Posted by: davflamerock | August 26, 2013

Player Characters: Heroes of Divinity

Today I’ve got a couple more pictures to put up from the last D&D party I ran, this time being the divine spellcasters. Enjoy!

Kieran, the Last Druid

I’ll admit, I’m exceptionally impressed by Kieran’s player, and not just because she wanted to play an elf child riding a dinosaur. I warned her that the world would think her people dead, and that they would treat her with hostility upon discovering she was a druid. She spent the first HALF of the adventure hiding her druidic magic, even from the rest of the party. And then she couldn’t even make it regularly to the rest of the sessions, so she barely got to play the druid she had made! But the character was a fantastic one, and during the finale she was able to meet her long-dead mentor (who had reincarnated himself into a tree beneath the Trazan capitol building) so there was that.

Kieran, the Wanderer. The last druid despite his young age. (His dinosaur has yet to be painted)

Kieran, the Wanderer. The last druid despite his young age. (His dinosaur has yet to be painted)

Kieran's Back

Kieran Back

Kara

On the flip side of the coin, we have Kara: an angel from Carter and Amora’s world with something to prove and total outward assurance. A self-proclaimed cleric of chaos, she rivaled the rogues in her ability to talk people into getting what she wanted and was not averse to using magic to reinforce her will when needed. But she was just as fickle to her party as to her foes–when everything came to a head, she gladly took control of Yantse’s cohort to make him turn on his friend and companion. A late addition but a dynamic party-changer, Kara was a key part of the party and an excellent protagonist.

Kara, Cleric of Chaos. Most of her action came through dialog and archery.

Kara, Cleric of Chaos. Most of her action came through dialog and archery.

Kara Back

Kara Back

 

Just a few more characters left, with Chava on the way, Yantse finished, and two more (Hall and Cyw/Chompy) to paint!

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  1. Whatever are you going to do when they are all painted???????


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