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|Prostitute CR 1|
Human expert 1/rogue 1
N Medium humanoid
Init +2; Senses Perception +5
|AC 12, touch 12,
flat-footed 10 (+2 Dexterity)
hp 11 (2d8+2)
Fort +1, Ref +4, Will +2
|Speed 30 ft.
Melee dagger -1 (1d41/1920) or sap -1 (1d6-1 nonlethal)
Ranged dagger +2 (1d4-1/1920)
Special Attacks sneak attack +1d6
|Strength 8, Dexterity 14, Constitution
13, Intelligence 12, Wisdom 10, Charisma 17
Base Atk +0; CMB -1; CMD 11
Feats Deceitful, Skill Focus (Profession [courtesan])
Skills Acrobatics +6, Bluff +10, Diplomacy +8, Disguise +11, Knowledge (local) +5, Perception +5, Perform (act) +8, Perform (dance) +8, Profession (courtesan) +8, Sense Motive +5, Sleight of Hand +7
Languages Common, Elven
SQ trapfinding +1
Gear dagger, sap, elixir of love, Disguise kit
Boon A prostitute can set up a meeting with a current or former client. Because the PCs know of the clients connection to the prostitute, they suffer a -2 penalty on Diplomacy checks with that person, but gain a +2 bonus on Intimidate and Sense Motive checks.
Prostitutes are workers for hire in the field of love. From cheap trollops to brazen strumpets, saucy tarts to haughty courtesans, they work the streets and backroom brothels of cities and towns, tending to the wants, needs, and dark desires of their clients, often in elaborate costume and makeup for erotic roleplay. Most prostitutes have at least a little larceny in their hearts, however, and those who procure their services would be well advised to keep a close eye on their purses. Prostitutes could be used as members of a harem or an actors troupe. A prostitute might also be a nobles or wealthy businessmans mistress, or even a barmaid looking to make a little money on the side. Prostitutes also make good low-level spies or undercover agents. A dealer might serve as pimp for a group of four prostitutes (CR 6), or eight prostitutes might be performers in a minstrel's show (CR 8). A harem of six prostitutes is usually guarded by a eunuch slaver (CR 7). A barkeep might have a prostitute on his staff, along with two barmaids (CR 5), or a prostitute may be found in the company of a pair of noble scions (CR 5).
Evil streetwalkers sometimes turn to the demon prince Socothbenoth as a compassionate and approving father figure who views them not just as children, but as prophets of a new age of unbridled expressionism and limitless pleasures. As patron of prostitutes and perversion, the demon prince Socothbenoth occasionally gives his followers a push in the direction of sublime pleasures that involve crimes such as murder.
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