Leehland the Incarnation, level 1
Build: Wrathful Invoker
Divine Covenant: Covenant of Wrath
Background: Deva – Brink of Corruption, Geography – Desert, Embalmer (Nature class skill)
FINAL ABILITY SCORES
Str 12, Con 16, Dex 10, Int 14, Wis 18, Cha 8.
STARTING ABILITY SCORES
Str 12, Con 16, Dex 10, Int 12, Wis 16, Cha 8.
AC: 16 Fort: 14 Reflex: 13 Will: 15
HP: 26 Surges: 9 Surge Value: 6
Religion +9, Endurance +7, Nature +9, Insight +9
Acrobatics -1, Arcana +2, Bluff -1, Diplomacy -1, Dungeoneering +4, Heal +4, History +4, Intimidate -1, Perception +4, Stealth -1, Streetwise -1, Thievery -1, Athletics
Invoker: Ritual Caster
Level 1: Superior Implement Training (Quickbeam staff)
Invoker at-will 1: Mantle of the Infidel
Invoker at-will 1: Hand of Radiance
Invoker encounter 1: Lightning’s Revelation
Invoker daily 1: Angelic Protector
Ritual Book, Adventurer’s Kit, Chainmail, Dagger, Belt Pouch (empty), Quickbeam staff
Hand of Fate, Banish Vermin
Although memories of past lives remain unclear, it is Leehland’s most recent past life that is the most puzzling. As with most of his kind, Leehland was an immortal servitor of the Gods of Good, in particular Bahamut, during the Dawn War, contributing to the victory over the Primordials and preventing them from destroying the world. This servitude made possible by rebirth, immortality granted by a pact between the gods, in particular the Raven Queen and the Primal Spirits. Leehland’s most recent reincarnation was unlike the many before, the angelic light of the Astral Sea bathing the Sacred Reincarnation Site was absent, the warm whispers of the gods praises gone, leaving only cold darkness and the solitude loneliness of a undistinguished black chamber. Abruptly, Leehland found himself staring up at the gates of Fallcrest, dark memories of his most recent life, memories near the conclusion of the Dawn War, haunt his very existence, making him question his present rebirth as a Deva and his future disincarnate fate. Although his rebirth washed most of the taint from his soul; violence, anger and dark thoughts struggle to surface with each dilemma. How, or whom, brought his spirit to the brink of corruption? Why was his fouled soul not reborn a Rakshasa? And most importantly, do these have anything to do with the desecration of the Sacred Sites? The Answers lie in the fate of Fallcrest, if Devas lore is to be believed, this seemingly mundane town is pivotal to the Raven Queens pact and their own immortality.
Instilled with a fragment from the gods own might, and now in service to the House of Ravenkind, Leehland occupies himself by preparing the mortal bodies of those who pass onto the afterlife. This allows him to serve and pay respect to both the townsfolk and the Raven Queen. This also allows him access to the Catacombs and secrets that have been entombed there, memories of these secrets which exist from a long ago life.