Campaign of the Month: September 2012
A Manifestation of Chaos
Human (P), Cleric (P) 6th Medium Humanoid (Human) with 4,000 XP Alignment: Lawful Neutral [St. Cuthbert] Hit Dice: 6d8+12 (50 hp) Initiative: +1 Speed: 20' (4 sq) (medium enc.) Space/Reach: 5 ft./5 ft. AC: 20 (+8 Armor, +1 Shield, +1 Dex, ), Touch 11, Flat-Footed 19 Saves: Fort + 7, Ref + 3, Will + 10 Abilities: Str 12, Dex 12, Con 14, Int 13, Wis 21, Cha 16 Base Att/CMB/CMD: + 4 / + 5 / 16 Single Attack: Heavy Mace + 1: + 6 melee (1d8 + 2/20/x2) Light Mace: + 5 melee (1d6+ 1/20/x2) Light Crossbow: + 5 ranged (1d8/19-20/x2) Dagger: + 5 melee (1d4+ 1/19-20/x2) Full Attack: Heavy Mace + 1: + 6 melee (1d8+ 2/20/x2) Light Mace: + 5 melee (1d6+ 1/20/x2) Light Crossbow: + 5 ranged (1d8/19-20/x2) Dagger: + 5 melee (1d4+ 1/19-20/x2) ==| CLERIC (P) SPELLS |== Spells per Day: (4/3+1/3+1/2+1; save DC 15+spell level): ----¦ Cleric (P) Level 0 +---- Create Water, Detect Magic, Stabilize, Light. ----¦ Cleric (P) Level 1 +---- Protection from Evil, Remove Fear, Shield of Faith. ----¦ Cleric (P) Level 2 +---- Restoration (Lesser), Hold Person, Spiritual Weapon, ==| Cleric (P) Level 3 |== Dispel Magic, Magic Circle against Evil, ────┤ FEATS ├──── Extra Channel, Selective Channeling, Augment Healing, Craft Wand. ────┤ SKILLS ├──── Acrobatics -4-4, Appraise +5, Bluff +3, Climb -4, Diplomacy +8, Disguise +3, Escape Art -4, Fly -4, Heal +13, Intimidate +3, Perception +5, Ride -4, Sense Mot +14, Spellcraft +5, Stealth -4, Survival +6, Swim -3, Kn:Nobility +5, Kn:Religion +8, Kn:Planes +6. ────┤ Racial Traits: Human (P) ├──── Bonus Feat: One extra feat at Level #1 Skilled: Gain 1 extra skill point at each level ────┤ Class Features: Cleric (P) 6th ├──── Concentration check: 1d20+11 Cannot cast spells of opposed alignment Spontaneous Casting: Replace spell by a healing spell, unprepared (same lvl) Orisons (Sp): Cast prepared 0-level spells at will Channel Energy (Su): Wave of positive energy in a 30' burst: • 8/day < OOOOOOOO > • 3d6 damage to Undead; Will DC16 for ½ damage • OR 3d6 points of healing to living creatures ────┤ Destruction Domain (P) ├──── Destructive Smite (Su): 8/day < OOOOOOOO > You can make a Single Melee attack with a +3 bonus on damage. Declare the Destructive Smite before the attack ────┤ Law Domain (P) ├──── Touch of Law (Sp): 8/day < OOOOOOOO > As a std action, you can touch a creature, giving it the ability to treat all d20 rolls for 1 round as if the result was an 11 ────┤ Conditional Skill and Synergies ├──── -4 on Acrobatics checks made to jump [Base Speed] ────┤ Languages ├──── Common, Old Oerridian ────┤ EQUIPMENT ├──── ARMOR WORN: Chainmail Armor +2. SHIELD: Light Steel Shield. Backpack, Pouch, Silver Holy Symbol, Spell Component Pouch, Heavy Mace +1, Light Mace, Dagger, Light Crossbow, 10xCrossbow Bolt 2xPotion of Cure light wounds, Cleric's Vestments ────┤ MONEY ├──── Platinum:0 Gold:0 Silver:106 Copper:0. ────┤ TOTAL CHARACTER VALUE ├──── 6,813 gp.
Onoma Ousia served in a chapel near Pitchfield, where he was taught the rudiments of the faith of St. Cuthbert. Unfortunately, his overseer, Father Bentley, passed away and the chapel was without a fully trained cleric. Now there happened to be an attorney in town by the name Francisco Delivier, and he was an ardent follower of Cuthbert. He offered to complete the training of Onoma, but he knew nothing of divine magic. He simply educated Onoma in the ways of thought behind the religion. He emphasized that one must always have clear, pertinent statements related to one’s obligations and expectations. After this, Onoma went to the temple in Greyhawk to complete the divine, magical portion of his education.
From there he began to hire himself out as a healer and righteous man, who would always vindicate the just and leave the wicked to their penalties. His philosophy, however, required an onerous contract be signed before any healing could be distributed. St. Cuthbert could not be held liable for any failed healings in the midst of a dangerous combat. Everyone who expected to receive healing had to be appraised of this situation. It wasn’t just a formality, it was a pre-condition for the deity’s blessings, which arise (as Onoma sees it) from practical righteousness and fulfillment of obligations.