Halfling Magic-user Necromance
Player - Angela Caffery
Strength 8 (-1)
Dexterity 15 (3)
Intelligence 18 (1)
Size:Small Height:2’ 8" Weight:30 lb Eyes:Green Hair:Light Brown Curly Skin:Pale
*Gave up: *Enchantment Illusion
Total Hit Points: 10
Speed: 20 feet
Armor Class: 13 = 10 + 2 [dexterity] + 1 [small]
Touch AC: 13 Flat-footed: 11
Initiative modifier:+ *2= + 2 [dexterity]
Fortitude save:+ 4= 0 [base] + 3 [constitution] + 1 [halfling]
Reflex save:+ 3= 0 [base] + 2 [dexterity] + 1 [halfling] Will save:+ 4= 2 [base] + 1 [wisdom] + 1 [halfling]
Attack (handheld):+ 0= 0 [base] -1 [strength] + 1 [small]
Attack (missile):+ 3= 0 [base] + 2 [dexterity] + 1 [small]
Combat Maneuver Bonus:-2= 0 [base] -1 [strength] -1 [small]
Combat Maneuver Defense:+ 10= 10 + 0 [base] -1 [strength] + 2 [dexterity] -1 [small]
Club [1d4, crit x2, range incr. 10 ft., 1 1/2 lb, one-handed, bludgeoning]
Command Undead (7 times per day)
Magical Aptitude +2 to spellcraft and Use Magical Device
Scribe Scroll[free to wizard]
Sense Motive +1
Spellcraft + 10
I, Senchenna, ‘Cheene’ , was born on the first night just before dawn during the season of Darkness. The middle daughter of a family of four sisters to a quietly successful middleclass extended hobbit family.
Father was a respected wheelwright who owned the family company “Wheels and Hounds”. The family travelled most of the eastern part of Northland with his trade. Father was insistent that everyone of my sisters learnt the trade as it helped expand his business and as he said ‘no one is nothing without a trade’. He was a generous teacher and also taught the trade to my eldest two sisters husbands who took to it with enthusiasm are now fully fledged “Wheels and Things” partners. It was at this time the company name changed to “Barking Wheels”.
Mother’s love was for animals and she became a herding dog trainer who learnt her skills from her father who lived and travelled with us. They supplemented our income with breeding cattle dogs, this helped us through many a lean time. Together they plan to breed and train some of the finest herding dogs in the Northland. In fact my familiar “P’Tar” was the runt of their first really successful litter.
My paternal grandmother also travelled with us. She was our teacher, mentor cook and also had the family ‘gift’ . Gran was often asked to put restless spirits to rest earned a pretty penny helping lost souls. It turned out that I had inherited the same gift as had all my sisters and we helped Gran where and when we could as our lives were extremely busy .
A love of learning was a skill my sisters didn’t share. In particular a love of reading. Often I would read late into the night getting scolded for being late for early morning chores. Gran tutored all the children in the basics but often sourced advanced books to extend my knowledge. It was a secret goal of ours that I apply to the College of Wizards to follow in the footsteps of my great uncle. When the time come to sit the exam I was well prepared…and passed it with flying colours, thanks to Gran and her books!
Wow ! I loved the College of Wizards. Not only was the floating college intellectually a challenge there were no chores! There so much to learn and lots of different people to talk to. College was a blast! Studying and nights in the taverns! I enjoyed every minute. I studied at the college of Wizards for a blissful five Years.
I met many interesting people including the lovable Penfold who was always losing things. We became great friends as I seemed to have the knack of finding his missing items. In fact I tutored him in Necromancy in return for some help in Enchantment.
Although I found some subjects very difficult (illusion and enchantment), I had a natural affinity for the darker gifts and would often tutor other students in this, supplementing my limited income. I could never really understand why some students found the subject frightening having grown up with the blessed departed very much a part of our family. I would reassure them that death was just the other side of life, a great mystery but a natural part of life besides weren’t they just plain curious?
Now studies are finished I am looking for something a bit different. My feet are itching to travel…. Penfold has mentioned there might be a gig for us on a cattle drove. Not quite what I imagined for a fully fledged Wizard but you never know where opportunity will lead…
To Whom it May Concern.
Re: Position of Wheelwright for the cattle expedition to Lizardmen
I am writing to apply for the position of wheelwright in the forthcoming expedient to the lands of the Lizard men. I am certain I would be an asset to the team as I am an accomplished wheelwright with over 5 years practical experience in Eastern Northland.
Other skills I have are considerable knowledge of herding dogs including their handling, training and use as herders. I also have excellent team skills and speak a number of languages including Hlish. I would be happy to act as an interpreter if needed at no extra cost.
I have enclosed a reference for your consideration.
_To Whom It May Concern,
I have known Sencheena Wheelwrighton for the past 15 years and know her to be of honest character and a skilled wheelwright and animal handler.I would not hesitate to recommend her for and duty.