|Race||Gender||Alignment||Starting Stats (after racial mods)|
STR 12 DEX 10 CON 13 INT 10 WIS 15 CHA 13
|Cycle||Lvl||Class||Feats + Abilities|
|--||1||Clr||Extra Turning, Heighten Turning, [Turn undead, Domains: Healing, Light]|
1 - from Book of Exalted Deeds|
Sarah is a friendly, open person. She is strong in her faith and believes in the general goodness of man, though she is wordly enough now to keep an eye out for the bad ones too. Her main goal is travel and to see more of the world. She also seeks a chance to demonstrate her faith by bring life and light to those in need and darkness.
Sarah-Maria was a single child in a small village in the Low Hills. Her parents were pious followers of the hearth goddess Hana. When she was nine, both her parents died in a plague. Sarah was adopted by her aunt, a zealous (that is, fanatical), retributive (that is, vindictive) adherent of Heironeous, the god of righteousness and chivalry. Sarah ran away when she was 11.
At 12, she was discovered by a blind mendicant beggar named Marcus, once a cleric of Heironeous himself. She traveled with him until she was 14. Marcus then convinced her to stay with the Thayan Society of St. Michael--a caring monastic order of friars and nuns who worship Thaya, the goddess of good and light.
Though Sarah learned much of the healing arts and reglious doctrine, the idea of being always bound to the monastary began to chafe. Her requests for an Itinerant position were denied due to her young age and inexperience. Leaving a note apologizing for but justifying her departure, Sarah slipped away one night shortly after turning 19.
She traveled with a small band of travelers across the Corum Plain, but they were attacked by a joint party of orcs and goblins. After seeing her healing powers during the battle, the goblins ransomed her from the orcs. She doesn't know what happened to the other survirors. The goblins held her prisoner in their dungeon hideout for about 9 days before she was rescued by Invellios, Rorik, and Luceo.
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Last Edited: 30 Jun 2006|
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