Inspired Writing (Su) By spending at least 1 hour typing, editing, and starting over because everything he just said sounds horrible, Lunias may post a witty response, insightful comment, interesting flavor text, or truly inspired ideas such as a short story or homebrew deity. This ability may only be used every 1d6 posts. Once finished Lunias must make a DC 15 Will save or end up deleting everything instead of posting it.
Instrumental Appreciation (Ex) Lunias greatly prefers instrumentals, especially if they're from a TV show or video game he likes. He attempts to use his favorite songs as themes for his Pathfinder games, but if one of his friends doesn't say "Huh, this is pretty good" he must make a DC 25 Will save or feel like his taste is garbage for 1d4 hours. If someone says "Eh, I've got a better one" or "This is a little too ___" he gets no save against this effect.
Unclear Dialogue (Su) Whenever Lunias uses his Inspired Writing ability in a thread on Paizo's Messageboards that thread must make a Fortitude save (DC 20) or suffer from one of the following conditions: Death (nobody ever posts in that thread again); Stagnation (the rate of posting decreases by 90%); Tangent (the thread goes off-topic for 1d4 pages). If he posts on that thread again to clarify himself it may make an additional save at a +4 bonus. Threads posted by Lunias are always affected by the Stagnation debuff.
Obsessive (Su) Whenever Lunias has free time he must make a Will save (DC 20) or be forced to use his Inspired Writing ability on various Pathfinder characters, encounters, and homebrew classes. The duration of Inspired Writing increases to a maximum of 4 hours during this period.
"Mild Asthma" (Ex) Whenever Lunias moves more than his base land speed in one turn he must make a Fortitude save (DC 20) or literally die. Okay, maybe not literally, but it feels like it.
Class Bard 1 / Wizard 1.
Feats 1 - Improved Unarmed Strike, H - Skill Focus: Perform (Percussion), C - Scribe Scroll.
Traits Performance Artist (+1 to Perform (Percussion) increase to +5 when using Perform to make money), Theoretical Magician (+2 Spellcraft)
Skills Bluff +6, Diplomacy +6, Heal +7, Knowledge (Arcana) +9, Knowledge (History) +8, Knowledge (Local) +8, Knowledge (Nature) +8, Knowledge (Religion) +8, Perform (Percussion) +10, Sense Motive +6, Spellcraft +9, Stealth +4, Survival +6.
Combat Before Combat Lunias uses his spells to buff allies if he has any prep time. He uses his Enlarge Person spell to give his melee allies more damage and a greater reach and casts Mage Armor on himself to ward off attacks.
During Combat Lunias hangs back and casts area control spells such as Grease and buffs his allies with Inspire Courage. If an enemy moves up to him he attempts to set up a flanking position for an ally with his Unarmed Strikes but doesn't attack with them unless he is out of spells for the day.
Morale Lunias tries to protect his allies as much as he can, but ultimately he is a coward focused on self-preservation - he will flee combat if the group is obviously outmatched or being overwhelmed.
Also a reasonably-certain Sylph of Life, if you're into that Homestuck stuff.
I play a lot of games these days - when playing with friends I'm usually on various shooters like Destiny 2, Fortnite, and Overwatch. Otherwise I play a wide variety of games such as Divinity: Original Sin, Risk of Rain, Terraria, and whatever I can get for free from PSN. I haven't gotten to play Pathfinder in a while, although I occasionally GM for small groups that inevitably play two sessions and then stop due to scheduling conflicts. Such is life.