Hey all, I'm looking to build a living grimoire inquisitor, and I realized I have no idea what I'm doing.
The character concept is basically an investigative journalist who looks to expose corruption and writes in an underground newspaper that serves as a foil to privately owned propaganda papers in her city.
The stat array (4d6 drop lowest) is 13, 11, 14, 13, 10, 15. I'm leaning Witchborn Changeling, but I'm amenable to human if I need the spare feat.
An int-based inquisitor screams skill monkey, so that'll be my focus, most likely. Combat-wise, I think I'd prefer to melee, but if there's a build to throw the book at people, that sounds like hilarious fun.
Her god is a homebrew (details below)
Name(s): Jephas Storm-mind; Spark Everburning; He Who Knows
Description: Jephas is the god of discovery, invention, storms, knowledge, inspiration, revelation, art, mania, and genius. He is most often depicted as an eccentric old man with crackling lightning for hair.
Jephas Storm-mind is the sudden insight, the flash of inspiration, the birth of a new idea. He values innovation and knowledge above all else; hoarding information is anathema to him. Flighty, capricious, and easily distracted, Jephas has little time for the affairs of either the gods or the mortals, choosing instead to spend his eternities on experimentation in his infinite laboratories.
Domains: Air, Artifice, Chaos, Knowledge, Madness, Travel
Subdomains: Lighting (Air), Construct (Artifice), Whimsy (Chaos), Thought (Knowledge), Truth (Madness), Exploration (Travel)
Any advice you lot could give on domain, spell selection, and/or feats would be most appreciated. Thanks in advance, and apologies for the wall of text.