Cleric of Kord
Player: Ted Weil
Current Level: 4
Ability Scores: Str: 19, Con: 14, Dex: 10, Int: 10, Wis: 16, Cha: 12
Defenses: AC: 19, Fort: 17, Ref: 13, Will: 19
HP: 41 | Surges/Day: 9 | Surge Value: 10
Trained Skills: Diplomacy, Heal, Insight, Religion
Feats: Ritual Caster, Goliath Greatweapon Prowess, Divine Rage, Kord’s Resilience
Magic Items: Dwarven Chainmail +1 (made by, not made for), Cloak of Resistance +1, Holy Symbol of Battle +1
At-Will: Righteous Brand, Sacred Flame
Encounter: Stone’s Endurance, Divine Fortune, Turn Undead, Healing Word, Healing Strike, Divine Rage, Hammer of the Gods
Daily: Avenging Flame
Utility: Return from Death’s Door
Rituals: Gentle Repose, Corpse Light
Cho-khak was once a well-respected member of his tribe. A Skywatcher sworn into Kord’s service from birth, the Goliath’s faith remained steady and true throughout his life. His position and role however, changed as the tribe turned away from its ancestral allegiance and worship of Kord. Instead turning to embrace Sehainne, goddess of the moon under the leadership of Kai-tal’a, a priestess who had joined the tribe not long before. Under the pretense that her own tribe had been attacked and slaughtered by giants seeking to expand their territory, the charismatic priestess rose quickly to power and prominence with her new tribe. Surprisingly managing to make a successful claim to the title of Skymother, she guided the tribe away from Kord’s strength and fury and, allegedly, into the worshop of Sehainne. Unwilling to bend knee to Kai-tal’a and her new goddess, Cho-khak was quickly declared anathema and driven away. He ventured forth into the world then, hoping to test and prove his strength that he might please Kord, and thus one day return his tribe to Kord’s grace, and cast out the enigma that is Kai-tal’a.
Stoic and quiet, Cho-khak is surprisingly compassionate and empathetic for such a large and ferocious looking being. Wielding a greataxe, little seems to rattle the creature, but when angered, his ferocity knows no limits. Well aware of his size and strength, he takes pains to appear unthreatening and non-hostile to those so much smaller then he, but he is quick to seek out challenges that might allow him to ably pit his strength and conviction against them.