Disease Immunity, Gallop, Glide, Inspired by Dragons, Low Metabolism, Death Throes, Spell Resistance 13, Immunity to Cold; Vulnerable to Fire, Bonus Feat: 2, Flurry of Blows +2/+2, Unarmed Strike, AC Bonus: +1, Unarmored Speed Bonus: +10 ft., Evasion, Still Mind, Ki Strike (magic), Slow Fall 20 ft., Purity of Body
Balance 3 (+5), Climb 8 (+10), Disguise 5 (+4), Intimidate 5 (+4), Jump 3 (+7), Listen 5 (+6), Sense Motive 3 (+4), Spot 5 (+6), Tumble 3 (+7)
Acrobatic, Armor Proficiency (light), Armor Proficiency (Medium), Combat Reflexes, Dodge, Improved Unarmed Strike, Martial Weapon Proficiency (Longsword), Run, Stunning Fist
2 claws +4 melee (1d4+2 damage, slashing)
Distinguishing Features & Mannerisms:
Miberk carries little in the way of personal possessions haven taken a vow of poverty. He dresses in a simple monks robe cut to allow his wings freedom of movement. He usually carries his own food though having discovered that humans and the other races typically take a dim view of draconians visiting their towns and cities. When he does have to enter a city he will usually secures room and board which he pays for by performing menial labor.
Miberk is not the sharpest sword on the weapon rack. Some have called him stupid, dull-witted, and thick headed; but this is far from the truth. Like a glacier he is slow to make up his mind; preferring to meditate on things before acting. Once he makes up his mind though he pursues his goal with a single minded devotion.
Miberk was born near the end of the War of the Lance. He was being trained for espionage until it was discovered that the noble draconians were not devoted to the cause of evil. Overnight he went from being a soldier in the White Dragonarmy to a slave. While most of his brother draconians were slain, he was kept around to perform menial labor. Such was his life for several years.
Toede's stupidity and death proved to be Miberk's salvation. When the White Dragonarmy fractured the frost draconian fled. He traveled around Icewall for many years; before he would discover his life's calling.
One night, Miberk shared the fire of a solitary devotee of Zivilyn. The monk expounded on the benefits of learning awareness, discipline, and balance. The words of the monk resonated with Miberk and he spent many years at the monastery of the Silver Oak; his soul at peace.
When the gods disappeared at the end of the Chaos War; Miberk left the monastery to wander the world. He is overjoyed that Zivilyn has returned; and while he desires to return to the monastery, he can't recall where it is.
And so he searches for the only place he has ever called "Home."
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