Given the stats you gave us, would it be possible to take maybe 1 or 2 points from one of those stats and move them around just a little bit? Like for example, drop one of the 12's to a 10, to increase the 9 to a 10 and the 15 to a 16? Something like that?
Name: Caelin "Lightning Hands" Alearion
Alignment: Neutral Good
AC: 4 : 8(Leather Armor) - 4(Dex)
Skills(Including bonuses for Dex)
Pick Pocket: 40%
Open Locks: 40%
Find/Remove Trap: 25%
Move Silently: 25%
Hide in Shadows: 20%
Hear Noise: 10%
Wall Climb: 85%
(These below are subject to DM approval)
-Money-(Started with 120 Max possible)
Leather Armor(AC 8)
*Dagger x5(1d4, 1' Space Required, 2 Speed Factor, 0 AC adjustment)/Thrown (1d4, 2 Rate of Fire, 1/2/3 S/M/L range, -1 AC adjustment)
*Short Sword(1d6, 1' Space Required, 3 Speed Factor, 0 AC adjustment)
* = Proficient
Caelin's Mask - Protection from Gaze attacks. Casts Blur.
-Standard Rations 2 weeks
Soft Low Boots
--Thieves' Picks & Tools
Description: See Picture
Background: Known among his fellow thieves as a man looking for a good time, Caelin is notorious. If told by him, the name Lightning Hands would be for his ability to pick pockets, open lock, and defend himself expertly. But the people that know him say it's because of his womanizing ways. When confronted he tells of how he successfully pinched the butt of a duchess and got away with it. When confronted about the bodyguards she would have had, he waves it off and changes the subject. In truth he's told so many stories he's started to believe them. He has always been skilled with the tools of his trade, and the grope or caress of a beauty's body.
Growing up in a large city, Caelin was an orphan. He honed his skills, taking food from stands for himself and the other children he stayed with. Whenever he could, he would leave money, though often not enough to cover what he took. As he grew, he took it upon himself to provide for the children who grew up like he did, turning to thievery in order to do so. At the age of sixteen he joined the Thieves Guild, hoping that the jobs there would pay better than robing adventurers and merchants. Since then he's been looking for more work to bring in even more money on the side.
Personality: Caelin is often aloof, enjoying himself when he's not needed. Like any man in the age, he enjoys the sights of beauties in armor, of all kinds. But unlike some he's willing to risk a lot for a feel. But when the time for a job comes, and his mask comes on, he becomes a different person. Quiet, deadly, and extremely serious. Gone are the ways of womanizing, the distractions of the flesh. The only thing that remains is the job. And that means killing anyone between himself and his objective.