Bergtatt Sandstone

Dwarven Cleric


Size: Medium
Age: 68
Gender: Male
Height: 4’2”
Weight: 183
Skin: Dark Brown
Alignment: LG
Deity: Moradin


Stat Value Modifier
Str 15 +2
Dex 13 +1
Con 18 +4
Int 11 +0
Wis 21 +5
Cha 18 +4

Feats & Special Abilties


  • Extra Turning (x2)
  • Extend Spell
  • Persist Spell
  • Divine Metamagic (Persist Spell)
  • Ancestral Knowledge


  • Quick


  • Inattentive
  • Murky Eyed

Racial Abilities

  • Darkvision
  • Heat Endurance
  • Stability

Class Abilities

  • Aura
  • Cleric Domains
  • Spells
  • Spontaneous Casting
  • Turn Undead


Name Base Stat Ability Mod Ranks Misc Mod Total
Concentration Con 4 7 0 11
Knowledge (Architecture) Wis 5 0 4 9
Knowledge (Dungeoneering) Wis 5 0 4 9
Knowledge (Engineering) Wis 5 0 4 9
Knowledge (Religion) Wis 5 6 0 11
Knowledge (*) Wis 5 0 0 5
Spellcraft Int 0 7 0 7

Commonly Prepared Spells


  1. Amanuensis
  2. Create Water
  3. Detect Magic
  4. Mending
  5. Purify Food and Drink
  6. Resistance

1st Level

  1. Bless
  2. Command
  3. Ebon Eyes
  4. Resurgence
  5. Sanctuary
  6. Shield of Faith

2nd Level

  1. Bewildering Substitution
  2. Close Wounds
  3. Dark Way
  4. Elation

3rd Level

  1. Mass Conviction
  2. Mass Lesser Vigor
  3. Prayer

4th Level

  1. Mass Shield of Faith
  2. Recitation



  • Masterwork Morning Star
  • Javelin


  • +1 Full Plate
  • +1 Heavy Shield

Magic Items

  • Anklet of Translocation
  • Buoyant Armor Crystal
  • Chronocharm of the Horizon Walker
  • Cloak of Charisma
  • Crystal of Arrow Deflection
  • Ioun Stone (Incandescent Blue)
  • Lesser Rod of Extend Spell
  • Night Stick
  • Orb of Mental Renewal
  • Pearl of Power (0)
  • Pear of Power (1)
  • Restful Crystal
  • Rod of Bodily Restoration
  • Scroll: Cure Light Wounds
  • Scroll: Cure Moderate Wounds
  • Wand: Shield Other
  • Wand: Cure Light Wounds

As the second eldest son of a Guild miner, Bergtatt learned the importance of a strong community and the value of ones teammates at an early age. He spent many years toiling in the mines below desert sands, extracting precious minerals from the hard earth as a Guild apprentice. Bergtatt felt at home in the mines and the Guilds-men agreed that he was a promising student. On his fortieth birthday, the Guild released Bergtatt from his apprenticeship and offered to take him into their ranks as a journeyman. The miner’s path was not his to follow however, and he ultimately decided to lay down his tools and leave his father’s trade. Bergtatt chose to better serve his fellows by devoting his life to Moradin.

His family was both saddened and overjoyed at this decision. A Guild membership would bring honor both to Bertatt and his clan. Service to the Soul Forger was an even greater honor, though now it would fall to one of Bergtatt’s younger brothers to carry on the family trade; the eldest son, Vargnatt, had caught the wanderlust of adventuring many years ago and left the clan.

Bergtatt’s studies at the local temple opened his mind to ideas which he had never before thought possible. Whereas the long years in the mines taught him the fragility of life, the temple taught him that life can be protected and even restored. He naturally, then, became fascinated with the sustainment of his kinsmen back in the mines. Bergtatt learned spells that could not only protect them as they worked, but also make them more efficient at their tasks! The other clerics of the temple found this devotion somewhat odd, but endearing.

As Bergtatt’s abilities grew, he spent long hours in the mines with his former companions, practicing spells to aid and protect them in their work. Though the temple was now his home, the mines offered a solace that he had longed for ever since he left. Indeed, he never felt like he quite fit in with the other clerics of the temple. The clergy’s attitude toward his actions shifted from mild amusement to disdain as Bergtatt spent more time with the laborers than in the temple. After many verbal reprimands, the clergy forced the issue, offering the ultimatum: “Correct your ways or we shall be forced to strip you of your rank.”

Moradin apparently had other plans for his servant. Bergtatt said goodbye to his clan on the following day and set off for parts unknown, retaining his standing in the temple. He left to follow a path not dissimilar from the one which his brother had taken many years before…

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