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Trinket
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Official art of Trinket, by Kit Buss.
Played by
First Seen
Appeared in
Last Seen
Episode Count
Chapter(s)
Name
Trinket
AKA
Creature Type
Beast
Race
Bear
Class
Companion
Age
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Alignment
{{{Alignment}}}
Languages
{{{Languages}}}
Status
Alive
Death
()
Place(s)
Family
Orphaned as a cub; mother euthanized by Vex'ahlia.[1]
Connections
Vex'ahlia (rescuer;[1] companion; surrogate mom)
Vax'ildan (like Trinket's uncle)
Vox Machina (allies)
Scanlan (antagonized Vex about Trinket)
Profession
Stats

Level
CR 1
Character
Physical
Mental

HP
60
STR
19
INT
4

AC
20
DEX
10
WIS
13

DC
CON
16
CHA
7

[[:Category:{{{FanArt}}}|Fan art of Trinket]]

Trinket is a bear and animal companion to Vex'ahlia. He is voiced by Matthew Mercer.

Intro Edit

"Vax took to the cities, stealing small trinkets and learning the ways of the thief, while Vex kept to the woods. She preferred the isolation. Always the keen observer, she learned to hunt and to track, to spy and to shoot. And through a series of fateful events, earned herself a companion in the form of a bear—her own stolen Trinket—to fight alongside her and protect her fiercely. Also, he is adorable—and gives expert massages."

–from Vex'ahlia's intro[2]

Character Information Edit

Background Edit

Vex-and-Trinket-by-Charlotte-C-O

Fan art of Vex'ahlia and Trinket, by Charlotte C. O..[art 1]

Vex and Trinket became companions when Vex accidentally trusted poachers too much and ended up being captured by them. Using her skills, she managed to escape from the poachers' cage and eliminate two of them. Vex found Trinket's mother, who was badly injured due to the poachers harvesting from her tortured but still-living body. Vex put the bear out of her misery before finding a young Trinket also in the cage.[1] After rescuing the cub, they have since been close friends.

Trinket has proven to be very intelligent, able to easily understand the commands that are given to him.[citation needed]

Before the Stream Edit

Trinket was nearly killed when Grog attempted to disarm a room full of traps by hitting the bear on his backside with the flat side of an axe, causing Trinket to charge straight into the traps, triggering all of them. Vex (and Laura) was very angry with Grog (and Travis) afterwards.

Chapter 1 Edit

Trinket followed Vex and Vax around Kraghammer, inadvertently scaring several of the Carvers (city guards).[3] He then accidentally ended up in a fight against the local tavern fighter Balgus before being polymorphed into a mouse and rescued.[4]

Trinket was outfitted with armor plating that was harvested from a bulette by Grog and reforged by a dwarf blacksmith named Karen in Emon.[5]

Chapter 2 Edit

Chapter 3 Edit

Chapter 4 Edit

Chapter 5 Edit

Chapter 6 Edit

Chapter 7 Edit

Skills Edit

In "The Feast" (3x01), Vex taught Trinket a rolling attack that she named "Cannonball". As a trampling alternative to Multiattack, Trinket runs forward and curls into a ball in his segmented bulette armor, crashing through enemies in front of him that are his size or smaller, dealing bludgeoning damage to them all.[6]

After receiving a boon from the bear spirit Orlan, Trinket gained several abilities: he now gets a damage boost from Vex'ahlia's Hunter's Mark, he can use his Primal Fury once per short rest to gain advantage on attacks as well as critical attacks on natural rolls of 19 or 20, and if he falls unconscious within 100 feet of Vex and Raven's Slumber then he is immediately transported inside the crystal and stabilized.

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Laura Bailey explained the origin of Vex'ahlia and Trinket's relationship in a short story, "On the Matter of Trinket".
  2. See "Arrival at Kraghammer" (1x01) from 10:32 through 12:07.
  3. See "Arrival at Kraghammer" (1x01) at 1:01:20.
  4. See "Arrival at Kraghammer" (1x01) from 1:16:19 through 1:19:27.
  5. See "Skyward" (1x15) from 0:36:28 through 0:41:11.
  6. See "The Feast" (3x01) at 2:42:47. As an area-of-effect attack, Cannonball differs from the Trampling Attack used by several monsters in the 5th edition D&D Monster Manual, which affects only a single target.

Art:

  1. Fan art of Vex'ahlia and Trinket, by Charlotte C. O. (source).  Permission needed.


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