An introduction? Feh! As if your talents require an introduction? There’s no need for you to wear out your tongue singing your own praises–about the towering beasts you’ve reduced to whimpering pincushions, about the countless contests you’ve effortlessly sweeped, about the fair hearts you’ve won with your dashing good looks and undeniable charm. Why introduce a hero whose reputation precedes them?
Sure, maybe the Rogue managed to walk away from your last adventure with his pockets a little heavier than everyone else. So the Fighter took home an extra trophy skull or two. Who cares if the Paladin gained favor with his god, or the Bard was inspired to write a new verse? You’ve won the greatest reward of all–and you earned it, too. Because when you walk through the cheering crowds of that village after a long battle, holding your head high and grinning ear to ear, you don’t need to tell people what you’re so proud of. No. They can see it for themselves.
You’re the greatest Marksman who ever lived, that’s why, and any hapless chump who wants to claim otherwise can meet you on the archery range.
(Character Sheet Template by JJ Lanza, invaluable design assistance provided by the Dungeon World G+ and Something Awful communities)