Playin in a Travelin Band
Ahzaram "Ahz" of House Karg
Dragonborn are proud, honor-bound draconic humanoids. They wander the world as mercenaries and adventurers. They are strong and possess dragonlike abilities.
Ahzaram of House Karg, level 1 Dragonborn, Cleric Build: Devoted Cleric
FINAL ABILITY SCORES Str 20, Con 15, Dex 13, Int 14, Wis 18, Cha 17.
STARTING ABILITY SCORES Str 18, Con 15, Dex 13, Int 14, Wis 18, Cha 15.
AC: 16 Fort: 15 Reflex: 12 Will: 16 HP: 27 Surges: 9 Surge Value: 8
TRAINED SKILLS Religion +7, Arcana +7, Diplomacy +8, Heal +9
UNTRAINED SKILLS Acrobatics, Bluff +3, Dungeoneering +4, Endurance +1, History +4, Insight +4, Intimidate +5, Nature +4, Perception +4, Stealth, Streetwise +3, Thievery, Athletics +4
FEATS Cleric: Ritual Caster Level 1: Pelor’s Radiance
POWERS Cleric at-will 1: Sacred Flame Cleric at-will 1: Lance of Faith Cleric daily 1: Beacon of Hope Cleric encounter 1: Healing Strike
ITEMS Ritual Book, Adventurer’s Kit, Holy Symbol, Torch, Sanctified Incense (Religion) (5), Chainmail, Morningstar RITUALS Gentle Repose, Make Whole
Social Interactions How do others perceive you in social interactions? Relaxed How optimistic are you? Self-assured How trusting are you? Skeptical Decision Points How assertive are you at a decision point? Adaptable How conscientious are you about following rules? Pragmatic How empathetic are you? Protective Dire Straits How courageous are you in dire straits? Steady How do you feel when faced by setbacks? Driven How are your nerves? Patient
Ahz continually maintains the appearance of his symbol of Pelor. Whenever there is a lull in the action, and presumably without his even thinking about it, he will be buffing, shining, and cleaning the symbol. He is known to drive people crazy in conversations by seeming to “fidget.” In truth, he has done it for so long, it is completely subconscious most of the time.
1. Why did you decide to be an adventurer? While on a mission trip, I and my caravan were ransacked by worshippers of an evil god. When I returned to the church, the council felt it was a sign that I take a more aggressive approach to stamping out evil. 2. How did you acquire your class? If you’re a fighter, for example, you might have been in a militia, come from a family of soldiers, or trained in a martial school, or you might be a self-taught warrior. I was born into a very martial culture. But my family was one of generational transference of ability. When I came to this world, it was deemed I continued the gift of the bloodline, and thus was entered into the cloth as soon as I was able. I grew up under the symbol of Pelor. 3. How did you acquire your starting equipment? Did you assemble it piece by piece over time? Was it a gift from a parent or a mentor? Do any of your personal items have special significance? My symbol of Pelor was gifted to me upon graduating into full Priesthood. It is a radiant gold sun strung from a golden chain that I maintain regularly. My weapon and armor are relatively new. They were granted to me by the council upon my agreeing to take their new charge. My ritual book I bound myself over time during my studies. It is made from recycled blank hymnal pages that were to be destroyed. My remaining gear was purchased with the small stipend the council granted me. 4. What’s the worst event of your life? Once, on a mission, there were two small children who had gotten trapped under a collapsed cart. A raging Ogre, who had caused the wreck, was wildly flailing about nearby. I was yound and brash and thought the best option would be to strike him to draw his attention on me and pull him away from the children. What I didn’t realize was that he was already near death and as I later found out, was trying to ward us away from the children because he was trying to save them himself. In any event, when I struck him, it actually killed him toppling him over on the cart, crushing the children in the process. 5. What’s the best thing that’s ever happened to you? Being born unto Pelor. 6. Do you stay in contact with your family? What do your relatives think of you and your chosen career? I do what I can. Being on the road all my time, it is hard to stay in touch, but I try. My family honors the church’s decisions, and thus approves of this choice.