Having inadvertently inspired the world and assisted in writing it, my character has been ready for a while.
Tylya ari'Aujirgix, Dragon Knight (homebrew modification of Dragon Shaman), Draconic Human, Descendant of Bronze, reporting ready.
Cohort Elvern Irisv, Human Favored Soul of Tamara, Descendant of Gold, reporting ready.
Between myself and my cohort, the group's healing duties are largely accounted for. Tylya retains the Dragon Shaman's healing abilities, including the "Vigor Aura" that freely heals all allie up to 50% HP and the double-strong Lay on Hands. Elvern has a fully charged Wand of Lesser Vigor and Cure Minor, Light, and Moderate Wounds and Lesser Restoration, with 6/7/5 slots per day.
That said, if anyone is interested in playing a cleric or the like, I basically whipped Elvern up in an hour and will be happy to alter him to a rogue or arcanist that will serve just as well. As for Tylya, she has more than a few other talents and isn't designed to be more than an adequate secondary healer anyway. Someone who can save the cleric a few spell slots.
Obviously I have the Leadership feat. In case you were curious, Tylya has a ship, a pinnace called The Caroline, and her followers are the ship's crew. Idej told me repeatedly that this is not a nautical campaign, and while it is probable the ship will see use, it currently sits as a very expensive set piece. I personally have no intentions of sailing off for parts unknown and derailing whatever plot Idej has come up with. While Gold, Topaz, Green, and Black dragons all have aquatic tendencies, the Bronze dragons are the ones most related to the ocean, and I could not see a noble of Bronze being anything less than a sea captain.
Full sheets can be found http://www.myth-weavers.com/sheetview.php?sheetid=173612
for the curious.
More RP wise...
Tylya is noble-born and she knows it. While she can be kind and generous to her lessors, they are her lessors. She values honor, duty, loyalty, and other variations of that theme. Inspiring characters are Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy of Pride and Prejudice and several officers from Horatio Hornblower.
Elvern is not noble-born and his draconic traits and geneology speak of one of his ancestors being an illegitimate and unclaimed son of a noble that was covered up to avoid a scandal. While being chosen by a goddess is enough to prevent any scandal falling on him, it is nonetheless the case that he is utterly unbred and untrained for the rigors of high society. Inspiring characters are anyone I can think of the married, bought, or was otherwise thrust from peasantry into high station.