The Jade Avatar
Chosen of Beshaba
Sometime, the Maiden of Misfortune chooses people to spread bad luck amongst the Realms. At any time, it can’t be more than 6 Chosen of Beshaba, due to the number 7 being considered a lucky. In fact, this is very rare to have more than 5 chosen. When Beshaba create a Sixth Chosen, his or her mission is to track down any other chosen and kill him to take his place. This is the only bad luck Beshaba can send against one of Her Chosen. Except for this one, the duty of a Chosen of Beshaba is simple: spread the bad luck, convert people to the worship of Beshaba and harass the worshiper of Tymora, Lathander and Selune. If two Chosen ever met, they will more likely fight each other to death, to avoid that a Sixth Chosen have to track any other Chosen.
A Chosen of Beshaba uses the character’s statistics and special abilities except as noted here. The Maiden of Misfortune doesn’t have the power to remove Chosen status from a character, except by sending a Sixth Chosen after this character to kill him.
Alignment: NE or CE
Immunities (Ex): A Chosen of Beshaba is immune to aging, does not age, and is effectively immortal. He or she is also immune to any curse cast at him, except those cast by another chosen of Beshaba. Any attempt on scrying a chosen of Beshaba will reveal a false location.
Aura of miscast: An aura 10’ surrounds the chosen of Beshaba. Any spell cast within this aura have a percentage equal to 10 + chosen total level + chosen wis modifier + chosen cha modifier to be miscast by the caster, and cause him 1d4 damage by spell level. A successful reflex saves against DC 10 + chosen cha modifier halves the damage. The chosen is immune against his own aura, but is affected by the aura of another chosen.
Bestow Beshaba’s Curse: Bestow Beshaba’s curse is like the spell Bestow Curse.
Level Special – Beshaba
1 +2 Con, mirror image 4/day,
2 +2 Dex, bane 3/day, aura of miscast
3 + 2 Wis, +2 Cha
4 + 2 Wis, +2 Cha, bestow Beshaba’s curse 1/day