An eccentric rogue with sticky fingers and a silver tongue.
KVASER CR 7
Male Gnome Rogue 8
CN Small Humanoid (Gnome)
Init 5 armor, 16)
Fort 3 (1d4+1/19-20/x2) and
Sap 2 (1d4/20/x2) and
Unarmed Strike 2 (1d2/20/x2)
Special Attacks Distracting Attack, Sneak Attack , cast Dancing Lights once per day.
Defensive Training (, cast Ghost Sound once per day.
Gnome Magic .
Low-Light Vision See twice as far as a human in low light, distinguishing color and detail.
Prestidigitation (1/day) (Sp) With Charisma 11+, cast Prestidigitation once per day.
Quick Draw Draw a weapon as a free action. Throw at full rate of attacks.
Sneak Attack +4d6 +4d6 damage if you flank your target or your target is flat-footed.
Speak with Animals (1/day) (Sp) Speak with Animals 1/day.
Trap Sense +2 (Ex) +2 bonus on reflex saves and AC against traps.
Trapfinding +4 +4 to find or disable traps.
Kvaser was member of a wandering band of gnomads who travelled and regaled in a simple lifestyle in Harantium until the Orc invasion changed everything. He was lucky enough to hide under a pile of rocks while his troupe was getting massacred, and the image of the orc commander, a red-skinned one-eyed brute with four fingers on his left hand has been burned into his memory of the trauma.
Kvaser spent the years as a refugee and wanderer, living by his wits and silver tongue. As a gnome he found no opportunities or respect to do honest work, so he turned to petty crimes and adventures. Although he never went out of his way to do good, he never went out of his way to do harm either. He’s been member to a few uppity groups of adventurers, usually being the sole survivor. He’s also made a name for himself to some minor capacity at Caprigan, which is why he generally tries to avoid it until the whole thing with the drunken elephants blows over.
What has gotten Kvaser travelling out of Caprigan and towards Beacon was a letter, apparently genuine, from his long-lost brother: a family member that apparently survived the massacre. Norin, a younger brother, has found refuge in Beacon during the time it was accepting refugees before it closed its doors. According to the letter, Norin has become a cleric in the city of Beacon; after his life was saved by the church of Oa he made his way into the city and eventually was converted to the ways of Oa.
He now moves forth to reunite with his younger brother, Norin, and to get revenge on the Orcs that destroyed his life.