Just for a little bit of background info -- this isn't any kind of challenge playthrough, and I'm running only one mod: IWDification.
My CHARNAME is a Berserker to be dualled into Druid named Yehudit. I don't feel like I'm particularly cheating running Autoroller, so I took a bath while it ran and got a roll of 98 with 18/77 strength. Her starting stats are:
Intelligence: 10 (I don't like dropping stats below 9 or 10)
Two-Handed Style ++
It might feel a little exploitative, but I feel as though Yehudit's unique heritage can merit that sort of advantage.
This is largely an RP sort of playthrough wherein I will chronicle Yehudit's daily adventures through the whole trilogy with her all-girl gang.
Here is Yehudit's bio going into BGEE:
The circumstances of Yehudit's birth are unknown to her outside of the fact that her mother passed away during
childbirth. She showed signs early of great physical prowess, but she also took quickly to the teachings of her foster father, the sage Gorion, who taught her great wisdom. She always strives to establish a deeper sense of parity in the world, which for her means standing up for the oppressed, downtrodden, and outcast.
Following her hurried departure from Candlekeep, she seeks to surround herself with individuals who are of a lesser social status. These invariably end up being women (despite the relative gender parity in Faerun), and Yehudit's adventuring group becomes quickly known as the "girl gang of the Sword Coast". May their exploits embolden other women, drow, and outcast mages to take up the mantle of adventuring!