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Pocahontas, Native American Icon

Pocahontas, Native American Icon
  • Alias – Pocahontas
  • Gender – Female
  • Race – Native American (specifically Powhatan)
  • Occupation – Princess, diplomat, mediator
  • Religion – Traditional Native American spiritual beliefs
  • Allies – John Smith, the Powhatan tribe, her father Chief Powhatan, Grandmother Willow
  • Enemies – Settlers, particularly those who seek to harm her people or exploit the land
  • Abode/Base of operations – Village of Werowocomoco (initially), later moves to Jamestown
  • Nationality – Powhatan (Native American)
  • Languages – Powhatan (her native language), English (learns through interactions with settlers)
  • Alignment – Neutral Good
  • Affiliation(s) – Powhatan tribe
  • Significant others – John Rolfe (later in life, after her interactions with John Smith)

Pocahontas, a young Native American woman, stands tall with an air of grace and wisdom. Her radiant ebony hair cascades down her back, intertwined with delicate feathers and adorned with vibrant beads, reflecting her deep connection to nature and her people. Her warm, almond-shaped eyes hold a profound understanding of the world around her, and her sun-kissed skin bears the marks of a life lived close to the earth.

Pocahontas possesses an unwavering spirit, driven by her profound love for her land and her people. She walks a path guided by empathy and a desire for unity, seeking to bridge the divide between the Native American tribes and the English settlers who have arrived on their shores. Her every action is rooted in the belief that understanding and respect can overcome the differences that threaten to tear them apart.

With an unwavering determination, Pocahontas serves as a mediator, a voice for reason amidst the escalating tensions. She seeks to foster harmony between her people and the newcomers, urging them to coexist in peace and learn from one another. Pocahontas yearns for a future where her tribe can preserve their culture and way of life, while embracing the opportunities and knowledge brought by the outsiders.

Driven by her love for her land and her people, Pocahontas tirelessly strives for a world where harmony and understanding prevail. Her journey is one of self-discovery, as she learns to navigate the complexities of a changing world while staying true to her roots. She stands as a symbol of resilience, a beacon of hope, and a reminder that the bonds between cultures can transcend differences and lead to a brighter future for all.

Pocahontas, Native American Icon

Pocahontas, Native American Icon

Medium humanoid (human), neutral good

Armor Class: 14 Hit Points: 112 (15d8 + 45) Speed: 30 ft.

STR +4 | DEX +8 | CON +6 | INT +3 | WIS +7 | CHA +6

Saving Throws: Dex +8, Con +6, Wis +7
Skills: Acrobatics +8, Insight +7, Nature +7, Perception +7, Survival +7
Senses: passive Perception 17
Languages: Common, Native American languages
Challenge: 8 (3,900 XP)


  • Swift Arrow. Ranged Weapon Attack: +9 to hit, range 150/600 ft., one target. Hit: 11 (1d8 + 7) piercing damage. Pocahontas can make one additional attack with Swift Arrow as a bonus action.
  • Hunting Knife. Melee Weapon Attack: +8 to hit, reach 5 ft., one target. Hit: 9 (1d6 + 6) piercing damage.
  • Spiritual Guidance. Pocahontas touches a willing creature, granting them advantage on the next ability check, saving throw, or attack roll they make within the next minute.
  • Sacred Shield. Pocahontas taps into the spiritual energy around her, protecting herself or an ally. As a bonus action, she gains temporary hit points equal to 1d6 + her Wisdom modifier.
  • Staff of Nature’s Embrace. Pocahontas can use this staff as a quarterstaff weapon, and it grants her access to the shillelagh cantrip. She can make a melee spell attack with the staff, using her Wisdom modifier for the attack and damage rolls. Hit: 8 (1d8 + 4) bludgeoning damage plus 4 (1d8) additional radiant damage.


  • Guardian’s Intervention. When an ally within 30 feet of Pocahontas is targeted by an attack, she can use her reaction to intercede. She becomes the target of the attack instead, taking the damage instead of her ally.


  • Nature’s Harmony. Pocahontas has advantage on saving throws against spells and effects that would charm or frighten her.
  • Graceful Step. Pocahontas can move through difficult terrain without expending extra movement.
  • Animal Affinity. Pocahontas has proficiency in Animal Handling and can communicate simple ideas to beasts that have an innate connection with nature.


  • Bow and arrows, hunting knife, pouch of herbs and medicinal plants, tribal jewelry, animal furs, hand-drum.

Magic Items

  • Dreamcatcher Necklace. While wearing this necklace, Pocahontas has advantage on saving throws against sleep-inducing effects and gains a +1 bonus to Wisdom (Perception) checks.
  • Staff of Nature’s Embrace. Pocahontas can use this staff as a quarterstaff weapon, and it grants her access to the shillelagh cantrip. She can make a melee spell attack with the staff, using her Wisdom modifier for the attack and damage rolls. Hit: 8 (1d8 + 4) bludgeoning damage plus 4 (1d8) additional radiant damage.

Pocahontas Pathfinder Stat Block

Human CR 3  

XP 800 Any Medium humanoid Aristocrat level 8 (skill points 56) Adventurer

Init -1;

Senses ; Perception +5
AC 12, Touch 10, flat footed 12 (masterwork Leather, Shield, none) (-1 Dexterity, +2 armour, +1 feats)

hp 36 (0d8+8d6+8);  

Fort +2, Ref +1, Will +5
Speed 30  

Melee Single Attack(+1/+0) Spear +8 (1d8 X3) or (+1/+0) Longbow +7 (1d8 X3)

Full Attack (+1/+0) Spear +8/3 (1d8 X3) Dagger +0 (1d4/19-20) or (+1/+0) Longbow +7/2 (1d8 X3) range 100

Space 5ft.; Reach 5
Strength 10, Dexterity 8, Constitution 10, Intelligence 14, Wisdom 9, Charisma 16

Base Attack 6 CMB 6 ; CMD 16  

Feats: Armour Prof Heavy, Armour Prof Light, Armour Prof Medium, Dodge, Martial Weap Prof, Mounted Archery, Mounted Combat, Shield Proficiency, Simple Weapon Proficiency, Tower Shield Proficiency, Weapon Focus, Weapon Focus(Ranged);

Skills Appraise 10, Bluff 12, Diplomacy 14, Disguise 3, Handle Animal 7, Intimidate 3, Know Arcana 6, Know Arch & Eng 2, Know Geography 10, Know Nobility 7, Linguistics 6, Perception 5, Perform Oratory 3, Ride 10, Sense Motive 6, Survival 6, Swim 8

Languages Common
Environment Any  

Organization Company 10-20, Band 30-100, Squad 4-8

Treasure Standard
ITEMS (max value 1650), Total Value = 1550
Masterwork Leather (150gp), Elixir of love DC14 Charm (150gp), Potion of Cure light wounds – (50gp), Potion of Eagles splendor – (300gp), Potion of Aid – (300gp), Masterwork Spear (300gp), Masterwork Longbow (300gp)

Currently in the World

Pocahontas, 1906, par Elmer Boyd Smith. Pocahontas
Pocahontas, 1906, par Elmer Boyd Smith.

Pocahontas stands tall and graceful, her slender frame adorned with flowing buckskin garments that reflect the natural hues of the earth. Her dark, lustrous hair cascades down her back, intricately woven with feathers and adorned with delicate beads. Her smooth, sun-kissed skin bears the marks of her heritage, telling the story of a proud and resilient people.

At this moment, Pocahontas finds herself by the riverbank, the gentle sound of flowing water providing a soothing backdrop to her thoughts. She stands barefoot on the soft, damp earth, feeling the coolness of the ground beneath her feet. The surrounding forest embraces her with its towering trees and vibrant foliage, creating a serene sanctuary in the midst of nature’s beauty.

Her eyes, the color of warm amber, gaze out with a blend of curiosity and wisdom. They reflect an innate connection to the land and a deep understanding of the interconnectedness of all living things. Pocahontas carries herself with a quiet confidence, her movements graceful and deliberate, as if she is in harmony with the world around her.

In this moment of solitude, her mood is contemplative yet peaceful. Pocahontas is attuned to the rhythms of nature, listening to the whispers of the wind and the songs of the birds. She seeks wisdom and guidance from the spirits that dwell in the land, drawing strength from their presence. Her purpose is clearβ€”to bridge the divide between her people and the settlers, to protect her land and the balance of nature.

As she stands in this tranquil setting, Pocahontas envisions a future where harmony and understanding prevail, where her people and the settlers can coexist in respect and unity. She carries the weight of her responsibility with grace, guided by her unwavering belief in the power of love, compassion, and the wisdom of the natural world.

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