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Approved NPC The Bryn'adûl | Brute Minor

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The Bryn'adûl | Brute Minor

  • Intent: To flesh out a particular rank of the Bryn'adûl Brute Corps
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  • Role: Brute Infantry
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  • Unit Name: Brute Minor
  • Affiliation: The Bryn'adûl
  • Classification: Infantry
  • Description: The Brutes of the Bryn'adûl, the most reliable and long-standing military corps of the Barricas. The Brute Minor is the bottom tier rank of Brutes, they are typically the youngest and always the most inexperienced and lowest of skill among the Brutes. Brute Minors are also the most common of the Brute ranks, filling up the rank and file of this corps of Baedurin Warriors.
  • Unit Size: Medium
  • Unit Availability: Uncommon
  • Unit Experience: Trained
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  • Combat Function: Brute Minors encompass the majority of Baedurin Warriors within the Bryn'adûl as a whole, and are the backbone of the Corps. They are large and powerful, skilled warriors who pay homage to the title given. They are brutally efficient and whilst not as strong or as skilled as more experienced Brutes, Minors still pose a significant threat through sheer physicality and raw training. Brute Minors typically deploy as part of a squad in a regiment or alternatively in packs lead by a singular superior officer.
  • Backbone: The Bryn'adûl Brutes are the forefront most well known enforcers of the Bryn'adûl, they are powerful and adept warriors that serve with a zealotry that parallels only the most fanatical of followers. This means, even with lethal and even fatal wounds, they will not stop nor flee from combat without order, and will not stop until they can no longer keep moving.
  • Tough: Just like any Baedurin, the Bryn'adûl Brutes are exceedingly tough - their skin almost impenetrable by heat based weaponry such as plasma. Additionally, their armour provides excellent and versatile protection against energy based weaponry such as Disruptors and typical Blasters.
  • Strength: Every Draelvasier is formidable, but the Baedurin were granted a sum their Chieftain's strength. Born of his brawn, an average Brute is roughly twenty times stronger than a human. This strength lends to ferocious speed and deadly, lethal strikes.
  • Comrades: They live and breathe the ideals of the Bryn'adûl, acting on the will of their forefather, and the good of the galaxy. Thusly being the rank and file they steel themselves with a fixation on the tenet of unity. The Brute Minors have an incredibly strong sense of comradery and fight well together and for each other and themselves.
  • Huge: Baedurin typically stand anywhere between 2.4 to 2.7 metres in height, they are giants. Whilst this grants them the strength of titans, it also weighs on their bodies, it also makes them incredibly large targets, easy pickings for automatic weapons.
  • Agility: Baedurin are not as agile/flexible as smaller species and more lithe creatures.
  • Winters' Grasp: The fire in their veins makes them strong, but it also makes the Baedurin's flesh feeble in the presence of the cold. Their blood runs hot, their bodies thriving in the sun. But it is the brightest flame that is snuffed the easiest, the cold is as deadly as any blades.
  • Versatility of Arms: The Minors of the Brute Corps are not equipped with such a wide variety of weaponry, using the baseline armour and weaponry thusly limited their capabilities via armaments in battle.
The Brutes of the Bryn'adûl have been officially rebranded as the Brute Corps, encompassing a variety of Brute units and force variations. One such group is the Brute Minors, the Brute Minors are the lowest rank of the Brutes, but by no means makes them any less fearsome. Brutes are incredibly tough and strong, strong enough to make close quarters combat almost trivial against more races. The Brute Minors are new designations given to standard Brutes, assigning them this rank as part of a overall reorganisation of the Bryn'adûl forces and specifically a radical re-arming of the Brutes and changes within their ranks. As the Bryn expands, so too are its facets forced to adapt to this expansion. This, is a step in that direction.

Brute Minors, whilst typically inexperienced by comparison to other types of Brutes are still battle-hardened and victors of multiple battles.
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