Fanni is a Gnome Barbarian of Applewood. She is unusually ugly, even for a barbarian. Her massive hairy ears, bulbous nose, and lanky hair means that she is frequently mistaken for a monster. She enjoys drinking and breaking things.
Fanny has led a hard life. She has very little patience, mostly because the world shows her none. She learned to fight on the Tradeways, after her family was slaughtered and looted, leaving her for dead. She survived on her own, learning from the beasts in the area.
She wields a mighty battle axe, and destroys her enemies with glee. She loves nothing more than a good fight.
Fanny can easily be found, drinking at The Last Drop. It’s her favorite watering hole, because Tindle is smaller than her, and she can do what she wants. She will occasionally work as a caravan guard, but most of the time she just drinks.
Despite her battle rage, her malformed face, and scars from dozens of battles, Fanni can be quite lighthearted when drunk. Sober, she’s as like to throw you to the wolves as talk to you. She changes fairly drastically when imbibing. She loves bawdy jokes, euphemism, and a good old fashioned Pun, as long as it is not referencing gnomes.
“Huh?” Fanni grunts and slams back her drink. “Wha?”
“FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT? Alright!”
“Don’t go messing with her. You probably don’t actually want her attentions. Now, if you want something heavy moved… erm. Buy her a drink first.” ~Tindle Swill
“Listen, She’s a great companion to have in a pinch. Jus’ try to get ‘er to drink a bunch, and take a bath before you set off. Otherwise she’ll knock yea out with ‘er stench!” ~Livia Evandros
Relationships to other NPCs
Livia Evandros is the closest thing that Fanni has to a friend. They understand each other’s joy in battle.
Stannis does not allow Fanni in his establishment since she broke a few tables one night. The boys all think that she is funny, but they too don’t like her destructive side.
Sebastion does not like Fanni, and does his best to redirect her anger. A few times she has come to cut wood with him to vent her anger. Unfortunately, it seems to only make her angrier. He tries to keep Fanni out of the Umberwood, convinced she is going to get up to no good.
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