Kingmaker - Dawn of a New Age
[Ron] Sleestak of the Woods [Warden of Stagsheart]
Half-Elf Male Woodsman
Sleestak Stillwalker #6
Half-elf hunter 6 (Pathfinder RPG Advanced Class Guide 26)
N Medium humanoid (elf, human)
Init 3 armor, 9)
Fort 3/×3) or
kukri 2/18-20) or
mwk cestus 2/19-20) or
mwk cestus 2/19-20)
Ranged 8 (1d8+4/19-20/×3) or
composite longbow 6 (1d8+1/19-20/×3) or
composite longbow 6 (1d8+1/19-20/×3) or
composite longbow 6 (1d8+2/19-20/×3)
Hunter Spells Known (CL 6th; concentration 1 Str), composite longbow, composite longbow, composite longbow (+1 Str), kukri, mwk cestus[APG], mwk cestus[APG], bracers of falcon’s aim[UE], cloak of elvenkind, backpack, belt pouch, grappling arrow[UE], masterwork artisan’s tools, spyglass, light horse (combat trained), 53 gp
Animal Focus (6 minutes/day) (Su) – 0/6
Aspect of the Falcon (Constant) – 0/0
Potion of cure moderate wounds – 0/3
Silver arrows – 0/50
Stag’s helm – 0/1
Teamwork Feat – 0/2
+1 to critical confirmations (Longbow) Choose a weapon from the following list: longbow, longsword, rapier, short sword, shortbow, or any weapon with “elven” in its name. Gain a +1/2 bonus on critical hit confirmation rolls made while using that type of weapon (maximum bonus +4). This
Animal Companion (animal companion (lion named Khumbu)) (Ex) If no current companion, summon nature’s ally spells last 1 min/level but only 1 at a time.
Animal Companion Link (Ex) You have a link with your Animal Companion.
Animal Focus (6 minutes/day) (Su) As a swift action, gain bonuses from emulated animal(s). If no companion, +1 slots.
Bat (60 feet) (Su) When assuming this aspect, gain darkvision with listed range, or blindsense at higher levels.
Bear +2 (Su) When assuming this aspect, gain listed enhancement bonus to Con.
Bull +2 (Su) When assuming this aspect, gain listed enhancement bonus to Str.
Elf Blood Half-elves count as both elves and humans for any effect related to race.
Elven Immunities – Sleep You are immune to magic sleep effects.
Evasion (Ex) If you succeed at a Reflex save for half damage, you take none instead.
Falcon +4 (Su) When assuming this aspect, gain listed competence bonus to Perception.
Frog +4 (Su) When assuming this aspect, gain listed competence bonus to Swim & Acrobatics to jump.
Hunter Tactics (Ex) Animal companion also gains the bonus teamwork feats, but doesn’t need to meet pre-reqs.
Improved Empathic Link (1 mile) (Su) As the familiar ability, but as a swift action can see through companion’s eyes (but not own).
Improved Spell Sharing Divide share spell dur evenly between you and companion. Can move apart w/o ending effect.
Low-Light Vision See twice as far as a human in dim light, distinguishing color and detail.
Monkey +4 (Su) When assuming this aspect, gain listed competence bonus to Climb.
Mouse (Su) When assuming this aspect, gain evasion, or improved evasion at higher levels.
Nature Training (Ex) Hunter levels count as druid/ranger levels for feats, traits, and options to improve animal companions.
Owl +4 (Su) When assuming this aspect, gain listed competence bonus to Stealth.
Point-Blank Shot +1 to attack and damage rolls with ranged weapons at up to 30 feet.
Precise Shot You don’t get -4 to hit when shooting or throwing into melee.
Rapid Shot You get an extra attack with ranged weapons. Each attack is at -2.
Share Spells with Companion (Ex) Can cast spells with a target of “you” on animal companion, as touch spells.
Snake +2 (Su) When assuming this aspect, gain listed bonus to att on AoO & to AC vs. AoO.
Stag +5 (Su) When assuming this aspect, gain listed enhancement bonus to speed.
Stealth Synergy Take the highest roll made by you and your allies on Stealth checks
Tiger +2 (Su) When assuming this aspect, gain listed enhancement bonus to Dex.
Track +3 Add the listed bonus to survival checks made to track.
Wild Empathy +5 (Ex) Improve the attitude of an animal, as if using Diplomacy.
Wolf (10 feet) (Su) When assuming this aspect, gain scent with listed range.
Woodland Stride (Ex) Move through undergrowth at normal speed.
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Sleestak, as he has come to call himself, has emerged from a trying childhood. His mother, an elven Druid of some renown before the burning of the sylvan outpost she called home, was taken as slave and concubine to the bandit chief who ordered her husband’s execution. In the years that followed, she gave birth to Sleestak. The bandit lord dubbed his bastard child “scrawny,” but his mother called him by an elven name and sung songs in elvish to him when they found moments alone. She also found ways to secretly teach him the way of nature and the art of bow making.
Eventually, his mother escaped the bandits clutches with her small child. For months the two eluded their patrols, only to end up cornered. After watching his father murder his mother in cold blood, he took up the shortbow she’d taken, took aim, and as his father laughed at him, placed an arrow through his throat.
The bandits had a second in command, who ordered the boy burned alive with his parents’ corpses. He was barely alive when a lizardfolk hunter rescued him and nurtured him to health. Having witnessed the gruesome treachery of the humans, she decided it best to bring the boy back to her colony.
Here he hid for ten years, learning the way of the silent hunter. He became unusually adept at climbing and swimming, and in time, through a series of harsh tests, both invented and natural, even gained marginal acceptance among the tribe. The lizard folk held honestly and honor in high regard, and passed along these values as well.
When he’d grown into a young man, his savior, now a high ranking matron, told him the circumstances of his parents’ death. She warned him of the danger he might face if recognized in the human world, and that his elven ancestors were likely all dead. So,he returned to the place he was most comfortable, where he had felt most at home: the wilderness.
He there survived alone for years, avoiding all contact with the human race. He learned to survive ad eventually thrive in the wild. In time, he learned to master the language of the wild, and met who would become a lifelong companion, the mountain lion Khumbu.
For several more years the two hunters roamed the wilds together. Sleestak gained the time and peace he needed to ponder his place in life.
He remembers only bits of his time with his mother. One thing rings in his memory, something she said often to him while the two lay quietly in their cell. "Love is more important than power. It is the greatest gift of this world. Do not let this harsh world take that from you. "
One night, as the two companions sit atop a hillside looking down on the town of Restov, into the windows of the homes and inns with hearths burning, Sleestak looks to his companion and asks, " well, old friend, shall we explore a new terrain?"