Cleric 4| VP 8/18 W34/36 Threshold 14| AC 17/10/17| CMB +5| CMD 15| F +6| R +1| W +8| Init +0 Per +8|
Spells and Abilities:
Remaining: channel energy 4/5. Bit of luck 5/6. Battle Rage 6/6. Lvl 1 spells 2/5 Lvl 2 spells 4/4
channel energy, bit of luck, Battle Rage
About Elyas Tamran
Male human cleric 4
NG Medium humanoid (human)
Init +0; Senses Perception +8
Aura aura of good, aura of law
AC 17, touch 10, flat-footed 17 (+5 armor, +2 shield)
Vigor Points 18
Wound Threshold 14
Fort +5, Ref +1, Will +8, +2 trait bonus on all saving throws against illusions.
Speed 20 ft.
Melee Mwk longsword +6 (1d8+2/19-20 X2)
Special Attacks channel positive energy (2d6, DC 12, 5/day)
Domain Powers (Luck, War)
Bit of Luck (6/day)
Battle Rage (+1) (6/day)
Cleric spells prepared
- Spiritual Weapon (D)
- Burst of Radiance (DC 16)
- summon monster II
- Hold Person (DC 16)
- Shield of Faith
- Magic Weapon (D)
- Protection From Evil
- detect magic
- Create Water
Str 14, Dex 11, Con 14, Int 12, Wis 18, Cha 10
Base Atk +2; CMB +3; CMD 13
Feats Endurance, Extra Channel, Shield Focus
Bonus Feat - Power Attack
Elyas Tamran is one of a long line of priests, clerics and religious acolytes. His father Bail is a cleric of Iomedae, assigned as a missionary to the frontier lands. He trained his son in the ways of the faith, hoping he would choose a similar path.
Elyas was initiated as a cleric of Iomedae, but it was a choice made from duty and not his own personal convictions. As he grew older, he started to see flaws in his father's faith. He disliked the black and white way of seeing the world, and the pressure the faith put on others to convert.
Elyas started spending more time with friends in Phanedar, especially Corin Barns. Corin is a smooth-talking entrepreneur and con man, and Elyas' best friend. He is also a terrible influence in Elyas' father's eyes. Through his friendship with Corin, Elyas really started questioning why his family was here trying to convert people to faith in Iomedae. What good where they bringing to the frontier, to people that didn't even want to hear their message?
His beliefs were further challenged by his friendship with Marian Zaman, a pretty girl of Vudrani descent who lives in Phanedar. Her belief in foreign gods was strange to Elyas, but he quickly noticed parallels between their faiths. He saw that her gods were as effective as the one his family was sworn to. Marian helped him see many of the grey areas in life that are just part of the reality of living out in the wild, where law and order aren't always the answer.
Elyas still serves Iomedae, but he has started to make compromises in the way he performs his duties as a cleric. He has started to take lessons from a local herbalist named Janine who is teaching him non-magical ways of healing that can be even more effective than magic in times when there isn't enough magic to go around. He has taken to these new studies, and incorporates herbalist remedies in parallel with his divine magic.