Adventures of the Night Swords!
Half-Elf Cleric of Pharasma
3rd Level Cleric / 1st Level Fighter
Race: Half-Elf (from Brevoy)
Age: 25 (3/5/4686)
Height/weight: 5’11” / 139-lbs.
Deity: Pharasma, the Lady of Graves
Languages: Common, Elven, Skald, Varisian
Class modifiers: Base attack +3 / Fort +5 / Reflex +1 / Will +3
Combat Maneuver Bonus: +3 / Combat Maneuver Defense: 16
Statistics: ability modifier
Strength: 11 +0
Dexterity: 16 +3
Constitution: 14 +2
Intelligence: 12 +1
Wisdom: 18 +4
Charisma: 15 +2
Hit points: 36
Armor class: 20 (18 w/o shield)
Diplomacy: 1 (9)
Knowledge (Religion): 2 (6)
Linguistics: 1 (11)
Profession (Undertaker): 1 (9)
Spellcraft: 2 (+6)
Feats & Class Abilities:
Racial Abilities: Low-light vision / bonus Feat: Skill Focus (1 points of damage – you may use this power only on a creature that is already below 0 hit point – usable up to seven times per day)
Cleric Ability: Spontaneous Casting (Healing magic only)
Ability: Aura (radiates True Neutral)
Ability: Channel Positive Energy (radiate energy in a 30’ radius, five times per day – heals 2D6 points of healing per use – alternately will do 2D6 points of damage to any undead within 30’ – save DC13)
Fighter Abilities: Aldori Swordlord Specialization
Feat: Selective Channeling (when you channel energy, you may pick up to two targets that are not affected)
Feat: Weapon Finesse (you use Dexterity rather than Strength to figure base attack bonus when using light weapons)
Feat: Weapon Focus (+1 to hit with Aldori dueling sword)
The word Sirota means ‘orphan’ in proper Taldane – but Sirota is the product of love between two cultures, even if neither of his parents cared enough to keep the symbol of that love. Sirota’s father was an elven hunter of some note, while his mother was a minor noble who never wished to have a family. The parents made a pact to ‘donate’ the child to the church of Pharasma, who forbids the killing of a child, born or unborn.
Sirota was brought up in the temple of Pharasma in the Free City of Restov. He loved to hear the stories of the Aldori Swordlords while training to be an undertaker in service to the church – in his free time he looked for someone to train him in the way of the Swordlords as well. He searched the city high and low, and soon found an older warrior who said he would teach Sirota in exchange for a proper burial once he died. Young Sirota talked to his elders, and was told the old warrior would have the burial he wanted, but only after the acolyte had performed a number of extra chores and duties.
Sirota did all he could to learn the ways of both sword and faith so he could serve his goddess and protect those in need against the abominations that are the Undead. Before his teacher died the man gave him something more than anyone else ever had – a name, and that name was Kyras. When Kyras asked why that name in particular he was told that it was elven, and a name granted only to someone on the cusp of greatness.