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January 13, 2006, 3:57 pm

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Lisa deHansen


A regular female Robin Hood with an appreciation for relaxation.


Lisa deHansen wears a red tunic with loose gray pants that hang down to her ankles. She usually goes barefoot or in leather slippers. Her hair hangs down to her shoulders and is a blondish brown streaked with paler shades. She has blue eyes . She wears her arrow quiver most of the time.


From the very beginning the deHansens saw their daughter’s penchant for un-noble like behavior. Easygoing and casual, uncaring about education or politics, Lisa would never become a well behaved noble of the Realm. So it was with trepidation that they went to their respective deathbeds, as she was their only heir. For the first few weeks, Lisa stayed as her parents had wished and ran the estate (Not very well, mind you) but all the time she was aware of the suffering of the poorer people of the Realm. The king’s taxes made paupers of them, while the wealthy profited from trade. And so Lisa passed control of the castle to her faithful retainer, Olbzan, and went into the forest to learn the arts of the ranger. Now, like a female Robin Hood, she robs from the rich and gives to the poor of her former lands, and her lord the Duke Olbzan pretends to honor the King’s orders for her capture. She is extremely easy going and casual, often to the point of appearing half-asleep when she is bored (Which is often).

Roleplaying Notes:

She is kind of like a hippie or a rastafarian: Easygoing, carefree, casual. Even when she appears half-asleep, she could fire an arrow into the eye of a lizard from five-hundred feet away. If the players look rich and carry a lot of expensive stuff or gold, she may rob them (Service with a smile, of course)and then they may encounter her later giving some of their riches to poor folk.

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Ria Hawk
February 18, 2003, 0:07
Maybe the king has gotten fed up with Olbzan's continued failure to capture her, and has hired someone (like the PCs) to get the job done. Also, do the people know that the Former Lady and the Bandit are the same person? People might think that Lady DeHansen simply went missing, or maybe died. They might even think that Olbzan had something to do with her disappearance! This of course could lead to some well meaning, but ill-informed, people hiring the PCs to find the Lady and/or "bring Olbzan to justice." Even funnier would be if people thought that the Bandit and Olbzan were in cahoots to get rid of the Lady (literally true, but missing the point entirely.)
Voted valadaar
March 6, 2007, 8:39
I'd like to see a lot more about this one. Who taught her to be such a good archer? :)
Voted Wulfhere
March 6, 2007, 12:02
I suspect that a female Robin Hood could be an amusing addition to a game, especially once the rumor mill went to work:

"Why, everyone knows that the Lady DeHansen ran off into the forest to be with that dashing bandit, the Scourge of Witherwood! I've seen her myself, giving his loot back to the villagers! I wonder how much longer old Olbzan can hide the truth?"
Voted Ancient Gamer
March 7, 2007, 14:07
I found this character to be lacking depth and personality, also it was a bit on the short side. On the plus side the notion of a female Robin Hood is amusing.

Update: Rephrased it.
March 8, 2007, 21:42
Yes, well, this is an embarrassment I'd rather have swept under the rug
Ancient Gamer
March 9, 2007, 19:15

I should post something old I made so you can laugh your arse off!
Voted Michael Jotne Slayer
May 19, 2008, 22:34
I love old stuff, bring it on!

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