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4th level Neutral Good Gully Dwarf: 4th level Rogue.

Str 14
Dex 17
Con 16
Int 10
Wis 14
Chr 13
Speed 20

Fort +4, Ref +7, Will +3

Hp 29
AC 19
Base Atk: +3
Club +7: 1d6+2 damage.

Abilities: +1 Attack/AC (size bonus), +6 Hide, +2 Move Silently/Survival, +2 vs Poison/Disease, +4 Diplomacy (begging), -4 vs Intimidation/Fear saves, Sneak Attack +2d6, Trapfinding, Trap Sense +1, Evasion, Uncanny Dodge.
Skills: Appraisal, Cooking, Hide, Spot, Search, Listen, Move Silently, & Climb.
Items: Masterwork Club, various potions, pretty rocks, & assorted junk. She wears “book armour” and has a large pack filled with so much junk it serves as a shield attached to her back.

Redknot is a gully dwarf on a quest. She is looking for her “Hubby”, a mountain dwarf named “Thump”. Thump however has no intentions of being found, or in marrying Redknot. She doesn’t know this however and assumes he is simply lost (again!) and so is looking for him. She travels from city to city, town to town, searching the sewers and all the pubs for her “Hubby”.

Despite smelling like old beer and rotting food, Redknot is surprisingly likeable and funny to be around (although usually people are laughing at her instead of with her). She is basically a gully dwarf comedian. She is smarter than the average gully dwarf, which makes her basically a leader when amongst her own kind. She still can’t count past 2 however.

She is quite good at cooking and appraising things. She doesn’t appraise something for its value, but rather for its usefulness. When she looks at an object she determines what it could be used for, and its uses are not what someone would normally expect. She currently wears an old wizard’s book strapped to her chest like a breastplate. The book has protection wards on it that make it invulnerable. The book therefore makes good armour. The rest of her “armour” is more or less piecemeal made from a strange variety of things.