Pillars of State
“Purity of mind and idleness are incompatible” -High Automata mantra
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Jack A32, level 5 Warforged, Artificer Build: Tinkerer Artificer Background: Curious Archeologist (+2 to Perception)
FINAL ABILITY SCORES
Str 10, Con 13, Dex 10, Int 21, Wis 15, Cha 8.
STARTING ABILITY SCORES
Str 8, Con 11, Dex 10, Int 20, Wis 14, Cha 8.
AC: 20 Fort: 15 Reflex: 18 Will: 17 HP: 45 Surges: 7 Surge Value: 11
Arcana +12 History +12 Perception +11 Diplomacy +6 Heal +9
Acrobatics +2 Bluff +1 Dungeoneering +4 Endurance +5 Insight +4 Intimidate +3 Nature +4 Religion +7 Stealth +2 Streetwise +1 Thievery +2 Athletics +2
Artificer: Ritual Caster Level 1: Defensive Minions Level 2: Potent Restorables Level 4: Distant Advantage
Artificer at-will 1: Magic Weapon Artificer at-will 1: Thundering Armor Artificer encounter 1: Shielding Cube Artificer daily 1: Obedient Servant Artificer utility 2: Restorative Infusion Artificer encounter 3: Lightning Sphere Artificer daily 5: Flameheart Defender
Ritual Book, Leather Armor, Alchemical Reagents (Arcana), Travel Papers, Mystic Salves (Heal), Rare Herbs (Nature), Sanctified Incense (Religion), Inquisitive’s Kit, Fine Clothing, Implement, Orb, Implement, Rod, Implement, Staff, Repeating crossbow, Magazine (5), Reading Spectacles (heroic tier) RITUALS Brew Potion, Disenchant Magic Item, Enchant Magic Item, Make Whole
Jack A32 hails from the A32 house of the The Warforged Technocracy. He, alongside two other warforged from rivaling houses, are the next in line for the prestigious honor of serving as High Automata. But, before any can be raised to the position, they must first prove their own particular scientific theories in a natural environment outside of the Technocracy’s insular world. Only the most applicable and well developed theory will be chosen, and its creator is raised to the position of High Automata. Thus Jack A32 has set out, taking on what he believes to be an unassuming name, in hopes of proving his theory of the mathematical nature and application of magic to non-magical items.
A well shaped hunk of metal standing at 7’1” draped in a blue and gold gown would be a strange sight in any typical city street, yet Jack A32 does not attempt to hide his form. He is in fact very interested in the people around him, the construction and architecture of their buildings, and their everyday way of life. Most particularly he finds the workings of non-sentinent mechanical objects and the combination of magic with every day items to be most fascinating as they apply directly to his field of study. He is reserved in thought and speech, but will not hesitate to correct or educate an individual on any particular subject within his field. His current record for lecturing his fellow travelers is a three day marathon session on the contrasts between his current theory of mathematical application of general magic and the theory of relative application of spiritual/psionic forces on tribal communities proposed by rival house A44.