DDD Everiat

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Dwellers in Dark Dungeons

Everiat Grim, Full PC[edit]

  • Human Thief 4
  • XP: 5065
  • Neutral


  • STR 11
  • INT 11
  • WIS 10
  • DEX 11
  • CON 9
  • CHA 15 (+1)



  • Merchant: The character begins play Proficient in Bargaining, and if he spends a number of days equal to the Market Class of a City familiarizing herself with the area, he may treat it as being one Class larger. (+2 total)
    • Junction functions as Market Class 6
    • Rhea's Ford functions as Market Class 10


  • Common


  • Favored Weapon: handaxe. When using handaxes, Everiat gains a +1 bonus to all attacks and special maneuvers made with the weapon. The bonus increases to +2 at 5th level and +3 at 10th level.
  • Merchant Prince: After spending a number of days in a given urban settlement equal to the settlement’s market class, Everiat may treat it as if were another one class higher. He need only spend the time in a settlement once to gain the benefit. (+2 total)

Combat Maneuvers[edit]

  • Cleave x2
  • Precise Shot
  • Trick Shot


  • Bargaining: Proficient 15+
  • Trickery: Proficient (Bribery, Gambling, Read Lips) 15+


  • AC 12
  • HP 16
  • Movement Rate 90
  • Initiative Modifier +0
  • Attacks (BAB +2)
    • Primary Melee Attack: masterwork handaxe, +4 to hit, 1d6 damage
    • Secondary Melee Attack:
    • Primary Ranged Attack: masterwork handaxe, +4 to hit, 1d6 damage, 10/20/30
  • Saves:
    • Petrification & Paralysis 12
    • Poison & Death 13
    • Breath 15
    • Staves & Wands 14
    • Spells 13

Thief Abilities[edit]

  • Backstab +4 to hit, x2 damage
  • Pick Locks/Remove Traps 5
  • Search 5
  • Sleight of Hand 8
  • Sneak 6
  • Hear Noise 8
  • Climb Walls 8
  • Decipher N/A


  • Coinpurse 25.8 gp
  • Ready 5/5
    • Leather Armor
    • Handaxe, masterwork +1 to hit
    • Handaxe, masterwork +1 to hit
    • 10' pole
    • Backpack/Stowed 11/11
      • Thieves' tools
      • Wineskin
      • Bundle of torches (6)
      • Flint and steel
      • Crowbar
      • Bedroll
      • Dagger
      • Handaxe
      • Bundle of large sacks (3)
      • Trail rations
      • Trail rations
  • Treasure: 1723 gp, 11 silver, 20 cp, two gems (500 gp each), one gem (75 gp)
  • Investments: 500 gp invested in the Rocky Peaks caravan of Ferum Vinbit, 10% of profits promised to Ernaror Vos


San Earoy
Fighter 2 (2000/4000 XP)
Str 12, Int 11, Wis 8, Dex 16, Con 11, Cha 12
BAB +2, HP 7
Background: Outdoorsman (The character has spent much of their life outdoors, and as such is proficient at foraging for food, following tracks, setting snares and the like. The character is Proficient in Tracking and Wilderness survival (one terrain type)
Knack: Favored Weapon (longbow, +1 to hit)
Combat Maneuvers: Cleave, Precise Shot, Trip, Disarm
Skills: Tracking (Skilled), Wilderness Survival: X (Proficient) Assume standard adventuring gear, plus leather, longbow, shortsword
Coin: 77.23 gp


Everiat's Trade Caravan[edit]

  • two draft horses
  • 1 unit steel tools (100 lbs, base value 200 gp, purchased for 180 gp)
  • 1 unit steel weapons (100 lbs, base value 250 gp, purchased for 175 gp)
  • Prospects
    • Everiat has identified four alchemists in Rhea's Ford as part of his survey. He asks them about the windbark blossoms, and all four give him roughly the same answer: a pound of blossoms is worth roughly 200 gold alcedes.

Everiat's Nefarious Friends[edit]

On the morning of the eighth day in Rhea's Ford, as Everiat is making the rounds of the tailors in Rhea's Ford, he's approached by a non-descript woman in a light blue dress. She nods, introduces herself as Evercen, and makes the thief an offer. "I represent a . . . group of interested and well-connected individuals," she says, "and I have been sent to make you an offer to retain your services. It's not a big deal, and you wouldn't be required to do anything dangerous or illegal. We've seen you around the city, and have learned that you hail from Junction. The group I represent is interested in, well, let's just say they're interested in information about what lies to the west of here. All we ask is that you send the occasional letter, informing us of what's going on in Junction and beyond. Gossip, really, nothing more. It seems that you've got a way of finding out things, though, and it's possible that you'll be able to help you out. In exchange for a letter every, say, two or three weeks my employers will be willing to pay you one hundred gold a month, plus bonuses if you find out anything juicy."

I am not sure I can offer you any more assurances than what I already have," she says, "as my employers wish, no, demand, that they remain anonymous. I can promise you that it is better this way; while what we ask is not strictly illegal, it would be better if everyone had plausible deniability should any questions be asked." She pauses and looks seriously at Everiat. "I know you are of a mercantile bent. To prove our good faith, how about I suggest that when your return to Junction you invest in the caravan owned by a merchant named Ferum Vinbit, bound for Rocky Peak. I think you will be pleased by the return you receive on the invesment. If you are, and you wish to work further with us, all you have to do is write a letter, sealed with blue wax and this stamp". She hands Everiat a small seal of iron. "Address it to 'Aunt Heredun, 204 Avenue Rouge, Rhea's Ford' and leave it with Kev Vinley, who runs a bakery in Junction. When you return in two or three weeks with another letter there will be a package left for you there, addressed to Werdrid, which is the name you will give the baker. Ask Kev for a thrice-baked cheese blintz, and he will give you the package."


Ernaror Vos, survivor of the goblin raid EV: "Thank you," she effuses, "you have been more than kind. I owe you my life. If there's anything you need me to do, you have only to ask!" Everiat: "If you mean that, Ernaror, then *I* might. If I'm to accompany my fellows in ridding this immediate threat, then I need a safe person to store my goods with until I'm able to return and take them to their destination. If you're unable to hold onto goods without taking them for yourself and selling them, there's no shame in that as long as you're upfront about it now. If you, though, can hold them for me, I suspect there's more income in it for you over time. What say you?" EV: She looks surprised at this offer. "Sure," she says, "I can do that. I owe you that much, at least. Do you want me to look into renting a warehouse or storage space, as well?"

EV: Everiat finds that Ernaror Vos, the lone survivor of the goblin raid, has remained faithful to her word. "I will look after any treasures you have gleaned," she says, "I owe you my life and more, now that the the deaths of my companions have been avenged. Anything you would like me to do I will.

25 gp/month for the warehouse + 25 gp/month to Ernaror Vos +10% of his side earnings to Vos
the Charter pays 25 gp/month for the warehouse