DR 2/silver, Resist Cold 5, Electricity 5, Fire 5, Arcane Domain, Defence Domain, Spontaneous Casting (cure)
Abyssal, Common, Draconic, Infernal
Former Temple Novice turned Pirate/Adventurer
Full stats and backstory as follows:
Male Tiefling Cleric (Nethys) 1 (CR 1/2)
N Medium Outsider (native)
Character creation points - extra feat (3), roll 3 times on alternate tiefling traits (2) (8, 64, 33 - I picked 33, DR 2/silver)
Favoured class: cleric (+1 skill point at 1st level)
Init +2; Senses: Darkvision 60ft, Perception +2
AC 20, flat-footed 18, touch 12 (+6 armour, +2 dex, +2 shield)
HP 9 (1d8+1)
Saves (includes +1 resistance bonus from domain)
Fort +4, Ref +3, Will +5 (+7 vs charm and compulsion)
DR 2/silver, Resist Cold 5, Electricity 5, Fire 5
Traits: Bar Room Talespinner (+1 to diplomacy and perform (oratory), perform is class skill, DC 15 intelligence check 1/week to gain +1 trait bonus on checks to influence Wormwood NPCs), Birthmark (can serve as divine focus, +2 to saves vs charm and compulsion)
SQ auru (ex), Cleric: Nethys, Domains: Magic (arcane) (arcane beacon 5/day), Protection (defence) (+1 resistance bonus to saves, deflection auru 1/day), Channel Positive Energy (1d6, DC 11) 4/day (su), Spontaneous Casting (convert memorised spells into cure spells)
backpack, belt pouch, candle (5), cleric's vestments, dagger, heavy wooden shield, holy symbol (wooden), ink, inkpen, masterwork breastplate, morningstar, paper (15), sling, sling bullets (20), soap, waterskin, 3gp, 2sp, 5cp
In most places on Golarion, it is true to say that those with fiendish blood would do well to hide it. Sadly, for Lucien Demark, this was never an option. With stark, blue-white skin that would make a Winter Witch look rosy of countenance by comparison, piercing black pupil-less eyes like those of a reptile or insect, and an oddly symmetrical body, only the blind could mistake him for human.
Given these unearthly origins, it is hardly surprising that he was abandoned as a baby by his mortal parent on the doorstep of the local temple of Nethys; presumably on the assumption that they would be used to dealing with the unusual and otherworldly. Happily this proved correct, and Lucien's formidable intelligence and natural talent for magic; especially conjuration, made him a most promising novice in the eyes of his superiors.
Yet in spite of receiving a far more promising start than most fiend-blooded could ever hope for, a lingering desire to discover how and why he came to be burned within him. Given the many ships within his home town and the tales brought back by sailors of mysterious lands filled with great wealth and magic, Lucien saw a potential opportunity to accumulate the knowledge and power he would require to, in turn, discover and summon his infernal progenitor; and demand answers to the questions that endlessly burned within him.
Praying to Nethys for guidance, an image of the Formidably Maid in Port Peril flashed briefly within his mind, and he journeyed there immediately; hoping fervently that the purpose behind the vision granted him by his mad god would become clear upon arrival.