Rain-Scribe

Rain-Scribe Creature 4

NG Medium Elf Human Humanoid

Perception +13; low-light vision

Languages Common, Druidic, one additional

Skills Acrobatics +9, Arcana +7, Athletics +8, Nature +12, Stealth +11, Survival +12

Str +2, Dex +3, Con +1, Int +1, Wis +4, Cha +0

Items composite longbow (20 arrows), hide armor, scimitar, scroll of speak with animals


AC 21; Fort +9, Ref +9, Will +12; +1 status to all saves vs. poison

HP 54; Resistances poison 2


Speed 40 feet (from longstrider)

Melee [one-action] scimitar +9 (forceful, sweep), Damage 1d6+2 slashing

Ranged [one-action] composite longbow +10 (deadly d10, propulsive, range increment 100 feet, reload 0, volley 30 feet), Damage 1d8+1 piercing

Primal Prepared Spells DC 21, attack +11; 2nd acid arrow, entangle, spider climb; 1st gust of wind (×2), longstrider (already cast); Cantrips (2nd) detect magic, electric arc, know direction, light, tanglefoot

Druid Order Spells 2 Focus Points, DC 21; 2nd tempest surge

Chameleon Step [two-actions] (illusion, primal, visual); Frequency once per day; Requirements The Rain-Scribe must be in natural terrain. Effect The Rain- Scribe shifts their coloration and the coloration of their gear to match the surroundings and then immediately Sneaks, even while being observed. The Rain-Scribe must end their movement concealed or behind cover to remain hidden or undetected.

About

This sharp-eyed half-elf wears weather-beaten gear that would easily blend in with any natural terrain, and carries an elaborately carved walking staff.

An expert in travel through difficult environments, the Rain-Scribe provides for their companions while helping them avoid the many hazards of travel in the Inner Sea. Rain-Scribes are some of the most well-traveled members of the academy, and most have secured alliances or promises of safe passage through the lands where they walk.

Should the Rain-Scribe or their companions be attacked on their journeys, the scribe is a capable combatant who strives to turn their communion with the natural world into their greatest advantage in battle. Whether by using primal magic against their foes or striking unseen from the underbrush, the Rain-Scribe assures that no opponent threatens their traveling companions for long.

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