Ethereal, soft-spoken hedge witch. Not wrapped too tight.


Half-elf witch 7
NG Medium humanoid (elf) (human)
Init +2; Senses low-light vision; Perception +5
AC 16, touch 12, flat-footed 14 (+1 armor OR 4 mage armor, +2 Dex)
hp 41
Fort +3 (BF+2), Ref +4 (BR+2), Will +5 (BW+5); +2 vs. enchantment
Immune sleep
Speed 30 ft.
Melee mwrk silver dagger +3 (1d4-2)
Ranged +1 heavy repeating crossbow +6(1d10+1 19-20/x2) w/ 4 clips of 5
Special Attacks Point-Blank Shot(+1a/+1d); Deadly Aim (-1a/+2d)
hexes (cackle, misfortune [1 round, DC 16])
Witch Spells Prepared (CL 7th; concentration +10)
4th (1): ice storm
3rd (2+1): 1x dispel magic, haste, 2x lightning bolt, speak with dead(3?‘s), [twilight knife (+6)]
2nd (3+1): [augury], cat’s grace, 2x cure moderate wounds, false life
1st (4+1): 2x burning hands, cure light wounds, mage armor, [mount]
0th (at will; 4): detect magic, mending, message, stabilize
Patron Agility
Str 8, Dex 14, Con 12, Int 17, Wis 10, Cha 14
BAB +3; CMB +2; CMD 14
Traits/Feats Ease of Faith (Diplo +1, c.s.), Hedge Magician (5% magic item crafting discount), 1: Point-Blank Shot, 3: Deadly Aim, 5: Extra Hex(Misfortune)
Skills Acrobatics +5 (3r), Craft(alchemy) +8 (1r+h), Fly +6 (1r), Heal +12 (7r), Intimidate +6 (1r), Knowledge(arcana, history,nature) +7(1r e), Knowledge(planes, religion) +12 (6r), Perception +5 (2r+A), Sense Motive +4 (1r+A), Spellcraft +10 (4r), Stealth +5 (F), Swim +3 (h), Use Magic Device +10 (5r)
Languages Common, Aklo, Elven, Sylvan, Treant
Racial (Ancestral Arms): repeating crossbows, Keen Senses, Multitalented
SQ Familiar (+3 on Stealth; Alertness) Hexes: healing (2d8+6), cauldron (Brew Potion, +4 alchemy), flight (fly CL min/day, feather fall/will, +4 swim, levitate 1/day), misfortune (30 ft; worse of 2d20 for all rolls for 1 round), cackle (Move Action: Extend 30 ft. hex by 1 round)


A mysterious, well-dressed young “wise woman”† who thinks cats are divine servants of Pharasma; has a cravat-wearing cat familiar, Pyotr a.k.a. “Pete”. Formerly a bar-maid. Shows up where she probably shouldn’t be and knows things she’d be unlikely to know. Maybe.

†Saying the w-word is asking for an ear-tweaking.


Kingmaker Daviot