Catarina Knight (5e Creature)
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Medium humanoid (human), neutral good
Saving Throws Strength, Constitution
Estus Soup. If they have the supplies (10gp worth of ingredients) the knight will make a soup of Estus that has enough servings to feed 2 people. The soup full of goodness and healing property's heals the consumer 2d6 healing. If needed the knight can make a healing salve that works on those who do not gain the benefits of eating, the materials to do this are mush more exspensive and as such it will cost 35gp to cook up healing 1d6 but working on most creatures (DM or Gm's preference).
Storm-ruler/Zweihander. Melee Weapon Attack: +7 to hit, reach 10 ft., one target (can hit multiple in one swing if it so chooses). Hit: 15 (2d10+5) slashing damage.
Storm Surge. If this Catarinian knight has a Storm-ruler they may pull it back over their head building a large charge of storm to launch at the enemy in a 25ft long 5ft wide line. All caught in the pass of the wave must succeed a DC 23 dex saving throw, on a failed save they take 2d6 force damage 1d6 lightning damage, pushed back 5ft and stunned until the knight's next turn. On a successful save they take half damage, stunned for one turn and no push. This in turn seeing how it is such a powerful attack adds 2 levels of exhaustion.
Heal. The knight kneels down with its sacred chime or talisman in hand casting CureWounds as a 2nd level spell with a 5ft radius healing allies within the spell's parameters.
Catarinian Knights, jolly go lucky warriors of the sun. Almost always willing to help those in need.
Catarinian's are often of a jolly spirit or at least they are very good at conveying it even in anger. Well known for their bulbous armor, they tend to take offense when someone calls them in any way similar to an onion for their armor's shape as it proves useful. They will try to resolve a conflict peacefully if possible, even to demons though they are on the ready to fight tooth and nail if needed. Knights of Catarina however powerful only care to help others, possibly asking for lodging for their services seeing this they hate having to need help more than once from a person. It is seen as a disgrace to them to need help more than once from anyone, as it is a sign of weakness and failure to complete their duty. As such they keep a good track on who they owe debts. If they fail to pay their debt to someone who helped them more than once, they will go hollow, becoming a mad husk attacking anyone on sight, as the despair of failure often leads them to utter consumption by evil. There is no known cure for their madness, and as such, they are often put down with honor of what is left of them, though Wish has been known to save three said knights from madness.