Wrenn Tana

Level 2 Forest Gnome Druid

Description:

Level 2 Druid (Circle of the moon) (2190xp)
Forest Gnome
NG
Age 22
3’2" (Size: Small) 35 lbs
25 ft walking speed
Darkvision

STR: 17 (3)
DEX: 13 (1)
CON: 11 (0)
INT: 16 (3)
WIS: 14 (2)
CHA: 12 (1)

9 HP
AC: 15
Proficiency Bonus: +2

Languages:
Common
Gnomish
Druidic
Sylvan

Weapons:
Spear (5) 1d8 3
Dart (3) 1d4 +3
Javelin (5/3) 1d6
3

Proficiencies:
Light/medium armor, shield
clubs, daggers, darts, javelins, maces, quarterstaves, scimitars, sickles, slings, spears
Herbalism kit
Nature
Perception
Athletics
Survival
Perform: Voice

Features:
Gnome Cunning (Advantage on INT/WIS/CHA saves vs. magic)
Speak With Small Beasts (use sounds and gestures to communicate ideas and instructions to animals size Small or smaller)
Wanderer (Advantage on foraging)
Wild Shape (2/short rest for minor shapes OR 2/long rest for combat shapes)
Circle of the Moon
– Combat Wild Shape: transforming is a bonus action
– Circle Forms: Wild Shape CR 1

Spells (3/day)

Cantrips:
Minor Illusion
Shillelagh
Thorn Whip

Level 1:
Entangle
Fog Cloud
Healing Word

Inventory:
Druidic Focus (Staff) – 4 lbs
Hide Armor – 8 lbs
Spear – 2 lbs
Darts (8) – 2 lbs
Bedroll – 4 lbs
Rations (8 days) – 20 lbs
Waterskin – 5 lbs
Tinderbox – 1 lb
Herbalism Kit – 5 lbs
Wooden Shield – 4 lbs
Traveller’s Clothes – 3 lbs
Backpack – 4 lbs
Hempen Rope, 50 ft – 10 lbs
Javelins x2 – 4 lbs
Ritual Components x4 – 4 lbs
Total – 81.5 lbs
425 gp, 1 silver

Bio:

Background: Outlander (guide)
Wrenn lived on the edge of a tiny community of Forest Gnomes deep in the woods, watching to make sure they could live in good accord with the land. When the balance of the forest was shattered by population growth and expansion and the forest gnomes moved on Wrenn slipped away. Ashamed of her inability to preserve the balance, Wrenn fled far from all she knew.,

Traits: (edited, as they were half-assed the first time)
1. My job would be a lot easier if it occurred to people that leaving things alone is always an option.
2. The safety and comfort of my companions is my chief responsibility- whether they would agree with me on that or not.

Ideal:
I want to move through the natural world like a knife through a pond. Forget “leaving my mark”- I want the balance of nature not to notice I was ever there unless things need a nudge.

Bond:
I can’t look my town, my people, or my mentor in the eye until I’ve learned enough never to make that same mistake again. Then, maybe, I can go back.

Flaw:
I’d rather disappear and be forgotten than stand up for my heart’s ideals.

Wrenn Tana

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