About Nasir al' Shahaadi
Max HP: 18 Current HP: 18 Speed: 30 /40
AC: 13 (16 w/ mage armor)
Fort: + 1 Reflex: + 6 Will: +4 (+8 Bardic/language/sound)
Battle Dance 16/day
Inspire Courage +1 SAVES vs fear, Att/Dam (self only)
Distraction (DC 14)
6+Int (1)+Human(1)+Favored(1)= 9 skill points/ level
Extra Performance(Dance),Weapon focus (scimitar)
Maestro of the Society (Bard, Pathfinder Society)
The skills of Golarion’s greatest musicians are at your fingertips, thanks to the vast treasure trove of musical knowledge in the vaults beneath the Grand Lodge in Absalom.
Benefit: Studying this knowledge gave you the ability to use your bardic performance an additional 3 rounds per day.
Seeking Adventure: The Pathfinder Society has long
Medium: Humans are Medium creatures, and have no
bonuses or penalties due to their size.
Normal Speed: Humans have a base speed of 30 feet.
Bonus Feat: Humans select one extra feat at 1st level.
Skilled: Humans gain an additional skill rank at first
level and one additional rank whenever they gain a level.
Weapon Training: Humans are proficient with any one
martial weapon of their choice, in addition to those granted
by class proficiencies. This weapon must be chosen at 1st
level and cannot be changed.
Languages: Humans begin play speaking Common.
Humans with high Intelligence scores can choose any
languages they want (except secret languages, such as
Favored Class: Humans can choose any one class as
their favored class at 1st level. Once made, this choice
cannot be changed.(Bard)
Spells per day 0-(Unlimited)
50ft silk rope
Small steel mirror
1 lb Soap
10 day's rations
3 entertainer’s outfits
Light: 43 lbs
Medium: 86 lbs
Heavy: 130 lbs
Nasir’s parents own the most successful inn in all of Katapesh hosting talented performers and entertainment of the highest quality. As a little girl, Nasir would silently creep downstairs after her bedtime to watch the beautiful dancers that performed in the common room. By far the most amazing of these was the legendary Halim al’Vizhir, her movements seemed more than human, almost magical. That was where Nasir’s obsession with dance and music began.
When she turned 13 her parents finally, after much haranguing, agreed to allow her to study with Halim, the dancer pleased to find a student who approached dance whole heartedly. She thought her to listen not only with her ears, but with every fiber of her being, how to abandon herself to the primal music of life, and most of all, how to express it with her body. Hours they would spend dancing, learning the subtle movements of hands and arms, the sway of the hips and twist of the torso that turned the dancer into a conduit for the primal rhythm of life itself.
When she was ready Halim taught her the greatest of her secrets, the battle dance. Through embracing the dance, the raw essence of the music, the rhythm of conflict and combat, Nasir learned to empower her body, enhancing her skill with weapons to at once become not only the embodiment of exceptional beauty, but of lethal danger as well.
It would be her other interest however, that would lead her to leave her home. Her father possessed a sizeable personal library, and Nasir grew up devouring the tales of Lucky Farouk and reading of the Pathfinder Society. She dreamed of adventure, a dream that took root in her soul and grew the day Pathfinders stayed at her parents inn. As she mastered her art, the dream grew, unrelenting, until on her 20th birthday she set out for the distant land of Absolom to apply for membership. The application went well, granting her full membership and her first assignment; join Garavel’s group to investigate ancient structures in the area and determine the reason for Kelmarane’s abandonment. Determined to impress her new brotherhood she has set out to discover the secrets of her homeland.
She acquitted herself quite impressively then and on the numerous other adventures she has partaken in since, bringing distinction to her Venture Captain and chapter house, leading to her being considered an obvious choice for any venture that could be both delicate and dangerous.
Her love of knowledge and the hidden secrets of the ancient world led her to joining the Osiriani faction of the Society, understanding that true power lies in the knowledge that grants it.
Nasir is a creature of passion, living life to its full extent every opportunity she gets. Filled with an insatiable appetite for new experiences and knowledge, she looks at everything with eyes eager to learn something. Her greatest love is music, and she will leap at any opportunity to dance.
If one word were used to describe Nasir, it would have to be luscious. Blessed with sun-kissed skin, scintillating curves and an hourglass figure that boasts a little extra sand in all the right places, her body appeals to the eyes and calls out to the arms. Long dark hair frames a beautiful face featuring dark smoky eyes, a full sensual mouth and the profile of a desert queen. Her walk, her laugh and even her breathing carry a subtle yet intoxicating rhythm, a melody that seems to harmonize with the observer’s heartbeat, calling out to them to join the dance. Male or female all find it hard to look away.
pp 418gp 55sp 50cp
A dervish dancer is trained in the use of the Perform skill, especially dance, to create magical effects on himself. This works like bardic performance, except the dervish dancer only affects himself, and does not need to be able to see or hear his own performance. Battle dancing is treated as bardic performance for the purposes of feats, abilities, effects, and the like that affect bardic performance, except that battle dancing does not benefit from the Lingering Performance feat or any other ability that allows a bardic performance to grant bonuses after it has ended. Battle dancing benefits apply only when the bard is wearing light or no armor. Like bardic performance, it cannot be maintained at the same time as other performance abilities.
Starting a battle dance is a move action, but it can be maintained each round as a free action. Changing a battle dance from one effect to another requires the dervish dancer to stop the previous performance and start the new one as a move action. Like a bard, a dervish dancer’s performance ends immediately if he is killed, paralyzed, stunned, knocked unconscious, or otherwise prevented from taking a free action each round. A dervish dancer cannot perform more than one battle dance at a time. At 10th level, a dervish dancer can start a battle dance as a swift action instead of a move action.
Dervish dancers gain the inspire courage, inspire greatness, and inspire heroics bardic performance types as battle dances, but these only provide benefit to the dervish dancer himself.
While performing a battle dance, a dervish dancer gains a +10 enhancement bonus to his land speed. This bonus increases by 5 feet for every four bard levels gained after 1st level, to a maximum of +30 feet at 19th level.
This ability replaces bardic knowledge and lore master.
Versatile Dance (Ex)
At 2nd level, a dervish dancer gains a bonus equal to half his level on Perform (dance) checks. He can use his bonus for his Perform (dance) skill in place of his bonus for Acrobatics.
You have always been a woman of the world, and so an adventure to Jalmeray may be something right up your alley. But this is also an adventure that is going to require you to be ready for some combat action as well. Enclosed, is a scroll case in which you may need to hold a few more scrolls to help you out in those tight situations. Enclosed is also a scroll of a special spell that I've had Aram Zey write up for me. It's to help with traps and should only be used if there is no trap creatures available to help you and your team, and if you do, it will help them as well. I've also attached a few other items that may help you navigate through Jalmeray.
Your adventure will send you into Oppara, Katapesh and Katheer, in each lodge, make sure you check in with the lodge masters, as they will have other messages from me to help you along the way. Good luck and know that we, the masters of knowledge are looking forward to your chronicles!