Sha-Karn

Strong and Durable

Description:

== Created Using Wizards of the Coast D&D Character Builder ==
Sha-karn, level 3
Genasi, Warden
Guardian Might Option: Earthstrength
Elemental Manifestation Option: Earthsoul
Earthshock Option: Earthshock Constitution
Broken Lands (+2 to Endurance)
Theme: Earthforger

FINAL ABILITY SCORES
STR 17, CON 18, DEX 12, INT 14, WIS 15, CHA 12

STARTING ABILITY SCORES
STR 17, CON 16, DEX 12, INT 12, WIS 15, CHA 12

AC: 21 Fort: 18 Ref: 16 Will: 15
HP: 49 Surges: 13 Surge Value: 12

TRAINED SKILLS
Dungeoneering +8, Endurance +11, Nature +10, Perception +8

UNTRAINED SKILLS
Acrobatics –1, Arcana +3, Athletics +1, Bluff +2, Diplomacy +2, Heal +3, History +3, Insight +3, Intimidate +2, Religion +3, Stealth –1, Streetwise +2, Thievery –1

POWERS
Basic Attack: Melee Basic Attack
Basic Attack: Ranged Basic Attack
Earthforger Attack: Stone Panoply
Genasi Racial Power: Earthshock
Warden Feature: Warden’s Fury
Warden Feature: Warden’s Grasp
Warden Attack 1: Strength of Stone
Warden Attack 1: Tempest Assault
Warden Attack 1: Roots of Stone
Warden Attack 1: Form of the Fearsome Ram
Endurance Utility 2: Endure Pain
Warden Attack 3: Rough Strike

FEATS
Level 1: Crushing Earthstrength
Level 2: Versatile Resistance

ITEMS
Adventurer’s Kit
Heavy Shield x1
Amulet of Elegy +1 x1
Earth-Wrought Hammer Warhammer +1 x1
Defensive Hide Armor +1 x1
== End ==

Bio:

He is the definition of chiseled, literally. Lineage unknown, but obviously of earth elemental descent, the rock like structure of his body is belayed but the almost human like grace of his movements. Raised by a circle of shamans living on a great chasm, Sha-Karn learned that while his nature granted him impressive durability, it was his ability to move that granted him a truly dangerous element.

A well rounded front line combatant, he strives to curb the violence done to others. Too young to help save his surrogate family he wanders the world seeking a more profound connection to the earth he walks on. His desire to stand between his companions and the dangers they meet comes more from a sense of self-flagellation than a desire to keep them safe.

Sha-Karn

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