Diana Joss

"Trust in your fear"


Gender: Female
Age: 24
Build: Fit
Height: 5’8
Weight: 140lbs
Handedness: Right
Skin Colour: Tan
Eye Colour: Blue
Hair Colour: Brown
Class: Arbitrator

WS 42
BS 34
Str 32
T 33
Ag 35
Int 36
Per 35
WP 37
Fel 33

Fate: 3
Wounds: 12

Shotgun (1d10+4, pen 0, Scatter, Reliable)
Great Sword (2d10, pen 2, Mono, Unwieldy)
Knife (1d5, pen 0, Primitive)
Bone Dagger (1d5, pen 0, Primitive)
Autogun (1d10+3, pen 0)

Flak Jacket (Arms, Body, Legs) (3)
Flak Helmet (Head) (2)

Silent Move

Talents and Traits
Melee Weapon Training (Primitive)
Basic Weapon Training (SP)
Basic Weapon Training (Las)
Peer (Adpetus Arbite)
Quick Draw

Advanced Skills
Speak Language (Low Gothic)
Speak Language (High Gothic)
Common Lore (Adeptus Arbites)
Common Lore (Imperium)
Common Lore (Imperial Creed)
Common Lore (War)
Common Lore (Underworld)
Basic Weapon Training Las
Ciphers (Acolyte)


The sole child of Raynard and Penelope Joss, it was in Diana’s blood to serve The Emperor from the moment she took her first breath. The men in her family were Arbitrators for many generations, and as the couple’s only child, and a girl, it was her job to continue her family’s legacy. Raised on the shrine world Reshia, Diana was disciplined from childhood to the woman she is today, something her father found great pride in. Every day was spent training and reading under the careful tutelage of her father, she quickly became the son he dreamed of. Her mother, on the other hand, felt neglected with all the attention that Diana received and of robbing her of the daughter that she always wanted, a daughter she could teach how to cook her family’s oldest recipes and confide in her any gentlemen that caught her eye. Penelope began to resent her rough, cold daughter. When Raynard passed away suddenly in his sleep when Diana was only 14, Penelope took this opportunity to reach out to Diana and wipe away her dreams of becoming an Arbitrator, an act from a good place, but one that increased the wedge between them. All Diana could rely on was the necklace bearing her father’s family crest, a silver hawk with its wings outstretched.

The incident that caused Diana to leave her childhood home and officially become an Arbitrator occurred when she was 16. She happened upon Charles Yrenwood, a handsome man of 19 who appeared one night while she was on her daily patrols. With his messy brown hair and green eyes he offered to accompany her on her patrols to protect her, she rebuked his offer, but every day he continued to stroll alongside her, making small quips about here ladylike “strut.” Over time she grew accustomed to his presence, eventually she found herself looking forward to seeing him.

During these patrols, she grew suspicious of a new man in town by the name of Thomas Parcy, something seemed off about him, she observed Thomas during the day and spied on him at night, away from Charles. But try as she might Charles was always on her mind, even with the potential threat of Thomas Parcy, and this frustrated Diana more than she could bear. One evening on her patrol with Charles she couldn’t handle him as a distraction any longer and angrily turned on him, because he wouldn’t leave her alone she could possibly lose her chance at becoming an Arbitrator and she told him that she didn’t want to see him again. Charles, obviously confused, fought back, the argument escalated until Charles revealed that he was only giving Diana the time of day because her mother had paid him to, and he promptly stomped off.

Diana, in a state of confusion and rage, quickly lost sight of her senses and blacked out. She later awoke to find herself in the home of Thomas Parcy, a broken window , figures and symbols related to the Blood God Khorne all around her, and a bloody mess of a body on the floor that would later be identified as Thomas Parcy. The details were so gruesome that they can’t be share here, but when an Inquisitor cell sent to investigate a Khornate infiltration in Reshia found Diana with the body of their heretic, she soon found herself a place fighting alongside justice in the name of The Emperor. She never returned home, never spoke to her mother, and heard rumors that Charles Yrenwood was looking to become a guardsman. Her old life became a memory and nothing more.

In the present day she views her body as a vessel that is kept in top physical condition, inside and out, all in her desire to get stronger so she can better serve The Emperor. As such, she only feasts on greens and fruits, and abstains from contaminants like alcohol and the flesh of beasts. She also goes on regular nightly patrols, no matter where she is, because The Emperor’s rule never rests, so neither should she. She is rigid and fierce, but her word is law.

Diana Joss

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