Thorina Caladrel


Kagan's Wife

Human (P), Commoner (P) 1st
Medium Humanoid (Human)
Alignment: Neutral Good [Pelor]
Hit Dice: 1d6+1 (5 hp)
Initiative: +0	
Speed: 30' (6 sq) (light enc.)
Space/Reach: 5 ft./5 ft.																			
AC: 10, Touch 10, Flat-Footed 10

Saves: Fort +1, Ref +0, Will +1																				

Abilities: Str 10, Dex 10, Con 12, Int 14, Wis 13, Cha 6
Base Att/CMB/CMD: +0 / +0 / 10								
Single Attack:										
Club: +0 melee (1d6/20)																		
Full Attack:								
Club: +0 melee (1d6/20)																																

────┤ FEATS ├────
Skill Focus: Appraise-p, Skill Focus: Profession: Scribe-p.

────┤ SKILLS ├────
Acrobatics +0, Appraise +6, Bluff -2, Climb +0, Diplomacy -2, Disguise -2, 
Escape Art +0, Fly +0, Handle Anim +2, Heal +1, Intimidate -2, Perception +5, 
Ride +0, Sense Mot +2, Stealth +0, Survival +1, Swim +0, Kn:Local +3, 
Pro:Scribe +8.

────┤ Languages (x3) ├────
Common, Goblin, Dwarf, Elven
────┤ Racial Traits: Human (P) ├────
Bonus Feat: One extra feat at Level #1
Skilled: Gain 1 extra skill point at each level

────┤ Class Features: Commoner (P) 1st ├────

────┤ EQUIPMENT ├────
Peasant's Outfit, Club, 2xPouch

────┤ MONEY ├────
Platinum:0   Gold:173   Silver:0   Copper:0.

675 gp.																							


Thorina grew up bitter and resentful towards life, always wishing that others would die. Unable to find love and unattractive to all but the most desperate of men, she eeked out an existence caring for the horses in the stable, where she felt truly at home. Her sister Sorina provided her with a stable income, and as a good sister gave her what little kindness she could count on in the world.

Thorina, however, got her wishes when an awful attack destroyed much of the town and one of the few things remaining around the area was her sister’s inn. Even her sister had died, and although for a brief moment she enjoyed the destruction, she immediately became bitter that the one person who had treated her with some respect was now gone.

To her lasting joy, a handsome man by the name of Kagan walked into her life and took an interest in her. He had money and some power and bought the inn. After a satisfying rendezvous, the man married her and made her proprietor of the inn, while he went back to strange adventures. Since then she has not heard much from Kagan, but their child has been born and things are finally starting to go better for her.