Professional Procurement Agent, Specialty Merchant, and Problem Solver
Thinthil is originally from the Kingdom of Dale, more specifically Esgaroth. His parents were poor fisherfolk, and their relationship was unstable. When he was about four, his father injured himself in an accident, losing a hand. Unable to provide for the family, Thinthil's mother left for Dale to try and make a living there, and his father turned to alcohol and violence. At this point, Thinthil ran away and became a street rat, surviving by picking the pockets of the citizens of Esgaroth. This landed him in jail quite a few times over the three years he lived like this.
At age seven, Thinthil made the bold decision to attempt to rob a wealthy individual who lived on the outskirts of town. He almost succeeded but was caught while fleeing the premises. As it turned out, he had tried to rob the head of Esgaroth's Smuggler's Guild. Impressed with his skills, he hired Thinthil as a low-level associate of the guild. Over the next several years, Thinthil would work his way up through the ranks due to his talent, aptitude, and a series of unfortunate deaths among the higher-ups of the guild. By age 17, he had become the guild master's right-hand man, a position of exceptional power never before held by one so young. He served in this position happily for many years, spearheading ambitious endeavors that brought great profit to himself and the guild. After the great success of these risky endeavors, he took the name Highroller.
Several years later, and the guild had been brought down by a new Chief Guardsman from Dale. All of the high-ranking members of the guild were caught and hung... but Thinthil was nowhere to be found. Indeed, not even a mention of him was found in the guild's records, for he had been far too cautious for that. The only thing belying his existence was his signet on the records of operations he launched... a knife through a die.
Gambling, Money, His job, Wine, Sailing, Deception
Boredom, People sticking their nose in his buisness
Money, Feelings of power, Excitement
"Life is a game of chance, and I know one thing for sure where chance is concerned: I roll sixes."