Sir Daniel the Savage


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Sir Daniel the Savage, level 4
Half-Elf, Bard
Bardic Virtue: Virtue of Valor
Background: Half-Elf – Wanderer, Convert, Ward of the Temple (+2 to Religion)

FINAL ABILITY SCORES Str 8, Con 18, Dex 12, Int 10, Wis 13, Cha 19.

STARTING ABILITY SCORES Str 8, Con 16, Dex 12, Int 10, Wis 12, Cha 16.

AC: 19 Fort: 16 Reflex: 15 Will: 17
HP: 45 Surges: 11 Surge Value: 11

TRAINED SKILLS Arcana +9, Heal +8, Bluff +11, Acrobatics +7, Diplomacy +13, Religion +11

UNTRAINED SKILLS Dungeoneering +6, Endurance +6, History +5, Insight +6, Intimidate +7, Nature +6, Perception +4, Stealth +3, Streetwise +9, Thievery +3, Athletics +1

Bard: Ritual Caster
Level 1: Improved Majestic Word
Level 2: Rousing Voice (retrained to Bardic Knowledge at Level 3)
Level 4: Initiate of the Faith

Bard at-will 1: Guiding Strike
Bard at-will 1: Vicious Mockery
Dilettante: Virtuous Strike
Bard encounter 1: Inspiring Refrain (retrained to Shout of Triumph at Level 4)
Bard daily 1: Stirring Shout
Bard utility 2: Inspire Competence
Bard encounter 3: Dissonant Strain

Ritual Book, Chainmail, Light Shield, Longsword, Fochlucan Bandore +1
Glib Limerick, Traveler’s Chant


A tall, striking man of fair complexion with flowing blond hair, Sir Daniel is a vision of heroism and valour. Unfortunately, this apparent quality is just that – a vision – and in reality he is not a particularly strong or dextrous man. However, his clumsiness and relative frailty are usually masked by the aura of charisma which he exudes at nearly all times. In order to augment his charm, he favours a flamboyant style of dress which is more suited to catching an audience’s eye than to eluding detection by potential foes. Bright colours and ruffled garments figure heavily in his usual attire, which, while certainly giving him an impressive stage presence, may further contribute to his many painful physical misfortunes. But the occasional trip over a twisted cape into a pool of burning oil is simply the cost of being in the spotlight – and if anyone could look good doing it, it is Sir Daniel the Savage.

Sir Daniel the Savage

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