Cleric of the Raven Queen. Surprisingly nonviolent.
Scythe weapon At-Will
Attack: Melee 1 (one creature); 2 damage.
Astral Seal Divine, Healing, Implement At-Will
Attack: Ranged 5 (one creature) +7 vs. Reflex
Hit: Until the end of Camille’s next turn, the target takes a -2 penalty to all defenses. The next ally who hits it before the end of Camlle’s next turn regains 6 hit points.
Lance of Faith Divine, Implement, Radiant At-Will
Attack: Ranged 5 (one creature) 4 radiant damage, and one ally that Camille can see gains a +2 power bonus to his next attack roll against the target.
Astral Flare Divine, Implement Encounter
Attack: Close Burst 3 (each enemy in the burst) +5 vs. Will
Hit: The target is dazed until the end of Camille’s next turn.
Healing Word Healing 2/Encounter
Close burst 5 (Camille or one ally in the burst)
Effect: The target can spend a healing surge and regain 1d6 +4 additional HP.
Channel Divinity: Healer’s Mercy Divine, Healing Encounter
Close Burst 5 (each bloodied ally in the burst)
Effect: Each target can spend a healing surge. Camille is weakened until the end of her next turn.
Heroic Effort Encounter
Trigger: Camille misses with an attack or fails a saving throw.
Effect: Camille gains a +4 racial bonus to the attack roll or saving throw.
Camille is short but with well-defined muscles, suggesting a past filled with physical exertion. She hides this with a loose-fitting robe (raven black with a feather-like layering and a hood that ends in a low, long peak, hiding her face.) Her robe is adorned with the emblem of The Raven Queen, and she carries a scythe for use in a fight.
Camille acts as a hospitaler, bringing healing where she can. She shows those who hurt that Death is inevitable, so therefore dying can wait.
Despite the Raven Queen’s reputation as the god of death, Camille avoids violence when possible. When she can’t stop a fight from starting, Camille sighs, and quietly hefts her scythe and into battle, praying to the Raven Queen to let her keep her allies alive a bit longer, and to help her not to hesitate to end life when necessary.