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128 posts. Alias of BinkyBo.


Male Halfling psion (nomad)/rogue (cutpurse+scout) 6 / elocater 2 / trickster 3


W38 V127 ~ AC33 tch22 ff21 ~ F+12 R+19 W+14 ~ CMD29; Init+17 Per+18; spot traps within 10' d20+22

About Jimbli Willit

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Jimbli Willit
Male Halfling Nomad/Cutpurse Scout 6 (Gestalt psion/unchained rogue) / Elocater 2/ trickster 3
CG Small Humanoid (Halfling)
Init +17; Senses Low-Light Vision, See in Darkness; Perception +18; Detect Psionics (at will); Trap Spotter
AC 35, touch 22, flat-footed 23. (+6 force armor, +9 Dex, +1 size, +2 deflection, +2 attunement, +2 dodge, +1 natural, +2 mind shield)
Wounds 38 Vigor 127
Fort +12, Ref +19, Will +14 (immune to fear; +2 vs charm, compulsion, domination, and possession)
Spd 40 (50ft. when focused); 30' fly; 80' nomad step as move action
Melee Cela Fang Mind Blade +18 (1d4+11, 17-20 x2) P (attuned +2) Legendary Surge 2/2
+4d6 sneak attack
Ranged Thrown Mind Blade +18 (1d4+11, 17-20 x2) P; 60' range
3/day Sonic Lance (from crystal hilt) +14 (5d8+5 sonic); 45' range
Diving Charge Mind Dagger Fling +25 (1d4+13+4d6, 17-20 x4) P (at any point during a charge)
(if hits) Mind Blade Strike +26 (1d4+13+6d6, 17-20 x4) P
(if misses) Mind Blade Strike +20 (1d4+11+4d6, 17-20 x4) P
Ranged Bull Rush, Dirty Trick, Disarm, or Trip (Tempest Gale Style) d20+30 vs CMD; 60' range
Pinning Throw Deals no damage; Ref DC = 10 + damage rolled; failure immobilizes 1 round (Fly check same DC for fliers or fall)
Str 17, Dex 28, Con 21, Int 21, Wis 20, Cha 11
Base Atk +8; CMB +10(+16); CMD 29; Feint +32 (swift action)
Feats Skill Focus (Bluff), Skill Focus (Stealth), Speed of Thought (bonus), Fast Step, Dodge, Acrobatic,
Precise Shot, Deadly Throw, Greater Dirty Trick, Extra Path Ability, Extra Path Ability,
Gravitic Stability, Nomad's Jump, Death From Above, Deft Maneuvers, Slayer's Feint,
Pinning Arrow, Accomplished Sneak Attacker, Tempest Gale Style, Tempest Gale Haze,
Improved Initiative, Mythic Greater Feint, Mythic Death From Above, Quick Draw,
Flinging Charge, Opening Volley, Offensive Combat Training (HOP), Mythic Gestalt (HOP),
Gestalt: War Soul (HOP), Weapon Focus: Mind Blade (bonus), Greater Feint, Fuse Styles,
Super Speed (HOP), See the Shadow (Gift), Hero's Courage (Knack)
Traits Focused Mind (+2 to concentration checks), Ambush Training (+1 init +1 damage in surprise rd),
Wild Shadow (may make stealth checks without cover in desert terrain - in normal light or darker),
Focused Disciple (+2 vs charm and compulsion), Clever Wordplay (bluff)
Hero Points 4/5 Mythic Surge 8/9
-------------------- 13 for 6 levels +6 FCO + 11 for 2 levels=106 +16 background skills
+30 Acrobatics 8(+9/+3)+2 (+8 from Fly)
+14 Appraise 7(+4/+3)
+16 Autohypnosis 8(+5/+3)
+19 Bluff 8(+5/+3)+3 (use Int mod for bonus)
+10 Climb 4(+3/+3)
+22 Disable Device 8(+9/+3) (+2 with tools)
+20 Escape Artist 8(+9/+3)
+30 Fly 8(+9/+3)+2 (+8 from Acrobatics)
+12 Know(psionics) 5(+4/+3)
+12 Know(geography)) 5(+4/+3) (background skill)
+12 Know(history) 5(+4/+3)
+12 Know(local) 5(+4/+3)
+12 Know(nature) 5(+4/+3)
+18 Perception 8(+5/+3/+2) (+4 to hear distant conversation or find concealed and secret objects)
+11 Profession(caravan guard) 3(+5/+3) (background skill)
+16 Sense Motive 8(+5/+3)
+20 Sleight of Hand 8(+9/+3) (background skill)
+15 Spellcraft 8(+4/+3)
+27 Stealth 8(+9/+3/+4) +3
+13 Survival 5(+5/+3)

Languages Common, Halfling, Raamite, Elven, Draconic.

Worn Gear Pickpocket's Outfit, Reversible Cloak (black, light sand),
Legendary Crystal Hilt (attuned +2, Keen Mind Blade of Linked Striking), waterskin.
Adventurer's Sash (7.25lbs) (16.25 total) trail rations (3), 50' silk rope, tinderbox, mwk thieves's tools, bedroll

Racial and Class Features:

Swift as Shadows - reduce the penalty for using Stealth while moving by 5, and reduce the Stealth check penalty for sniping by 10
Irrepressible - +2 racial bonus on saves vs dominate and possession effects.
Halfling Luck - +1 racial bonus on all saving throws.
Keen Senses - +2 to perception checks
Wild Talent
Poison Use
Evasion - take no damage instead of half on successful Ref saves.
Nomad's Step - if focused, move action (with Fast Step and Mythic Fast Step feats) teleport 80' LoS. (carrying up to medium load)
Nomad's Jump - Elocater stacks with levels of nomad for determining the
range of nomad’s step.
In addition, when you use nomad’s step, you may split your distance
traveled into two steps and determine your line of sight at the end of
the first step. The total distance traveled must not exceed your
maximum range for nomad’s step and you may perform no other actions
during the steps.
Bonus feat - Speed of Thought +10 to movement if focused.
Finesse Training (light mindblade) - weapon finesse plus use dex toward damage for chosen weapon type.
Measure the Mark - mark rolls perception before steal attempt. may opt against attempt, bluff vs sense motive to avoid suspicion.
Stab and Grab - full round action. free steal attempt with successful sneak attack.
Rogue Talent - Canny Observer, Trap Spotter, Slow Reactions
Scout’s Charge (Ex) - deal sneak attack damage when charging.
Debilitating Injury (Ex) - when dealing sneak attack damage, also debilitate the target for 1 round (Bewildered, Disoriented, or Hampered)
>Bewildered: The target becomes bewildered, taking a –2 penalty to AC. The target takes an additional –2 penalty to AC against all attacks made by the rogue.
>Disoriented: The target takes a –2 penalty on attack rolls. In addition, the target takes an additional –2 penalty on all attack rolls it makes against the rogue.
>Hampered: All of the target’s speeds are reduced by half (to a minimum of 5 feet). In addition, the target cannot take a 5-foot step.
Rogue's Edge - Skill unlocks: Acrobatics

War soul (7th level)
Mind Shield (blade skill) +2 shield bonus if one hand is free

Tempest Gale Trick (blade skill) (Su) While he maintains a Tempest Gale stance, the war soul adds his Wisdom modifier on combat maneuver checks and Sleight of Hand checks made using a mind blade or equivalent weapon at range

Tempest Gale Style (Combat, Style Feat) You can make bull rush, dirty
trick, disarm, and trip attempts using a ranged weapon against any
target within your first range increment. Attempting a combat maneuver
in this way is a standard action that provokes an attack of opportunity
(unless you have the appropriate improved combat maneuver feat). You
use your Dexterity modifier instead of your Strength modifier for
determining your combat maneuver bonus for these attempts.

Form Mind Blade
Shape Mind Blade
Throw Mind Blade
Martial Blade Recovery (Su)
At 4th level, psionic channels established during manifestation of a mind blade may allow reclamation of bursts of foreign psychic energy caused by the defeat of an opponent. These bursts of energy can be used to invigorate the mind of the war soul and restore his resolve and skill. If the war soul reduces a living opponent (possessing 1/2 HD or more and an Intelligence score of 3 or higher) to 0 hit points or less, as a swift action the character may recover either a single expended maneuver or his psionic focus. The war soul must be using a mind blade to recover maneuvers in this fashion. This class feature replaces the blade skill gained at 4th level.

>Distorted Clock
Discipline: Riven Hourglass (Stance); Level: 1 

Initiation Action: 1 swift action 

Range: Personal 

Target: Self

Duration: Stance

Magic is a fickle thing, influenced by time, and wanes in power as the sands glitter through the hourglass of existence. You halt this progression within yourself, sustaining abilities that would normally only last a few minutes. You can apply the effects of the Extend Spell metamagic feat (or Extend Power metapsionic feat) to a single beneficial extract, power, psi-like ability, spell, or or spell-like ability cast upon you for as long as you maintain this stance. Leaving this stance causes the duration to resume as normal (each round of the effect spent as half of a round while in this stance). Starting at initiator level 10, you may extend a second effect. In addition, you gain a +2 circumstance bonus on saving throws against harmful effects with a duration of longer than instantaneous.

>Sniper’s Eye Stance
Discipline: Tempest Gale (Stance); Level: 1

Initiation Action: 1 swift action

Range: Personal

Target: Self

Duration: Stance

As a tempest gale disciple, distance is no obstacle to you. While you maintain this stance, you reduce the total penalty from attacking creatures beyond your weapon’s first range increment by 2, and you gain a +2 bonus on combat maneuver checks made with ranged attacks. For every four initiator levels you possess, the penalty to ranged attacks lessens by another 2, and the bonus to ranged combat maneuver checks increases by +2.

>Internal Dominion of the Sleeping Goddess
Discipline: Sleeping Goddess (Stance)[ mind-affecting]; Level: 3
Prerequisites: One Sleeping Goddess maneuvers
Initiation Action: 1 swift action
Range: Personal
Target: Self
Duration: Stance

The term “sleeping goddess” refers not to any tangible entity, but a state of being; by focusing your psionic might through the lens of true belief, you become something akin to a minor divine power whose realm lies within your physical form. Through this power, you can outright deny the world when it tries to exert such paltry concepts as “reality” on you. While you maintain this stance, you gain the following abilities:
• You can reroll a failed saving throw, taking the higher of the two rolls.
• You can force an opponent who has just hit you with an attack or succeeded at a combat maneuver check against you to reroll his attack roll or combat maneuver check and take the lower of the two rolls.
You may only use a single one of these abilities per round, and activating them is a free action that can be taken even if it isn’t your turn.

>Disarming Shot
Discipline: Tempest Gale (Strike); Level: 1

Initiation Action: 1 standard action

Range: Ranged attack

Target: One creature

Duration: Instant

Your careful training allows you to fire shots from an unexpected angle and strike opponents where they least expect it, their weapons. Make a ranged attack. If it hits, it deals weapon damage as normal, and you can make a disarm attempt against the target as a free action, using a Sleight of Hand check (d20+28) in place of your combat maneuver check. This disarm attempt does not provoke an attack of opportunity.

>Deflecting Shot
Discipline: Tempest Gale (Counter); Level: 2

Initiation Action: 1 immediate action

Range: 30′

Target: One creature

Duration: Instant

You know well that a sudden shot can disrupt the enemy and remove a potential threat. You can initiate this counter in response to an attack being made against you or an ally within 30 feet of you. Make a ranged disarm attempt against the attacker, using a Sleight of Hand check (d20+28) in place of your combat maneuver check. If your disarm attempt is successful, the attack is negated (even if the weapon cannot actually be disarmed). This disarm attempt does not provoke an attack of opportunity.

>Slipstream Strike
Discipline: Tempest Gale (Strike); Level: 1
Initiation Action: 1 standard action
Range: Ranged attack
Target: One creature
Duration: Instant

The most basic protection against an arrow is some form of cover, but you know many ways to negate this defense. Make a ranged attack, ignoring any cover bonuses to the target’s AC. If it hits, it deals weapon damage as normal.

>Rapid Strike
Discipline: Riven Hourglass (Strike); Level: 2
Initiation Action: 1 standard action
Range: Melee attack
Target: One creature
Duration: Instant

You compress the time needed to strike twice within the span of a single blow. Make two melee attacks against the same creature. If an attack hits, it deals weapon damage as normal.

>Sudden Gust
Discipline: Tempest Gale (Strike); Level: 2
Initiation Action: 1 standard action
Range: Ranged attack
Target: One creature
Duration: Instant

Your placed shot can knock an enemy to the ground as easily as a mighty sword swing. Make a ranged attack. If it hits, it deals weapon damage as normal plus an additional 2d6 points of damage, and you can make a trip attempt against the target as a free action, using a Sleight of Hand check (d20+28) in place of your combat maneuver check. This trip attempt does not provoke an attack of opportunity.

>Adamant Will
Discipline: Sleeping Goddess (Counter); Level: 2
Initiation Action: 1 immediate action
Range: Personal and 60′
Target: You and one ally
Duration: 1 round

Though armor can be pierced and shields can be broken, your will remains a final bastion, and those who witness this resolution of mind can be inspired to cultivate it within themselves. You can initiate this counter in response to a melee or ranged attack being made against you. You gain a +4 insight bonus to your AC against that attack, potentially causing it to miss. In addition, one of your allies within 60 feet gains a +4 insight bonus to their AC against the next attack made against them for one round.
Augment: You can augment this maneuver in one or more of the following ways:
• For every power point you spend, the insight bonus to you and your ally’s AC increases by +1.
• For every 3 power points you spend, this counter lasts an additional round. If you augment this counter in this way, the bonus to your ally’s AC applies against every attack made against that ally during the duration, rather than only the next attack.

>Time Skitter
Discipline: Riven Hourglass (Boost); Level: 3
Prerequisites: One Riven Hourglass maneuver
Initiation Action: 1 swift action
Range: Personal
Target: Self
Duration: See text

By accelerating your personal time-stream, you speed up your movements and accelerate your blows for a few moments. After initiating this boost, you gain the benefits of a haste spell for a number of rounds equal to your initiation modifier (+1 to attack rolls, initiative, and Reflex saves, a +30-foot enhancement bonus to movement speeds, and one extra attack when making a full attack).


Talents (at will if focused)
Catfall - reduce falling damage as if height were 20' less.
Burst - Auditory, swift action, +10' movement for one round.

Power points 61 (55/61 remaining)

Sense Link - Visual, std action, Range Medium (170 ft.)Target One willing creature,Duration Conc, up to 6min, use one of target's senses.
Power Points 1 (A) +2 to reverse
Dimension Swap - Visual, std action, Range (45 ft.) Targets You and one ally in range, or any two allies in range, Instantaneous, swap positions
Power Points 3
Missive - Mental, std action, Range (45 ft.), Target One creature, Instantaneous, Mental message up to ten words delivered to subject
Power Points 1 (A)
Telepathic Lash - Material and mental, std action, Range (45 ft.), Target One humanoid creature 4 HD or less, Duration 1 round, DC15 Will negates (PR yes), dazes target
Power Points 1 (A)
Distract - Mental, std action, Range (45 ft.)Target One creature, Duration Conc up to 7min, DC15 Will negates (PR yes), -4 to perception and sense motive
Power Points 1
Chameleon std action, 70 min duration, +10 Stealth
Power Points 3
Cloud Mind - no display, std action, Range (45 ft.),Target One creature, Duration 7 min, DC17 Will negates (PR yes), make yourself undetectable to the subject
Power Points 3
Thought Shield - Auditory, immediate action, Duration 1 round, gain PR 13 against all mind-affecting powers.
Power Points 3
Defy Gravity - Olfactory, std action, duration 70 min, move yourself, another creature, or an object up and down as you wish (up to 700lbs).
Power Points 3
Sustenance - Material, instantaneous, go without food and water for one day.
Power Points 3
Astral Caravan 1 hour manifesting
Power Points 5
Energy Bolt 120 ft line, 5d6+5 sonic damage (ignores hardness)
Power Points 5
Mindhunter After 8 hours of sleep, gain a general knowledge of where the target person resides if they are on the same plane.
Power Points 5
Touchsight - Visual, std action, duration 7 minutes, ignore invisibility, darkness, and concealment within 60'... must have line of effect .
Power Points 5
Guarded Sleep std action, until target wakes
Power Points 5
Eradicate Invisibilty std action, disrupt invisibility of creatures and objects in a 50-ft.-radius burst, Ref negates
Power Points 5
Energy Wall (sonic) std action, Range: 170 ft. An opaque sheet of energy up to 140 ft. long, or a ring of energy with a radius of up to 15 ft.; either form 20 ft. high
Duration: Concentration + 1 round/ level
Saving Throw: Fortitude half; see text; Power Resistance Yes
Power Points 5
(add 5 to any damage dealt via Favored Energy feat)

Hard to Kill (Ex)

Whenever you’re below 0 hit points, you automatically stabilize without needing to attempt a Constitution check. If you have an ability that allows you to act while below 0 hit points, you still lose hit points for taking actions, as specified by that ability. Bleed damage still causes you to lose hit points when below 0 hit points. In addition, you don’t die until your total number of negative hit points is equal to or greater than double your Constitution score.

Amazing Initiative (Ex)

At 2nd tier, you gain a bonus on initiative checks equal to your mythic tier. In addition, as a free action on your turn, you can expend one use of mythic power to take an additional standard action during that turn. This additional standard action can’t be used to cast a spell. You can’t gain an extra action in this way more than once per round.

Mythic Power (Su)

Mythic characters can draw upon a wellspring of power to accomplish amazing deeds and cheat fate. This power is used by a number of different abilities. Each day, you can expend an amount of mythic power equal to 3 plus double your mythic tier (5/day at 1st tier, 7/day at 2nd, etc.). This amount is your maximum amount of mythic power. If an ability allows you to regain uses of your mythic power, you can never have more than this amount.

Surge (Su)

You can call upon your mythic power to overcome difficult challenges. You can expend one use of mythic power to increase any d20 roll you just made by rolling 1d6 and adding it to the result. Using this ability is an immediate action taken after the result of the original roll is revealed. This can change the outcome of the roll. The bonus die gained by using this ability increases to 1d8 at 4th tier, 1d10 at 7th tier, and 1d12 at 10th tier.

Surprise Strike (Ex)

As a swift action, you can expend one use of mythic power to make a melee attack or ranged attack against a target within 30 feet, in addition to any other attacks you make this round. When you make a surprise strike, the target is considered flat-footed regardless of any class features or abilities it might have, and you add your tier to the attack roll. Damage from this attack bypasses damage reduction.

Titan’s Bane (Ex)

You can move through the space of any creature two or more size categories larger than you without provoking attacks of opportunity, and you can share such a creature’s space. When sharing a larger opponent’s space, you gain cover against all melee and ranged attacks it makes, and it is considered flat-footed for the purposes of any melee or ranged attacks you make against it.

Path Dabbling:Discipline Boost (Su)

When determining the effects of your psionic discipline abilities, you’re considered 4 levels higher. This increases the effects of abilities you have access to, but doesn’t grant you abilities at a lower level than normal. If you have a discipline ability that can be used multiple times per day, such as ectoplasmic protection, you gain a number of extra uses of that power equal to half your tier (minimum 1). You must have the discipline class feature to select this ability. If you have more than one discipline, you must choose which discipline this ability uses when you select this ability. This ability can be selected once for every discipline you have. (adds 20' to nomad step)

Path Dabbling: Armor of Force (Su)

You surround yourself in psychokinetic energy that grants you protection like armor, but made of force. This grants you an armor bonus to AC equal to 3 + your tier. This ability is a psychokinetic effect with a power level equal to your tier. If this armor is dispelled or otherwise ended, you can reactivate it as a swift action.

Mirror Dodge (Su)

When hit by a melee or ranged attack, you can expend one use of mythic power as an immediate action to replace yourself with an illusory duplicate and teleport to any open square within 30 feet of your current position. You take no damage from this attack, which instead destroys your illusory duplicate (similar to mirror image). Using this ability requires a line of effect to the teleportation target square.

Recuperation (Ex)

At 3rd tier, you are restored to full hit points after 8 hours of rest so long as you aren’t dead. In addition, by expending one use of mythic power and resting for 1 hour, you regain a number of hit points equal to half your full hit points (up to a maximum of your full hit points) and regain the use of any class features that are limited to a certain number of uses per day (such as barbarian rage, bardic performance, spells per day, and so on). This rest is treated as 8 hours of sleep for such abilities. This rest doesn’t refresh uses of mythic power or any mythic abilities that are limited to a number of times per day.

Legendary Item
Cela Fang: Soul of the Celabadon (Crystal Hilt) (+2 attuned)
Int 12
Wis 16
Cha 14
Ego 8
Legendary Surge 2/day
Sonic Ray 3/day (45' range, 5d8 damage, Saving Throw none, SR yes)

>Intelligent: A legendary item with this ability becomes an intelligent magic item. When this ability is first selected, the legendary item starts with base Intelligence, Wisdom, and Charisma scores of 10. The item gains speech as a supernatural ability. It can speak Common plus a number of additional languages based on its Intelligence score. The additional languages can be any that the bonded creature wants, except for secret languages (such as Druidic). The item gains senses with a range of 30 feet. Furthermore, this item always has the alignment of the bonded creature who first selected this ability. An intelligent legendary item has an Ego score, just like a non-mythic intelligent item, but it can never become dominant in its relationship with its bonded creature as long as the bonded creature’s alignment corresponds to the item’s (using the normal rules for intelligent items). This is a persistent ability. An intelligent legendary item gains a +4 bonus to its Ego when interacting with non-mythic wielders. You can select this ability more than once. Each time you do, you can increase its ability scores (to a maximum of 20 each) and select one of the following special abilities. You can increase all three of its ability scores by 2 points, or one of these ability scores by 4 points and one other ability score by 2 points. The special abilities are listed below. Some have another ability as a prerequisite.

-->Spellcasting (Silent Ray): This item allows its bearer to cast a limited number of spells as spell-like abilities. This ability can be taken more than once. Each time it’s taken, the bonded creature gains 5 points to spend on selecting what spells the item can cast. A spell costs a number of points equal to its level (minimum 1). The bearer can then activate the item to use each spell-like ability once per day. By spending double the cost, the bearer can use each spell-like ability three times per day. All spells must come from the same class’s spell list. No spell can have a level higher than the bonded creature’s tier. The caster level for these spells is equal to double the bonded creature’s tier. The save DC for these spells is equal to 10 + the spell level + the bonded creature’s tier.

-->Telepathy: This item can hold private mental conversations with its bearer, regardless of whether they share a known language. The item must be in physical contact with a creature to communicate this way.


Aerial Acrobatics (Su)
The elocater adds her ranks in Acrobatics as a bonus to any Fly checks,
and her ranks in Fly as a bonus to any Acrobatics checks, due to her
ability to control her personal gravity. She also treats all Acrobatics
checks to jump as if she had a running start.

Personal Gravity (Su)
As long as the elocater is within 1 foot of a sufficiently stable solid
or liquid surface, she can change her personal gravity with a thought
(free action). As a result, she may move on walls, ceilings, etc. as if
they were level floors, including being able to run, jump, and take 5′ steps.

Personal gravity is constantly active, even when unconscious, unless the
elocater deliberately suppresses it (a free action), is heavily
encumbered, or is slain. If the elocater is carrying a medium load or
wearing heavy or medium armor while using personal gravity, her speed
reduces to 10 feet per round.

Scorn Earth (Su)
At 1st level, an elocater’s feet lift from the ground. From now on, she
can float a foot above the ground, but still move and act as if she
were standing on solid ground. At distances greater than 1 foot from
any sufficiently stable surface, her speed diminishes to 10 feet per
round, but she can move in any direction (including straight up or
down). Melee and ranged attacks suffer increasing penalties as if she
were the subject of the defy gravity power.

Scorn earth is constantly active, even when unconscious, unless the
elocater deliberately suppresses it (a free action), is heavily
encumbered, or is slain. If the elocater is carrying a medium load or
wearing heavy or medium armor while using scorn earth, her speed
reduces to 10 feet per round.

>Gravitic Stability - Any time your movement speed would be reduced to
10 ft. as a result of using personal gravity or scorn earth (such as
from wearing heavy armor or being more than 1 ft. away from a stable
surface), your speed is instead reduced to 10 ft. plus any bonuses to
your movement (such as from freerunning). You do not take any penalty
for attacking while using scorn earth at distances greater than 1 ft.
from the ground or a stable surface. You gain a bonus to your CMD equal
to your elocater class level against any bull rush or trip attempt.

Terminal Velocity (Su)
As long as either personal gravity or scorn earth is active, if the
elocater would be in a position to fall (for example, stepping over a
pit), she instead hovers at her current position, as if standing on
solid ground. As a move action, she can safely float or jump down 30′
(she can float down an additional 30′ per additional move action spent
in this way).

Freerunning (Ex)
Beginning at 2nd level, an elocater’s land speed increases by 10 feet.
This is treated as a circumstance bonus (it does not stack with
terrain-based circumstance bonuses, such as the circumstance bonus from
using skate on a decline). This bonus increases to 20 feet at 5th level
and to 30 feet at 8th level.

Spatial Awareness (Ex)
Beginning at 2nd level, an elocater’s hyperawareness of spatial
relations lets her use the battlefield to her advantage. When she
attacks with a bonus from higher ground or is flanking the attacked
enemy with an ally, the first attack she makes against that enemy each
round gains a +2 insight bonus to her attack roll and damage roll (if
the attack hits). Furthermore, due to her ability to reorient herself,
enemies no longer gain a bonus when attacking her from higher ground.
At 5th level the insight bonus increases to +4, and at 8th level the
insight bonus increases to +6.


Jimbli's parents left their clan and lived as nomads - choosing hard life over the vicious ways of their upbringing. His stubborn and idealistic father had continually butt heads with the leaders enough to become unwelcome. They lived in a slave village near Raam for a time while his mother became pregnant, but did not feel accepted by the others who did not look kindly upon halflings. A few years after he was born, his sisters were killed and his father terribly wounded by raiders. They then decided to attempt integration with civilization in the nearby city-state of Raam.

In his teens, he fell in with a band of thieves which eventually led to inroads with the black market and greater underworld network of Raam. He did well, and in time his powers and skills improved. They made sure to prey only on travelers to avoid relentless retribution of the templars... until they erred.

Jimbli mistook a mark as an outsider who was in fact a young member of a reputable house. What's worse, the young man had considerable psionic abilities, and detected the attempted theft. He made moves to apprehend Jimbli, his eye was skewered by Jimbli's blade. Not long after, he was compelled to serve a Raamite merchant caravan. He stayed on for quite some time, until the caravan was beset by an overwhelming force of Dray.

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Jimbli has met very few other halflings, and has spent a good deal of time maintaining he is not like "those savages". As a result, he does not have the usual camaraderie halflings display to their fellow kin. He has a bit of a chip on his shoulder, and often acts like one with something to prove. He has a fearlessness stemming from never having had a bad situation he could not bamf away from.