That sounds really cool. I was thinking for Folgun to live somehow separated from most of his people, focusing on druid stuff, but a bear totem barbarian sounds like a plausible ally on some previous adventuring
I'll leave that up to you. Stake burning would be reserved for orcs and tieflings (for completely different reasons). Human groups will vary by region with hanging being most common. The dwarven empire is the biggest unified body of people and death by stoning is common.Yes, she died a martyr, burned at the stake or however people in your world punish blasphemy.
One way would be to treat Turning as if your save DC was +1. Then give your +PB feature to spell save DC and spell attack modifier for Domain spells.So, for an heirloom, I was thinking a holy symbol given to my character by the missionary who converted her to good would make the most sense--but I'm not sure what it would actually give a bonus to. Spellcasting in some fashion, with the higher bonus to domain spells?
I would need to read a bit more to know how Folgun became a druid, until I read your post I didn't even know about the existence of the Beastlands. I would gladly take any suggestions on this.I diggit. Any thoughts on which plane Folgun originated? Like I said originally, Siggurd was born in the Beastlands, but was fostered at young enough an age that he doesn't remember it at all. His foster parents were scions of two metal-smithing dynasties. Siggurd grew up at the forge they built together, but his wanderlust and the woods called to his little wild-born heart like a magnet. He can't abide the feel of most clothing against his skin, let alone armor, but his skin is thick and similar in texture to cured leather. It was after his 30th birthday-- when he became an adult to his tribe-- that he was approached by Grandfather Bear. The nature spirit taught Siggurd to harness his own hereditary wildness. Taught him to fight like a bear. His axe becoming his claws and teeth.
He definitely would have wandered into Folgun and his mentor's forest at some point.
I think I'll go with the first option, since I will probably be using my domain spells more than turn undead.One way would be to treat Turning as if your save DC was +1. Then give your +PB feature to spell save DC and spell attack modifier for Domain spells.
Or vise versa. PB gonus to Turning and +1 to domain spells, whichever you prefer.
Or we could think up something else entirely.