I realize that I'm a little late to the game, but here's a Cleric of Water for submission.
Half-Elf Cleric (Crusader) Level 1
Alignment:Neutral, Deity: Gozreh, Homeland:The Ocean
Str: 14 (5 pts)
Dex: 12 (2 pts)
Con: 13 (3 pts)
Wis: 16 (18 with +2 racial bonus) (10 pts)
Speed: 30ft (20ft in armor)
Trident:+3, 1d8+2, 10ft range, 4lbs, Piercing
Light Crossbow:+1, 1d8, 19-20/x2crit, 80ft range, 4lbs. Piercing
-50 Crossbow Bolts, 5lbs.
Chainmail +6, +2 Max Dex, -5 ACP, 40lbs
Heavy Steel Shield +2, -2 ACP, 15lbs
Flint and Steel
7 days of Trail Rations 7lbs
Wooden Holy Symbol of Gozreh
Hemp Rope 50ft, 10lbs
Cleric Vestments 6lbs
Belt Pouch .5lbs
Caltrops x4 8lbs
Total Weight: 111 lbs
Profession (Sailor) 1+3+3=+7
Weapon Focus (Trident)
Skill Focus (Swim)
Elven Immunities: Immune to magic sleep, +2 vs enchantment spells and effects
Keen Senses: +2 Perception
Favored Weapon Proficiency (Trident)
Channel Energy (Positive): heals 1d6, 6/day
-Icicle: 30ft range, 1d6 cold damage, 6/day
Level 0: 2 prepared
Level 1: 1 prepared plus obscuring mist
-Touched by the Sea: +1 on Swim checks, Swim is a class skill
-Indelible Ire: +1 attack bonus for one round after being criticaly hit.
-Child of Nature: +1 on Survival and Knowledge (Nature) checks. Knowledge (Nature) is a class skill
Hydras' family had always had a familiarity with the ocean. The swaying decks on a ship and the spray of the sea were as home to him as dirt and leaves were to others. As a boy, he had seen many different cities and peoples, never calling one his home. Home was aboard the safety of his father's ship. His father was the only family he knew as a boy. The only family he needed. He never knew what had happened to his mother.
But a day eventually came when his home was plundered by pirates. They tore the ship apart for any goods or other valuables they could sell, killing any sailors who tried to stop them, including Hydras' father. They boy was left to die amid the sinking debris. His last memory of the attack was of the flag, a green flag with a burning skull. After days of hunger, he blacked out.
The starving boy awakened aboard a sailing temple of Gozreh. The clerics offered to drop him off at a trade town so that he could learn a skill to feed himself with, but Hydras refused. He wanted to stay aboard the seas, so he pledged his services to the sea god, Gozreh. It wasn't easy, even for one who had grown aboard the seas.
Hydras had never found worship to be his calling, but still, he thanked the god for allowing his followers to find him. It wasn't devotion, but it was a start. While he struggled to call upon the divine magic like other clerics, he found that he was a far better natural fighter. Even the thought of pain drove him to greater feats of martial prowess. The trident given to him found the hearts of enemies easily, and everytime, Hydras imagined it was the heart of the pirates who had attacked his family.
Finally, his apprenticeship under the clerics ended, and he was given a mission for his own. He was to travel to Port Peril and await the arrival of a church contact. His name was kept a secret, the priests would only say that the contact would find him in the Formidably Maid. However, he never met the contact. He was felled by a blow to the head.