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Dalor Darden
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Posted - 17 Mar 2011 :  18:40:37  Show Profile Send Dalor Darden a Private Message  Reply with Quote  Delete Topic
I started a thread a while back called Valuable Villains, and it has had some pretty good postings...so I thought I would start another for simply placing Valuable NPCs (not Villains) that folks could use too!

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MalariaMoon
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Posted - 19 Mar 2011 :  09:01:08  Show Profile  Visit MalariaMoon's Homepage Send MalariaMoon a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Good idea Dalor, but I wonder whether it would be worth collating all the threads into one? We already have Valuable Villains, plus Diffan's NPC thread, wouldn't it be easier if there was a just a single place to go for good NPCs to use in games, be they villain, ally or something in between? If the moderators look favourably on us, it could even be a sticky a la Magic Shop of Candlekeep.

Thanks for your kind comments about the Zhent mages, I'll hopefully post a few more NPCs soon!
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MalariaMoon
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Posted - 19 Apr 2011 :  05:23:51  Show Profile  Visit MalariaMoon's Homepage Send MalariaMoon a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Let's get this thread started ...

Shaddon of the White Cape
CG hm F11

Description

Shaddon of the White Cape is a fine sight, and by Sune's tresses he knows it. He is tall and well-muscled, his face strong and noble, with well groomed brown hair and the faintest hint of stubble. His eyes are grey and usually express an air of dignified neutrality, but when enflamed they burn with danger and passion.

He always wears the fine cape of pure white that has come to be his symbol. The body of the cloak is simple cotton, but this is replaced by a pair of ermine furs about the shoulders. The cape is fastened at the front by a small silver pin shaped to resemble a pair of wings.

The rest of his clothes are of equally fine make, and usually in dark colours to make the cloak more magnificent. He wears a coat of gleaming steel ring mail and a well-made longsword at his hip. He usually carries a small knife in his boot.

Magical Items

Ring Mail+1: Nobody is really sure where Shaddon acquired this fine suit of armour, and surprisingly the smug warrior has never ventured any tales regarding its origin. This probably means he acquired it ignominiously, by plundering a crypt or stealing it from the body of a corpse.

The ring mail is an ancient design of dwarven make, and may date back to pre-Netherese times. Though not enchanted with any particularly strong magic, the skill of its dwarven artificers ensures it continues to shine like new centuries later.

Brooch of Feather Falling: This small silver clasp fastens Shaddon's cape and is fashioned like a pair of soaring wings. Shaddon purchased it from a merchant-mage in Ordulin. He loves showing it off by leaping dramatically off balconies or tall cliffs, as his white cape billows out behind him.

Personality

Though at heart a good man, Shaddon of the White Cape is difficult to genuinely like. He is well aware of his looks and charm, and has great pride in his skill and success. At the root, his ego far outweighs his merits, and he firmly believes himself to be the best businessman, best lover and best duellist in the Realms.

Of course, in reality he is none of these, although his fashion sense is admired by many. Despite the firm belief he is flawless, Shaddon regularly finds himself in embarrassing or even dangerous situations, although he usually charms his way to safety. A follower of Sune, goddess of beauty, he is of course a consummate womaniser, and has broken hearts across the Realms with his casual attitude romance.

Finally he is an avid gossip, and eager to encourage the spread of even the most wild rumours.

History

Shaddon's family, the Ordusks, moved into Archendale to start an orchard about thirty years ago. The insular folks of Archendale viewed these newcomers with a suspicion which is only just beginning to fade several decades on. However, Shaddon was born and bred in the dale, and was quickly able to overcome his neighbours distrust with his charisma.

Maturing to be a talented warrior, Shaddon left the quiet and unexciting dale as soon as he reached manhood. His adventuring band, formed with friends from Archenbridge, was known as 'Shaddon's Men', but it quickly disintegrated as the young warrior alienated his companions with his unquenchable ego. Shaddon himself continued to see the world for some years, but quickly came to dislike the anonymity he had in the new lands he visited.

On his return to Archendale he caused a stir by making enemies of the local trading coaster the Darkwater Brand, revealing their kidnapping and slaving operations that were taking place elsewhere in the Dalelands. Accusations flew and tension mounted and ultimately the youngest scion of the Dakker family (owners of the Darkwater Brand) was slain by Shaddon upon the stones of Dawnpost Bridge.

It was no longer safe for Shaddon to remain in Arkendale, and he fled east. However, his links with his home remain strong. Following his c challenge of the Dakker family, he was approached by Maximar Spendler, the chief of the Stone Crab Coster. Impressed with Shaddon's daring at taking on the Darkwater Brand, and aware of his charisma, Maximar recruited Shaddon as a representative of his merchant outfit, to help with its expansion beyond the Dalelands. This arrangement has proved very lucrative for Shaddon, and he may even stand in a position to take over the Stone Crab Coaster if Maximar should ever retire. However, this has infuriated Maximar Spendler's only son, the mage-in-training Dursk Spendler, who was constantly bullied by Shaddon in his youth.

Links to the Stone Crab Coaster aside, Shaddon of the White Cape it is rumoured Shaddon is occasionally contacted by the secret Swords of Archendale for special missions. He was last seen in Raven's Bluff.




Edited by - MalariaMoon on 23 Aug 2011 14:16:28
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MalariaMoon
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Ceirynel Scatteredsky
Male Lythari Bard 11


Appearance: Like all lythari, Ceirynel has two forms; one being that of a green or wood elf, and the other a beautiful and powerful wolf. In elven form, Ceirynel appears as a tall, vigorous elf of middle age. His skin has a pale, frosty pallor that blooms with a rosy tint when he is angry or excited. He has handsome, noble features, green eyes and a small scar across the left side of his mouth. This disfiguration leaves him with a stern expression even when relaxed and happy. Ceirynel’s hair is a long mane of silver, black and grey strands resembling the colouration of his pelt when he transforms into a wolf. A bone circlet across his brow prevents his hair from obscuring his face.
In elven form Ceirynel dresses lightly, favouring a knee length deerskin tunic tied simply with a vine belt. Such clothing falls away easily without damage when he changes into a wolf. Ceirynel carries the magical longsword Lafylyth, a moonblade forged specifically to serve the lythari people. When in elven form he carries the sword in a leather scabbard across his back. The moonblade is absorbed into his being when he metamorphoses into a wolf, and actually transfers some its magical abilities to the wolf form. Aside from Lafylyth, Ceirynel is rarely encountered carrying civilised trappings. He leaves the wilderness so rarely he carries no money, and usually hunts and sleeps as a wolf.
His lupine form is that of a normal wolf, albeit a wolf stronger, sleeker and more striking than typical. Ceirynel’s pelt is almost white across the belly and thighs, whilst his back, shoulders, haunches and tail are an attractive blend of silver, black and grey hairs.
Personality: The lythari are a shy and secretive people. Ceirynel’s mission on Faerun dictates he communicate more with other elves and even other races on occasion, but it would be incorrect to label him outgoing. His meetings with non-lythari are chosen with care, although Ceirynel comes across as polite, honourable and keenly intelligent in these brief and very rare encounters.
Amongst his own people, Ceirynel is known for his wisdom and kindness. He is one of the great oral historians of the lythari people, and always takes wolf form to howl the night long songs recounting the deeds of lythari heroes forgotten by the rest of the world.
Even before departing Evermeet, Ceirynel was known as a wanderer and explorer. Very few elves can match his knowledge of the secret glades and hidden trails concealed within the island’s forests. Ceirynel has visited every tribe of lythari inhabiting Evermeet on his roaming, and his reputation is high throughout the lythari community.
All lythari despise violence, but Ceirynel is a little more willing to enter battle compared to the majority of his brethren. While most lythari fight only to defend themselves or their young, Ceirynel’s experience has led him to recognise that in order to protect his people he must occasionally take the fight to his enemies. However, he still finds battle sickening, and prefers to fight in elven form so that his moonblade can provide some distance between him and the blood he spills.
Ceirynel worships Oberon of the Seelie Court.
History: Ceirynel is believed to have lived for approximately two centuries. As a youth, he ran with the Greyhunt tribe, and didn’t adopt the name Scattersky until his departure for Faerun. He learnt the oral histories of the lythari from Arctos Greyhunt, an ancient member of their people believed to live still somewhere in Evermeet’s forests. Following Arctos’ tuition, Ceirynel left the Greyhunt tribe and roamed as a lone wolf between different bands of lythari, cultivating friendships and respect throughout Evermeet. During this time, Ceirynel met and befriended the wise old lythari healer Adlanniel Brightdawn; the bearer of Lafylyth, the fabled moonblade of the lythari.
Although the anarchic lythari have never had the motivation or consensus to endorse a leader, Adlanniel was a figurehead to her people. In the closing stages of her life she advocated the lythari should join their elven brethren in the Return to their old holdings of the Faerunian mainland. To further this mission, she passed the Lafylyth to Ceirynel, who bore it across the Sea of Swords. In the years that followed, Ceirynel travelled far and wide across the Realms, making contact with the lythari inhabiting the Forest of Tethyr and other groups in remote, secret locations in the furthest corners of the Savage North. At present, Ceirynel dwells in the depths of the High Forest with a small tribe of lythari who followed him from Evermeet.
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MalariaMoon
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Posted - 23 Aug 2011 :  17:14:23  Show Profile  Visit MalariaMoon's Homepage Send MalariaMoon a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Ceirynel Scatteredsky
Male Lythari Bard 11


2nd edition Lythari did not have a hybrid form, unlike the rules presented in 3rd edition Races of Faerun. To me, the 2nd edition version seems more in keeping with my conception of the lythari, thus you won't find a stats for hybrid form here.

Further information concerning
Lafylyth - the moonblade of the Lythari can be found on page 49 of the Candlekeep Magic Shop of this very forum.


Ceirynel Scatteredsky (elven form) CR 13
Male Lythari Bard 11
CG medium humanoid (shapechanger)
Init +2 Senses Low-light vision, scent, Listen +6, Spot +1
Languages Elven, Common, Sylvan, Chondathan
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AC 15, touch 15, flat-footed12 (+2 dex, +2 natural armour, dodge feat)
Hp 80 (13 HD)
Immune sleep, countersong, lightning bolt (from moonblade)
Fort +9 Ref +12 Will +8 (+10 vs. enchantments and illusions)
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Speed 30’ (6 squares)
Melee +3 keen moonblade +13/+8 (1d8+4/17-20x2)
Base Attack +9/+4 Grapple +10
Special Attacks None
Bard Spells Prepared (CL 11)
0 – Dancing Lights, Ghost Sound, Know Direction, Message, Read Magic, Resistance
1st - Comprehend Languages, Cure Light Wounds, Hypnotism, Remove Fear, Undetectable Alignment
2nd – Blur, Delay Poison, Heroism, Misdirection, Silence
3rd – Blink, Good Hope, Invisibility Sphere, Scrying
4th – Freedom of Movement, Greater Invisibility, Shadow Conjuration
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Abilities Str 10, Dex 16, Con 16, Int 15, Wis 12, Cha 16
SQ +2 save vs. illusion spells, +2 heal, hide, knowledge – arcana, move silently, spellcraft and survival checks, bardic knowledge +13, bardic music: countersong, fascinate, inspire competence, inspire courage, suggestion, inspire greatness
Feats Dodge, Self-Sufficient, Spellwise, Stealthy
Skills Climb+5, Concentration+2, Decipher Script+2, Diplomacy+6, Escape Artist+2, Handle Animal+4, Heal+7, Hide+7, Jump+2, Knowledge – Arcana+5, Knowledge – Geography+2, Knowledge – History+3, Knowledge – Nature+5, Listen+5, Move Silently+7, Perform (sing)+3, Search+3, Sense Motive+4, Spellcraft+6, Survival+9, Tumble+2
Possessions: Lafylyth – Moonblade of the Lythari
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If Ceirynel assumes wolf form use the following statistics

Init +5
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AC 18, touch 18, flat-footed 14 (+5 dex, +2 natural armour, +1 dodge feat)
Hp 80 DR 10/silver
Fort +11 Ref +14 Will +8 (+10 vs. enchantment and illusions)
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Speed 50’ (10 squares)
Melee +3 keen bite +13/+8 (1d6+4/19-20)
Special Attacks trip
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Abilities Str 12, Dex 20, Con 20, Int 15 Wis 12, Cha 16
SQ cannot cast spells in wolf form
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Diffan
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Kroth of the Grim Skulls

This thuggish brute is a lot like others of his brotheren, cold and hostile. He, however, knows that living like those of his kind will likely lead to a pointless death with little meaning. So he's taken his strength and skill of arms in search for more profit and to carve a name for himself in the books of legend.

Currently, he walks about the city streets of Waterdeep, looking for those who have enough coin to pay for his services. These jobs tend to be body-guard, caravan guard, and occasionally join adventuring parties that venture out of the city. He's taken a few jobs at sea but he knows that he can't deal with the open water for long voyages.

Kroth of the Grim Skulls (RAGING); CR 6
Male orc barbarian 1/ fighter 4
CN Medium humanoid (orc)
Init +2; Senses darkvision 60 ft.; Listen +2, Spot +0
Languages Common, Orcish
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AC 18, touch 13, flat-footed 16
(+5 armor, +2 Dex, +2 shield, +1 deflection, -2 rage)
hp 57 (5 HD)
Fort +9, Ref +5, Will +3
Weakness light sensitivity
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Speed 40 ft. (8 squares)
Melee mwk battleaxe +13 (1d8+8/x3) or
Melee +1 orcish claws of attack +12 (1d6+4/19-20) or
Melee mwk battleaxe +11 (1d8+8/x3) and
+1 orcish claws of attack +10 (1d6+4/19-20) with Two-Weapon Fighting
Ranged javelin +7 (1d6+6/x2)
Base Atk +5; Grp +11
Atk Options rage 1/day (+4 Str, +2 Con, -2 AC; 5/rounds)
Combat Gear 1 potion of cure serious wounds (CL 3rd), 2 potions of protection from arrows (10/magic)
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Maneuvers and Stances Known (IL 2nd):
Strikes—wolf-fang strike (1st) *see Tome of Battle for maneuver’s description
Disciplines: Tiger Claw
The orc gladiator can only initiate this maneuver once per encounter, with no recovery possible.
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Abilities Str 23 (19), Dex 14, Con 18 (16), Int 8, Wis 10, Cha 12
Feats Improved Buckler Defense, Lightning Reflexes, Two-Weapon Fighting, Weapon Focus (battleaxe), Weapon Specialization (battleaxe)
Skills Climb +7, Intimidate +6, Jump +6, Survival +3, Swim +0
Possessions Combat gear plus masterwork spiked breastplate, +1 spiked armored pauldron, +1 orcish tiger claw bracers of attack, masterwork battleaxe, ring of protection +1, 195 gp, 12 sp.

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Edited by - Diffan on 27 Aug 2011 04:52:47
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Dalor Darden
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Posted - 29 Apr 2012 :  16:17:54  Show Profile Send Dalor Darden a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I really let this thread fall by the wayside, but I think it could really be valuable...no pun intended.

What thread of Diffan's has NPCs in it...I must have missed it?

I'll come back to this soon, and I'm going to start a "Valuable Magic Items" thread also!

May even start a "Valuable Wizard's Spells" thread, "Valuable Cleric's Spells" thread and so on...but I don't originate many of those spells honestly...aside from some few spells I created for my own wizard.

Be back soon!

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Nicolai Withander
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Posted - 29 Apr 2012 :  16:54:55  Show Profile Send Nicolai Withander a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Do the spell list... that would be awesome!
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Dalor Darden
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Gammel Krage is a very old Druid, but rarely if ever has he walked the path of a man. None truly know his origin, but he walks as easily with the Fey as any could hope to do and not be lost forever to them.

Gammel travels the Dales and the deep woods of the Elven Court, ever on the lookout for evil creatures bent on hurting his homeland. Gammel cares little for the towns and cities of course; and more for the land and those beings that live in harmony with it. He will gladly do battle against evil creatures, but his ways are those of the slow mover. He is known to aid those who, whether they know it or not, are working to help the lands. Gammel prefers long term goals slowly worked to fruition over abrupt and immediate combat.

Because Gammel has sworn off the trappings of civilization, he has also sworn off wealth, magical items and so forth. Those that come to him are often given as gifts to lone travelers who simply find them sitting at their fire in the morning; or, as is most often his desire, Gammel simply destroys those things made by civilization and returns their component pieces to nature.

Gammel does desire two things however: the destruction of the Zhentarim and the same for the Cult of the Dragon. Gammel hates evil wizards, clerics and undead…the spreaders of ruin and destruction most unnatural in the world. He will often work behind the scenes to aid any individual or group that works against such forces.

Gammel travels most often as a bird of prey that circles high over head watching the goings on below (he favors the form of an eagle); and knows full well the range of True Seeing, and so stays well away from those he is spying upon. When Gammel finds someone of note, he will approach them in human form most often; but only after finding out all he can from a distance as a deer, wolf, bear or some other common wildlife in the area. Because he carries no magic of any sort, few ever suspect that the old man is anything but what he claims to be. His lies range from being an old hermit, to a pilgrim, to even being honest and saying he is a druid.

If Gammel finds someone he thinks needs help against unnatural forces or evil, the druid will place what help he can in the path of the individual or group; whether it is the body of an orc he mangled as a bear that carries a magical weapon they may need or leading them in the right direction using whatever animal forms he thinks are most appropriate.

On the rare occasion that Gammel aids someone directly, in combat, he will assume the form of a Giant Eagle or Giant Owl and attack fiercely any spellcaster that he thinks he can quickly over-power. If undead are the enemy, he will nearly always assume the shape of a Unicorn and activate his most potent defenses and his Holy Radiance power before attacking. He will constantly summon creatures to his aid while doing so, never relenting in his attack once engaged except to finally retreat if needed. He does not believe in giving quarter to undead…ever.

At no point will Gammel ever willingly enter a town unless he is giving chase to an enemy, or the need to communicate with someone in the town is of utmost urgency. When he does enter a town, it will usually be in the form of a common animal; he has entered an enemy stronghold once as a “lost” horse that the wizard’s soldiers found in the woodlands and captured. The wizard died that night under the claws of a great hunting cat that found its way into the wizard’s quarters through an open window.

DM NOTE: Gammel Krage has no “home” or other sentiments to protect. He has no favored meditation pool, regular sleeping area or any such thing. He travels as does a wild animal; but even more unpredictable because he intentionally varies his travels so that there is never any routine to his existence. He has been struck by a near life-long form of wander-lust and favors no home over any tree to sleep in. In fact, these days he tends to sleep in the shape of an animal; usually within a tree or burrow. His last act of killing a wizard in his keep resulted in him actually returning to the stables, taking the form of the same horse, and then being ridden out of the keep by a former retainer of the wizard. That young apprentice wizard was later found face down in the muddy tracks of a trail not too far away; his body apparently ravaged by a pack of wolves. Using Gammel a DM should never let anyone know exactly who he is and what he stands for.

Gammel Krage
Male Dalesman Human Druid 9
NG Medium Humanoid (human)
Init +2; Senses Listen +15, Spot +15
Languages Chondathan, Common, Druidic, Sylvan, Elven, Giant
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AC 21, 13 touch, 19 flat-footed (+7 Supernatural, +1 Deflection, +1 Natural, +2 Dex)
hp 59 (HD 9d8+9)
Fort +8, Ref +6, Will +13
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Speed 30 ft. (6 squares); Face/Reach 5 ft./5 ft.
Melee +12/+7 (1d6x2 Staff)
Base Atk +6; Grp +12
Atk Options Staff, spells, wildshaping
Combat Gear: Quarterstaff
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Druid Spells Prepared ( base DC = 16 + spell level; caster level 9th)
0th- Cure Minor Wounds x2, Detect Magic, Flare, Light, Resistance
1st- Cure Light Wounds x2, Entangle, Longstrider, Produce Flame, Speak with Animals
2nd- Barkskin, Heat Metal, Hold Animal, Owl’s Wisdom, Tree Shape, Warp Wood
3rd- Cure Moderate Wounds, Dominate Animal, Neutralize Poison, Protection from Energy
4th- Dispel Magic, Freedom of Movement, Ice Storm
5th- Stoneskin, Tree Stride
NOTE: Gammel changes his spell list often, wholly depending on what he is currently undertaking; this list is what he might have if traveling a long distance with no true purpose.

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Abilities: Str 11(+0), Dex 15(+2), Con 13(+1), Int 14(+2), Wis 22(+6), Cha 17(+3)
SQ AC Bonus +7 (Su), Endure Elements (Ex), Exalted Strike +1 (Su)- any weapon or natural attack Gammel uses is considered +1 as well for purposes of damage reduction, Sustenance (Ex)- Gammel does not require food or drink, Deflection bonus +1 to AC (Su), Resistance to all saving throws +1 (Ex), Ability Enhancement (Ex), Gammel has a +2 bonus to his Wisdom score, Natural Armor bonus +1 (Ex), Mind Shielding (Ex)- Gammel is constantly protected from all attempts to discern his thoughts, detect his alignment, or discern if he is lying. Due to Gammel’s Vow of Poverty, he has been granted 5 Exalted Feats based upon his level. Animal Companion, Nature Sense, Wild Empathy, Woodland Stride, Trackless Step, Resist Nature’s Lure, Wild Shape (3xday, Large), Venom Immunity.
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Feats: Sacred Vow (+2 to Diplomacy checks) (1st), Vow of Poverty (1st), Nymph’s Kiss (bonus Exalted) (+2 to Charisma related checks, +1 bonus to saves against spells, and +1 skill point per level), Nimbus of Light (+2 Diplomacy and Sense Motive checks with Good Creatures), Holy Radiance (all undead in 10’ take 1d4 damage per round), Intuitive Attack (Wis bonus on attacks), Exalted Wild Shape (may also change into Blink Dog, Giant Eagle, Giant Owl, Pegasus or Unicorn), Track (3rd), Improved Counterspell (6th), Natural Spell (9th)
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Skills: Concentration +13 {12}, Diplomacy +11 (+13 with good creatures) {4} Heal +8 {2} , Knowledge: Nature +20 {12}, Listen +15 {9}, Sense Motive +12 (+14 with good creatures) {6}, Spellcraft +14 {12}, Spot +15 {9}, Survival +20 {12}
Synergy bonuses not included.

Possessions: Quarterstaff, wooden holy symbol of Lurue, old dirty gray robes and sandals.
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Hook: “You’re in the Mother’s Forest now child.”

Description: Gammel is old and bent, his long hair falling freely about his shoulders and his ancient beard most likely never having been cut falls fully past his waist. He appears well into his ancient years; but is still has a spring in his step and isn’t truly fragile appearing.
Height: 6,1", Weight: 138lbs, Hair: white, Eyes: icy-blue.

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Diffan
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Here's some common soldiers you'd find in Cormyr's towns and villages. I've got some Purple Dragons statted up too, which I can post later in the week.

BLADE OF CORMYR; CR ½
hp
9 (1 HD)
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Male or Female Chondathan human warrior 1
LG or LN Medium humanoid
Init +4; Senses Listen +1, Spot +1
Languages Chondathan, Common
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AC 17, touch 10, flat-footed 17
(+5 armor, +2 shield)
Fort +3, Ref +0, Will -1
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Speed 20 ft. in chain mail; base 30 ft.
Melee long sword +2 (1d8+1/19-20) or
Melee club +3 (1d6+1/x2)
Ranged light crossbow +1 (1d8/19-20)
Base Atk +1; Grp +2
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Abilities Str 13, Dex 11, Con 12, Int 10, Wis 9, Cha 8
Feats Alertness, Improved Initiative
Skills Climb -2, Jump -2, Swim -10
Possessions chain mail, club, heavy steel shield, light crossbow with 20 bolts, long sword, 1d4 gp.




TELSWORD OF CORMYR CR 2
hp
19 (2 HD)
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Male or Female Chondathan human fighter 2
LG or LN Medium humanoid
Init +5; Senses Listen +1, Spot +1
Languages Chondathan, Common
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AC 18, touch 11, flat-footed 17
(+5 armor, +1 Dex, +2 shield)
Fort +5, Ref +2, Will +2
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Speed 20 ft. in masterwork breastplate; base 30 ft.
Melee mwk long sword +6 (1d8+2/19-20)
Ranged mwk light crossbow +4 (1d8/19-20)
Base Atk +2; Grp +4
Atk Options Cleave, Power Attack
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Abilities Str 15, Dex 13, Con 14, Int 10, Wis 12, Cha 8
Feats Cleave*, Improved Initiative, Power Attack, Weapon Focus (long swords)*
* Fighter bonus feats
Skills Climb +3, Jump +3, Swim -1
Possessions masterwork breastplate, masterwork heavy steel shield, masterwork light crossbow with
20 bolts, masterwork long sword, 1d6 gp.

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