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Irabeth Tirabade

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235 posts. Alias of Loup Blanc.

Full Name

Prophet of the Iron Lord


Half-Orc (Ulfen)


Bloodrager 1 | HP 10/14 | AC 17, touch 12, flat-footed 15 | CMD 17 | Fort +5, Ref +3, Will +3 | Intiative +2, Perception +6, darkvision 60 feet | Bloodrage 6/6




Medium (6'4", 200 lb.)



Special Abilities







Common, Orc, Skald



Strength 18
Dexterity 14
Constitution 15
Intelligence 13
Wisdom 14
Charisma 14

About "Prophet"

Female half-orc bloodrager (steelblood, wild rager) 1
CN Medium humanoid (human, orc)
Initiative +2; Senses Perception +6, darkvision 60 feet
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Armor Class 17, touch 12, flat-footed 15 (+2 Dex, +5 armor)

Hit Points 10/14 (1d10+2+1+1)
Nonlethal Damage 0
Condition Normal

Fortitude +5, Reflex +3, Will +3
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Speed 20 feet

Melee Greatsword +5 (2d6+6/19-20)
Melee Greatsword PA +4 (2d6+9/19-20)

Ranged ROCK -1 (1d4+4)

Combat Options Power Attack (-1/+2), Wild Bloodrage
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Strength 18, Dexterity 14, Constitution 15, Intelligence 13, Wisdom 14, Charisma 14

Base Attack Bonus +1
Combat Maneuver Bonus +5
Combat Maneuver Defense 17

Feats Endurance, Power Attack

Traits Axe to Grind, "Finding Haleen," Pantheist
Drawback Pride

Trained Skills
Acrobatics +6 (1 rank+3 class+2 Dex)
Intimidate +6 (1 rank+3 class+2 Cha)
Knowledge (religion) +6 (1 rank+3 class+1 Int+1 trait)
Perception +6 (1 rank+3 class+2 Wis)
Spellcraft +5 (1 rank+3 class+1 Int)
Survival +6 (1 rank+3 class+2 Wis)

Languages Common, Hallit, Orc


Scale mail

Other Gear
Wooden holy symbol of Gorum

4 gp

Special Abilities:

-Chain Fighter: Proficient with dire flail and spiked chain
-Darkvision: 60 feet
-Sacred Tattoo: +1 luck bonus on all saving throws
-Shaman's Apprentice: Endurance bonus feat

-Bloodline: Prophet has the Destined bloodline and its related powers.
--Destined Strike: As a free action up to three times per day while bloodraging, Prophet can grant one of her melee attacks an insight bonus equal to 1/2 her bloodrager level (currently +1).
-Bloodrage: Prophet can bloodrage for 6 rounds each day. While bloodraging, she gains a +4 morale bonus to Strength and Constitution, as well as a +2 morale bonus on Will saving throws and a -2 penalty to Armor Class.
--Wild Bloodrage: Whenever Prophet reduces a creature to 0 hit points or fewer, she must attempt a Will save (DC 12) or become confused. For the remainder of this round, she attacks the nearest creature other than herself; beginning on the next round, she rolls to determine her actions as per the confused condition. At the end of each round after the first, she can attempt a new Will save to end the confusion effect. Rounds of rage while confused do not count against her daily limit, but she can neither end her rage voluntarily nor use rage powers while confused.
--Current bloodrage: 6/6 rounds for the day
-Indomitable Stance: Prophet gains a +1 bonus on combat maneuver checks, to CMD against overrun attempts, and on Reflex saving throws against trample attempts. She also gains a +1 bonus to AC against charges and a +1 bonus on attack and damage rolls against charging creatures.

-Axe to Grind: A fierce warrior, Prophet gains a +1 trait bonus on damage against foes who are threatened only by her.
-Finding Haleen-->Finding Your Destiny: From an early age, Prophet knew she was destined for great things, and her blood has called for her to seek out her purpose in the world. Every time she takes a level in bloodrager, she gains +1 hit point and 1 additional skill point over and above what she would normally gain.
-Pantheist: Due to her knowledge of Gorum and other gods, Prophet has a +1 trait bonus on Knowledge (religion) checks, and it is always a class skill for her.
-Power Attack: Prophet can take a -1 penalty to her attack rolls to gain a +2 bonus to damage rolls for one round. The damage bonus increases to +3 with two-handed weapons.
-Pride: Prophet doesn't abide any challenges to her dignity, honor, strength, or really anything at all. Whenever someone threatens, accuses, challenges or otherwise slights her, she takes a -2 penalty on all Diplomacy and Sense Motive checks involving that creature until they apologize.

From the time she was a youth, Prophet knew she was destined for great things. Born into the Black Sun tribe in the Hold of Belkzen, she was the spawn of a particularly violent raid into the Realm of the Mammoth Lords. Her mother, captured in the raid, died in childbirth, and her father was already off with another band of Black Sun mercenaries, possibly already dead by the time she was born. Prophet never knew her heritage, and certainly could never have guessed that she possessed what all Black sun orcs claimed: the blood of Belkzen himself running through her veins.

Growing up an orphan half-breed was hard, and with no one to care for her, Prophet grew up fast and nameless. From a young age she displayed fierce toughness and strength, and even slightly older orcs learned better than to cross the feisty and dangerous girl. Though some of the tribe's shamans tried to quell her anger, hoping to guide her into a more acceptable role as a healer or shamaness, their only influence was to teach her of the gods. After years of trying, they gave up on reigning in the girl's rage, declaring that she must have been blessed by The Iron Lord and that she was "born to fight." One particularly old--and senile--shaman jested that she was a prophet of Gorum, and the name stuck, none taking to it more than Prophet herself.

However, her anger couldn't be controlled, and when she struck and killed another tribe member who went too far in his advances, things came to a head. Knowing she likely faced death for her crime, Prophet took her sword and armor and fled into the plains of the Hold, a hand-carved fetish of Gorum's symbol around her neck her only other possession. Though she was strong of body and mind, none could hope to cross the vast expanse of Belkzen without food or water, especially while running for their life. Days after leaving the tribe, she staggered, the sun beating down on her shoulders. Her throat was parched, her stomach empty, her muscles weak. Gazing down at her symbol, she fell to her knees, closed her eyes in prayer, and lost her tenuous grip on consciousness...

Description and Personality:
Like most half-orcs, Prophet stands tall, with an athletic warrior's body. She is adorned with war paint and tribal tattoos, swirling designs and patterns that represent strength, glory, endurance, and devotion to battle. She carries a large blade forged from fine steel, and wears battle-worn but very functional scaled armor.

Prophet is quite confident and self-assured, certain that she has a great destiny. She is no fool, though she often hides her keen mind, and fights with fury and some tactical acumen. Outside of combat, she is surprisingly pleasant and soft-spoken, but when the battle-fury calls, she accepts it fully and enters the fray with a wild cry to her lord.

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