Height 5′11″ (180 cm)
Weight 154 lbs (70 kg)
Alignment Neutral (does what seems to be a good idea)
Worshiper of Magdh (complexity, fate, triplets)
Class Cleric 2
Morningstar MW cold iron
Light crossbow with 20 bolts
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|Hit Points (no Cha)||11||10|
Growing up in a dangerous environment has honed Jonah’s senses. He has a +1 trait bonus on Reflex saves.
Jonah’s struggle to maintain his own faith has bolstered his drive. He has a +1 trait bonus on Will saves.
“Whoever brings ruin on their family will inherit only wind, and the fool will be servant to the wise.”
Jonah was raised by farmers in Higg’s Hole, a small village in the Chelaxian vassal state of Isger. His family, who first came to this region as Ulfen traders a long time ago, has always been devout followers of Erastil, ancient god of the hunt and of farming.
Jonah’s parents are John and Mathilda Blair. They have four boys and one girl: Caleb, Jonah, Micaiah, Nathan, and Miriam. Jonah is the second oldest child. He is devoted to his parents, especially his father whom he admires most in the world, and fiercely protective of his baby sister (“my Miriam”).
Thoughtful and highly sensitive, Jonah speaks and appears much older than he actually is. Not surprisingly, he prefers the company of elders to people of his own age.
Jonah knows that he is special or at least different, and not only because of his Ulfen blue eyes and blond hair. Whether he is herding the sheep alone at night, working the fields with his siblings, or simply is starving because the crops have failed again, the sheer power of Old Deadeye clearly lies before his eyes. Jonah, from a very early age, honestly believes that there is a connection, an invisible bond, between him and the land itself, waiting to be used for the benefit of his people. As a result, he has been eager to show and lead others by example and good deeds ever since.
Among his contemporaries in Higg’s Hole, Jonah is considered odd or just plain weird. He has few friends. He enjoys listening to Elias though, the orphan who works at the local inn. Whenever Jonah goes there to deliver fresh meat from the farm, he usually stays awhile to chat and get the latest gossip. Jonah also looks up to Rell, the child of an abusive father and probably the strongest person that Jonah has ever met. Rell earned Jonah’s gratitude when he rescued Jonah’s beloved Miriam from the hands of Bill Ribbelby, the village bully, after Jonah himself had failed and lay bleeding in the dirt.