Lauriel Greenleaf Race:
Str: 13 Int: 14 Wis: 12 AL: CG hp: 8
Dex: 19 Con: 15 Cha: 9 Com: 15
AC: 0 (-6 elfin chain +1, -4 Dex)
Weapon Prof.: longbow, short bow, long sword, dagger, quarter staff
Non-weapon Prof.: alertness, bowyer/fletcher, foraging
Languages: elvish, gnome, halfling, goblin, hobgoblin, orcish, common
detect secret doors - 1 in 6 passing one 10'; 2 in 6 searching for one; 3 in 6 for concealed doors
+1 to hit bonus with all bows, long swords, or short swords
when alone, and not in metal armor, or when 90' away from a group not entire composed of elves or halflings, elves are silent in their movement and can surprise opponents 4 in 6 of a time.
Weapons: longbow (Dmg 1d6, Rng 7/14/21, ROF 2), dagger (Dmg 1d4, Rng 1/2/3, ROF 2)
Clothing: belt, cloak, leather shorts, long soft boots, tunic
Spellbook: Cantrips, Read Magic, Armor, Protection from Evil, Magic Missile, Sleep, Identify
Spells per Level
1st: magic missile (x2), sleep
Having a slight figure, Lauriel is as tall as a typical human female. She has platinum blonde hair which she forms into two knotted braids that frame her heart-shaped face along with elfin ears that are rather smallish for her race. Her pupils are surrounded by irises that sparkle like golden wheat field.
While the elves are in retreat, Lauriel is quite intrigued by the age of man and takes it upon herself to go out of the confines of her forested home and into an unknown world where adventure awaits her.
Considered a maverick among her people Lauriel has always wondered what the world outside the village and forest was like, earning her shaking heads from elders and ridicule from the young. But this did not discourage her desire and determination to go and see the outside someday.
When the villagers could no longer tolerate Lauriel’s fervent insistent interest of things outside of their village, they asked the village elder to talk sense into her. After much thought, the elder decreed the Lauriel be ‘banished’ from the village and not to return until she truly reflects on the errors of her notions regarding the world outside. In other words the village elder granted the young elf’s fondest wish but at the same time he hopes she finds out for herself if what she greatly desires is what is cracked up to be.
Before she left, the elder gave her a going away present – an enchanted elven chain armor, which an heirloom to the village chief. Many were surprised and appalled by this – a social misfit like Lauriel, being exiled, to receive such a prized gift. But the elder dismissed all the naysayers concerns, saying it is better for someone to use it than leave it locked up and kept indefinitely. Lauriel thanked the elder and was both happy and sad. Happy because she’ll finally get to see a brave new world that she has always dreamed of; and sad that she has to leave the one place which is considered her only home since she was born, and will not be able to return to it for a long while. Wiping her tears, she banishes her doubts and worries, and set out on brand new adventure! Personality:
Lauriel is rather shy especially towards those outside of her home village, but is curious enough in wanting to explore and experience new things, including meeting new people. She can be naïve at times since her world view has only been limited to that of her village and home forest, due to that she is not afraid to ask questions to the point of being annoying.