Half-orc (mystic) cleric (crusader) of Mylesar 1/druid (nature fang) 8
Ethereal (fire): Fire resist 5. 1/day burning hands SLA
N Tiny magical beast (animal)
Init +2; Senses darkvision 60 ft; Perception +13
AC 22, touch 14, flat-footed 18 (+2 Dex, +1 dodge, +7 natural, +2 size)
Fort +9, Ref +5, Will +9
Speed 20 ft., fly 50 ft. (perfect), swim 50 ft.
Melee bite +9 (1d3-2)
Rangedelemental blast +9 (2d6 cold or electricity)
Space 2 ft.; Reach 0 ft.
Special Attacks elemental blast, elemental infusion
Str 7, Dex 15, Con 12, Int 8, Wis 12, Cha 13
Base Atk +6; CMB +6; CMD 14
Feats Bodyguard[APG], Combat Reflexes, Dodge, Weapon Finesse
[b]Skills Acrobatics +10 (+6 to jump), Climb +14, Handle Animal +0, Perception +8, Sense Motive +3, Spellcraft -1, Stealth +14, Survival +5, Swim +6; Racial Modifiers +8 Acrobatics
SQ loyal bodyguard
Bodyguard Use an AoO to use aid another to improve an ally's AC.
Combat Reflexes (3 AoO/round) Can make extra attacks of opportunity/rd, and even when flat-footed.
Loyal Bodyguard (Ex) Can use Bodyguard to protect master, even if not threatening attacker.
Elemental Alignment (Su) Each day at sunrise, a mamiwa must align itself toward either air or water. An air-aligned mamiwa gains electricity resistance 5, its elemental blast and elemental infusion abilities deal electricity damage, and it gains Auran as a bonus language. A mamiwa aligned with water instead gains cold resistance 5, deals cold damage with its attacks, and gains Aquan as a bonus language.
Elemental Blast (Su) A mamiwa can unleash a blast of elemental energy as a ranged touch attack. Creatures struck by this blast take 2d6 points of cold or electricity damage, depending on the mamiwa’s elemental alignment for that day.
Elemental Infusion (Su) As a standard action, a mamiwa can join itself with a single weapon or suit of armor. A mamiwa cannot act while infusing an object, except to end the infusion, but does impart some of its elemental nature to whatever it inhabits. An infused weapon deals an additional 1d6 points of energy damage, while an infused suit of armor instead grants both the armor and its wearer energy resistance 5. The energy type of this bonus damage and resistance depends on the mamiwa’s elemental alignment for that day. Each day, a mamiwa can maintain its elemental infusion for up to 1 minute per Hit Die. This time does not need to be consecutive, but must be used in 1-minute increments. If the infused object is destroyed, the mamiwa immediately appears adjacent to the wearer and is staggered for 1d6 rounds.
Rain Speaker (Ex) A mamiwa gains telepathy out to 100 feet in any sort of precipitation, but can communicate only with other creatures that are also being rained upon.
Truk'tosh ('little mountain' in the nightblood tongue) was born a twin alongside his sister Niyut to the Firebird tribe in the rugged foothills of the iron mountains. Many among the tribe saw their charmed birth as a sign of good fortune. Others saw them, his sister especially, as an ill omen.
Truk handled the burdens of his childhood admirably, balancing well the traditions imparted on him by the village elders, his growing powers, and his duties to his mother and sister. Unlike his sister, Truk'tosh was a natural when it came to communing with the elements. The spirits of nature flowed through him as easily as the blood within his veins. He knew Niyut's magic was stronger, or could be, if allowed to flourish but he worried what that would mean for both of them. As the two grew older he often wondered: Were the shadows that clung to her a hostile force to be defended from as their people believed or just another part of her to be accepted and embraced? Whatever it meant, the darkness that tugged at his sister frightened him but never enough to keep him from loving her and he cherished the moments the two of them shared with their mother.
As the years passed, Truk rapidly filled out, more and more resembling his savage father. He was blessed with size and strength that any young warrior would envy but also a bestial visage that made it hard to believe he was even related to his beautiful sister. He wasn't so naive to think that he didn't stand out but the nature of their home made prejudice based on appearance alone rarely a problem and, when good sense wasn't enough, his sister was always quick to correct neighbors foolish enough to speak an unkind word or stare overly long. Despite his brutish appearance, Truk was a gentle spirit with a love for flowers and animals and throughout their childhood he was always seen trying to nurse some sick or injured thing back to health.
Eighteen years later and now a man grown, Truk sat alongside his sister while she tried to commune with the elements, seeking answers to the dark portents that haunted her dreams. But the time for portents had passed. Darkness had arrived...
Truk is (or was) the classic gentle giant, endowed with a hulking muscular physique but without the desire or will to do harm with it. Growing up, Truk'tosh liked to think himself his small sister's protector but in reality Niyut was more than capable of fending for herself and, more often than not, she protected him. She was the one that would turn away the other boys of the tribe with a fierce glare or a few stinging words when their play got too rough for gentle Truk. She would comfort him when he was heartbroken by the death of one of his pets.
His skin is a uniform jade-green save where he sports the dark sacred tattoos shared with him by his mother. His heavy brow and jutting tusks give him a bit of a natural scowl but everyone that knows the big half-orc knows well that said scowl is purely cosmetic. As is customary among the men of the Firebird, his scalp is kept shorn both to deny enemies an advantage in combat and to keep his mind open to the spirits. Accustomed to the harsh weather in the badlands, he dresses lightly, getting by comfortably with only a kilt of boiled leather and furs draped across his broad shoulders.