Olma Lackman [ANTON]

Female Human Fighter

Description:

Ability scores

STR: 16 (3)
DEX: 13 (
1)
CON: 14 (2)
INT: 11 (
0)
WIS: 13 (1)
CHA: 11 (
0)

Saving throws

STR: +5
DEX: +1
CON: +4
INT: +0
WIS: +1
CHA: +0

Initiative: +1
Speed: 30
Passive perception: 11
Size: Medium
Proficiency bonus: +2 Gender: Female
Hit points: 12
Hit dice: 1d10

Armor:
Chain mail and Shield
AC: 18

Melee weapons:

Morning Star (5 to hit) 1d85 piercing damage

Ranged weapons:
Heavy crossbow (3 to hit) 1d101 piercing damage
Range: 100/400 20 bolts

Proficient skills

Athletics +5
History +2
Insight +3
Intimidation +2

Non-proficient skills

Acrobatics +1
Animal Handling +1
Arcana +0
Deception +0
Investigation +0
Medicine +1
Nature +0
Perception +1
Perform +0
Persuasion +0
Religion +0
Sleight of Hand +1
Stealth +1
Survival +1

Languages

Common, Celestial

Other proficiencies

Dice games, Land vehicles
Abilities: Fighting Style (Dueling), Second Wind

Equipment
Insignia of rank
War trophy
Bone dice
Common clothes
Dungeoneer’s pack

Wealth:
Bio:

Background: Soldier (Healer)

Personality: I have a crude sense of humour and perhaps not the most diplomatic of people. I face problems head-on and will not shirk from a challenge – no nee for fancy multi-layered plans; a simple, direct solution is the best path to success.

Ideal: Responsibility and duty forms the core of my character. I do what I must and obey just authority. (Lawful)

Bond: Someone saved my life on the battlefield. To this day, I will never leave a friend behind. Loyalty to one’s family, to one’s friend to one’s god defines and makes an individual.

Flaw: The monstrous enemy we faced in battle still leaves me quivering with fear.

More about Olma:

You have a secret. You once were a silver dragon who served Bahamut. You were too proud and vain, to the point that Bahamut decided to teach you a lesson. You have been trapped in a weak, humanoid body, with your memories of your former life but a dim shadow. You remember only one thing with perfect clarity: Bahamut’s command to go into the world and prove your devotion to the cause of good. If you prove worthy, on your death you will return to his side in your true form.

Olma Lackman [ANTON]

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