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Orion, The Mighty Hunter

“Orion: The Mythical Hunter Who Roams the Stars – Uncover His Untold Legends!”

Orion, The Mighty Hunter
  • Alias: The Mighty Hunter
  • Gender: Male
  • Race: Human
  • Occupation: Hunter, Warrior
  • Religion: Worshiper of the celestial deities
  • Allies: Artemis, the goddess of the hunt and wilderness; various animals and creatures of the wild
  • Enemies: The jealous gods who sought to test his strength and resilience
  • Abode/Base of Operations: Varies between the wild forests and open plains, depending on his hunting expeditions
  • Nationality: Greek
  • Languages: Greek, the language of the ancient gods and heroes
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Affiliation(s): he is known to have a close connection with the goddess Artemis, often accompanying her on hunts and endeavors.
  • Significant Others: None explicitly mentioned in myth, although his close relationship with the goddess Artemis is noteworthy.

Orion, a legendary figure of great prowess, strides through the annals of myth and the constellations of the night sky. As a skilled hunter and a man of imposing stature, his name echoes across cultures. Orion’s life is marked by his remarkable strength, his unwavering determination, and his enduring connection with the natural world.

Born into a world of adventures and challenges, Orion grows up with tales of his father’s exploits and his mother’s guidance. From an early age, he exhibits an innate affinity for the wilderness, seeking solace and learning in the embrace of nature. His fearless spirit and curiosity lead him to explore the untamed realms of the earth, constantly honing his hunting skills and embracing the art of survival.

A sense of camaraderie draws him to fellow hunters, forming deep bonds with creatures of the forest and fellow warriors. His friendships extend beyond the human realm, as he befriends loyal animals and becomes a protector of the vulnerable. Orion’s heart swells with empathy and a desire to ensure that justice prevails in the face of adversity.

Yet, for all his courage and vigor, Orion’s aspirations are not without their shadows. He harbors an unspoken fear of isolation, a dread of being separated from the very nature he cherishes. This fear drives him to champion the wilderness, to stand as a symbol of untamed freedom and the unbreakable bond between humankind and the natural world.

As he ventures forth, Orion seeks not just personal triumph, but to inspire those around him to rise above their limitations and embrace the vast expanse of the universe. His ultimate desire is to leave an indelible mark, to have his legacy whispered in the rustling leaves and shimmering stars, reminding generations that the spirit of adventure and the connection to nature live on forever.

Orion, The Mighty Hunter

Large Celestial, Chaotic Good

Armor Class 15 (natural armor) Hit Points 157 (15d10 + 75) Speed 40 ft., fly 60 ft.

20 (+5)16 (+3)20 (+5)12 (+1)14 (+2)16 (+3)

Saving Throws Str +9, Con +9 Skills Athletics +9, Perception +6 Senses darkvision 120 ft., passive Perception 16 Languages Celestial, Sylvan

Challenge 12 (8,400 XP)

Legendary Resistance (3/Day). If Orion fails a saving throw, he can choose to succeed instead.

Keen Senses. Orion has advantage on Wisdom (Perception) checks.


  • Celestial Bow. Ranged Weapon Attack: +8 to hit, range 150/600 ft., one target. Hit: 18 (2d8 + 5) piercing damage.
  • Orion’s Sword. Melee Weapon Attack: +9 to hit, reach 5 ft., one target. Hit: 16 (2d6 + 5) slashing damage.
  • Multiattack. Orion makes two attacks: one with his Celestial Bow and one with Orion’s Sword.

Legendary Actions

Orion can take 3 legendary actions, choosing from the options below. Only one legendary action option can be used at a time and only at the end of another creature’s turn. Orion regains spent legendary actions at the start of his turn.

  • Celestial Dash. He moves up to his speed without provoking opportunity attacks.
  • Heavenly Strike (Costs 2 Actions). He makes one Celestial Bow attack.
  • Guiding Light (Costs 3 Actions). He emits a radiant burst of light in a 20-foot radius centered on himself. Each creature in that area must make a DC 17 Constitution saving throw, taking 18 (4d8) radiant damage on a failed save, or half as much damage on a successful one. In addition, allies in the area gain advantage on their next attack roll.
  • Legendary Resistance (Costs 3 Actions). He succeeds on a saving throw he has just failed.


Orion is equipped with his Celestial Bow, Orion’s Sword, and a constellation-embroidered cloak that grants him the ability to fly.

Astronomical Vision. Orion’s divine heritage grants him the ability to see through darkness and obstacles. He has advantage on Wisdom (Perception) checks and can see clearly in dim light and darkness.

Starlit Resilience. Orion’s connection to the stars grants him resistance to radiant and necrotic damage.

Celestial Presence. Orion’s presence emits an aura of celestial power. Friendly creatures within 30 feet of him gain a bonus of +1 to their AC and saving throws.

Divine Leap. Once per turn, when Orion takes the Dash action, he can jump up to three times his height without using his movement.


Orion stands tall with a strong and muscular physique. His radiant eyes gleam with an otherworldly light, and his cloak of stars billows behind him as if carried by the night breeze. His celestial bow and sword are imbued with radiant energy, and his presence commands respect and admiration.

Currently, Orion stands atop a hill overlooking a dense forest. The moon’s soft glow illuminates the surroundings, casting a silvery light on his figure. Orion’s mood is contemplative, his thoughts seemingly lost among the stars as he gazes up at the celestial tapestry above.

Roleplaying Tip: Orion’s mighty form and noble demeanor inspire awe and admiration in those who meet him. His celestial nature and connection to the stars make him a symbol of hope and guidance in times of darkness.

Orion has the basic statistics of an Elysian Titan armed with the weapon below.

Trojan War: Roleplaying in the Age of Homeric Adventure

A Mythic Vistas Sourcebook for the d20 System
Written by Aaron Rosenberg

Orion’s  bronze Mace

Orion wielded  this +4 Gargantuan heavy mace in battle, dealing  4d6 points of base damage and when he transformed into a constellation, his weapon remained in the world of mortals. The wielder of Orion’s bronze Mace gains a +2 to bonus to his Strength and Constitution scores, and may cast heroism once per day as a free action as cast by a 20th level spellcaster.

Strong  enchantment and transmutation; CL 20th; Weight 12o lbs.

Currently in the World

Landscape with Orion or Blind Orion Searching for the Rising Sun Nicolas Poussin (1594–1665), Orion
Landscape with Orion or Blind Orion Searching for the Rising Sun Nicolas Poussin (1594-1665)

Orion stands tall and robust, his towering figure a testament to his warrior’s strength. His muscular physique is matched by his commanding presence, exuding confidence and capability. His skin is tanned from years spent under the sun and amidst the wild landscapes. His long, wavy hair cascades down his back, framing a ruggedly handsome face adorned with a well-kept beard. His piercing eyes, the color of a deep forest, hold a spark of determination and curiosity.

Currently, he finds himself in the midst of a dense ancient forest, his keen senses attuned to the rustling of leaves and distant animal calls. He wears simple yet functional clothing crafted from the hides of beasts he’s hunted, allowing for swift movement. At his side rests a sturdy bow, a testament to his unparalleled skill as an archer. A quiver of arrows is slung over his shoulder, ready to be unleashed upon any prey that crosses his path.

As he moves through the forest with a fluid grace, his mood is one of focused intensity. Every step he takes is deliberate, every glance sharp as he assesses the environment around him. A faint smile occasionally graces his lips, evidence of his joy in the hunt and the connection he shares with the natural world. He feels at home amidst the towering trees and wild creatures, his heart aligned with the rhythm of nature itself.

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