Proprietor of Oleg’s Trading Post
Human expert 2
NG Medium humanoid
Init -1; Senses Perception +6
AC 9, touch 9, flat-footed 9 (-1 Dex)
hp 9 (2d8)
Fort +0, Ref -1, Will +4
Speed 30 ft.
Melee dagger +0 (1d4-1/19–20)
Ranged dagger +0 (1d4-1/19–20)
Str 8, Dex 9, Con 10, Int 11, Wis 12, Cha 15
Base Atk +1; CMB +1; CMD 10
Feats Persuasive, Skill Focus (Profession [cook])
Skills Bluff +7, Diplomacy +9, Knowledge (local) +5, Perception +6, Profession (cook) +9, Sense Motive +6
Languages Common (Taldane)
Combat Gear [none]; Other Gear dagger, filigree gold ring set with a beautiful and well-polished oval moonstone
A human in her mid twenties with shoulder length brown hair which she typically keeps tied back in a bun or under a scarf. She favours bright colours, especially eggshell blue, and has recently taken to wearing simple one-piece dresses that accentuate her growing belly and going barefoot.
Svetlana had a difficult childhood, orphaned at a young age and raised by nuns in service to Abadar in nearby Restov. Though her marriage to Oleg at fifteen could perhaps be seen by some as a form of slavery, with Oleg having paid the nuns for the right to marry her, Svetlana would firmly reject this, and claim he bought her freedom. Her husband can have a short temper, but Svetlana loves him all the same for taking her away from the nuns who tormented her through her adolescence and bringing her out to the border to homestead in an abandoned fort. When the bandits came, threatening to kill her husband and then rape her if they didn’t hand over the better part of their very livelihood, Svetlana had to plead with Oleg to acquiesce, terrified of losing her beloved husband.
Svetlana is a kind and warm woman, enjoying the transitory company of travellers. She is presently about three months pregnant, a fact she is overjoyed about despite the occasional lingering bouts of morning sickness. She feels the death of the adventurers who had rescued her and her husband quite keenly, and has become even more protective of her husband and worried for the safety of their future child ever since.