Old Andragar


Description: Winged Servants of the Gods, Seraphim are a holy class dedicated to law and order. They seek to destroy evil through an means necessary, with justice prevailing above all. They also seek to protect the weak and innocent.

Alignment: Typically any good alignment, rarely neutral good

I have table of BAB, FS, RS, and WS. Mainly follows inquisitors with the ability to get a 4th attack at level 19

Restriction: All seraph must follow a good god or goddess
Skill Ranks: 5+int modifier
Class Skills: Craft, Diplomacy, Fly, Heal, Intimidate, Knowledge (Arcana, History,Planes, Religion), Perception, Spellcraft. Sense Motive, Use Magic Device


At will: Detect Good and Evil

Flight: At first level, the Seraph can fly at a speed of 30 ft, increasing to 60 ft at level 9 and 90 ft at level 15. These blessed white wings incur a -5 penalty on disguise checks.

Combat Prowess: At level 3, the Seraph can choose an additional combat feat, as well as another at level 9.

Domain Spells: At fifth level the Seraph can cast level 2 spells from their deity’s domain, this increases to level 5 spells at level 11, 7 at 15, 9 at 18.

Smite: At level 7, for times per day equal to 1/2 her level, the Seraph can add 4d6 to the weapon damage roll. This bonus increases to 8d6 at level 14. This is doubled against creatures of the demon subtype.

Divine Favor: At level 9 the Seraph is blessed by her goddess, gaining a +1 attack bonus on all attack rolls, +5 against creatures of the demon subtype. This doubles at level 13.

Elysium: At level 11, the Seraph can open a portal to Elysium. She is bonded by an invisible force to this portal and can only spend 1 hr per 1/2 level in Elysium per day. Non Seraphim cannot cross through this portal.

Support: At level 15 the Seraph can cast Banishment or Music of the Spheres up to 3 times per day, these instances are cumulative

Summon Herald: At level 17 the Seraph can summon a divine herald of her alignment (good), for rounds per day equal to her level. The seraph can dismiss this herald at will. -

Divine Incarnate: At level 20 the Seraph becomes a true avatar of her god. Her eyes begin to glow and she radiates light. She incurs a -20 penalty on disguise checks. She gets a +5 bonus to attack rolls and saving throws, doubling to +10 against creatures of the demon subtype. 3 times per day she can cast Celestial Barrage, causing holy light to rain down in a 10ft area, dealing 30d8 in a 10 foot area. Demons in this area must make a fortitude save of 10 + 1/2 level + int modifier or be slain instantly. You no longer age, are immune to fear and gain DR/20 vs demons.

Exclusive Feats (Can add more if needed)
Improved Smite- add 4d6 to smite
Master Smite- add 6d6 to smite

Racial Bonus (Can add more if needed)
Drow: Use Smite twice more per day

How a Drow became a Seraph

Basically I wrote how a Drow became a Seraph, as well as his ultimate goal.

Drovic was a Drow, a male Drow, and like most male Drow he was looked down upon by most female Drow who viewed him as inferior. He was constantly beaten by most female Drow, and reminded of his place in Drow society. He went to the academy for combat training like most male Drow, and nothing differentiated him from the rest of the Drow. Also, like all Drow, he worshipped a demon lord. In this case he worshipped Lolth, the demon lord of spiders. He went through training and became proficient in most weapons. He had a particular fondness for the rapier, and learned to dual wield rapiers very efficiently. He also learned cruelness and ambition, the trademarks of Drow culture. He killed his first rival at age 30.

Despite all this cruelty, there was one bright spot in his life. His sister Baenre. She personally did not place much thought into Drow practices. She never beat him, never looked down upon Drovic, and made sure Drovic never went down to deep into true Drow culture. She taught him the value of caring and compassion, all of this privately of course. In public her and Drovic put on a facade. following Drow tradition established millenia ago.

One day however, Drovic and Baenra were exploring the Underdark, having being sent there by their Matron on a scouting mission. It was there, exploring the furthest reaches of the Underdark, that they found an abandoned building. Exploring that building, they found teachings of the most heathen, at least to them. It was teachings of the Goddess Sarenrae that revealed that, hundreds of years ago, there lived a group of Drow that worshipped her. Drovic and Baenra continually returned to these teachings every week, fascinated by them. They greatly believed the culture of peace these Drow followed was vastly superior to the current one.

Finally, after a few months of studying these teachings, one of Drovic’s other sisters, Kalista, followed them, having been instructed to do so by the Matron who was growing suspicious of their activities. After Drovic and Baenra walked into the building, Kalista walked in and confronted them. It was then that as a bronze angelic beauty, with golden hair composed of flowing flame manifested. Kalista was slain instantly, and Drovic and Baenra were stricken with fear.
The avatar spoke “You two have potential. I have followed your progress and I believe you are ready. If you two are willing to forsake the Drow culture of cruelty and follow a path of compassion, you two shall become my first Seraphim. I will transport you to the entrance of the Underdark, empower you, and you two shall preach and fight in my name.”

Drovic and Baenra conversed, then kneeled before the Goddess and accepted her offer. A fiery golden light surrounded them, and they were transported to the entrance of the Underdark. They had white wings and were given new, holy weapons. Drovic his preferred rapiers. and Baenra her staff. Fearing retribution from their family, the two hastily left. After a few days, barely taking enough time to get used to their new powers and abilities as well as the new land, they were confronted by a servant of Lolth sent by their old family.

The two fought the demon, but it proved too strong. Baenra told Drovic to fly, and that she would soon follow. Drovic obliged.

Drovic later returned to find the corpse of the demon, but no Baenra.
It is now Drovic’s ultimate goal to find Baenra to continue their crusade together, for the Goddess Sarenrae.

Nyter's Memories
In Case Anyone Wants a Quick Read

So I basically wrote everything that happened to Nyter, including the very first two sessions we did back in April. Here’s the “journal”.



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