SHEET I: Garrett Flynn, the Rogue
Once upon a time, there was a thief named Garrett. He was not malicious, but he was selfish and greedy and proud. He always worked alone, never relying on anyone else, and, like so many others before him, he thought he would never be caught. But that was not to last forever. Apprehended by a mysterious man named Galeth Flynn, Garrett was offered a choice: to work with Galeth as his partner or a cold, unforgiving cell.
To Garrett's surprise, not only was Galeth Flynn a thief himself, but he was a better thief than Garrett. Yet Galeth targeted the corrupt, the decadent, those who abused their wealth and power to prey on the innocent, or who made their fortunes by exploiting the innocent. They ran confidence schemes and pulled heists; together, the partners rained ruin upon they who had caused so much suffering. And in time, he began to understand. In time, when Galeth showed Garrett those they helped, it began to dawn on him. In time, he realized that he was happier now, felt better about his work than he ever had when he stole only for himself. He found that he was better working in concert with someone than he ever had been on his own, that he was able to accomplish so much more.
The final piece fell into place the day Galeth told Garrett that once, Galeth too had been selfish and greedy, a lone wolf, a cad, until a thief had taken him under his wing. That thief's name was Flynn, and Galeth had taken it on as his own surname. Garrett, having come to see Galeth as a father figure, did the same.
Though Galeth has since retired, Garrett continues his mentor's work. He has yet to adjust to working alone again, and a part of him misses that sense of partnership. While someday he hopes to take in a thief as Galeth did for him, he feels he isn't ready yet.
Garrett holds no illusion that order and justice are the same thing, and there is little that raises his ire more than those who shield their injustices behind the law. To those who show genuine repentance, however, he is merciful, owing to the mistakes in his not-so-distant past, and he is lenient and patient in his attempts to guide others along the same path he himself has tread. He is careful and deliberate in his attempts to do the right thing, and, in many ways, he has become as unshakeable as a paladin in his dedication to doing good, though he has absolutely no qualms about using extra-legal means to achieve his ends.http://www.myth-weavers.com/sheetview.php?sheetid=598583Orientation
: Garrett's life hasn't included a great deal of romance. While nominally heterosexual, he might be attracted to futanari, or "traps" (especially effeminate males that might be mistaken for females). He's never met either, so he's never entertained the thought.