Pathfinder: Legacy of Fire (online)
Sir Dolfa Riech III (deceased)
Sir Dolfa Riech III is a knightly man from the great land of Lastwall, loyal to his cause till the end. His favored weapon hangs from his belt, a well used Flail. He is stout and looks smarter than the average thug. He is a knight after all.
Sir Dolfa Riech III
Male Human Cavalier 2/ Bard 1 | [Neutral Good] Description
Looks black hair, green eyes
Height/Weight 5’10 tall, 175lbs. (Medium)
Campaign Legacy of Fire
Strength 15 (1)
Constitution 17 (1)
Wisdom 12 (2)
Initiative +1 = +1 [Dex]
*Total + Ability Mod. + Ranks + Misc.
Handle Animal† 1+3
Profession (soldier) 2+3
Sense Motive 2+3
Armor Check Penalty -7
† Trained Only*
Broch of shielding
Base Speed [ 30 (6 sq.) ]
Base Attack Bonus +2
Basic Melee Attack +4
Basic Ranged Attack +3
Weapon Attack Bonus Critical
Type Range Ammo Damage
Lance(Mounted) 2(charge: 2d8+4)
Fortitude Save +6 = 3 [base] +3 [Con]
Reflex Save +4= 3 [base] +1 [Dex]
Will Save +4= 3[base] +1 [Wis]
CMB +5 = 2[BAB] +2 [Str] +0 [size]
CMD +16 = 2 [BAB] +2 [Str] +1 [Dex] +0 [size] + 10
Couragous- +2 vs fear effects
Lastwall Cavalry Rider- +1 trait bonus to ride checks
Light Load: 66lbs.
Medium Load: 133lbs.
Heavy Load: 200lbs.
Lift Over Head: 200lbs.
Lift Off Ground: 400lbs.
Push or Drag: 1,000lbs.
Bonus Feat: One extra feat at 1st level
Skilled: +1 skill rank per level
Bonus Languages: Any (except secret languages)
Bardic performance; inspire courage +1, distraction,fasinate, countersong
0lvl; daze, read magic,detect magic,resistance
1stlvl; charm person, cure light wounds, timely inspiration
Experience Points 0
Hit Points Speed= 50ft
STR – 17
DEX – 14
CON – 15
INT – 2
WIS – 12
CHA – 6
AC/ 17= 10+ 6(NATURAL)+ 2(DEX)-1 (SIZE)
WILL- +2 / added +5 vs enchantments
Light Armor Proficiency
2 Hooves 1)*
*secondary natural attacks
Low Light Vision
Sir Dolfa is the third Riech in his house. All knights before him and all devoted to a single cause. Sir Dolfa has grown up around horses and honor battles his whole life. He gets attached to his companions and voews to never desert them or let them fail. Eager for glory and hungry for the heat of battle, Sir Dolfa sets himself between the enemy and his companions ready for the charge or the chance to strike first. Tactics are still new to the newly anointed knight, but he still knows how to move troops around the battle field. However, He refuses to use missle weapons and prefers to face the enemy head on eye-to-eye
Sir Dolfa belongs to the Order of the Dragon. Loyal to his companions till death, the Order of the Dragon has taught Sir Dolfa how to use a group as a unit. His last group of adventurers were also cavaliers like him, but fool hearted and belonging to the Order of the Cockatrice so selfish men. A tragic day happened when Sir Kellic, leader of the group, lead them to a cave thought to be the dwelling of a owlbear. The town near by hired them to go erraticate the beast and bring its head back so they would never again be terrorised by the beast. After entering the cave and traveling into the depths, they soon noticed the cave for what it really was. A minotaur herds gathering place. But by then it was too late. Roars and bellowing errupted from the cave. The knights turned to run out but were soon in sight of the minotaurs. Being the only one from a honorable order, Sir Dolfa lead the way trying to clear a path for his fellow knights. However the selfish others took their own paths and were soon run down. Sir Dolfa pressed on determined to at least get Sir Kellic out alive, but fate had its one path to take. Rushing out of the cave on his mighty steed Apollo, Sir Dolfa turned at the mouth of the cave to make his stand, but instead, only saw what was left of Sir Kellic dragging behind on his horse.
Vowing to never let that happen again. Sir Dolfa sought out new adventurers to protect and trained everyday, ready to lay down his life for his companions.Being a knight, sir dolfa refuses to use missle weapons. Eye to eye is how combat is ment to be. Charge the enemy and meet him gloriously in battle
“If that doesn’t work my friend, I have a solution.” Qoute from Sir Dolfa Riech III