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Sidrah Imeruss

Ama Freewater's page

209 posts. Alias of Me'mori.

Full Name

Amabel Claude Sims




Rogue(Cutpurse) 1







Strength 10
Dexterity 18
Constitution 10
Intelligence 13
Wisdom 10
Charisma 15

About Ama Freewater

Initiative: +8; Senses: Perception +4


AC: 17=(10 + 0 + 0 + 4 + 0 + 3)
HP: 8 (1d8+0+0*)
Saves • Fort +0, Ref +6, Will +0
CMD: 13


Spd: 30ft
Melee: +1
Ranged: +5
Special Attacks: SA +1d6
BAB/CMB: +0 / -1


*Favored Class: Rogue

~Skills~ (A+R+C) ACP: 0
Acrobatics +8 =(4 + 1 + 3)
Appraise +5 =(1 + 1 + 3)
Bluff +6 =(2 + 1 + 3)
Escape Artist +8 =(4 + 1 + 3)
Knowledge(Local) +4 =(1 + 1 + 3)
Perception +4 =(0 + 1 + 3)
Sense Motive +4 =(0 + 1 + 3)
Sleight of Hand +8 =(4 + 1 + 3)
Stealth +12 =(4 + 1 + 7)
Swim +4 =(0 + 1 + 3)

Improved Initiative, Dodge

~Special Abilities~
Sneak Attack +1d6, Measure the Mark

Med load Xlbs; Total weight Xlbs
•On Person



~Appearance:~ Dressing raggedly enough to make the "poor orphan" bit believable when begging, it isn't really that hard to turn the look into something that would let her slip into an inn on occasion. Her hair is short by necessity, since braids get pulled easily, and make perfect leashes if one was unfortunate to get caught and hauled to the magistrate or the matron. The "dirty" is more show than actual, and she's finding a lot of use in acting the part of someone's daughter. If only she had manners...

In Wonderland, she'd probably have all of the fancy tweed suit like the scholars that she's seen, the white shirt with sleeves under a nice vest


It's rare for Ama to be seen out in the rural areas, but not entirely unknown, especially around harvest time. While she's not entirely on the up-and-up, the couple of kids that she's run into(literally in a case or two) haven't noticed more than a couple pence missing. Just the same, when findings have been good, she'll spot them a treat for a bit of conversation, especially when it's boring. The orphanage is a boring place, but it's still a roof overhead, and decent enough food.

Picking pockets is not the most lawful of things to do, and getting caught could mean a stern lesson from the matron, or maybe even a visit from the head of the local school to see if "this one is capable of some reform". Her usual response would be a few days of being good before gradually going back to her regular antics. She could be that stray pet that everyone does not mind, or that lovable scamp whose actions are something to be amused by. ("You don't get into trouble if you can talk your way out of it, aye?")

Entirely possible that she's passed a few minutes with Tristan, wondering why he would be shoveling the stables instead of doing something fun. Gwen may have seen her from a distance, rumpled and dirty, perhaps doing something that was suspicious, while Luthien and Charlotte may have found some trinkets missing after a walk through town and a "chance" encounter.

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