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Paladin - Seelah

As a starving young orphan, Seelah encountered a paladin and became fascinated by her shining helm. She stole the helmet, an act that led to the paladin's death in a subsequent battle. In the aftermath, the guilt-stricken girl climbed onto the holy warrior's pyre, only to be saved by the other paladins, who took her in and made her one of them. At first, Seelah fought to atone for her deeds, but since she has become a full and devout champion of Iomedae, goddess of justice.

Rise of the Runelords Character Add-On Deck

Skills

Strength d8 ☐+1 ☐+2 ☐+3 ☐+4
Melee Strength +2
Dexterity d4 ☐+1
Constitution d8 ☐+1 ☐+2 ☐+3
Intelligence d4 ☐+1 ☐+2
Wisdom d8 ☐+1 ☐+2 ☐+3
Divine Wisdom +2
Charisma d10 ☐+1 ☐+2

Role Powers

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Hand Size 4 ☐ 5
Proficient with Light Armors | Heavy Armors | Weapons
You may discard the top card of your deck to add 1d6 (☐+1) to your check. If the top card was a blessing (☐ or spell), recharge it instead of discarding it.
You may examine the top card of your location deck at the start (☐ or end) of your turn. If it's a boon, put it on the bottom of the deck.

Crusader

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Champions of their deity's cause, these heroes battle evil by relying on their skill at arms and the holy might of their righteous lord.
Hand Size 4 ☐ 5 6
Proficient with Light Armors | Heavy Armors | Weapons
You may discard the top card of your deck to add 1d6 (☐+1) (+2) (+3) to your check. If the top card was a blessing (☐ or spell), recharge it instead of discarding it.
You may examine the top card of your location deck at the start (☐ or end) of your turn. If it's a boon, put it on the bottom ( or underneath the top card) of the deck.
When another character at your location is dealt Combat damage, reduce that damage by 1.
Add 1d8 with the Magic trait to your check to defeat a bane with the Undead trait.
When you play the Blessing of Iomedae, you may recharge it ( or shuffle it into your deck) instead of discarding it.

Hospitaler

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These holy knights bring justice to foes but share their mercy with allies, healing and fortifying the righteous with their deity's holy might.
Hand Size 4 ☐ 5 6 7
Proficient with Light Armors | Heavy Armors | Weapons
You may discard the top card of your deck to add 1d6 (☐+1) (+2) (+3) to your check. If the top card was a blessing (☐ or spell), recharge it instead of discarding it.
You may examine the top card of your location deck at the start (☐ or end) of your turn. If it's a boon, put it on the bottom ( or underneath the top card) of the deck.
During your turn, you may bury a Divine card and choose a character at your location to shuffle 1d4+1 random cards from his discard pile into his deck.
When you play Blessing of Iomedae, you may recharge it ( or shuffle it into your deck) instead of discarding it.

Cards List

Favored Card Type: Armor Recommended Starting Deck
Weapon 3 ☐ 4 ☐ 5 Longsword, Mace, Short Sword
Spell 1

☐ 2 ☐ 3

Cure
Armor 3 ☐ 4 ☐ 5 Half-Plate (2), Wooden Shield
Item
Ally 2 ☐ 3 ☐ 4 Night Watch, Standard Bearer
Blessing 6 ☐ 7 ☐ 8 Blessing of the Gods (6)