Abdul Whalid



4 Rogue (Assassin), 1 Fighter

STR: 13
DEX: 20
CON: 16
INT: 13
WIS: 16
CHA: 12

HP: 44 (5 + CON mod)
AC: 17 (Studded Leather Armor + DEX mod)

Age: 19
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
Size: Medium
Speed: 30 ft.

Languages: Midani (Common), Halfling

Proficiency Bonus: +2
Saving throws: Dexterity, Intelligence
Skills: Acrobatics, Athletics, Insight, Investigation, Perception, Sleight of Hand, Stealth
Tools: Thieve’s Tools


  • Urchin
  • Feature: City Knowledge: Finds way around cities very well and very fast.
  • Personality Trait: I have bad manners. I am bad with money.
  • Ideal: I help those who help me, we help each other.
  • Bond: No one should endure the hardships I’ve been through (war).
  • Flaw: It’s not stealing if I need it more than anyone else.

Abdul was abandoned as an infant. His mother was a lady who got married frequently and didn’t want a child tying her down. She left him with a monetary. He was raised there until he was 5 when he ran off. It was not a great choice on his part. He almost died several times in the first few days. He fell in with a few other urchins and learned how to live on the streets.

The civil war kicked off when he was nine and life grew even more dangerous. He started honing his skills in stealth and pick pocketing. He was merely capable before but became extremely talented with practice. He joined the thieves guild at 12 and moved up the ranks from spotter to crew member. The war eventually settled and the princess took control. banditry in the region provided lucrative opportunities and Abdul used his guild connections to fence materials in the city.

The fencing has been extremely lucrative since the solidification of power. Stability does wonders for trade. Though, with the solidification of power comes the consolidation of the underworld. The work that is going around is becoming more and more controlled by fewer and fewer people. Eventually the work was funneled into the hands of the few as power tends to be. Abdul managed to keep his autonomous nature due to his connections but slowly Ayser reigned in control of most of Abdul’s territory and was forcing freelancers to work for his piggy self.

Abdul Whalid

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