So here is a character you can steal for your game.
Sir Gannon, the Gold Knight
There is a small hamlet on the shores of a large lake in the Land of Penn that has known peace for nearly three generations. The land has had a history of great war, the Burg of Getty in east still sees the ghosts of long dead warriors from their bloody battles there. Even the home of the King in the Burg of Harris is constantly prepared for war and many of the best warriors come to this town to learn the arts of combat. But these towns do not have the one thing that has insured peace of small village of Erie.
They are not the home of Sir Gannon, the Gold Knight.
Gannon began, and many say remain to this day, a modest man of simple means. He inherited his father's castle at a young age. While he could have been content with the life of a land-owner he instead began his trainning for the priesthood. He spent long hours in quiet meditation, prayer and scholarship. His studies began early as a child and continued long past what others had done into his manhood. He turned his father's castle to a place where all could come and learn as he had done to make their lives better or just to satisfy an intellectual hunger. He only asked that help contribute to the town, and embrace his values of good over evil, charity over greed, and lawfulness over chaos. Some said he was naïve of the world and even old-fashioned, but Gannon knew better, he simply wished for a peaceful, quiet life.
Gannon would have been at peace, but peace was not offered to him. His land was plagued by foul undead, goblins and fell spellcasters. Reluctantly he took up the sword and defended the people that had come to learn from him.
He doned the only armor he had available to him, his father's magical gilded platemail and he met the challenges. For years Sir Gannon defended his lands. He always meant to exchange his armor for something less ostentatious, but his renown had grown. While not vain, he knew that the stories of "The Golden Knight" were often enough to persuade evil men and creatures to find spoils elsewhere. Plus the sight of his gilded armor on horseback was a welcomed and reassuring sight to those he defended.
Though now the great Sir Gannon is old and there are few willing, or able, to take up his cause.
Here is the great Sir Gannon as a Spellcraft & Swordplay Paladin (Warrior Elite-path).
Sir Gannon, The Gold Knight
Paladin 10th level
HD: 10+7 (60 hp)
AC: 12 (magical Field Plate and shield)
Special: +2 to Con-based saves (+4 total), Combat Style Mastery: Mounted Combat +2, Healing touch 20hp per day, +2 to all saves, disease immunity, detect and dispel evil, Holy Sword +3 ("Aggredior"), Holy Mount ("Charger").
Sir Gannon has recently taken on a young squire to aid him. Del is not a knight, but he will to aid the Gold Knight and that makes up for his lack of combat skill.
Bards are an elite path found in Monstrous Mayhem.
Del, his squire
3rd level Bard
HD: 2+2 (11 hp)
AC: 3 (magic leather)
Special: Favored Abilities (Indigence, Charisma) +1, Open Locks +3, Trapsmith +3, Pick Pockets +4, Stealth +4, Perception +2, Expert Linguist, Climb, Vital Strike, Uncanny Dodge, Lore +1, Prestidigitation
Currently Sir Gannon and Del are perusing what they believe to be a coven of evil witches. They are in fact Succubi. The Succubi though have no greater plans than to stir up some trouble and maybe claim a couple of souls, or at least enough gold to move on to the next town. They were summoned by an old warlock that died before he could send them back and now they are running free. They have taken false names to hide their True Names.
Succubi, witches and warlocks all appear in Eldritch Witchery.
"Sabrina", "Raven" and "Destiny"
Move: 90' / Fly: 120'
HD: 6 (25)
Attacks: Claw/Claw/Special (2 dagger-2)
Special: Fly 120', Energy Drain (kiss), Darkvision, Dominate, Magic Resistance (fire), Immune to mundane weapons