Does somebody need shooting?
HP 40 max
Longbow, +8 to hit, 1d8 +3 piercing
Dagger, +4 to hit, 1d4
Darkvision, 60ft dim light vision
Advantage on saving vs charmed, immune to magic sleep
Favored enemies: beasts and living humanoids (e.g. orcs, humans, not undead)
Natural explorer: coast
Primeval awareness (use a spell slot to check for creatures in 1mi radius)
Hunter: Colossus Slayer, 1d8 extra damage to injured creatures
Outlander: good memory for geography, can find food/fresh water for 6 people
Herbalist: knowledge of herbs for various purposes, can find them almost anywhere
Sharpshooter: no disadvantage at long range, ignore 1/2 and 3/4 cover, take -5 to hit for +10 damage
Languages: Common, Elvish, Halfling
Proficient in L&M armor, simple weapons, martial weapons, guitar (heh), athletics and survival
Cure Wounds. V, S, 1 action, touch, 1d8+2 heal
Hunter’s Mark. V, 90ft range, 1 bonus action, 1hr duration, target takes +1d6 damage per hit
Hail of thorns. V, 1 bonus action, 1min duration, targets < 5 ft of hit take dex save, 1d10 dmg on fail
Ensnaring Strike, V, 1 bonus action, 1 min concentrate, 1d6 damage per turn
Silence, V, S, 120ft range, 10 min concentrate, 20ft radius
Spike growth, V, S, M (7 sharp thorns/twigs), 10 min concentration, 150ft range, 20ft radius of difficult terrain, enemies require perception check to notice.
Born of a human mother and elvish father (who returned to the woods soon after his son’s birth), Robert took his father’s name as a mark of pride in his childhood. This was in spite of the bullying he received at the hands of his fellow children in the village he grew up in, the village which he was thrown out of soon after entering adolescence. Robert fled into the wilderness, where he attempted to find solace in nature. He fashioned the bow he still uses to this day, and it is one of his most prized possessions along with a tooth from an unknown beast he found during his travels. Despite his attachment to the natural world, Robert never felt any true affinity with the animals around him, preferring to hunt them rather than befriend them. This led him to see beasts as his natural enemy, and he often practiced his tracking and shooting skills versus the animals of Cheliax.
Eventually, Robert’s travels led his to West Crown, where he saw first-hand the evil being done by <the> he decided to join forces with <the> and was asked to assist a motley band of adventurers…