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Gianna's page

5 posts. Pathfinder Society character for Melissa Litwin.


Full Name

Gianna

Race

Halfling

Classes/Levels

Oracle 7

Gender

Female

Size

Small: 2'8" and 35 lb.

Age

45

Alignment

Neutral Good

Deity

Sarenrae

Languages

Taldane, Halfling, Ignan, Abyssal

Occupation

Acolyte of Sarenrae, now adventurer, diplomat, and healer.

Strength 10
Dexterity 12
Constitution 14
Intelligence 10
Wisdom 10
Charisma 22

About Gianna

An oracle of fire, cursed to speak only the language of fire or devils (Ignan or Abyssal) when in combat or other similarly stressful situations. However, the spirit of flame has infused her with speed and the ability to burn through hindering terrain (Cinder Dance: +10 ft. movement, Nimble Moves feat). She has learned to see through flames and smoke (Gaze of Flames) while basking in the fire itself (Molten Skin). In dire situations, Gianna can also shape raw flames into vast fiery wings for a short amount of time (Wings of Fire).


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