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Sent, level 1
Changeling, Wizard
Build: Illusionist Wizard
Arcane Implement Mastery: Orb of Deception

Str 10, Con 10, Dex 11, Int 20, Wis 14, Cha 10.

Str 10, Con 10, Dex 11, Int 18, Wis 14, Cha 8.

AC: 15 Fort: 10 Reflex: 15 Will: 15
HP: 20 Surges: 8 Surge Value: 5

Arcana +10, Dungeoneering +7, History +10, Insight +9

Acrobatics, Bluff +2, Diplomacy, Endurance, Heal +2, Intimidate, Nature +2, Perception +2, Religion +5, Stealth, Streetwise, Thievery, Athletics

Wizard: Ritual Caster
Level 1: Durable

Wizard at-will 1: Thunderwave
Wizard at-will 1: Illusory Ambush
Wizard encounter 1: Grasping Shadows
Wizard daily 1: Horrid Whispers
Wizard daily 1 Spellbook: Phantom Chasm

Cloth Armor (Basic Clothing), Adventurer’s Kit, Potion of Healing (heroic tier), Spellbook
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During the Last War, Sent’s parents were lynched by a mob of paranoid human villagers, until a group of goblins appeared and rescued the changelings. These goblins were members of the shaarat’khesh (“silent knives”), an order of spies and assassins. Sent’s parents found shelter with the goblins and ultimately were accepted into the order, and Sent was raised among the goblins. He was inspired by the goblin history set to work studying what volumes they had. He learnt what he could and slowly begin to comprehend the goblins long history and understand their uses of magical arts. He documents those arts whereever possible, recording them and gathering knowledge
While Sent can mimic almost any emotion, by nature he is serious and austere. He has been assigned to serve the goblin lord Kashta and is dedicated to any mission he is given. The objective of the current mission is only known to Sent and Kashta.

Sent dislikes humans and takes equal pleasure in fooling them. Sent is most comfortable around goblins and will not harm them if at all possible. He is always looking for new ways to learn magic or goblin history.


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