The Idiot

The fifth mysterious Harrow card...


A card pulled by Donaldous Whitman during a choosing.

The powers of this card may be invoked once, in one of two ways.

1) You can spend this card to take your turn immediately. Treat this as a readied action, moving your place in the initiative order to just before the currently acting creature. You may only take a move or standard action during this turn. (This has been modified from the CC Players Handbook for this one case.)

2) You may use this card to channel your inner rage and hatred as negative energy that deals an amount of damage equal to 1d6 x your character level. This functions on undead as per the spell inflict light wounds.


The Idiot
(Intelligence, Neutral Evil)

The Idiot is a card of grave foolishness and greed. It can mean bribery, blackmail, or naivety so grand it can see no evil. The goblins have captured a foolhardy man, representing the knowledge that a loss of dignity can precede loss of life. It might also represent the feigning of idiocy to disguise one’s gifts.

The Idiot

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