Long Odds Limited
Bard, Sorceror, walking pinball machine.
Deity: Sehanine/Old Gods
- Speed: 6
- Initiative: +4
- Perception: +5
- Insight: +7
- STR: 8
- CON: 11
- DEX: 10
- INT: 20
- WIS: 10
- CHA: 21
Weapons: Wistling Songbow Greatbow +2, Firestorm Arrow +1 (2), Freezing Arrow, Lightning Arrow.
Armor: Warmage’s Uniform Leather Armor +2, Deep Pocket Cloak +2
Lia Nailo is a bard who joined the party Long Odds Limited in search for clues to her past, adventure, as well as the ever-popular shiny. Lia is a changeling who has chosen to look like an elf. Her true nature is not known to anyone in the party besides her “brother” Gagen. Her mother fled from the barbaric lands of the North across the Black Wall, to the high races of the South. Dying in a rural elven village, she entrusted her child to the elves. Raised as an elf, Lia did not discover her true nature until puberty, although she had always seemed different than the rest of the village. Preferring to retain her far more beautiful and elegant, at least according to the standards she had been raised by, elven form Lia fled with Gagen, the boy raised as her older brother, as soon as she could. At 17 years old, she is the youngest member of the party. Determined to find out what could have happened to her village as well as hoping to find some remanent of her people, Lia must also stop hiding behind her elven persona and accept what she has become-and is.
That day of acceptance, however, has never been farther away. Enter Baseath-Eladrin warlord, dashingly handsome, and the newest member of the party. As a romance kindles between the two, Lia is determined not to let her secret out-after all, Eladrins are less than tolerant. At the same time, a friendship with Caewan, the party’s cleric, has begun to form. Despite the occasional presence of her conscious, Lia hasn’t told Caewan of her true nature. Trust isn’t easy to win with Lia, although one of the most important aspects of her job is winning others’ trust.
As party face , Lia uses her amazing diplomatic, charismatic, and outright bluffing abilities to represent the party in diplomatic situations. As cartographer, Lia’s job is to remember where the party has been to help them get where they’re going. Witty, clever, gorgeous, and too smart for her own good, Lia is the life of the party. But underneath it all are her strong internal conflicts, alcholic tendences, and unaligned often selfish ambitions. Things are rarely what they seem, especially so in Dungeons and Dragons, and the charming Lia Nailo is not someone you would want as a friend.