Greetings Chroniclers! We're back after a bit of a break. I apologize for the radio silence, but I took a much needed holiday and am back and ready to draw!
If you're new here, I'm drawing my way through all 77 race/class combinations in the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Core Rulebook. We're currently doing the half-elves. If you've missed any previous entries you can catch up HERE!
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Now, let's take a look at this week's Half-Elves!
Up next, is the Half-elf Druid. One of the chosen of Belagaea, Mother of The Wild, this druid walks the wilderness protecting nature and warding off those who would destroy it.
This half-elf shows tendencies more towards her elven side, in this case a Saesyn or wild elf. She may either be a wise woman in a Saesyn tribe or a guardian roaming the Deep Wood.
First up is the Half-elf Cleric. This fellow is a cleric of Dikai, the god of Order and Protection in Chronicle. One of the neat things about clerics on Pathfinder is that they are proficient with the favored weapon of their particular deity. So this guy gets a nice longsword to use!
As with the last half-elves I wanted to shoe how some half-elves identify more with their human side and some identify with their elf side. Dikai is predominantly worshiped by humans, as legend has it that he created the humans. This cleric was apparently raised in human civilization and in the worship of Dikai.
Followers of Dikai seek peace through law and order and often adventure in order to protect the common folk and keep order throughout the land.
That's it for this week! Next week, we'll be looking at the Half-Elf Fighter, Monk, and possibly (depending on time) Paladin.
Finally, make sure to come back for the new Chronicle strip tomorrow!