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Mirra Soothe

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A lonely and scared fairy looking for someone to heal her home.

Special Equipment:

Fairy dust. She can use fairy dust up to twice a day to make cantrips superpowered. Superpowered cantrips can actually do damage and otherwise change things, but any spell effects higher than 3rd level are immpossible.

Appearance:

Mirra has four iridescant wings, like a dragonfly, although three have nicks from the destruction of her nest. She wears tiny scraps of cloth in earth tones and ties her hair back into a single ponytail. If she sleeps, her hair picks up the colors of the surronding enviroment, brown for the open road, green for overland, greyish for cities, black for underground. Her hair changes colors if she has an allergic reaction.

Background:

Mirra Soothe grew up in a magical glade in a powerful forest. The glade was the center of the forests power, lettign all the creatures in the forest lead long and healthy lives. Then a wraith turned a fairy from the village into a fairy wraith and it came back to the village and destroyed everyone she had ever known.

After escaping the slaughter, she was asked by the spirit of the forest to find a new gaurdian to watch over the glade. She now wanders the land to find someone who can heal and protect her home.

Roleplaying Notes:

Mirra knows nature and healling spells, but very little in the way of attack. She’s never needed it. She’s not very old, more of an adolecent, and has only learned up to around 3rd level magics. What she does know, she knows well and can perform better than others, because she has a bit of the power of the forest in her, so she can get a couple of extra points out of her magic.

Mirra is allergic to Blueberry pies and the Undead. The presence of either within 25 feet will make her sneeze and her hair change color. It becomes wildly different, neon pinks, reds, yellows, and greens, and often rainbowed as well. She has to make a Constitution check every turn to stifle a sneeze, but will always take her actions later because of the distraction.

She is also afraid of the undead, as they are not only the exact opposite of what she believes in, but recently killed everyone she had ever known.



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MoonHunter
November 5, 2005, 16:58
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The voting population did not comment on this, nor did the over one thousand other viewers this post has had.
Voted manfred
December 5, 2007, 13:22
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What an oldie! The stats produce some involuntary twitches, but it is not at all bad. The plot hook attached to her is solid, and there are a few nice touches (like the Blueberry pies :) ).

It would be interesting to know the way in which her home can be healed... even if she doesn't really know. One option I could see, is that the forest would turn a hopeful character into a fairy (that could be a way out for a dying character, actually). Even more fun would be, if the helper wouldn't know it beforehand. :p
Voted valadaar
May 8, 2013, 21:22
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This would be a good hook for a low level adventure. I like how understated it is.
Voted caesar193
June 30, 2013, 15:17
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I like how she's useful, but in a limited way. She'll certainly help the party as an early warning beacon for attacks of the undead sort (or help by tracking down pie). Is there a reason that she's alergic to the pie? Is she allergic to the blueberries in the pie, or a certain ingredient within the dough, or what?


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