Class: Rogue

The standard rogue class is wholly appropriate to the Roman setting, Rome itself being one of the few ancient cities both large and rich enough to support numbers of professional thieves. Roman criminal law is harsh, but procedures vary from nonexistent to slack, so unless a rogue is caught in the act of stealing or tracked down by private investigators, there is perhaps little to fear. The rogue class is just as applicable to a plebeian thug as to a character of higher social rank who adventures based upon guile and charm.

Modifications:
Backstab
Feint Attack

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