Lillithia

Description:

Name: Lillithia
Race: Elf
Class: Sorceress(Elemental(Ice)) 6
Age: 127 (Young Adult)
Alignment: NG
Deity: Nethys
Gender: Female
Height: 5’11’’
weight: 120lb.

Str: 10 Mod: +0
Dex: 19 Mod: +4
Con: 14 Mod: +2
Int: 18 Mod: +4
Wis: 11 Mod: +0
Cha: 20 Mod: +3

+++Defense+++
HP: 43
AC: 14
Touch: 14
Flat-Footed: 10
Fort: +4
Ref: +6
Will: +5
CMD: 17
Resistance: Cold(10)

+++Offence+++
Init: +6
Speed: 30ft
Melee: +3
Ranged: +7
CMB: +3

+++Feats+++
1st Spell Focus (Evovation)
2nd Elemental Focus (Ice)
3rd Spell Specialization (Fireball)

+++Spells+++
0 – (Detect Magic, Light, Mage Hand, Ray of Frost, Ghost Sound, Read Magic, Open/Close)
1st – (Magic Missile, Mage Armor, Shocking Grasp, Summon Monster I, Bonus: Burning hands)
2nd – (Flaming Sphere, Alter Self, Bonus: Scorching Ray)
3rd – (Fireball)

Bio:

Lillithia’s early life was simple enough. She was born, and then 12 years later her younger sister was born. Her mother and father were praised for birthing not 1, but 2 healthy baby girls. A feat almost unheard of in elven society.

She and her sister got along fantastically. They were so similar that they were often mistaken for twins. Even their parents, in flustered moments, would confuse the siblings for each other. Then one day Lillithia’s life changed drastically. Her very first date ended very badly. Upset at being rejected, the boy stated that Lillithia’s sister was a whore, and he would try his chances with her instead. She was so enraged at him for insulting her sister, that she lost control. Unfortunately for both of them Lillithia’s sorceress powers were awakening. Not quite sure why, in her rage, she held out her hands. Ice erupted from them and struck the boy, almost killing him.

The next day, two well dressed, and official looking men came to their home and said that Lillithia needed to be sent to a special training facility so she wouldn’t hurt anyone else with her magic. They showed a legal document that stated if she refused to undergo the training, she was to be taken into custody. The family protested, but Lillithia, wracked with guilt, decided it was best, and convinced her parents to let her go. It was hardest to say goodbye to her sister. Tears streaming down both their faces, they promised to write every day.

Once she arrived at the training facility, she found that she was the youngest one there, and was surprised to find her early training didn’t have anything to do with magic at all. Over the course of several years, she was trained to cut all ties with her emotions. She didn’t fully understand why, but she focused hard on her training, knowing the sooner she finished, the sooner she could go home. She continued writing with her sister, all the while her letters becoming more brief and somber. Once she was in absolute control of her emotions, her magical training began.

Soon after that, the nation broke out into war, and she and several others where drafted into service. She continued to write back to the few letters that made it to her. War came easy for Lillithia. After the first battle she was in, several of the men around her broke down and began to weep, for the men they killed and their slain comrades. Lillithia, who had slain a few men herself, showed no emotion whatsoever, but was heard commenting on what a shameful waste of life the battle had been.

Some time after that, she was called into a meeting with her superiors. They informed her that her family had requested that she be allowed to return home to see her mother, who was dying of a powerful disease, but that her absence from the battlefield would make too much of a difference. She emotionlessly agreed. She then sent her last letter to her family, telling them that she wouldn’t be able to make it home. She received no more letters.

Months later, the war ended. She made her way back to her hometown. When she arrived, she found that her family’s living quarters were empty, and not well looked after. After a while of waiting she began to ask around. Upon finding out the house had been vacant for some time, she decided to inquire at the resource office. She was informed that her father had passed soon after her mother, and her sister had seemed to disappear before that. She calmly thanked the man for the information and departed, leaving the man taken aback at her reaction to the news of her father’s death. She returned to her house and began to clean. She entered her sister’s room, and after a little bit of dusting, she noticed an old, tattered spell book. The cover looked scratched and torn at. She opened the cover and saw a note in her sister’s handwriting. The note indicated a plan her sister had. She had planned to learn wizardry and use it to make people think she was a sorceress also. Then she and Lillithia could be together again. She then noticed what appeared to be a fresh damp spot on the page. Then another. Then she realized they were tears that were falling from her eyes. She closed the book, stating to herself that it would be difficult to read anything if her body insisted on ignoring her mind.

The next day she decided to go looking for her sister. She was reluctant to do so, because she knew that her sister was upset with her for not coming home.

Lillithia

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