About Zahra al Asmar
Female human Sorcerer/3; Draconic bloodline (silver)
Unseen but not Undone (magic) - Without a single gesture, you can unleash a bloodline spell.
Skills (2 per level)
Languages Common(Aerthane), Limaninite
Gear Sorcerer Kit ( backpack, a bedroll, a belt pouch, a flint and steel, an iron pot, a mess kit, soap, torches (10), trail rations (5 days), and a waterskin) 8gp, Haramaki (3gp),
Special Abilities = Sorcerer
Bloodline Arcana: Whenever you cast a spell with an energy descriptor that matches your draconic bloodline’s energy type, that spell deals +1 point of damage per die rolled.
Bloodline Power: Claws (Su): Starting at 1st level, you can grow claws as a free action. These claws are treated as natural weapons, allowing you to make two claw attacks as a full attack action using your full base attack bonus. Each of these attacks deals 1d4 points of damage plus your Strength modifier. At 5th level, these claws are considered magic weapons for the purpose of overcoming DR. At 7th level, the damage increases by one step to 1d6 points of damage. At 11th level, these claws deal an additional 1d6 points of damage of your energy type on a successful hit. You can use your claws for a number of rounds per day equal to 3 + your Charisma modifier. These rounds do not need to be consecutive.
Dragon Resistances (Ex): At 3rd level, you gain resist 5 against your energy type and a +1 natural armor bonus. At 9th level, your energy resistance increases to 10 and natural armor bonus increases to +2. At 15th level, your natural armor bonus increases to +4.
Eschew Materials – bonus feat
1 level = 3; DC=15
Spells per Day
Zhayalammar was an amazing city. Zahra always volunteered to go to the market for her family because she loved all the different types of people that could be seen mulling about. Most people hated the crowds but her natural agility and slender frame helped her move easily through the throngs of people. She made a point of befriending someone new each time she went whether it was helping a stranger that seemed lost or introducing herself to one of the many vendors. Some were wary of being approached by a stranger but her genuine smile and lovely appearance would wear down even the most reluctant of people.
Her family consists of just her and her parents, Faheem and Nisma. Zahra had never wanted for anything growing up and her parents were well-off enough for her to have her own bedroom. Being a spice merchant, her father always had a steady stream of income. Her mother was a seamstress and passed along her skill to her daughter. She was also allowed the prviliedge of having hobbies and being involved in sport. One of the things that she enjoyed doing with her father was archery - where Faheem preferred using a bow, Zahra preferred a crossbow. Even though Zahra didn’t have to work to make money for her family's survival, it was encouraged by her parents to do so once she was old enough. She made some extra money cleaning houses and helping her mother with mending clothing.
One day, Zahra discovered that she could mend clothing with words rather than needle and thread. A client had come to her mother with a particularly difficult fix for a delicate material. As her mother worried about how she would mend the garment, Zahra fixated on it and somehow willed it back together. This both pleased her mother as well as scared her. Zahra was old enough to know the conflicting opinions about magic within society and took her mother’s warning about using in front of people to heart. Shortly afterwards, her mother arranged to have Zahra clean the home of an elderly woman named Haseena. While Zahra was there to clean, Haseena began to teach her how to control and channel her innate magic. She taught her the importance of being able to use her magic either silently or without moving so that others wouldn’t realize what she was doing. Most importantly it was taught to always use magic with purpose and to never use it frivolously.
Nisma made Zahra promise to not mention her new abilities to her father. Her mother made it very clear that Faheem’s business would become blacklisted by the local magic guilds. If the guilds learned his daughter wielded magic they might use any underhanded tactic, like driving him into debt, to obtain her. As hard as it was to hide that part of her life from her father, Zahra did so to protect him. Any time she was elusive, her father chalked it up to her being a moody teenager.
However, Faheem was keeping his own secret. Yes he made a nice living for his family but he also had a propensity for gambling. Sadly it was because of his gambling and a string of bad luck that Zahra had wound up in her present predicament. To cover an enormous debt and in fear for his own life, Faheem used his daughter to cover his debt. His only stipulation was that she seemingly be randomly taken from the streets of Zhayalammar so that Nisma never knows the truth.
Friend: Haseena who has helped her channel her magic