Godspell - Skull & Shackles
Half-elf Fighter 2
Aerys Mavato CR 1
Female half-elf fighter 2
N Medium humanoid (elf )
Ranged composite longbow +4 (1d8/×3)
During Combat Aerys prefers to fight with her fists—a tactic
at which she’s remarkably talented, using Power Attack
unless faced by a foe that’s particularly hard to hit.
Morale Aerys flees if reduced to 4 hit points or less, unless
she’s helpful and a PC is in peril, in which case she’ll defend
the PC with her life.
Str 14, Dex 15, Con 12, Int 12, Wis 8, Cha 13
Base Atk +2; CMB +4; CMD 16
Feats Improved Unarmed Strike, Power Attack, Skill Focus
(Craft [poetry]), Weapon Focus (unarmed strike)
Skills Craft (poetry) +9, Linguistics +3, Perception +1,
Profession (sailor) +4, Swim +7
Languages Aklo, Common, Elven, Infernal, Polyglot
SQ bravery +1, elf blood
Gear masterwork studded leather, composite longbow with 20
arrows, ink and quills, partially completed Abendego Cantos,
tricorn hat, 45 gp
Alcoholic (Ex) Aerys is an alcoholic—each day she’s forced to
go without a drink, she is sickened.
Aerys Mavato boarded the Jenivere at Port Peril, and immediately got in a fight with one of the ship’s crewmen when he made an ill-advised suggestion that he and Aerys could share bunks. Aerys soundly humiliated the crewman in the resulting scrap (much to the barely hidden delight of the Jenivere’s first mate), preventing further trouble during the rest of the voyage but sending the brooding half-elf into a selfimposed isolation in her forward cabin where she spent much of her time half-drunk or passed out, filling the gaps between bouts of work on her secret passion—poetry. Aerys has been crafting an epic poem she calls the
Abendego Cantos for many years, and worries that she’ll not be able to finish it before she
Appearance: Aerys is a trim, athletic woman with short dark hair, tanned skin, and fierce blue eyes. She dresses in tightly fitted leather armor and favors dark clothing and tricorn hats.
Personality: Aerys knew from earliest childhood that she wanted to captain her own ship—it didn’t matter whether as merchant, navy, or pirate. Yet as she grew into adulthood as a
woman of rare beauty, she discovered that achieving her dream in such a male-dominated profession would be more difficult than she’d hoped. She downplays her beauty when she can and is quick to mock or even assault anyone who makes flirtatious overtures toward her. She’s recently taken to dulling her anger and frustrations with alcohol.