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Zoroaster

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Zoroastrianism was founded by the Prophet Zoroaster (or Zarathustra) in ancient Iran. The precise date of the founding of Zoroastrianism is uncertain. An approximate date of 1500–500 BC has been established through archaeological evidence and linguistic comparisons with the Hindu text Rig Veda. However there is no way of knowing exactly when Zoroaster lived, as he lived in what, to his people, were prehistoric times.

Humata, Hukhta, Huvarshta (Good Thoughts, Good Words, Good Deeds) are the basic tenets of the religion.

In Zoroastrianism, Ahura Mazda is the beginning and the end, the creator of everything that can and cannot be seen, the Eternal, the Pure and the only Truth. In the Gathas, the most sacred texts of Zoroastrianism thought to have been composed by Zoroaster himself, the prophet acknowledged devotion to no other divinity besides Ahura Mazda.

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Zoroaster
The Prophet
Ancient / Epic Heroes / Exemplar / Holy

6 speed
4 health
5 wits
4 melee
2 power
2 damage
5 aim
4 point
2 throw
4 react
4 stealth
2 armor
4 strength
7 intellect
8 honor
3 respect

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0 common, 2 secret, 0 elite, 0 henchmen

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Good Thoughts. Characters who are not Fiends or Villains that occupy the same space as Zoroaster gain +1 on Adventures. (65 adventure)

Good Words. If character who occupies the same space as Zoroaster, and is not a Fiend or Villain, Squeaks, Passes or Amazes an Adventures, give one experience marker to Zoroaster then dismiss him. (10 survival, 10 adventure)

Good Deeds. Zoroaster gains +1 Respect for each experience marker he has. (15 adventure)

Value Breakdown:

Survival: 118.2
Ranged: 63
Melee: 72.6
Adventure: 249
TOTAL: 502.79999999999995

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