Pathfinder OC

Jan 13th, 2016
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  1. JP: juvenileProphet
  2. Name: Nax
  3. Class: Level 7 Orcale
  4. Race: pathfinder Rat-folk
  5. Gender female
  6. Age: Cursed to have the body of a child that is like that is equal to a human 13 year old but is really 30 years old
  7. Height: 3 ft 1 inch
  8. Weight: 30 pounds
  9. Stats
  10. Str 6
  11. Dex 16
  12. Con 10
  13. Int 12
  14. Wis 10
  15. Cha 16
  16. Base speed 20 ft.
  17. Darkvision: can see perfectly in the dark up to 60 feet
  18. Spells Known:
  19. Level 0: Purify Food and Drink, Read Magic,Stabilize,Create Water,Detect Magic,Mending,Detect Poison
  20. Level 1: Entropic Shield, Endure Elements, Liberating Command, Cure Light Wounds, Shield of Faith,Inflict Light Wounds,
  21. Level 2: Divine Trident, Hold person, Eagle's Splendor, Color Spray, Inflict Moderate Wounds
  22. Level 3: Bestow Curse, Agonizing Rebuke, Inflict Serious Wounds
  23. Spells Uses Per Day: Level 1 spells 6 times, Level 2 spells 4 times, Level 3 spells 3 times
  24. Revelations:
  25. Lure of the Heavens (Su): Your connection to the skies above is so strong that your feet barely touch the ground. At 1st level, you no longer leave tracks. At 5th level, you can hover up to 6 inches above the ground or even above liquid surfaces, as if levitating. At 10th level, you gain the ability to fly, as per the spell, for a number of minutes per day equal to your oracle level. This duration does not need to be consecutive, but it must be spent in 1-minute increments.
  26. Coat of Many Stars (Su): You conjure a coat of starry radiance that grants you a +4 armor bonus. At 7th level, and every four levels thereafter, this bonus increases by +2. At 13th level, this armor grants you DR 5/slashing. You can use this coat for 1 hour per day per oracle level. The duration does not need to be consecutive; it can instead be spent in 1-hour increments.
  27. Awesome Display (Su): Your phantasmagorical displays accurately model the mysteries of the night sky, dumbfounding all who behold them. Each creature affected by your illusion (pattern) spells is treated as if its total number of Hit Dice were equal to its number of Hit Dice minus your Charisma modifier (if positive).
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