Composite Longbow
    Full attack: +2 Valorous Lance, +1 Axiomatic Elvencraft Composite Longbow
    Space/Reach: 5'/5' (10' with Valorous Lance)
    Special Attacks:
    Smite Good (4/day)
    Sneak Attack 3d6
    Command Undead
    Special Qualities:
    Aura of Evil
    Detect Good
    Poison Use
    Dark Blessing
    Aura of Despair
    Fiendish Servant: Hector rides a Wyvern, Rebelbane, in battle. (See Below)
    Saves: Fort +18, Ref +8, Will +6
    Abilities: Str: 22 Dex: 12 Con:18 Int: 10 Wis: 14 Cha: 18
    Feats: Power Attack, Cleave, Improved Sunder, Imperious Command, Staggering Strike, Combat Brute
    CR: 10
    Alignment: LE

    Hector is the noble protector of the town of Einland.

    Hector wasn't always evil. One day, however, Hector's hometown was attacked. Hector made a deal with a Devil in order to secure the power he needed to save his people.

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