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Human Ranger 3
|Strength 16||Dexterity 17||Constitution 16|
|Intelligence 13||Wisdom 15||Charisma 15|
Alertness (Wis+1; 16)
Animal Handling (Wis-1; 15)
Direction Sense (Wis+1; 16)
Distance Sense (Wis; 15)
Hunting (Wis-1; 14)
Language, Modern, Shou (Int; 13)
Riding, land (Wis+3; 18)
Seamstress/Tailor (Dex-1; 16)
Survival, Hills (Int; 13)
Tracking (Wis+1; 16)
Trail Marking (Wis; 15)
Weather Sense (Wis-1; 14)
Species Enemy: Tuigan tribes (+4 attack, -4 reactions)
Primary Terrain: Hills
Animal Empathy (save vs. wand at -1)
Hide in Shadows 25%
Move Silently 32%
Trail Sense (-10% chance to get lost, no more than 20% in hills)
Marksmanship (+1 bonus to shortbow attacks)
Recognize Trail Hazard 30%
AC: 4 (7 Studded leather, -3 Dex)
Death Save: 13
Wand Save: 15
Polymorph Save: 14
Breath Save: 16
Spell Save: 16
|Type||| THAC0||| Damage SM/L||| Range||| Speed|
|Shortbow||| 15||| 1d8+1/1d8+1||| 50/100/180||| 6|
|Spear||| 18 (16 thrown)||| 1d6+1/1d8+1||| 10/20/30||| 6|
|Sword, short||| 18||| 1d6+1/1d8+1||| ||| 3|
Black velvet and unerringly straight, hoarding moonlight like obsidianEyes:
Rum gold and almond-shaped, full of excitementOrientation:
Long ago, a young woman of a Kara-Tur noble family was pledged to marry a minister of Shou Lung, to cement her family's place in the courts of the Emperor. When the mischievous bride abandoned her duty and fled to take up arms at the Dragonwall, she cast her family from grace and forever forfeit her own honor. Though she fought beside the people of Faerun pushing back the Tuigan hordes and was named a hero, the mischievous bride was cursed by her family.
The curse followed the O lineage west into Faerun, where it affected the mischievous bride's daughters and granddaughters through the generations, right down to O Soon-Ae. No woman in the line of O may find lasting love, nor stable home, nor lasting wealth. This curse has shaped the daughters of O into transients, gypsies, and whores. The strange misfortunes which follow them have also left each woman susceptible to further curses, further handed down from generation to generation. The exact nature of these curses are secret, and some undiscovered by Soon-Ae herself.
Soon-Ae has embraced the nomadic lineage of her family and the gypsy life of the hills beyond Waterdeep, where she serves as escort and guide to merchant caravans, enjoying being untethered from obligations and the constant traffic of interesting new people. She is a brave and accomplished outrider, instructed in the secrets of horseback archery, and a completely self-reliant tracker. Her inner strength flies in the face of many Waterdhavian customs, with perhaps her one common ground with the role of Faerunian women being a tradition for skilled clothwork and embroidery.
As a keepsake, Soon-Ae carries a medal awarded to her ancestor by Cormyr's Purple Dragon Knights, the Scale of Nalavatoryl. The exact significance of the medal is unknown to her, except that it is an enduring memento passed from mother to daughter along the O line.