Name: SSgt. Domingo Chavez
Enlisted Marine Force Reconnaissance Soldier 5 Scout 1 Sniper 1 (E-6)
Init: +9 (+6 Class, +3 Dex)
Defense: 15 (+2 Armor, +3 Dex) (+3 Class)
Speed: 30 ft
Attack: +7 melee, +9 ranged
SQ: Accurate, Armor Use +1, Damage Reduction 1/-, Macro-Specialty (+2 WP, +2 to Surveillance and Swim checks), Portable Cover (1/4 Cover), Precise, Reposition (Run), Stalker
SV: Fort +7, Ref +7, Will +6
Abilities: Str: 13, Dex: 16, Con: 14, Int: 14, Wis: 14, Chr: 10
Skills: Balance +5, Climb +5, Concentration +10, Demolitions +5, Driver +5, Escape Artist +4, First Aid +5, Handle Animal +3 (19-20), Hide +10, Intimidate +2/+1, Jump +2, Listen +5, Move Silently +10, Open Locks +4, Search +5, Spot +10, Surveillance +7, Survival +7 (19-20), Swim +4, Tumble +5
Feats: Armor Proficiency (light, medium, heavy), Bullseye, Far Shot, Marksman, Outdoorsman, Perfect Stance, Point Blank Shot, Precise Shot, Run, Track, Weapon Group Proficiency (handgun, hurled, melee, rifle, tactical)Attacks
FN P90 +8 1d10+1
Kalashnikov AK-107 +9 3d6+1
Remington M24 +9 4d4+2
Unarmed +7 1d3+1
Gear: SG Team Bundle, Kevlar Vest (DM +1, DR 4, ACP -1), Trail Leader Bundle, Rifle with Whisper-Lock & Suppressed, other bundles as needed (by mission).
U.S. Marine Staff Sergeant Domingo Chavez was born in Los Angeles, California.
He attended Westwood College in Chicago, Illinois and studied mechanics.
He enlisted in the Marine Force Reconnaissance, members perform special terrain scouting and surveillance.
He is a highly trained marksman and an expert in all weapons.
He went through the Marine Sniper School at the Marine Corp Base in Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay’s Regimental Schools. He also went through the Air National Guard-run counter-sniper school at Camp Joseph T. Robinson, Arkansas. But it’s the five-week course at the elite Army school that makes him valuable to any group. He learned advanced marksmanship skills, to measure wind effects and estimate the range to targets. He also learned to detect, track and stalk targets, counter-stalking and camouflage. And he learned to select sites for, and set up, forward-listening and observation posts, also mastering how to stay undetected in them.
Blending in with the countryside. That’s what Technical Sergeant Domingo Chavez does when he dons his camouflaged Ghillie suit and turns sniper.
He likes the Kalashnikov AK-107, probably due to the influence of his friend and mentor MSgt. Richard Miller. He is often issued with a sniper rifle for missions to provide covering fire for SG teams.