Have you ever wanted to play Thelana in D&D? Well NOW you can! As long as you’ve got an open minded DM and a gaming group willing to accept an Ilmarin into the campaign, refer to the stat block below, which approximates Thelana’s abilities in Hedonia, when she first climbed into the Temple of Sargonus at the beginning of Ages of Aenya.
Strength: 12 +1
Intelligence: 10 +0
Wisdom: 13 +1
Dexterity: 18 +4
Constitution: 17 +3
Charisma: 12 +1
5th level Ranger / 4th level Rogue (+4)
Armor Class: 17 (nude) / 14 (clothed)
Hit Points: 89
Short Sword: +8 x2 / 1d6 +4 (short sword)
Longbow: +10 / 1d8 +4 (range 150/600)
Alignment: Chaotic Good
Saving Throws: Strength +5, Dexterity +8
Skills: Acrobatics +8, Athletics +5, Nature +9, Perception (nude) +9, Stealth +8
Racial Feats: Alert (while nude)
Ranger Abilities: Natural Explorer (forests, plains), Favored Enemy: bogren (goblins), horg (orcs), Fighting Style (archery +2), Primeval Awareness | Rogue Abilities: Cunning Action, Second-Story Work, Sneak Attack +2d6
Spells: Hunter’s Mark, Jump, Locate Animals or Plants, Pass Without Trace
Henna Tattoo: Taking ten minutes to apply, this pattern gives Thelana resistance to cold while nude. The pattern fades after one week.
Equipment: Bowsword, hunting knife, hip quiver, arrows, jade cloak, henna mixture
BACKSTORY: Thelana is born in the river valleys of Ilmarinen, the middle child in a family of twelve. Her eldest brother, Borz, is sold into slavery when she is very young. As the dark hemisphere continues to creep eastward, the resulting famine forces Thelana into the wild. Her life is spent on the edge of survival, hunting for prey while hiding from predators. Wounded by a cannibalistic half-man, she is rescued by Captain Dantes and taken to a nearby military encampment, where she proves her archery skills and is recruited into the Kratan army. Years pass until, on the Plains of Narth, their forces are decimated by the bogren and horg, and Thelana, torn with longing for the life she knew, abandons the battlefield. In Ilmarinen, she finds the crops and ilm flowers have withered. There is no trace of her family.
Want to know more about Thelana? Read all about her adventures in Ages of Aenya, and look for the upcoming prequel novella, The Feral Girl, a survival tale detailing the years she spent living alone in the Wildwood.
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