The Forsite Irregulars
“Our goal is the purification of the temple. Your job is to keep me alive and help me reach Dragon’s Roost, the temple that sands at the highest point of the abbey. I am not helpless by any means-I can still use this sword, believe me-but I am not as youn
Sir Oakley Level 6 Defender
Medium natural humanoid, human
HP 58; Bloodied 29; Healing Surges 10
AC 23, Fortitude 21, Reflex 17, Will 19 Init 13 vs. A C. Sir Oakley gains a bonus to the attack roll equal to the number of enemies adjacent to him.
Hit: 1d10 + 7 damage, and Sir Oakley marks the target until the end of his next turn.
Melee: Holy Smite (radiant, weapon)+ 2/ Encounter
Attack: Melee 1 (one creature); + 13 vs. AC
Hit: 1d10 + 9 radiant damage, and the target is dazed until the end of Sir Oakley’s next turn.
Restore Vitality (healing)- Daily
Effect: One creature adjacent to Sir Oakley regains 14 hit points and can make a saving throw.
Heroic Effort + Encounter
Trigger: Sir Oakley misses with an attack or fails a saving throw.
Effect (Free Action): Sir Oakley gains a 7) · Dex 10 (4) · Int 11 (4) · Cha 14 (+5)
Alignment lawful good Languages Common, Draconic
Equipment plate armor, heavy shield, bastard sword
Sir Oakley is an aging knight who claims descent from the legendary founder of Gardmore Abbey, Gardrin the Hammer. He has lived in the half-ruined city of Nera, the former capital of the Empire of Nerath, for his entire life. However, as he grows older and confronts his mortality, he has set out on one last quest he intends to complete or die trying: to purge the evil from Gardmore Abbey and reestablish it as a bastion of good in the Nentir Vale.
A towering, broad-shouldered human unbowed by age, despite his white hair and beard. He wears plate armor that looks as if it’s been on display in a museum, and keeps it scrupulously clean and polished even while traveling.
Sir Oakley is a devout follower of Bahamut and lives by his god’s commands to uphold the ideals of honour and justice, remain vigilant against evil and oppose its spread, and to protect the weak, liberate the oppressed, and defend just order. In particular, he is haunted by the fact that evil has taken over what was once a holy place and is driven to see it reclaimed.