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Female Human Barbarian 2/ Fighter 6/ Knight of the Gold Lance 2
Strength18 Fortitude+13 Armor Class20
Dexterity18 Reflex+6 Flat-footed AC16
Constitution15 Will+7 Touch AC14
Intelligence13 AlignmentLG Base Attack+10/+5
Wisdom14 Speed40 Melee Attack+14/+9
Charisma17 Initiative+4 Ranged Attack+14/+9
Hit Points83 SizeMedium


Drastin's Heart, Fast Movement, Illiteracy, Mounted Weapon Combat +1, Uncanny Dodge


Climb+9, Diplomacy+9, Handle Animal+11, Knowledge (Nobility & Royalty) + 5, Knowledge (Religion) + 5, Listen+6, Ride+16, Survival+9


Armor Proficiency (Light, Medium, Heavy), Blind Fight, Endurance, Exotic Weapon Proficiency (Bastard Sword), Honor Bound, Martial Weapon Proficiency, Mounted Combat, Shield Proficiency (Including Tower Shield), Simple Weapon Proficiency, Track, Weapon Focus (Bastard Sword), Weapon Focus (Lance), Weapon Specialization (Bastard Sword)


Common, Solamnic


Bastard Sword Frostbrand +3 (+18/+13, 1d10+9, 19-20/x2); Battle Axe (+14/+9, 1d8+4, x3); Dagger (+14/+9; 1d4, 19-20/x2); Lance (+15/+10, 1d8+4, x3), Light Crossbow (+14/+9, 1d8, 19-20/x2)


Bastard Sword Frostbrand +3, Battle Axe, Dagger, Light Crossbow, Boots of the South (as Boots of the Winterlands in DMG), Bracers of Natural Armor +4, Light Steel Shield +1, Scale Mail bustenhalt (no armor value), Loincloth


Kimmil is a beautiful young woman in her mid-20s. She has long blond hair with a slim yet powerful build. Coming from the Ice Barbarian region, Kimmil tends to wear very little clothing in the northern lands including a scale mail bustenhalt, thigh high boots, and a loincloth.


Kimmil is very proud of her heritage on both sides of the family. Not afraid of entering into combat, she will often try to use diplomacy first but once she knows that her opponents intent is evil, she gives no quarter and can be very brutal in combat. Kimmil has strong faith in Paladine and works to promote the Platinum Dragon's ideals in the world.


Kimmil is the daughter of an ice barbarian named Garad and a Solamnic warrior woman named Deela. Raised among the barbarians in the south, the tribe accepted Deela and her daughter without prejudice. Her father taught her the ways of the barbarian, skills needed to survive in the harsh climate.

Della's beliefs also strongly influenced Kimmil's upbringing, teaching her about Paladine, learning to speak Solamnic, and the art of wielding a bastard sword. When her mother past away, Kimmil decided to set out for Solanthus in order to meet her mother's family. By the time she had reached Solanthus it was already occupied by the Blue Dragon Army during the War of the Lance. While helping to free the city from the dragonarmies, Kimmil met her sole remaining cousin, Steveck Uth Drastin Knight of the Gold Lance. She also befriended Daviter the Wise a Knight of the Rose. In this time Kimmil learned the way of the warrior from the two knights, honing her skills, but at this time she also learned control and restraint from the knights, taming her wild heart. Proving her heritage and valor in battle, Steveck began instructing her in the Knighthood of the Gold Lance, while Daviter continued her education of Paladine.

Together the three of them continue the fight against evil. Often traveling to meet with Solamnic knights in the area, with Kimmil usually ahead scouting on her light warhorse Snowfall. Secretly Kimmil has fallen in love with Daviter but has yet given him no indication of that love.

Conversion Notes:

Kimmil is a NPC character originally published in the gaming supplement Unsung Heroes and has been converted to v3.5 rules here. Sources include the D&D Players handbook, D&D Dungeon Masters Guide, and finally the Knights of the Gold Lance prestige class provided by Trampas Whiteman on the Dragonlance Nexus website. Due to Kimmil's change in alignment, she can no longer use the barbarian ability to rage. In Unsung Heroes Kimmil was originally portrayed as a Paladin. These warriors are extremely rare on Krynn and reading the original material I saw no moment of epiphany that would justify a conversion to Paladinhood. On the other hand, meeting her cousin, it seemed natural that she would learn the Knight of the Gold Lance from him.

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