OK, I'm gonna take a stab at a martial.
Hannan--known as Copper-Counter to their face, and Copperfinger behind their back--was good with money. They were very good with money. No matter how small the imbalance, how insignificant the mistake in a ledger, it was said that Hannan could pluck out the truth. Many believed it was due to their quick eye and quicker mind, but Hannan always attributed their success to a mixture of diligence and their quiet but ardent faith in the Argent Prince.
Perhaps it was that faith in Mammon that led them to make their mistake. After all, the Grasping One advocated collecting wealth and enriching oneself, didn't he? His teachings said nothing about how that wealth needed to be obtained, and what was a couple gold pieces in the grand scheme of things from beings who could buy and sell the city Hannan worked in ten times over?
As it happened, the cost for their scheme was sleepless nights, nightmares, and waking up in a sweat. What if they were caught? What if they were dragged away from their desk and remade into a more useful drudge that carried to and from the vaults as an example to the others? Eventually these worries and, yes, some guilt, gnawed away at Hannan to the point that they handed in their letter of resignation. To their shock, rather than being clapped in irons and sent to a reanimater's table, they were thanked, paid, and offered letters of reference wherever they should wish to go.
And that was when Hannan realized that the entire ordeal had been a test by their lord. The worry, the guilt, they had all been for nothing. Wealth and power did not come to those who balked or cowered. It came to those who bided their time, who watched and waited, and when the time came they took. Thankfully Hannan now had the perfect excuse to make their own fortunes out in the world, perhaps banding with other like-minded individuals who dreamed of one day being able to buy and sell cities, and who could use a quick eye and a quicker mind.
(LE Nonbinary human, possibly dhampir, investigator with the empiricism methodology, leaning more heavily into taking useful out-of-combat skills to float between being a party's knowledge base or face as necessary, and who likely fights with a stiletto pen in some capacity because I think they're cool. Also gave myself an out for picking up something like cleric or oracle dedications juuuuuuuuust in case I couldn't bring myself to totally reject casting after all.)