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"Usted no tiene que contratarme a mí; hay un montón de guías dispuestos a entrar en las tierras baldías. Muy pocos saben acerca de la mina perdida, o cómo encontrar agua dulce en el Valle Quemado. Si encuentra a alguien que pueda contratar a alguien que lo puede guiar a bajo coste; tal vez tendrá suficiente dinero para pagar su funeral."
Un explorador del páramo

El explorador del páramo es un experimentado individuo familiarizado con las dificultades del terreno y capaz de guiar a otros de forma segura a través de él. Un explorador del páramo de confianza es muy valioso, y suelen llevar importantes cantidades de dinero de aquellos que quieren de sus servicios. Amenazarles raramente funciona, ya que pueden sobrevivir a cualquier situación en la región. Simplemente dejarían a sus contratantes a su suerte.

Los exploradores menos honrados hacen exactamente lo mismo con cualquier contratista adinerado (adinerado significa cualquiera que pueda pagar por sus servicios), dejándolos a su suerte y volviendo más tarde a por el dinero.

A Day in the LifeEditar

When not acting as scouts or guides for others, badlands rangers spend their days surviving. Gathering scarce food resources in the Border Princes is hard enough; avoiding marauding packs of orcs, beastmen, brigands or the armed forces of one of the many petty rulers of this land tests them to the limit. Badlands rangers are tough, but have enough common sense not to start a fight unless they know they’ll win it.

The Badlands are a wild and dangerous part of the Border Princes; having a local guide familiar with its perils is essential for survival. A badlands ranger can be of limitless value when trying to move into or through the Border Princes without attracting undue attention.

The fees they charge for their services are steep, but there are few who can guide a party safely through this inhospitable terrain. Woe to anyone who resorts to threats to force a badlands ranger to perform a task he does not wish to undertake; he will simply slip away quietly in the middle of the night, leaving his employers to their justly deserved fate.

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Badlands rangers tend to attract the company of those wanting to avoid the eye of the law: smugglers, crime lords, hedge wizards and people on the run from authority are likely to associate with badlands rangers as a means to their goals.

Given a choice, rangers would prefer to associate with those who can help them find paying work: innkeepers, border courtiers, bounty hunters, messengers, scouts and smugglers all can provide regular work or can act as a reference for the skills and abilities of a badlands ranger. Naturally each such contact expects a generous finder’s fee to direct such business to the ranger.

Perhaps one of the most intriguing jobs a badlands ranger is employed to undertake is “smuggling” people into and out of the Border Princes. With the constant intrigues and political upheavals, many a noble, dignitary or diplomat will suddenly find himself displaced, and in need of a quick departure.

Likewise, an enterprising rival may try to seize such an opportunity, and look to employ someone who can help him insinuate himself into the right place at the right time.

FuentesEditar

  • Warhammer Fantasy JdR: Renegade Crowns (2ª Ed. Rol).
  • Warhammer Fantasy JdR: Career Compendium (2ª Ed. Rol).

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