He carries raven staff wich is why he is a mix of the two races. It is a powerfull staff that can summon millions of ravens from beyond too kill his enemys.
It has raven runes on it. It is also the same thing which once long ago made him Ravenman.
He is a tall man with black eyes and the lower body of a RAVEN. He has arms but also wings which he can fly with.
He has long black hair and is strong. He can use his claws to rip people apart.
He was named Amadeius when he once was a normal baby like all the others. Then one night a wizard came into his house and killed his parents with his staff. And turned him into a raven. He was teased at school and kicked inthe head on the wy home. The othet r kids made much fun of him for not being normal. Then One day he killed them all. When he got home, he discovered the staff that made himn ravenman and a letter. It said that he can find the wozaerd and kill him i he nwant too. So now he is travelling to find his parents killers
and kill him. he hates everyone normal.
He found out how to summon ravens with his staff but not how to change. he somtimes works for nobles to be an assasin since he can kill from the sky.
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Amadeus was a happy child until the Black Feather killed his parents. The act was brutal, vile, and random... at least to the eyes of the boy orphaned by the act. As inexplicable was why the Black Feather would use his magic to give the boy the lower quarters of a Raven. Lost, destitute, and bereft, Amadeus ended up at the mercy of the state.
The boy grew up in an orphanage. When he wasn't being studied by wizards, healers, scholars, and alchemists for his strange deformity, he was being teased by the other children for his outlandish appearance and too-timid behavior. But then one day he snapped. When a boy began to push Amadeus and call him crowfoot, the boy lashed out with a vicious kick. The taloned foot tore the other boy open, spilling his guts on the floor. Amadeus fled.
He ran. Not knowing where to go, he found his way back to his old home, finding it long abandoned. Cold and exhausted, he curled up and went to sleep in his old room, crying. Dreams of his dark deed haunted him, and in the morning he woke, having rested very little. But then he saw the staff.
Six feet of stout wood, decorated with black feathers. The end was carved into sharp talons. The boy saw parchment wrapped about the staff, tied into place. Hesitantly, trembling, he approached, and untied the parchment. He read the note within.
"If you would free yourself of your curse," read the note, "if you would avenge your parents, Master the Raven Staff, then seek me out. Face me to learn the truth."
The note was signed by Black Feather.
Amadeus picked up the staff, which felt... right in his hands. He silently vowed that he would find Black Feather, and he would learn the truth, before Black Feather's blood stained his talons. Renouncing his name, Ravenman left his childhood home behind and went in search of vengeance.
Ravenman is a tall, pale man with short black hair and a lean build. Below the waist, his legs are those of a Raven. He usually hides this with loose pants and a cloak, though there's no way to cover his feet. He is stronger than he looks, though not supernaturally so, but is very quick and has very keen eyes and excellent hand-to-eye coordination. His talons give him some help in climbing many surfaces, but he has to rely entirely on upper body strength to climb a rope. Ravenman's head tends to jerk around a bit, as his eyes dart left and right, up and down. His laugh - on the rare occasions he does laugh - has a rough, grating quality to it that brings the call of his namesake to mind.
Depending when in his travels he is encountered, he may be a young novice fighter, or he may be a seasoned warrior, highly skilled with his staff and with the unarmed style he developed which relies on deadly shredding kicks. He carries the Raven Staff, which in addition to its potent magical properties is a very dangerous melee weapon.
The Raven Staff is a mystery. Again, depending on when he is first met, Ravenman may have unlocked none, some, or most of its powers, all of which are raven or avian related. One power he has discovered right away is the ability to survive be eating carrion. No matter how rotted the meat, Ravenman can find sustenance.
Just how consumed is Ravenman? A GM may have him as driven and singleminded as he likes, but perhaps a little depth is found in having him question his purpose from time to time. WHY did Black Feather kill his parents and transform him? WHY leave him the staff? These question might plague the man he's become.
PCs may encounter Ravenman on the road. He'll be wary of them, because he hasn't always made his living on the right side of the law, and also because he's often been mistreated by his deformity.
PCs may encounter Ravenman being set upon by villagers who've mistaken him for a demon.
Ravenman may seek out one of the PCs, believing him to have information about Black Feather
PCs might be hired to apprehend Ravenman, or to steal the staff he carries.
PCs may even be victims of Black Feather, sought by Ravenman to join forces against him.
And just who IS Black Feather, anyway? Why DID he do these things? These are questions for you, the GM, to answer.