Darius Lawbringer CR 6
LE Medium Aberration
, Senses ; ; darkvision 60 ft.
Aura Aura of Evil
Languages celestial, common
AC 16, touch 8, flat-footed 16 (-2 dex, +6 armor, +2 shield)
hp 38 (4d10+16 HD); DR 5/magic
Immune acid; Resist acid 5, cold 5, electricity 5
Fast healing 2
Spd 20 ft. (4 squares)
Melee Mwk bastard sword +11 (1d10+4/19-20x2)
Ranged Mwk comp longbow +3 (1d8+4/x3 - 110 ft.)
Base Atk +4;
Space 5 ft.; Reach 5 ft.
Atk Options smite good (+2 atk, +2 dmg) 1/day, deadly touch (melee touch +8, 4 dmg, Will DC 17 for half), disruptive attack (melee touch +8, 2 vile damage), power attack (-4 atk, +4 dmg)
Combat Gear potion of bear's endurance, potion of bull's strength
Spell-like Abilities (CL 2): detect good at will
Abilities, , , , ,
SQ divine grace
Feats exotic weapon proficiency (bastard sword), weapon focus (bastard sword), power attack
Skills handle animal +9, ride +8
Possessions +1 breastplate, masterwork heavy steel shield, masterwork bastard sword, masterwork composite (+4 Str) longbow with 20 arrows, leather pouch with 1d6 platinum pieces and 1d8 gold pieces
Advancement CR 8 Version
Note: Technically, according to the rules for Corrupt creatures from the Book of Vile Darkness, Aasimars cannot be Corrupted because they are Outsiders. However, I felt that this was a reasonable exception to that rule, and it fits very well with the character idea as well.
Darius Lawbringer's weak will has allowed him to be further manipulated by the small, banished devil to the point that he has undergone a dark, unnatural ritual and become wholly corrupted by evil. His eyes still glow golden, but they are tainted by dark red streaks, his silver hair has begun turning black, and his former wisdom and angelic handsomeness have been torn away by the darkness that now boils in his heart. In return, he has become unnaturally strong and diabolically tough, healing almost instantly from nonmagical weapons, and even healing quickly from those attacks. The banished devil is trying to lead him on a terrible crusade of revenge against the holy gods who "betrayed" him.