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1 post. Pathfinder Society character for Deluge.

Full Name

Khasekar Bakare


Human (Garundi)


Cavalier - Emissary (Order of the Star)/9th Cleric - Separatist 1st







Special Abilities

Horse "Phaari", Khopesh "Saminad", Channel Positive Energy, Challenge


Neutral Good






Ancient Osiriani, Common, Gnoll, Osiriani


World Traveller

Strength 18
Dexterity 13
Constitution 13
Intelligence 10
Wisdom 10
Charisma 16

About Khasekar

Khasekar is a thin young Garundi man. He has a dark beard and frizzy dark hair with some long braided strands. He wears coloured clothing of red, green and ochre yellow by choice and dresses in a typical Osirian fashion. He has a prominent nose and swarthy, dark skin.
His horse Phaari will is a brown horse with a black mane. Khasekar likes to cover Phaari in the colours that he wears himself.

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