These grizzled survivalists are strong against all targets.

Historical Description Edit

Early frontier life in the New World was brutal for those who survived the Atlantic crossing from Great Britain, with dangers that included starvation, disease and attack from Native Americans defending their homeland. The hardiest of these settlers pushed onward to the interior, seeking to take advantage of abundant hunting, trapping and trade oppotunities. In literature, James Fenimore Cooper celebrated this uniquely American archetype of the pioneer woodmans in "The Last of the Mohicans" and it sequel, "The Pathfinder".

There are four levels of the Trapper: