Heroes of Blackthorne Keep
Paetor "Peter" Ubersprecht
5th level Bard
Strength: 15 (+2)
Dexterity: 12 (+1)
Constitution: 14 (+2)
Intelligence: 16 (+3)
Wisdom: 12 (+1)
Charisma: 20 (+5)
AC: 17 (10 [Base] + 4 [Chain Shirt] + 2 [Large Steel Shield] + 1 [Dexterity])
Touch AC: 11 Flat Footed AC: 16
Fortitude: +4 (+2 Base +2 Constitution)
Reflex: +5 (+4 Base +1 Dexterity)
Will: +5 (+4 Base +1 Wisdom)
Weapons: Masterwork Silver Longspear, Longsword, and 6 Throwing Spears
Base Attack: +3
Total Attack: +6 (w/Longspear), +5 (w/Longsword), +4 (w/Throwing Spears)
Total Damage: d8+3 (w/Longspear), d8+2 (w/Longsword), d6+2 (w/Throwing Spears)
Obscure Knowledge – +4 to all Bardic Knowledge Checks
Extra Bardic Music – Use Bardic Music three extra times per day
Versatile Performer – Gain additional performance skills equal to your intelligence with a number of ranks equal to your ranks in your highest performance skill. If you gain ranks in you highest performance skill these additional performance skills go up as well.
Skills of Note:Craft (Armorsmithing): +10 (+3 Intelligence + 7 Ranks)
Craft (Weaponsmithing): +10 (+3 Intelligence + 7 Ranks)
Diplomacy: +13 (+5 Charisma +8 Ranks)
Knowledge (History): +8 (+3 Intelligence + 5 Ranks)
Knowledge (Arcana): +11 (+3 Intelligence + 8 Ranks)
Perform (Percussion): +13 (+5 Charism + 8 Ranks)*
Spellcraft: +11 (+3 Intelligence + 8 Ranks)
* Because of the Feat versatile Performer he also has Voice, Stringed Instruments, and Bowed Instruments.
Paetor grew up in a barbarian tribe along the Wild Coast. From an early age he could tell that he was different from the rest of his tribe. He would rather talk things over and reason things out then settle them with brute force.
The tribe’s shaman singled him out for special training at an early age, and he studied knowledge and magic while the other children studied warfare and combat. He was told to have a true understanding of knowledge, and to be wise enough to one day provide guidance for his tribe he must venture forth into the rest of the world. To see what it had to offer and the reasons that they had turned their back on large cities.
Not long afterward Paetor rode off on his warhorse “Mandarb” to see what horrors and wonders were offered outside the plains where he had grown up.