Protector of the nearby jungle
Dianna of the New Moon; Gray elf Drd5: CR 5; ECL 5; Size M; HD 5d8+5; hp 43; Init +5; Spd 30 ft; AC 19, touch 18, FF 14; BAB +3; Grapple +3; Atk: +0 melee (1d6 + 1, Scimitar +1 (Keen) Right Hand), +0 melee (1d6 + 1, Scimitar +1 (Keen) Left Hand copy), +3 melee (1d6, Quarterstaff), +8 (1d4/crit 19-20, Dagger), +3 melee (1d3, Unarmed), +5 melee (1d6 + 2, Rapier +2 (Keen)), +4 melee (1d6 + 1, Scimitar +1); SQ Low-light Vision, +2 to saves vs enchantment, immune to sleep effects; AL CN; SV Fort +5, Ref +6, Will +7; Str 10, Dex 20, Con 12, Int 18, Wis 17, Cha 15.
Languages spoken: Common and Elven
Skills and Feats: Concentration +8, Craft (Poison Making) +7, Diplomacy +10, Handle Animal +10, Heal +6, Knowledge (Nature) +16, Listen +8, Profession (Herbalist) +11, Spellcraft +9, Survival +13, Swim +8; Armor Proficiency (Light), Armor Proficiency (Medium), Extra Wild Shape, Shield Proficiency, Two-Weapon Fighting.
Special Abilities: Animal Companion, Bonus Languages, Link, Low-light Vision, Nature Sense, Resist Nature’s Lure, Share Spells, Spontaneous Casting, Trackless Step, Wild Empathy, Wild Shape, Woodland Stride.
Drd Spells Known (5/4/3/2/-1/-1/-1/-1/-1/-1/-1/-1): 0—Cure minor wounds, Detect magic, Detect poison, Flare, Purify food and drink, 1—Animate wood, Calm animals, Cure light wounds, 2—Flaming sphere, Summon nature’s ally ii, 3—Summon nature’s ally iii.
Possessions: 242 pp, 2191 gp, 2 sp, , Ring of swimming, Potion of remove disease, Ring of water walking, 2 Scimitar +1 (keen), Signet ring, Belt pouch, Quarterstaff, Cloak of protection +2, , Heward’s handy haversack, Silk rope (50 ft.), Grappling hook, Caltrops, 3 Garnet, Dagger, Ring of protection +1, Bracers of armor +1, Rapier +2 (keen), Scimitar +1, Wand of cure light wounds – 3rd level.
Dianna spends the better part of her time trying to protect the jungle from the citizens of Sasserine and them from the jungle. She has worked extensively with several of the local tribes brokering deals between them and Sasserine industries. She knows that eventually the follies of man will give way to mother nature.