Young, Naive, Energetic Thief
Click Reddy Level 1 Skirmisher
Small natural humanoid XP 100
Initiative +5 Senses Perception +0
HP 25; Bloodied 12
AC 15; Fortitude 12; Reflex 14; Will 13
Saving Throws +5 against fear effects
m Dagger (at-will; standard) • Weapon
+7 vs AC; 1d4 + 3 damage
r Dagger (at-will; standard) • Weapon
Ranged 5/10; +7 vs AC; 1d4 + 3 damage
M Mobile Melee Attack (at-will; standard)
Click can move up to 3 squares and make one melee basic attack at any point during that
movement. He doesn’t provoke opportunity attacks when moving away from the target of his attack.
Click deals an extra 1d6 damage on melee attacks against any target he has combat advantage against.
Halflings gain a +2 racial bonus to AC against opportunity attacks.
Second Chance (encounter; immediate interrupt, when hit by an attack)
Click forces the attacker to reroll the attack and take the new result.
Alignment Any Languages Ghali, Absi
Skills Acrobatics +8, Stealth +8, Thievery +8
Str 11 (+0) Dex 16 (+3) Wis 10 (+0)
Con 9 (–1) Int 9 (–1) Cha 14 (+2)
Equipment Thieves’ Tools, Leather Armor, Dagger x4
Click was always much better with his hands than with his brain. Perhaps his parents doted on him a bit much. Perhaps his father cleaned up one too many messes for his son. Click is young, excitable, and eager to finally be away from his overprotective, country family.
Click walked into a bar in Pott’s Field last week, fresh off the trail. He announced he was looking for work and bragged about his expensive family heirloom daggers.
Well, he woke up a few hours later with a dent in his head. His daggers are gone, as well as his money and his coat. He’s had to make do with some chipped knives lifted from a street vendor. The days are getting colder, he’s going to need to find some warmer clothes. He also has only eaten once or twice in the past week and starting to get a bit frazzled around the eyes.
He’s willing to do nearly anything for some simple coin. He’d sure be grateful to anyone who’d help him find work. Though anyone who knows him well could tell you he hasn’t learned his lesson yet, and the big city might just break him.