BotA Character: Na’ilah Baras

Wherein your humble scribe presents a Barbarians of the Aftermath character he put together as an NPC for use in his own Narakam setting. More will follow at highly irregular intervals.

Born in the Wilds of Narakam, Na’ilah Baras is a pure-blooded barbarian badass who would just as happily slit your throat as seduce you, depending upon her mood and needs at the time you happened across her. She is as untamed as the wind and woe be unto the man or mutant who tries to claim her as his or its own.

To the people of her village, though, Na’ilah is nothing less than a savior. Single-handedly, or leading the few brave enough to join her, she has defended her people from numerous attacks by other tribes of pariah as well as raids by unscrupulous Varna scientists searching for research subjects.

One particular Varna, the young noble Vandraj Takesh, has developed a particular interest in Na’ilah and is willing to pay handsomely for her capture. The trouble is, no one foolish enough to undertake the endeavor is still alive…

Barbarian Woman

Consider this friendly lady from p. 52 of the BotA rulebook a good representation of Na'ilah.

Pariah (Wastelander Human)

Lifeblood 14
Hero Points 5

Strength 2
Agility 2
Mind 0
Appeal 1

Brawl 0
Melee 2
Ranged 1
Defense 1

Barbarian 2
Assassin 1
Courtesan 1
Beast Master 0

The Strong Survive



Sword, d6+2
Dagger, d3+2
Bow, d6+1
Very Light Armor (Chainmail Bikini), d3-1

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  1. Pingback: BotA Character: Vandraj Takesh | Strange Stones

    1. the venomous pao Post author

      Ask and ye shall receive. Just don’t show your wife or she’ll think I’m a very bad person 🙂

  2. GoblinkiN

    Ooooh-rah! That’s a whole lotta lady to love!
    Don’t worry the wife is well used to my perversions.
    We are actually just watching spartacus: blood and sand right now- talk about inspiration for a BoL game

    1. the venomous pao Post author

      Yeah, she’s quite a lot of fun at parties, I’m sure 🙂

      The same can be said of my wife. Actually, either way you read that works!

      Mmmmm, Spartacus. Definitely inspiring stuff.