Satire Verisimilitude


== Created Using Wizards of the Coast D&D Character Builder ==
Satire Verisimilitude, level 7
Satyr, Bard
Build: Prescient Bard
Bardic Virtue Option: Virtue of Cunning
Signs of Influence Option: Demand Audience
Signs of Influence Option: Attract Attendants
Society – Noble (+2 to Diplomacy)
Theme: Sidhe Lord

STR 10, CON 12, DEX 9, INT 12, WIS 14, CHA 20

STR 10, CON 10, DEX 8, INT 11, WIS 14, CHA 18

AC: 22 Fort: 16 Ref: 17 Will: 21
HP: 54 Surges: 8 Surge Value: 13

Arcana +9, Bluff +15, Diplomacy +17, Heal +10, Insight +10

Acrobatics +5, Athletics +6, Dungeoneering +9, Endurance +7, History +8, Intimidate +12, Nature +11, Perception +9, Religion +8, Stealth +5, Streetwise +12, Thievery +7

Basic Attack: Melee Basic Attack
Basic Attack: Ranged Basic Attack
Sidhe Lord Utility: Summon Sidhe Ally
Satyr Utility: Lure of Enchantment
Bard Feature: Majestic Word
Bard Feature: Words of Friendship
Bard Attack 1: Vicious Mockery
Bard Attack 1: Staggering Note
Bard Attack 1: Focused Sound
Bard Attack 1: Malevolent Mischief
Bard Utility 2: Bardic Lore
Bard Attack 3: Dissonant Strain
Bard Attack 5: Timeless Trek in Mithrendain
Bard Utility 6: Chord of Resilience
Bard Attack 7: Drums of the Wild Hunt

Level 1: Ritual Caster
Level 1: Melee Training (Charisma)
Level 2: Bard of All Trades
Level 4: Improved Initiative
Level 6: Weapon Expertise (Heavy Blade)

Ritual Book
Create Campsite
Traveler’s Chant
Skald’s Chainmail +2 x1
Bard’s Songblade Scimitar +2 x1
Deep-Pocket Cloak +2 x1
Adventurer’s Kit
Potion of Healing
Elixir of Invisibility (heroic tier)
Everburning Torch
Climber’s Kit
Hunter’s Kit
Identification Papers with Portrait
Ball bearings
Block, tackle, and winch
Traveler’s Camouflage
== End ==


Satire was born a mid-ranking nobleman of the Jeweled Court. His parents were both artistically inclined and encourged creativity in all of their children. Because of their influence Satire learned to play the lyre and woodwind instruments at an early age.

As the youngest of 5 children, he learned early on how to command attention and manipulate others to his whims. (In other words he was spoiled rotten.) This served him well in the social politics of Court life, where he honed his abilies to persuade and entertain. It was also at Court where he learned to decipher the motives of others.

Satire eventually grew bored with the mechanics of court life and so decided to take up the nomadic lifestyle of a Bard. He enjoyed his new lifestyle as well the attention he recieved, however it wasn’t quite as exciting as he imagined it would be. At least not until one fateful day at the circus…

Satire Verisimilitude

Deirailsa Becky