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Durkon Thundershield

Rogar Stonecrusher's page

25 posts. Alias of Andrew Van Werkhoven.

Full Name

Rogar Stonecrusher




Hospitaler Paladin/5









Strength 16
Dexterity 13
Constitution 14
Intelligence 10
Wisdom 10
Charisma 14

About Rogar Stonecrusher

Init +1, Senses: Darvision


Hit Dice: 4d10+20
Hit Points:38

Fort: +8(10) =4(Base)+2(Con)+2(Cha)+2(Poison and Drugs - Iron Liver)
Ref: +4 =1(Base)+1(Dex)+2(Cha)
Will: +6 =4(Base)+0(Wis)+2(Cha)



Speed: 20 ft.
Melee: Dwarven Waraxe +9 (1d10+4 x3)
Ranged: Light Crossbow +6 (1d8 19-20x2)


Base Atk: +5; CMB +8; CMD 19
Feats: Selective Channel, Extra Channel, Greater Mercy
Traits: Iron Liver, Caretaker
Skills: Heal 9=5(base)+3(Class)+0(Wis)+1(Caretaker); Sense Motive 8=5(base)+3(Class)+0(Wis); Diplomacy 10=5(base)+3(Class)+2(Cha)

Class Features:

Aura of Good
Aura of Courage
Divine Health
Detect Evil
Smite Evil 1/Day
Lay on Hands 4/Day 2d6 (3d6 if subject does not need mercy)
Mercy: Sickened
Channel Energy 7/Day 1d6
Divine Bond (Weapon) 1/day


1st Level - 2/Day
Restoration, Lessor; Protection from Chaos/Evil


+1 Full Plate (2,650GP - 50lb)
+1 Heavy Steel Shield (1170GP - 15lb)
+1 Dwarven Waraxe (2330 - 8lb)
Light Crossbow (35GP - 4lb)
Bolts, 100 (10GP - 10lb)
Mundane Items:
Holy Symbol (25GP - 1lb)
Masterwork Backpack (50GP - 4lb)
Bag of Holding I (2,500GP - 15lb) (30 cubic ft., 250lb)
Healer's Kit (50GP - 1lb)
Holy Water x 5 (125GP - 5lb)
Bedroll (1SP - 5lb)
Blanket, Winters (5SP - 3lb)
Clothing, Traveler's Outfit (1GP - 5lb)
Compass (10GP - 1/2lb)
Flint and Steel (1GP)
Ink (8GP)
Ink Pen (1SP)
Paper, 10 sheets (4GP)
Lantern, Bullseye (12GP - 3lb)
Oil, 5 pints (5SP - 5lb)
Rope 50ft, Silk (10GP - 5lb)
Tent, Small (10GP - 20lb)
Waterskin (10GP - 4lb)
) - 56.5lb in bag of holding
107lb carried, which puts me at Medium load (Dwarves speed isn't affected by this or armor)


Rogar Stonecrusher was bought up in the Apothecary, caste as a healer he spent the majority of his life lending help where he could, aiding his brothers in arms after their return from battles.
He eventually found himself in service to the Temple of Torag, where he worked caring for the sick and needy.

One night, when praying at the altar, Torag himself appeared in a vision, 'Rogar Stonecrusher, do not think your years of service in my name have gone unnoticed. Your faithfulness has come to my attention and should you accept, I would bestow upon you the honour of serving as one of my Paladins.'

Rogar accepted and overnight his life changed. He felt pulled to leave his clan and serve his god in the world. For years he wandered from town to town, giving aid where he could, before finally settling in Katapesh 10 years ago.

In his time serving with the Temple at Katapesh he grew to know Father Bahjat, first meeting him as they worked to rebuild the orphanage 8 years ago. While they both served different gods, they found themselves on friendly terms as they each helped the population in their own areas of expertise.

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