Player character
Official art of Frog, by Elaine Tipping.[art 1]
Basic information
ActorCaroline Lux
ClassMonk (Way of the Cobalt Soul)[1]
Biographical information
PlacesHimblewood, Vesper Timberland
Mechanical information
Creature typeHumanoid
Less than 57[2]
First seen"The Carnivorous Cube" (RST 1x01)
StreamThe Re-Slayer's Take (3 episode)

Frog is an aeormaton monk of the Way of the Cobalt Soul and a member of The Re-Slayer's Take. Frog is played by Caroline Lux.

Description[edit | edit source]

Official art of Frog, by Elaine Tipping.[art 2]

Frog is a tall (6'10") copper aeormaton with glowing blue eyes and covered by a layer of patina. Frog wears a hooded poncho, corduroy trousers, and a pair large, slightly shaded glasses.[3]

Biography[edit | edit source]

Before the Re-Slayer's Take[edit | edit source]

At some point before joining the Re-Slayer's Take, Frog was sheltered and taught by the monks of the Cobalt Soul.[4]

The Re-Slayer's Take[edit | edit source]

Between 837 and 843 PD,[fn 1] Frog attended one of the monthly market fairs in Himblewood. She was struck by the beauty of the market's live band, doing a quick sketch of them. In a market eatery Frog met a gruff half-elf, Farah Vallari, who didn't welcome the company. Frog showed her a sketch of an instrument she saw earlier, which Farah informed her was a guitar. Farah noticed Frog has an invitation to join the Slayer's Take in her pocket inquired about it. Frog explained that she wanted to join the guild to learn more about the world.[5]

At midday Frog and Farah gathered with others to sign up for the Slayer's Take tryout. Farah gave Frog advice for how to stand out and get picked. After the gelatinous cube escaped its confines, the group sprang into action to defeat the cube. Frog pummeled it with her fists, attempting to discern its weaknesses and stun it. Frog successfully stunned the cube inches from the fish market, where it was defeated by Heera Agneheart.[5]

When following the marionette ghosts deeper into the freezing north of the Vesper Timberland, Heera shivered in the cold, and Frog offered her poncho, inadvertently revealing her robotic body. Frog explained that she didn't know what she was, and that the monks that took her in told her to conceal herself for safety. The party, saving Poogs from the ghosts, looted a number of Earrings of Whisper, and Idrin noticed that the objects appeared to be of a similar make and design to Frog's body. Frog told the party that she had no memory of where she came from, and Heera said they perhaps just found their first clue.[6]

Janet introduced Frog to the concept of a bicycle, describing it in great details, which Frog properly taken down into her notebook.[7]

Character information[edit | edit source]

Notable items[edit | edit source]

Abilities[edit | edit source]

Monk abilities[edit | edit source]

  • Unarmored Defense
  • Martial Arts
  • Ki (5 ki points)
  • Unarmored Movement
  • Deflect Missiles
  • Monastic Tradition: Way of the Cobalt Soul
    • Extract Aspects
  • Quickened Healing[9]
  • Extra Attack
  • Stunning Strike

Appearances and mentions[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 The Re-Slayer's Take character classes and levels, posted on the Beacon Discord server (May 21, 2024)
  2. "The Frozen Puppet" (RST 1x03) at 20:20. While undamaged up to this point, Frog takes 57 damage in one round and is knocked unconscious.
  3. "The Carnivorous Cube" (RST 1x01) at 3:00.
  4. 4.0 4.1 "The Bog House" (RST 1x02).
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 "The Carnivorous Cube" (RST 1x01).
  6. "The Frozen Puppet" (RST 1x03).
  7. "The Hungry Cloud" (RST 1x06).
  8. "The Carnivorous Cube" (RST 1x01) at 3:55.
  9. "The Frozen Puppet" (RST 1x03) at 26:58. Frog uses her action to heal herself, consistent with this optional class feature.


  1. The web series is set after the end of M9's adventures and before the formation of Bells Hells.


  1. Official art of Frog, by Elaine Tipping (source). This file is a copyrighted work. Its use in this article is asserted to qualify as fair use of the material under United States copyright law.
  2. Official art of Frog, by Elaine Tipping (source). This file is a copyrighted work. Its use in this article is asserted to qualify as fair use of the material under United States copyright law.