Inquisitor Quivil Oleous
Puritan Inquisitor long thought dead
Inquisitor Quivil Oleous
WS BS S T Ag Int Per WP Fel Fate
58 58 45 45 31 56 57 74 12 04
Movement: 3/6/9/18 Wounds:35
Armour: Archaeotech Flexplate (5 Legs, Arms, Torso)
Skills: Veteran Awareness (Per), Veteran Command (Fel), Veteran Common Lore (War, Imperium, Ecclesiarchy) (Int), Veteran Dodge (Ag), Veteran Forbidden Lore (Warp, Daemons, Psykers, Navigators) (Int), Expert Interrogation (WP)
Talents: Air of Authority, Crippling Strike, Crushing Blow, Hatred (Psykers), Iron Discipline, Into the Jaws of Hell, Lightning Attack, Nerves of Steel, Resistance (Psychic Powers), Swift Attack, True Grit.
Weapons: Archaic Inferno Pistol (Unique Rounds)(Pistol 10m, s/-/-, 2d10+10E, Pen 12, Clip 3), Energy Blade (1d10+6E, Pen 7, Balanced, Powerfield), Warp Bane Null Rod 1d10+5E, Pen 4, Powerfield 10 meters +30 to resist any psychic power, all psykers within 20 metes pass a difficult -20 toughness test or vomit uncontrollably for the round)
Gear: 2 plasma clips, Best quality Conversion Field (Protection Rating 50), Inquisitorial Rosette, Long out of date papers (yellowed and crumbling)
Inquisitor Quivil Oleous is an enigma even among his kind. The man’s origins are shrouded in mystery and even his ascent to the position of inquisitor. He most likely has outlived all of his contemporaries, and it’s debated how he manages to still be breathing naturally. It’s assumed that his Sororitas Hospitaller aide, Sister Serra, has much to do with his suspicious longevity. His disappearance two decades ago was assumed to be his retirement – death in duty or old age.
In life, Quivil was noted for his extremely puritanical beliefs that intensified with age. He has been known not only to hunt radical inquisitors, but even those with a what he terms, a “radical leaning.” He has an especially intense hatred for psykers; both sanctioned and unfettered. Because of this, he became prey as much as predator, and many times he only just escaped the clutches of more moderate agents who disdained his irrational zeal. Most recently, the inquisitor was investigating the Navigator houses, managing to infuriate them and their Imperial advocates. Quivil openly declared all Navigator houses Traitoris Hereticus before his disappearance. The inquisition looked at this as a minor annoyance; an official experiencing expected senality. Others found his words and actions dangerous and asked he be decommissioned, executed, or both.
Unknown to the Imperium, save a few unfortunate souls, Quivil was still very much alive until recently. His covert quest is now to overthrow the Navigator houses who he claims (and rightfully so) are mutants and (perhaps without basis) heretical psykers. He has managed to disposed several of their kind without suspicion of misdeed and visited Hope’s Revenge to exact the Emperor’s mercy once more. Unfortunately for Quivil, his end was swift and brutal and the remnants of his body were jettisoned along with the rest of the ship’s detritus.