====== Created Using Wizards of the Coast D&D Character Builder ====== Berek Ironshield, level 8 Dwarf, Paladin Versatile Expertise: Versatile Expertise (Axe) Versatile Expertise: Versatile Expertise (Holy Symbol)
FINAL ABILITY SCORES Str 10, Con 15, Dex 8, Int 10, Wis 17, Cha 20.
STARTING ABILITY SCORES Str 10, Con 13, Dex 8, Int 10, Wis 13, Cha 18.
AC: 25 Fort: 18 Reflex: 18 Will: 21 HP: 77 Surges: 15 Surge Value: 19
TRAINED SKILLS Religion +9, Intimidate +14, Insight +12, Diplomacy +14
UNTRAINED SKILLS Acrobatics -1, Arcana +4, Bluff +9, Dungeoneering +9, Endurance +5, Heal +7, History +4, Nature +7, Perception +7, Stealth -1, Streetwise +9, Thievery -1, Athletics
FEATS Level 1: Dwarven Weapon Training Feat User Choice: Healing Hands Level 2: Toughness Level 4: Durable Level 6: Virtuous Recovery Level 8: Devoted Paladin Feat User Choice: Versatile Expertise
POWERS Lay on Hands: Lay on Hands Paladin at-will 1: Ardent Strike Paladin at-will 1: Virtuous Strike Paladin encounter 1: Valorous Smite Paladin daily 1: Majestic Halo Paladin utility 2: Martyr’s Blessing Paladin encounter 3: Invigorating Smite Paladin daily 5: Unyielding Faith Paladin utility 6: Wrath of the Gods Paladin encounter 7: Benign Transposition
ITEMS Dwarven Plate Armor +1, Symbol of Dire Fate +1, Everlasting Provisions (heroic tier), Adventurer’s Kit, Defensive Waraxe +2, Cloak of the Walking Wounded +1, Boots of the Fencing Master (heroic tier), Horned Helm (heroic tier), Silver Dragonscale Shield (Thrown), Silver Dragonscale Shield, Phantom Soldier (heroic tier), Iron Armbands of Power (heroic tier) ====== Copy to Clipboard and Press the Import Button on the Summary Tab ======
“I was just a lad, seeing the world for the first time, going for a walk that is, when this huge thing, I’m not sure what it was even to this day, emerged from the earth intent on making me it’s next meal. Now I may be a dwarf, but I ain’t stupid, I ran as fast as me little legs could go, but I could not outrun this beastie. It kept after me until my legs ran out of steam and I couldn’t run anymore. It had me backed up against a rock, nowhere to go, so I closed my eyes and started to pray, to Moradin I thought, but then there was a blast of air and a rushing sound, like water thundering down a mountain and I was knocked flat on my face.
When I rolled over and opened my eyes I saw something I will never forget. The beastie was gone! A great silver dragon, it can only have been a dragon, too big and silvery to be anything else, was currently dismembering and devouring it, about 100 feet above me! In the air! While flying! I rubbed my eyes to make sure I wasn’t seeing things, even checked my head for bumps, but there it was. My intended devourer was itself a meal. I watched in awe as the creature finished its meal, looked at me for a second in what I swear was amusement, then turned on its wing and flew off into the distance. An object glinting in the sun caught my eye and not ten paces from me was a dragon scale, big as a large shield. I picked it up reverently, it was lighter than I expected, and carried it back home, my heart finally slowing and the daze lifting.
When I got home, my parents were frantic at my story, barely able to believe I had survived so miraculously. I was clutching the scale to me and would not let anyone touch it.
The next morning I joined the Order of Bahamut and spent the last ten years becoming a Paladin. I believe the dragon was a messenger from Bahamut, leading me to my destiny.
In my spare time I attempted to forge the scale into a usable shield, my family are great smiths and luckily I have the gift too, but all my attempts failed, it resisted everything I tried, almost as if it had a will of its own. No one knew what to do with a dragon scale, the beasts themselves are rare enough, not one scale has been obtained in the entire history of my clan.
So I find myself on a quest for knowledge, what do I need to be able to use this scale, to shape into a tool to do Bahamut’s will?
I graduated 6 months ago, took my leave of my parents and now find myself on the road, unsure of where to look, but determined to pass this test Bahamut has set me.”