: Strength 11, Dexterity 17 (19 with gloves), Constitution 12, Wisdom 13, Intelligence 18, charisma 17Feats:
Weapon Finesse, Two Weapon Fighting, Combat Expertise, Quick DrawSkills:
Balance 4,Climb 4, Bluff 9, Diplomacy 5, Disable Device 5, Disguise 8, Escape artist 8, Forgery 8, Gather Info 6, Hide 8, Jump 3, Knowledge (local): 3, Move silently 8, Open Lock 6, Perform (dance) 2, Search 4, Sleight of Hand 8, Tumble 5, Use Magic Device 3, Sense Motive 4, Spot 2
Skill Tricks: Hidden Blade, Assume QuirkGold
: 49, Silver
Chain Shirt +1
Gloves of Dexterity +2
Hat of Disguise
Possum Pouch (From complete adventurer/MIC)
Ring of Sustenance
Wand of cure light wounds
Vanisher's Cloak (MIC)
Masterwork Thieves tools
8 mundane daggers. (throwing knives, more or less.)
Light Crossbow, with 20 bolts
Flint and Steel
Bullseye Lantern, 3 pints of oil
Grappling hook, 100 feet of silk rope
10 sheets of paper, 2 sheets of parchment
Ink + Inkpen
Aurora was borne under the name 'Valia Toreska', to a family of minor nobility and wealth, in the capitol city of Tear. She lived within the inner circle of the city for most of her childhood. She had an older brother, though, who became a town guard captain, and as she went to visit him in the city, she began to get closer to some of the poor. She saw the imbalance of wealth in Tear and did a little research, finding out that the nobles were virtually stealing money from the lower classes...so slowly, she trained herself, with the help of some local pickpockets, in the art of thievery. She's engaged in many operations with goals of liberating wealth from the nobles and distributing it to the poor. She left her family a few years ago, convinced she was doing the right thing, and changed her name to Aurora as a sign of her new begging.
She has a code of honor, in that she won't steal from the poor-- most of her 'big jobs' have been donated to the impoverished of Tear. She sees herself as a sort of Robin Hood figure. That said, she's not entirely selfless, and sometimes her greed gets the best of her...but by and large she tries to stay on the path of an honest thief.
During one heist, she was caught by an Aes Sedai named Naia Revan, whom decided, for one reason or another, not to turn in the young thief. Instead, Aurora now follows Naia in her journeys. Although Aurora sometimes criticizes Naia's methods, the two have a working relationship of sorts, and Aurora manages to get along with the other members of the party.