The Northern Marches » Upper Anuire Traders » Gaelin Thuried
Male Anuirean Noble 2/ Rogue 2; CR:4
Guilder of Upper Anuire Traders, Master Arbitrator in Dhoesone
Lineage of Townsfolk
Minor Bloodline of Brenna, 17
CN Medium Humanoid
Languages Anuirean, Sidhelien
AC , touch , flatfooted
Fort + , Ref + , Will +
Melee Atk + (damage /critical, weapon)
Ranged + (damage /critical, weapon)
Base Atk + ; Grapple
Abilities Str , Dex , Con 10, Int , Wis , Cha
Special Qualities: including linked blood abilities
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"The goblins are our friends, don't forget that. It's bad for business."
"The old days are gone. No agreement is to be considered enforceable unless it can be compelled."
"Upper Anuire Traders was forged from the greatest crafts guilds in the Northern Marches. Do not doubt the guild now, for greatness marks us like a star in the heavens. I have some things in the works that will restore our prominence and leave the other guilds begging for our leavings."
Gaelin Thuried runs the Upper Anuire Traders and specializes in trading goods in Thurazor, able to maintain only a few factors and agents in Dhoesone to purchase whatever the goblins will pay for.
Gaelin is married to Rosalind Evaerlin. Her brothers are Richard Evaerlin, the Lord of Evearlin, and Gaerith Evaerlin, the High Judge of Soniele. Ivinie Thuried is his cousin and most likely successor to him in the guild.
The enormously fat Thuried is infamous for his vast appetites and said to hold wild orgies where scandalous acts are undertaken nightly. While increasingly idle Gaelin is still cunning enough to realize the peril his guild faces both from within and without. In Boeruine he uses the Duke?s strict laws to protect and expand his holdings; in Mhoried he uses gifts to retain the favor of the Duke while bribing his way into the favor of the duke?s servants. The guilds of Thurazor, said to number as many goblins as men in their ranks, are said to disdain such niceties with murder rumored to be an acceptable method of advancement.
, 02-03-2009 at 01:40 PM|
Last edited by , 10-23-2011 at 12:12 PM
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