World's Largest Dungeon
Reluctant Volunteer (lvl 4)
Alignment Chaotic Neutral
Current Experience 4280
Armor Class 14 (Leather Armor)
Hit Points 25
Speed 30 ft.
STR 9 ( -1) DEX 17 ( +3) CON 11 ( 0)
INT 13 ( +1) WIS 13 ( +1) CHA 13 ( +1)
Saving Throws Dex +5, Int +3
Skills Acrobatics +5, Deception +3, Intimidation +3, Perception +3, Sleight of Hand +7, Stealth +7
Senses Passive Perception 13
Languages Common, Elven; Goblin, Thieves Cant
Proficiencies Hand Crossbows, Light Armor, Long Bows, Long Swords, Rapiers, Short Bows, Short Swords, Simple Weapons, Thieves Tools
Features Cantrip (Mage Hand), Cunning Action, Darkvision, Elf Weapon Training, Expertise, Fey Ancestry, Keen Senses, Roguish Archetype (thief), Sneak Attack, Thieves’ Cant, Trance,
Equipment Ancient Arrow of Elven design, Backpack, Ball bearings (100), Barrels of Rusty Nails (7), Bell, Blanket, Candles (5), Crowbar (2), Dark Common Clothes and Hood, Fishing Tackle, Hammer, Hempen Rope (100ft), Hooded Lantern, Oil Flask (2), Pitons (10), Rations (5 days), Set of Cards, String (10ft), Trophy Dagger, Tinderbox, Water Skin
Gear Dagger (2), Masterwork Dagger, Quiver (95 Arrows), Grappling Hook, Long Bow, Thieves Tools
Money Pouch 13gp, 5sp
Treasure Small Gold Ring (20gp), Small Pieces of Jade (7 at 110gp each), Silver ring with a moonstone (105gp), 32 Low Value Gems (10gp each), Silver Brooch (100gp), “Magical” Gold ring, Perfect Cut Diamond with continual flame (2,000gp)
Personality Traits The first thing I do in a new place is to note the location sof everything valuable – or where such things could be hidden and the best way to get me to get me to do something is to tell me I can’t do it.
Ideals I’m good at what I do.
Bonds I’m the greatest thief that ever lived.
Flaws When I see something valuable, I can’t think about anything but how to steal it.
During what Men thought would be a straight forward filch inside the walls of Baldur’s Gate citadel, she found herself face to face with a quite unsafe state of affairs. Fleeing from the Baldur’s Gate guards, Men went on the run, making her way to Waterdeep. When cornered in the Main Market by her assailants, Menelri acting out in desperation, felt her only escape was to be incarcerated by the Waterdeep guard. She immediately sliced the gullet of the closest individual, not realizing that the unfortunate soul was the beloved wife of the Captain of the Guard. Being arrested allowed her to stumble on a brief solace from Baldur’s Gate. It wasn’t long before the Governor of Waterdeep came to give her an ultimatum, death by public hanging or serve penance in the name of Waterdeep. Given no choice, Menelri was forced to volunteer, though reluctantly disgruntled.