Village Elder (Human Commoner level 8 )

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Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528) Title Portrait of Dürer's Father at the age of 70 years Date 1497Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528) Title Portrait of Dürer's Father at the age of 70 years Date 1497
Village Elder
Human CR 2
XP 600Any Medium Humanoid
Commoner level 8 (skill points 44) Commoner
Init 0; Senses ; Listen +0; Spot +0
AC 13, Touch 10, flat footed 13 ( Leather, Shield, none)
(+1 Natural, +2 armor)
hp 20 (0d8+8d4);
Fort +2, Ref +2, Will +2
Speed 30
Single Attack(+1/+0) Quarterstaff +4 (1d6-1)
Full Attack (+1/+0) Quarterstaff +4 (1d6-1)
Space 5ft.; Reach 5
Special Attacks
Strength 9, Dexterity 11, Constitution 10, Intelligence 13, Wisdom 10, Charisma 12
Base Attack 4 Grapple 3
Feats Leadership: Attract cohort and followers, Negotiator: +2 Diplomacy +2 Sense motive, Persuasive: +2 Bluff +2 Intimidate,
Simple Weapon Proficiency, Skill Focus (Diplomacy): +3 Diplomacy
Skills Bluff 5, Climb -1, Craft 1, Diplomacy 10, Intimidate 8, Jump -1, Know Local 6, Listen 0, Perception 4, Perform Oratory 3, Ride 2, Sense Motive 6, Spot 0, Swim -1, Use Rope 0
Languages Common
Environment Any
Organization Company 10-20, Band 30-100, Squad 4-8
Treasure Standard
MAGIC ITEMS (max value 2000) Total Value = 2300
Amulet of natural armour (+1) +1 Nat armour (2000gp)
Masterwork Quarterstaff (300gp)


As a respected person in his community, an elder takes it upon himself to stand up to any troublemakers in her village despite his advancing years. He maintains a fine political balance between the clergy, merchants, and commoners in his town, using diplomacy and information to defuse arguments.

If anyone attacks the elder, he calls for guards (warriors 3) and recruits (warriors 1) to protect him, and most other townsfolk call for additional help if they can not or dare not assist her directly.

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