Female human ranger 3
CG Medium humanoid
Init "+"3 ("+"5 urban); Senses Perception "+"9 ("+"11 urban)

Armour Class (AC) 17, touch 13, flat-footed 14 ("+"4 mwk chain shirt, "+"2 Dex, "+"1 dodge)
Hit Points (HP) 24 (3d10"+"3)
Saving Throws: Fortitude "+"4, Reflex "+"5, Will "+"2

Speed 35 ft. (Seven squares)
Melee mwk longsword "+"4 (1d8/19–20)
Ranged mwk longbow "+"7 (1d8/×3)

Special Attacks favored enemy (human "+"2)

Tactics: Before combat Janiven tries to find a place to where she can safely fire her bow at enemies, preferably somewhere with cover or higher ground. During combat she prefers to fight at range, using her great speed to keep out of reach of melee opponents for as long as she can, leading pursuers near her allies if possible.

Morale Janiven surrenders at 4 hp if she believes her opponents will spare her life, otherwise she flees.

Statistics: Str 10, Dex 15, Con 12, Int 10, Wis 13, Cha 14

Base Atk "+"3; CMB "+"3; CMD 16

Feats Alertness, Dodge, Endurance, Fleet, Precise Shot

Skills Diplomacy "+"3, Handle Animal "+"6, Heal "+"4, Intimidate "+"6, Knowledge (history) "+"1, Knowledge (local) "+"3, Knowledge (nature) "+"4, Perception "+"9 ("+"11 urban), Ride "+"5, Sense Motive "+"8, Stealth "+"8 ("+"10 urban), Survival "+"7 ("+"11 urban), Swim "+"3

Language: Common
SQ favored terrain (urban "+"2), track "+"1, wild empathy "+"5
Combat Gear potion of cure light wounds; Other Gear masterwork chain shirt, masterwork longsword, masterwork longbow with 20 arrows, sunrod, 35 gp


Janiven is an attractive woman who downplays her beauty by wearing rough clothing and armor and adopting a generally stern and no-nonsense attitude. Yet when she feels truly at ease with someone she calls a friend, her smile, sense of humor, and quick wit reveal her to be quite
a charming and friendly woman. She’s known Arael for almost a year now, and has come to think of him as an older brother, and while she respects him greatly and approves of his dream to see Cheliax fall under the guidance of Iomedae, her own faith in Desna has often resulted in
lingering arguments about when it is appropriate to toss aside the law of the land in order to ensure the freedom and safety of the citizens.


Council of Thieves - Collins 2013 BrianCollins