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Estellise Livgrace's page

4 posts. Pathfinder Society character for Riuken.

Full Name

Lady Estellise Livgrace of the Lady of Graves


Human (Varisian)


Cleric 1












Common, Varisian, Celestial

Strength 7
Dexterity 11
Constitution 14
Intelligence 7
Wisdom 20
Charisma 14

About Estellise Livgrace

Born to a noble family of Ustalav, Lady Estellise Livgrace spent the early years of her life preparing for politics. When she was 17 she met a cleric of Pharasma who showed her a greater purpose in the world. She then spent the next 3 years of her life traveling with a paladin of Iomedae who sought to bring low the whispering way in Ustalav and prevent the creation of a powerful lich. Upon the completion of the paladin's quest, she decided to join the Pathfinder Society to bring the will of the Lady of Graves to the ends of the world. She seeks to bring meaning to the lives of others and guide them to a fitting reward after death.

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