Art of the Genre

It is an interesting question, right?  I've played a lot of D&D the past 30 years and even with a few women, and a couple did play clerics, but in reality, the bulk of clerics played have been NPCs, and of those, I'd say 80% were beautiful women.  Is this common, or am I in the vast minority?

Whatever the case, here are some lovely ones for you to peruse.

Yep, absolutely been there...

She carries a big mace, is this Pathfinder? :)

Yes I played 2nd Edition, and yes, I enjoyed it.

I think one of my characters dated her once... it didn't end well.

'What, you don't like the mid-drift?'

Clarion for the win!

Halfling cleric maybe?  Either that, or the campaign needs aged up a few years.

I know what you are thinking, Monk/Wizard, but that bookmark says cleric to me.  Then again it is Pathfinder, so the first guess was probably right. :)

Aleena... just drop the mic and walk off the stage.

Written by Scott Taylor — September 10, 2015


Christopher B:


When I was younger, yes. Now, they’re usually scarred and/or mutilated and/or smelly zealots – the best one can hope for is one with average charisma. Your question made me think – I wonder if my group has been subconsciously bucking that decades old trend…

September 15 2015 at 07:09 PM

G. Cole:

Most of them have been more akin to Friar Tuck. My group didn’t start having beautiful female clerics until after my wife started playing.

May 12 2021 at 03:05 PM

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