Bragath T'Shadvi (a.k.a. The Good Thief)
Some called him The Good Thief, others believed him to be a scoundrel. Both are correct when it comes to the master thief Bragath T'Shadvi. He made a notorious name for himself for his practices in both a good and bad way. The authorities are still trying to find him to this day, even though he disappeared 500 years ago.
ThieveryBragath believed that the gap between the rich and poor were enormous. Big companies like The Dwarven Mining Enterprise and The Shipyard had huge piles of money laying around and all the comfort in the world, while the poorer people had to live by the scraps they would find each day. In an attempt to close this gap, Bragath and his wolves would go on regular hunts to these big companies. The hunt could take days, but they would always return with something of value for the people. They brought back food, clothing, furniture, materials, and more to help the people. Since Bragath's Mansion was just outside of Genshan, the village quickly became the hub for the "good thievery" to trade and receive the goods from the hunt. Many people would travel to the settlement to offer their services in trade for the stolen goods. These services were usually simple things they could live without or that they specialised in, like animals, weaving, woodworking, and more.
VanishedAfter Bragath brought prosper to Genshan, the authorities were trying to catch him. However, they tried to do so in a filthy way by targeting the poor villagers. That was when Bragath decided to lure away the troops and made them go on a manhunt. Until this day, they have never found him.
General Physical Condition
In his prime time, Bragath had the physical condition of the ultimate ranger. He had high stamina and high endurance. His fairly slender, yet strong, bodyframe allowed him to climb trees at immense speeds, so fast that others can barely observe his climbing.