Here's the latest update to my Character Codex project! In case you missed the first update (gallery here), I'm going to be going through all 77 race/class combinations in the Pathfinder Core Rulebook. Before we get started, let me ask you to go check out the Chronicle comic! Even though I'm having fun with the Codex the comic is my main focus. It updates every Thursday, so come back tomorrow for a new strip! Also, if you like what you see and you want your own character drawn, I'm running a sale on Character Sketches.
Okay, enough promotion! So, today we have the Dwarf Cleric and Dwarf Druid!
For the Dwarf Cleric, I went pretty traditional; armor, hammer, beard. I imagined him as being a lower level character, so not much in the way of gear. He's a priest of Jax, the dwarven god in Chronicle. Rather than have a separate holy symbol, Jax's priests use their weapon which has been blessed. Here he's turning some unknown undead. It's a bit rough and a little plain, but I'm still pleased with it.
For the Dwarf Druid, I went a little out of the ordinary. First off, yes, that is indeed a bearded female dwarf. The bearded women thing with dwarves has always been a bit of a controversy. Some say it's just a joke and they don't actually have beards, some say it's mandatory. Pathfinder's (and D&D's, if I recall) official stance is that they do not, in fact, have beards. The official Chronicle stance is that they once had beards, but after the dwarf nation traded its swords for plowshares, the hirsute look fell out of fashion. Now only, the most uncivilized dwarven women have beards. I figured a druid would fit in that category. She's a mountain druid and fairly high level, pulling off some earth bending moves. I'm super pleased with this one. The spearhead looks rough, I may go back and correct that. But, I'm happy with everything else.
Next week, is the Dwarf Fighter and Dwarf Monk (and Dwarf Paladin, if I get time)!