Monday, March 28, 2011

Character Du Jour: Milia Gloriosa

What do you get when you stuff a drama archetype in a little package?


Milia Gloriosa!

Milia Gloriosa is a halfling.  Created by combining A4, S4, and G4 morphs!  Her body is 50% Aiko 4 and 50% the Girl.  Combined with S4 short and petite morphs -- and further reduced to 50% size.  Here she is, compared with one of her soldiers to show her size.

I had the idea when I watched a segment of A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum were Miles Gloriosus was played by a crooning dwarf (with a schlong that makes women swoon!).



Here are her Pathfinder statistics!


Milia Gloriosa
CR 5
XP 1,600
Female halfling paladin 6
LG small humanoid (halfling)
Init
+1; Senses Perception +7
 DEFENSE
AC 22, touch 11, f lat-footed 21 (+8 armor, +1 Dex, +3 shield)
hp
51 (6d10+18)
Fort
+7, Ref +3, Will +4
  OFFENSE
Speed 20 ft.
Melee
+1 longsword with godslayer blessing +12/+7 (1d8+7/19–20) or dagger +9/+4 (1d4+3/19–20)
Ranged
longbow +7/+2 (1d8/×3)
Special Attacks
channel positive energy, smite evil 2/day
Spells (Save DC –
14):
1stBless, Protection from Evil
Sample Dialogue: “Stand aside, everyone!  I take large steps!”

  STATISTICS
Str 14, Dex 12, Con 15, Int 12, Wis 14, Cha 16
Base Atk
+6; CMB +8; CMD 22
Feats
Improved Sunder, Power Attack, Weapon Focus (Longsword)
Skills
Diplomacy +12,  Handle Animal (horses) +12, Knowledge (Religion) +10, Ride +4, Sense Motive +4,  Spellcraft +6
Languages
Common, Halfling
SQ
hafling traits, aura of courage, aura of Good, detect evil, divine bond, divine grace, divine health, lay on hands, mercy
Gear
half-plate, heavy steel shield, +1 frost longsword, dagger, 63 gp


To play her while you game, the best thing to do is have your wife sing "Bring me my bride" but change bride to groom at the table when she's introduced.   Oh, and tell her to ham it up. :D

1 comment:

Locative Group said...

It's Parka, from the Paizo messageboard. My e-mail is ParkaFour at gmail dot com.

Nice poser render- I quite like the proportions on the Paladin. As for the soldier, I can understand the aesthetic appeal of how he's resting his sword, but it looks like it would really, really hurt.

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