Chosen of Sharess
“Chosen of Sharess” is a template that can be added to any female humanoid creature (referred to hereafter as the “character”). A Chosen of Sharess uses the character’s statistics and special abilities except as noted below. A Chosen of Sharess only has her power at the will of Sharess, if the Lady of the Cats chooses to remove Chosen status from the character; she reverts to her original abilities. Sharess only has one or two Chosen at a time.
Special Qualities: A chosen of Sharess retains all special qualities of the character and also gains the following:
• Spell-like Abilities (Sp): Constant – mind blank, and negative energy protection. At will – feather fall, charm person, command, enthrall, hypnotism. 5/day – freedom of movement, charm monster, and suggestion. 3/day – confusion, emotion, and dominate person. 1/day – kiss of sharess*, dominate monster and demand. (DC based on charisma)
• Immunities: A Chosen of Sharess is immune to enchantment spells and effects. She is also immune to aging effects and does not age. She does not need to sleep, however she must still pray and prepare spells as normal.
• Summon Celestial Legendary Tiger (Sp): A Chosen of Sharess can magically summon a Celestial Legendary Tiger as a full-round action as if using summon monster IX. She may use this ability a number of times per day equal to her Charisma modifier.
• Lycantrophe: If the chosen of Sharess become wherecat she gains the feats Control Shape and Lycanthropic Spell.
Abilities: Increase Dexterity +4 charisma by +8.
Skills: As character, except that the Chosen of Sharess receives a +4 bonus on all charisma-based (and Comeliness skill checks if you use this stat).
Character: As character +4.
Alignment: Always chaotic good.
Kiss of Sharess
Casting Time: 1 action
Target: One creature.
Saving throw: Will neg.
Spell resistance: Yes
This spell enables a Sharessin to grant any being’s fondest and most pleasurable wish, similar to the effects of a wish spell. Neither the spellcaster nor the recipient has any control over this spell’s effects as they come form the depths of the recipient’s unconscious. (The DM must adjudicate the effects). If the spell recipient does not want to be affected by this spell, she or he must make a successful saving throw vs. spell.
Unfortunately, this spell’s effects only last until the following dawn, never seem so wonderful in retrospect, and seem to have little lasting impact on recipient’s life. For example, a serving maid might masquerade as an exotic princess for one night at the annual ball, but in the morning the prince turns out to be a lout, all her fabulous garments have been misplaced, she still has to go back to her old job, and her debut is quickly forgotten among the city’s social circles and her common friends.