Clark Wainwright

Half-elven revolutionary


Class/Level: Rogue (Arcane Trickster)/ 7
Background: Charlatan
Alignment: Chaotic Good
Experience Points: 2700

Strength: 13/ + 1
Dexterity: 16/ + 3
Constitution: 13/ + 1
Intelligence: 16/ + 3
Wisdom: 13/ + 1
Charisma: 18/ + 4

Proficiency Bonus: + 3
AC: 15 (+ 3 dex, +2 studded leather armor)
Initiative: + 3
Speed: 30 feet

HP: 39
Hit Dice: d8/7

Attacks: Shortsword + 6, 1d6 +3
Shortsword (offhand) + 6, 1d6
Dagger + 6, 1d4 +3
Spell Attack: + 6
Spell Save DC: 14

Saving Throws: Strength +1, Dexterity +6, Constitution +1, Intelligence +6, Wisdom +1, Charisma +4

Skills: Acrobatics +6, Animal Handling +1, Arcana +6, Athletics +1, Deception + 10, History + 3, Insight +1, Intimidation + 4, Investigation + 6, Medicine + 1, Nature + 3, Perception + 4, Performance + 2, Persuasion + 10, Religion + 3, Sleight of Hand + 6, Stealth + 9, Survival + 1

Spells Known: 0 (3, at will): Mage Hand, Minor Illusion, Message
1 (4 known, 3 cast per long rest): Disguise Self, Find Familiar, Silent Image, Tasha’s Hideous Laughter
2 (1 known, 2 cast per long rest): Invisibility

Other Proficiencies and Languages: Disguise Kit ( + 6), Forgery Kit ( + 6), Thief’s Tools ( + 9), Common, Elvish, Dwarven, Thieves’ Cant, Longsword, Rapier, Shortsword, hand crossbow, simple weapons , light armor

Features and Traits: False Identity (King Dog of Tanner’s Alley)
Darkvision (vision in dim light to 60 ft., dark treated as dim)
Fey Ancestry (Advantage on saving throws vs. charm)
Expertise (Apply double proficiency bonus to Persuasion and Thieves’ Tools)
Sneak Attack +4d6
Cunning Action: Bonus action to disengage, hide, dash
Mage Hand Legerdemain: Mage Hand is invisible, and can stow objects, retrieve objects, and use thieves’ tools to pick locks and disarm traps at range
Uncanny Dodge: Spend your reaction to reduce damage from one attack by half
Evasion: When making a dexterity saving throw for half damage, take half damage on a fail and no damage on a success

Feat: Lucky (3 rerolls for attacks, skills, or saving throws per day, or substitute for an enemy’s roll of same)

Equipment (56/65 ecumberance): Narwhal Shortsword x 2 (4 lbs), Studded Leather Armor (14 lbs), shark tooth dagger x 2 (2 lbs),

Stored equipment: Disguise Kit (3 lbs), Fine Clothes (worn), 10 bottle of ink (1 on person, 9 at home), several sheets of paper

Treasure: Ring of Mind Shielding, Ring of Freedom of Action, Gloves of Thievery


Clark Wainwright is the result of an encounter between human peasantry and elven royalty – or so he imagines. In truth, Clark’s father will say nothing of his mysterious elven mother, and no amount of pleading, cajoling, or wheedling will help. All that Clark knows is that his mother sends a small stipend every month for an arcane magic tutor.

Snegle, the man hired by Clark’s father, proved to be a rather quixotic tutor however. Although undeniably talented in magic, Snegle spent as much time teaching Clark history and philosophy as magic. Clark didn’t mind, and took Snegle’s lessons on the natural dignity of all sapient beings to heart. Under Snegle’s tutelage, Clark came to hate the unnatural and arbitrary division of society into the upper class whose position was maintained by exploiting the peasantry.

Clark tried to share his ideas with his fellows in Ferros, but his preaching was mostly met with confusion, if not outright hostility. Clark has been arrested for sedition several times; this has not deterred him, however. Prison was just another place to spread his message, and his fellow inmates taught him such useful skills as lockpicking, forgery, and stealth.

After having his ideas called doggerel one too many times, Clark has decided to wear it as a mantle. Now he preaches his revolutionary ideals in disguise as King Doggerel of Tanner’s Alley. However, after hearing Maggy’s proposal, Clark has decided that there might be a more direct way to put his ideals into action…

As the upper class has no compunctions about exploiting those of lower station, Clark thinks it only fair that he uses underhanded methods to redress the situation; the scales are balanced if one lies, steals, and cheats from a liar, stealing, cheat. Although Clark will not hesitate to kill if necessary, he prefers to use his wits and charms to solve problems whenever necessary. Corpses make martyrs; living foes make fools.

Clark Wainwright

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