Brogan (AKA Wraith, 4e Character)

"So you want to know my name? Which one do you want me to give you?"


== Created Using Wizards of the Coast D&D Character Builder ==
Brogan Greybeard, level 17
Duergar, Rogue (Scoundrel), Master Spy
Build: Shadowy Rogue
Rogue Tactics Option: Cunning Sneak
Rogue Option: Sharpshooter Talent
Sharpshooter Talent Option: Sharpshooter Talent (Crossbow)
Assassin (Assassin Benefit)

STR 18, CON 18, DEX 22, INT 16, WIS 15, CHA 20

STR 16, CON 15, DEX 18, INT 15, WIS 12, CHA 17

AC: 28 Fort: 25 Ref: 29 Will: 26
HP: 125 Surges: 10 Surge Value: 31

Bluff +21, Insight +17, Perception +17, Stealth +24, Streetwise +18, Thievery +19

Acrobatics +18, Arcana +12, Athletics +16, Diplomacy +13, Dungeoneering +12, Endurance +12, Heal +10, History +11, Intimidate +15, Nature +10, Religion +11

Basic Attack: Melee Basic Attack
Basic Attack: Ranged Basic Attack
Duergar Racial Power: Infernal Quills
Rogue Attack 1: Riposte Strike
Rogue Attack 1: Sly Flourish
Rogue Utility 2: Adaptable Flanker
Rogue Attack 5: Deep Cut
Rogue Utility 6: Chameleon
Rogue Attack 7: From the Shadows
Rogue Attack 9: Vexing Escape
Rogue Utility 10: Shadow Stride
Master Spy Attack 11: Lingering Revelation
Master Spy Utility 12: Quick Change
Rogue Attack 13: Toppling Slash
Rogue Attack 15: Slaying Strike
Rogue Utility 16: Foil the Lock
Rogue Attack 17: Blistering Outburst

Far Shot
Level 1: Backstabber
Level 2: Alertness
Level 4: Two-Fisted Shooter
Level 6: Toughness
Level 8: Skilled Feint
Level 10: Skill Focus (Bluff)
Level 11: Weapon Expertise (Crossbow)
Level 12: Weapon Expertise (Light blade)
Level 14: Uncanny Dodge
Level 16: Light Blade Expertise

Assassin’s Short sword +4 x1
Phasing Hand crossbow +4 x1
Shadowflow Feyleather Armor +4 x1
Bracers of Infinite Blades (level 16) x1
Boots of Speed x1
Gloves of Storing x1
Skull Mask (paragon tier) x1
Brooch of Vitality +3 x1
Ring of Feather Fall x1
Face-Stealing Ring x1
Dynamic Belt (paragon tier) x1
Everlasting Provisions
Flying Carpet
Handy Haversack
Portable Hole
Sending Stones (pair)
Rope of Climbing
Chime of Awakening
Endless Canteen
Endless Quiver
Exodus Knife
Flying Hook
Hunter’s Flint
Pouches of Shared Acquisition
Spymaster’s Quill
Unfettered Thieves’ Tools
Potion Bandolier
Alchemist’s Acid (level 16)
Alchemist’s Fire (level 16)
Antivenom (paragon tier)
Eyesting (level 14)
Corrosive Oil (level 13)
Potion of Life
Potion of Healing
Potion of Vitality
Potion of Mimicry (paragon tier)
Elixir of Invisibility (paragon tier)
== End ==


Brogran Greybeard grew up in Skullport, where he was raised by Warwick, a retired human rogue. Warwick had found the Duergar infant amidst the wreckage of a caravan that had been wiped out in a drow ambush in the tunnels outside of Skullport. For Warwick, taking in orphans had becoome some what of a hobby. When he found Brogan, Warwick had already been raising Grazz, a young Gnoll child, for two years. Warwick owned a curiosities shop in Skullport, and Brogan and Grazz were groomed to take over for the aging rogue. But Skullport was a treachorous place, and the old crafty rogue also taught his two adopted sons every tool or his former trade. This training proved valuable, as both Brogan and Grazz used these skills to reclaim shipments that had been stolen enroute to the shop as well as keep rivals who were willing to stop at nothing to eliminate the competition at bay.
In 1365, at the age of twenty-four, Brogan lost his adopted father. Warick had finally succomed to old age, and with the old rogue gone, his old enemies started to move in on his turf. Brogan and Grazz, despite now being skilled rogues themselves, found themselves out numbered and in mortal danger. As fate would have it, and unbeknownst to Brogan and Grazz, in the final year of his life, their father had been supplying information as to the goings on in Skullport to a powerful contact above in the city of Waterdeep. The contact, a drow elf named Gaerd, who was part of the secret Order of the Phoenix, now came to the aid of his former spy’s sons. Within a ride, the rival had disappeared and his allies were either dead, or had fled Skullport. Gaerd then offered both Brogan and Grazz a proposition: The Order of the Phoenix would buy their shop, and turn it into a business that bought and sold all manner of magic items. Brogan and Grazz would be the front for the business, and the Order would provide a number of agents to support them down in Skullport. Gaerd also asked Brogan and Grazz to continue the work their father had started, providing information for the Order. And so it was in 1365, that Brogan Greybeard became Bromburg, and a new magic shop, Bromburg’s Trinkets and Things, opened in city Skullport.

Brogan (AKA Wraith, 4e Character)

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