Meldin Skeggi

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Meldin Skeggi, level 3
Human, Paladin
Build: Ardent Paladin

Str 20, Con 11, Dex 10, Int 10, Wis 14, Cha 8.

Str 18, Con 11, Dex 10, Int 10, Wis 14, Cha 8.

AC: 22 Fort: 19 Reflex: 16 Will: 16
HP: 38 Surges: 10 Surge Value: 9

Intimidate +5, Religion +6, History +6, Heal +8, Diplomacy +5

Acrobatics -3, Arcana +1, Bluff, Dungeoneering +3, Endurance -3, Insight +3, 
Nature +3, Perception +3, Stealth -3, Streetwise, Thievery -3, Athletics +2

Human: Powerful Charge
Level 1: Initiate of the Faith
Level 2: Defensive Mobility

Bonus At-Will Power: Valiant Strike
Lay on Hands: Lay on Hands
Paladin at-will 1: Bolstering Strike
Paladin at-will 1: Enfeebling Strike
Paladin encounter 1: Radiant Smite
Paladin daily 1: On Pain of Death
Paladin utility 2: Martyr's Blessing
Paladin encounter 3: Trial of Strength

Adventurer's Kit, Longsword


   1. My father, Hrolf, was from the royal Skeggi family of Tune, a prince. My mother, Svan,
met him while he was on an adventure to Harstad where she worked as a maid for the lady dame 
in the house Reinn. Their love was a forbidden and passionate love. In time, however, 
the Royals of Skeggi saw in her the good that my father had seen in Harstad. They accepted 
her and welcomed her into their family. 
            Hrolf Skeggi was well known for his torturous defeat of Savalo Unn during the 
Skirmish of the Hidden Glyn where he saved 7 small children from being eaten by the savages 
in that area. While Svan was brave, she died during childbirth.
   2. I have 4 brothers, quadruplets. Skap, Ham, Ivar and Paul.
         1. Skap, Ham, and Ivar joined the navy at 17. Each of them have numerous tales of 
mischief and mayhem from the trials of their time at sea. Paul remains home, caring for our 
aging father. As the youngest, Tune law requires that he remain out of the service in order 
to ensure the continuance of the family name.
   3. As royalty, we enjoy all of the comforts that most people only dream of. 
         1. We keep a modest number of servants, from carriage washers to kitchen masters and 
homing birds which we use extensively for communication.
   4. Do you remember any battles? Not the sort of battle that's recorded in history, only 
the kind of battle for more sex that sometimes ends well and sometimes doesn't.
         1. If so, did you know someone who was wounded? Mortally? See Scar Story...
   5. Was religion a large component of your upbringing?
      As a result of my mother's death, our father determined that no strict religion would 
be adhered to any longer, however my own personal search brought me back into the secret 
pursuit of Freyja.
         1. Previous to his assertion, our lineage had long been connected with the goddess 
Freyja. It has been long held among the natives of Tune that this faith lead to my mother's 
death as hers was a greater multiple pregnancy than that of Freyja's own. 
   6. I love the memories I have where my father would take me out and train me in the ways 
of the soldiers. He would take me out into the forests and teach me all of the latest 
techniques that were being practiced by the most elite of fighters.
   7. While I spend a good deal of time adventuring and competing, I haven't traveled far 
from home and still host frequent meals for my father and brothers.
         1. My brothers remain unaware of my cavorting and fighting prowess, though not unaware 
of my competitiveness. They wouldn't been surprised if I were to send word to them requesting 
their assistance to get myself out of a bind.


   1. I had my coming-of-age when I was 12 years old.
         1. What was required of you during the rites of passage? All women must visit the red 
tent at least once in their lives. The most common visit is during the first opportunity. While 
other, older women were present, the younger among us learned the arts of being a woman in the 
         2. The most challenging part of being in the _red tent_ is the relentless competition of 
women. There are no kind women. No woman should be fooled by the wiles we learn. We are taught 
early to be relentless and self serving for the purposes of our pleasure and personal gain. 
   2. I have fought, long and hard. Though not for the advancement of my people. Only for the 
furtherance of my own reputation as one who should not be taken advantage of. 
         1. The wounds from my chosen life style are not often visible to those I encounter. 
They are often deeply held and very private pains that I wrestle with. Right vs. Wrong and the 
internal battles of someone who has given her body so freely to men and her mind so wholly to 
   3. Love is for the weak
         1. Dale Tradewinds was my first lover with whom I'd allowed any sort of connection to 
grow. We spent time together throughout many adventures, though he still remains relatively 
disconnected from my life as a whole. I often have caught him dreaming of a future with me, 
someone of royal birth who might elevate his own lineage. I find it sad that he would have any 
such thought as this regarding a future with me. My path is not one of settling down but one of 
discovery and adventure.
         2. I have no children.
   4. My father saw to my schooling. Girls aren't to be educated in our society, but he made 
sure I was equipped and headstrong in the ways of the world and in the expectations of man.
         1. Have you extensively studied History? Arcana? Religion?
         2. As a woman in high society, I have been limited to  vocational training in things 
such as patchwork and baking. Neither of which serve me much outside of the luring of conquests. 


   1. Winning in competition is one of the greatest joys for me.
   2. A girl can never have too much cleavage.
   3. Excitement coursed through my veins to consider the unknown challenges that await.
         1. Do you plan on competing? In what?
         2. If you do not plan on competing, why are you going?


   1. I have some scarring in my saddle region. This was due to an encounter I had with a 
warring dark knight. While I had wooed him with whiles and firmly mounted him. I endured 
countless injuries from his spiky armor. While I was having my way with him, I continued 
fighting off the rebels he traveled with. With each kill I made with my longsword, my climax 
grew higher and higher until all the was left was one last mongrel. Just as he breathed his 
last breath through the gaping wound in his neck left by my sword, the dark knight reached 
his climax. I killed him immediately and then rested alongside his carcass as the salt from 
my sweat worked to begin the healing of my wounds. 
   2. Hair:
         1. What is your hair color?
            Black, quite nearly blue
         2. What is your hair style?
            Long, wavy, and windblown, though often tied in a knot and tucked into my cloak.
   3. Eyes:
         1. What is your eye color?
            Ocean blue
   4. What is your body style and build?
      Lean, long, and curvy in all the right places
         1. Do you exercise often?
            Most often, I run for exercise.
   5. What types of clothes do you wear?

         1. Do you favor a color?


   1. What is your greatest pet peeve?
   2. How would you react if you were forced to take the life of an innocent?
   3. Would you rather sleep on the ground or on a soiled bed? The ground, please. 
   4. Would you steal food if you were starving? Nope. I will always find a way to earn a meal.
   5. Would you steal food for another if they were starving? Nope. but I'd give the others 
tips for obtaining it themselves.
   6. If you see two people fighting, do you intervene? Only if one of them would be a decent 
suiter, or at least a decent lover.
         1. If one pulls a weapon? I am not intimidated by weaponry.
   7. Do you drink alcohol? No, but I often serve it for the purpose of weakening my opponent.
         1. How often? as often as necessary.
         2. To excess? Certainly not. Excessive consumption leads to unsatisfactory trysts. 

Meldin Skeggi

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