Noredenwald in Hesgran
A youg girl, thrust into adventure by horrific circumstance!
|Experience Need For Next Level||10,001|
Abilities and Attributes
|12||STR||To Hit||-||Damage||-||Doors||1-2||Bend Bars/Lift Gates||4%|
|16||INT||No. Lang||5||Max Spell Level||8||Chance to Learn Spell||65%||Spells/Level||7/11|
|11||WIS||Magic Bonus||none||Immunity||N/A||Chance of Spell Failure||N/A|
|13||DEX||Reaction Adj.||-||Missile Attack Bonus||-||Defensive Adj.||-|
|12||CON||HP Ajd.||-||System Shock Survival||80%||Resurrection Survival||85%|
|13||CHA||Max Henchmen||5||Loyalty Base||normal||Reaction Adj.||+5%|
Weapons & Armor
Proficiencies, Skills and Special Abilities
|Weapon Proficiencies||Special Abilities|
|Open Locks||Open Locks||FaRT||MS||HN||CW||RL|
Héséldún Theological Scroll
|. Copper|. Silver|_. Electrum|. Gold|. Platinum|
Gems & Jewelry
Coral x2 (100)
Moonstone x2 (50)
Tiger Eye Agate (10)
Necklace, Gold, w/Coral Inlays (6,000)
Necklace, Silver, w/Chrysoberyl Tear Shaped Stones (2,000)
Medallion, Wrought Silver & Gold (900)
Dagger +1, +2 vs Smaller than Man-sized Creatures
Hera, like her companions, comes from another world.
She was the eldest sibling in a large and poor family. Her meager lifestyle never squelched her colorful personality or her enjoyment of life. She was a boisterous, hopeful and curious child. Disease struck her family, effecting nearly half of her siblings and both of her parents. Convincing her family that “there’s always hope,” she set out for the town to beg for food and medicines. She returned to witness an orc attack upon her house. Her parents and siblings were brutally slaughtered. The siblings not affected by the disease were too young to be used as slaves and were slaughtered, as well. Hera was captured and dragged to their lair, where she became the bound slave of a half-orc priest of Gruumsh who was posing as a true priest of Thor.
During her captivity, Hera developed a fear of being alone in the dark, as well as a phobia against being restrained.
When the evil priest was killed by Boromir and his companions, she was set free. Boromir’s companion, Carella, offered her protection and apprenticeship as a magic-user. Knowing her only alternative would be to live as a shunned outcase, she accepted. However, during her imprisonment, became timid and unsure around men. Carella’s kindness, though, drew her in and put her at ease. Carella’s unyielding trust in the men in their party has allowed Hera to begin also to trust them.
Hera has developed a deep attachment to her new mentor. In Carella she sees a teacher, sisterly confidant, and something of a mother figure. She is desperate to prove herself and her value to her companions. That has made her foolhardy and has resulted in her actual death on three occasions. Boromir, through the use of his magic hammer Barnet av Mjolnir, which is imbued with some of the actual power of the god Thor whom he serves, resurrected Hera in all three instances, at some cost to himself. This has forged a bond of love between them. She will do anything in her power to help Boromir, and as a result now practices a greater sense of caution, knowing that he will put himself at great risk to protect her. Her desires for her future are simple—she wants only to continue to improve her skills and to be with Carella and Boromir. Should she ever be forced to choose between the two, her loyalties would like with Boromir.
Hera is slowly becoming the sunny person that she was before her capture.