Character du Jour: Clahkent of Greyhawk

Here’s my first contribution to the Justice League of Faerun, the noble Aasimar Paladin Clahkent of Greyhawk. He was going to be Human, but Stuart suggested the Aasimar race. Perfect!

For the Aasimar race I’ve used the Eldarin race but replaced Fey Step with the Mobile Melee Attack (from the MM Angel of Battle) usable once per encounter.

Clahkent Lawful Good Male Aasimar Paladin-10
Str 18, Con 12, Dex12, Int 14, Wis 13, Cha 15

HP 86, bloodied 43, surges 21 x 13/day
AC 25 (Battleforged Plate +2, Dwarven Greaves & Cloak of Survival +2), Fort 22, Ref 20, Will 21, Squares 5
Durable, Improved Initiative, Power Attack, Powerful Charge, Toughness, Weapon Focus (Heavy Blade)
Resist 5 fire & Resist 5 cold

Thundering Longsword +2: +14 vs AC, 1d8+7, versatile
Divine Challenge/at-will, Lay On Hands/at-will, Holy Strike +14 vs AC, Valiant Strike/at-will +14 [add # of adjacent foes] vs AC
Mobile Melee Attack/enc, Divine Mettle/enc, Divine Strength/enc
Radiant Smite/enc +14 vs AC, Arcing Smite/enc +14 vs AC, Thunder Smite/enc +14 vs AC
Sacred Circle/day, Paladin’s Judgment/day +14 vs AC, Martyr’s Retribution/day +14 vs AC
Wrath of the Gods/day, Noble Shield/day, One Stands Alone/day +7  vs will
Trance, Divine Challenge

Arcana +9, Diplomacy +12, Endurance +11, Heal +11, History +9, Insight +11, Religion +12

Holy carp I just made Superman in 4e D&D. I’m definitely losing it :D .

Note: The City of Greyhawk, of course, doesn’t exist in the Faerun setting. Just like Metropolis doesn’t exist in the real world. Meaning Clahkent comes from a non-existent place in a fantasy world. Try working that out without alcohol!

7 Comments on “Character du Jour: Clahkent of Greyhawk”

  1. Clearly Clahkent was sent as a baby from Greyhawk by his father, Jor-Melf, shortly before that world was destroyed by the Great Edition Upgrade.

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