Pathfinder Bones Oracle


Male Aasimar Oracle 3
CG medium humanoid
Init 2 Senses Darkvision (60) Perception +8
AC 13, touch 12, flat-footed 11
hp 22
Fort 1 Reflex 3 Will 7
Speed 20 ft
Melee Gauntlet, Spiked +4 (1d4
2/x2) or Quarterstaff 4 (1d63/x2) or Touch 4 (Varies/x2)
Space 5 Reach 5
STR 14 DEX 14 CON 11 INT 15 WIS 19 CHA 20
BAB 2 CMB 4 CMD 16
Feats Extra Revelation, Bouncing Spell
Skills Acrobatics 2, Appraise 2, Bluff 9, Climb 2, Diplomacy 7, Disguise 9, Escape Artist 5, Fly 2, Heal 4, Intimidate 5, Knowledge (planes) 8, Knowledge (religion) 8, Perception 8, Ride 2, Sense Motive 9, Spellcraft 8, Stealth 2, Survival 4, Swim 2
Languages Celestial, Common, Terran, Necril
Gear Quarterstaff, Gauntlet – Spiked, Kit – Dungeoneering, Kit – Oracle’s , Potion of Cure Light (2), Potion of Cure Mod 2D8


Born to human parents, I stood out from birth. I was born with steel hair. Not course but actual steel color. I never fit in too much and kept to myself in my small hometown. My parents were very religious and taught me the same, however I had too many questions about religion. This set me apart from the rest of the town even more. After becoming an adult I decided that I needed to learn about why I am who I am and how I came to be. I set out on my own. These times were rough. I moved from town to town living in the streets, and was treated accordingly. I learned that humans do not like those that are different, they do not understand and fear it. One night I was trying to rest my weary soul, i was approached by a couple of drunken townsfolk. They were bored and wanted to show their manliness by beating the weak. They beat me senseless. As I lay there, taking my beating, I moaned to anyone for help before these thugs end my life. Imagine their shock when out from the ground erupts a skeleton! It was the last thing I saw before passing out. When I awoke there was nothing there. I thought it all was a dream. This set me out on a continuing journey of where this help came from. I never expected that it came from me.


eberron remembered DavidStalvey