Half-elf cleric, with leanings towards wizard


Race: Half-elf

Class: Cleric; Arcane Initiate – Level 9


  • Str: 14
  • Con: 14
  • Dex: 10
  • Int: 15
  • Wis: 17
  • Cha: 14


  • AC: 25
  • Fort: 18
  • Refl: 18
  • Will: 21

Initiative: +4
Hit Points: 66
Healing Surges: 9


  • Ritual Caster
  • Arcane Initiate
    • Novice Power
    • Acolyte Power
  • Implement Expertise (holy symbol)
  • Battle Healer

At-Will Powers:

  • Righteous Brand
  • Sacred Flame

Encounter Powers:

  • Command (level 3)
  • Divine Fortune (channel divinity; class feature)
  • Healing Word (class feature; 2x/encounter)
  • Hypnotism (level 1; arcane initiate power)
  • Icy Terrain (level 1; novice multiclass power)
  • Strengthen the Faithful (level 7)
  • Thunderwave (level 1; half-elf dilettante power)
  • Turn Undead (channel divinity; class feature)

Daily Powers:

  • Blade Barrier (level 9)
  • Consecrated Ground (level 5)
  • Moment of Glory (level 1)

Utility Powers:

  • Bastion of Health (level 6)
  • Shield (level 2)

Languages Known:

  • Common
  • Elven
  • Draconic

Equipped Items:

  • Lullaby Mace +1
  • Braidmail Armor +3
  • Razor Bracers
  • Amulet of Protection +2
  • Star of Corellon +3

“My name?

“I have already told you my name. Where did I get it? It was given to me by the midwife that brought me into this world. The ordeal killed my mother, so it seems my name is appropriate. My father? No, there was never any knowledge of him.

“Yes, I choose to keep my name. Why does that surprise you? It is a part of who I am, and I have never been known as any other. Even now, as I strive to learn the arcane arts, I realize I have not the mental aptitude to master them. Thus, my name may still be fitting. I do, however, posses a natural affinity towards channeling more divine effects, so I have taken up the vestments of Corellon instead of the robes of a wizard. I do still study book-magic, and I can even muster a small spell or two. I hope someday to find an old dusty library filled with magical secrets that I can study. After all, The Protector teaches the value of learning the arcane.

“Do not judge me, sir. I can see by your eyes that you think me a selfish heretic… one who uses faith as a convenient avenue for magical study. I need not explain myself to you, but know this: I am a devout follower of The Protector. I am thankful that I can channel his divine grace into a useable force. I study the arcane to further Corellon’s faith, not to distract from it. I believe that he will help shape me and my talents into an appropriate instrument of faith: either divine, arcane, or both. I seek signs and portents from him to direct my path; and when I lack them, I seek arcane arts in his name.

“And do not think that I failed to notice the spider tattoo just under your collar. Nor have the motives for your curiosity been lost on me. I hope you have enjoyed my tale of faith; you can share it with your dark mistress after I send you to meet her.

“And be sure to tell her my name:
No-merit Venantius, devoted servant of Corellon.”


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