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Full Name

Jin Dara


Aasimar (Vudrani descent)


Hospitaler Paladin of Abadar [2] / Oracle of Life [2]







Special Abilities

Moderate Aura of Good, Deaf as a post


Lawful Good




Jalmeray and Absalom


Common (Taldane), Celestial, Vishkanya


Profession: Barrister (Apologist)

Strength 14
Dexterity 12
Constitution 14
Intelligence 10
Wisdom 10
Charisma 18

About Jin Dara

"I am Jin Dara. My parents come from the Kingdom of the Impossible - Jalmeray. And indeed, that is what was said when I was born, impossible. My parents are both Vudrani, you see, so bearing a child with angelic heritage was quite the wonder!

My parents are still healthy, and now fairly wealthy. Perhaps the Great Judge looked into the weave of our lives and saw that I would dedicate myself to the protection of others' lives, and decided to give dividends in material wealth to my family? My father likes to think that - my name is Vudrani for "The Passage to Wealth", afterall! My mother and sister are simply happy that all our family is alive and healthy and prospering at what we each do best.

Not long after I entered the service of Abadar, I met a strange woman...she has an air of destiny about her. Her businesses are strange, but well within what is legally accepted in almost every nation on the planet, but I feel that my presence has helped Mistress Ionnia to make her employees even happier than they already were before we shared time training in the Pathfinder Society. Ionnia can be a very mean drunk, however, so I need to keep an eye on her. I still think she has a destiny, and I want to make sure she and everyone else around her lives long enough for it to be realized!"


The Code of Abadar:

  • I am a protector of the roadways and keep travelers from harm. No matter their destinations or goals, if they are peaceable and legitimate travelers who harm no others on the road, I will ensure that they pass safely.

  • Bandits are a plague. Under my will they come to justice. If they will not come willingly before the law, where they can protest for justice in the courts, they will come under the power of my sword.

  • Corruption in the courts is the greatest corruption of civilization. Without confidence in justice, citizens cannot believe in their countries, and civilization begins to disappear. I will root out corruption wherever I find it, and if a system is fundamentally flawed, I will work to aid citizens by reforming or replacing it.

  • I am an aid to the markets. I ensure equitable trade between merchants and citizens. Theft and deceit on either side are intolerable.

  • I make opportunities, and teach others to recognize them. When I aid others, I open the way for them, but will not carry them—they must take responsibility.