AILA, L16 Half-Elf Cleric of Lukrym
STR 10 (+0)
DEX 10 (+0)
CON 16 (+3)
INT 10 (+0)
WIS 14 (+2)
CHA 12 (+1)
AC 17 (Half-plate armor & shield)
Languages: Celestial, Common, Elvish, Sylvan
Armor: Light, Medium, Heavy, Shields
Saves: Wisdom +7, Charisma +6
Skills: +2, Insight +7, Religion +5
Shelter of the Faithful
Divine Domain: Life
- Disciple of Life
- Blessed Healer
- Divine Strike (2d8)
Channel Divinity: Turn Undead, Preserve Life
Destroy Undead (CR 3 or lower)
Spells Known: 18
Spell DC: 15
Atk Mod: +7
At-Will (5): Guidance, Light, Resistance, Sacred flame, Spare the dying
L1 (4): bless, cure wounds, healing word, shield of faith
L2 (3): lesser restoration, spiritual weapon, lesser restoration, prayer of healing
L3 (3): beacon of hope, revivify, Mass healing word, Spirit guardians
L4 (3): death ward, guardian of faith, Banishment, Locate creature
L5 (2): mass cure wounds, raise dead, Greater restoration, Raise dead
L6 (1): Heal
L7 (1): Resurrection
L8 (1): Holy aura
Mace. Melee. +5 to hit; deals 1d6 bludgeoning.
Quarterstaff. Melee. +5 to hit; deals 1d6 bludgeoning; versatile (1d8)
Half-plate. Medium armor. AC 15 + Dex Mod (max 2)
Shield. Armor. +2 AC
A priest’s pack.
A holy symbol.
Aila is the twin sister of Nadix, although she jokingly tells him that she is older than him because she was born a few minutes earlier. A kind, thoughtful child, Aila had already expressed an interest in a cloistered life when the war began. Her mother dead, her brother forced to fight, Aila sought refuge at the local Temple of Lukrym. She joined the church and rose quickly through the hierarchy, eventually becoming a Cleric of Lukrym. After the war ended, Aila was kidnapped by a local warlord and eventually freed by her brother and his comrade, Lavic. The trio relocated to Darkwater, where they encountered the other adventurers who would become the nucleus of Lux Tenebris.
Aila loves her brother, but is ready to return to the Temple of Lukrym. The war has left the world deeply scarred and divided, as evidenced in her twin’s experiences. It is all a bit much for Aila, who feels overwhelmed by the world’s problems. She spends a fair amount of her time in prayer, seeking some sign from her god that now is the day she should return to the Temple. Until she gets that sign, Aila will remain with the group.