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Miri Greycastle, Cleric of Lathander

Level 1 human cleric (Light), soldier background

Armor Class 18
Hit Points 10; Hit Dice 1d8

Mace +2 (1d6 bludgeoning)
Light crossbow +3 (1d8+1 piercing, range 80/320)

Spellcasting (spell attack +5; spell save DC 13)
cantrips: knows light, mending, sacred flame, thaumaturgy
1st (2 slots): prepare 4 plus burning hands, faerie fire
Warding Flare (3/day): When you are attacked by a creature within 30 feet of you that you can see, you can use your reaction to impose disadvantage on the attack roll. An attacker that can’t be blinded is immune to this feature.

Military Rank: You have a military rank from your career as a soldier. Soldiers loyal to Sembia still recognize your authority and influence, and they defer to you if they are of a lower rank. You can invoke your rank to exert influence over other soldiers and requisition simple equipment or horses for temporary use. You can also usually gain access to friendly military encampments and fortresses where your rank is recognized.

Abilities Str 10, Dex 12, Con 14, Int 11, Wis 16, Cha 14
Skills Athletics +2, Intimidation +4, Medicine +5, Religion +2
Saving Throws Wisdom +5, Charisma +4
Tool Proficiencies dice, vehicles (land)

Equipment insignia of rank, a piece of a banner from the war with Scardale, set of bone dice, set of common clothes, a belt pouch containing 10 gp, scale mail, shield, mace, light crossbow, 20 bolts, priest’s pack (backpack, blanket, 10 candles, tinderbox, alms box, 2 blocks of incense, censer, vestments, 2 days of rations, waterskin), holy symbol

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