KhinasiDocandraghShield of Hala´aTihara min Buseri
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Female Khinasi Noble 8; CR:8

Supreme Hierarch of Shield of Hala´a

Lineage of Royalty

Minor Bloodline of Basa´a, 19

alignment Medium Humanoid


Init +0

Languages language

AC , touch , flatfooted

Fort + , Ref + , Will +

Speed ft

Melee Atk + (damage /critical, weapon)

Ranged + (damage /critical, weapon)

Base Atk + ; Grapple

Abilities Str 10, Dex 14, Con 16, Int 8, Wis 10, Cha 16



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Tihara min Buseri is the Supreme Hierarch of the Shield of Hala´a.
Tihara min Buseri is a civic-minded high priest who dedicates herself to maintaining the institutions that buttress a smooth-running society. A defender of the status quo, Tihara is a strong believer in rules and procedures. She prefers tried methods to experimental ones.
With an outgoing nature, Tihara is quick to communicate her opinions and expectations to others. She is hardworking, and takes her duties seriously. She is a faithful friend to her allies, a skilled diplomat, and is adroit in social situations. She believes strongly in the power of rituals, such as weddings and holiday observances, to explain values to observers and bind the present generation to the wisdom of the past. She may seem somewhat formal, but she is frank and forthright, showing herself as she is.
Tihara is somewhat prone to melancholy which can weaken her interest or pleasure in important activities, including her domain. Occasionally she is preoccupied with feelings of helplessness or hopelessness in the challenges and struggles before her. This can sometimes lead her to avoid conflicts which might lead to regret. Failed initiatives, especially those that result in the death of followers have driven Tihara into deep despair in the past. The Khinasi word, ?azan, refers to the pain and sorrow over a loss, death of relatives, and others who are close. It has come to denote a sense of failure in life, lack of initiative and to retreat into oneself. When this melancholy overtakes Tihara it it always the duty of Nashalah bint Farousi, a bard dedicated to Leira, to raise her spirits and restore the regent to her duties.

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