Rise of the Rune Lords
Innkeeper of the White Deer Inn in Sandpoint
Male Human Expert 4
LN Medium humanoid (human)
Init +0; Senses Perception +0,
AC 10, touch 10, flat-footed 10
hp 33 (4d8)+11
Fort +2, Ref +1, Will +6
Speed 30 ft.
Str 10, Dex 11, Con 13, Int 13, Wis 10, Cha 9
*Base Atk +3; *Combat Manuever Bonus +3
Feats Armor Proficiency (Light), Iron Will, Martial Weapon Proficiency (Axe (Throwing)), Persuasive, Simple Weapon Proficiency, Toughness
Appraise +8, Appraise (Identify Magic Item) +8, Bluff +6, Craft (Untrained) +1, Diplomacy +8, Disguise -1, Handle Animal +6, Heal +4, Intimidate +5, Linguistics(Elven, Goblin) +6, Perform (Untrained) -1, Profession (Bartender) +5, Profession (Cook) +5, Ride +2, Sense Motive +4, Spellcraft +1, Swim +2, Swim (Avoid taking nonlethal fatigue damage) +2,
Languages Common, Elven, Goblin
Special Qualities Skilled, Weapon Training, Possessions
Skilled (Ex) Humans gain an additional skill rank at first level and one additional rank whenever they gain a level
Weapon Training (Ex) Humans are proficient with any one martial weapon of their choice, in addition to those granted by class proficiencies. This weapon must be chosen at 1st level and cannot be changed
Garridan Viskalai is the proprietor of the White Deer Inn, located in the Varisian town of Sandpoint.
He is proud of his Shoanti heritage and would love to return to the traditional Shiikirri-Quah ways his parents left behind, but his wife and children keep him in town. Garridan’s ties to his people’s ways have driven a wedge between him and his brother, the town’s sheriff, Belor Hemlock, who has all but completely abandoned his ethnic heritage and embraced Chelish customs and beliefs.
Standing 5’8”, and slightly portly, Garridan’s black hair is going prematurely grey. He wears his hair long, tied back with a scarf or tie (when working), or loose (when hosting). His skin is pale for a Shoanti, but still darker than most. He has deep brown eyes. While not the smartest of folk, his heart is in the right place and he truly cares about his guests’ well being. The inn has several central, family tables, where guests are expected to sit side by side to share the morning and evening meals.