Sir Borac Kyristian
by Clive Squire
Aura of Evil (9), Dark Blessing, Detect Good, Rebuke Undead (1d20+9, 2d6+8, 4/day), Smite Good (+1 to hit, +2 damage, 3/day), Spontaneous Casting (inflict).
Bluff +2, Concentration +7, Diplomacy +4, Handle Animal +3, Intimidate +6, Knowledge (arcana) +2, Knowledge (religion) +5, Ride +5, Sense Motive +5, Speak Language (infernal), Spellcraft +2.
Alertness, Extra Smiting*, Intimidating Charge*, Mounted Combat, Power Attack, Ride-by-Attack. *Knightly Orders of Ansalon
Infernal, Common, Nerakese.
Cleric Spells Prepared (caster level 8):
+3 longspear +10/+5 melee or +11 ranged (1d8+5)
Full plate mail, +2 light steel shield, +3 longspear.
Borac is a tall human, while not unattractive, he retains the pinched look of someone who went hungry for many years when they were young. He often wears full knightly regalia of a Skull Clerist and enjoys the looks of terror and fear that his appearance brings out of common people.
Borac Kyristian has always been part of the faithful of Takhisis, ever since the time when he was an orphaned lad on the streets of Sanction. He would hang about the church and won the trust of the clerics of Takhisis at the Dark Queen's temple.
He eventually entered the church and worked his way up through the ranks to become a priest of Takhisis and assassinated the former corrupt high priest and took his place within the church.
His action brought him to the notice of the Knights of Takhisis where he trained with the Knights of the Lily before entering the Knights of the Skull. He was part of the Knights of Takhisis that entered the Lord City of Palanthus and he set watch over the Temple of Paladine.
He has become close to one of the parishioners of the Temple of Takhisis, a young widow named Ayleth, who lost her husband due to a wasting illness.
Borac Kyristian is first and foremost, a survivor. Having been orphaned as a young lad, he has learned the lessons that he must rely on his own talents and grab whatever opportunities arise if he going to get anywhere. Early in his life he was impressed by the local priests of Takhisis and the power that they wielded.
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