Lily Williams

Cat-burgling librarian

Str: 9; Con: 12; Dex: 17; Int: 16; Wis: 12; Cha: 12.
AC: 16 Fort: 14; Ref: 18; Will: 15.
Acrobatics +9, Arcana +6, Athletics +5, Bluff +5, Diplomacy +4, Dungeoneering +7, Endurance +4, Heal +4, History +9, Insight +6, Intimidate +4, Nature +4, Perception +7, Religion +6, Stealth +9, Streetwise +4, Thievery +9
Jack of All Trades, Skill Training (History), Weapon Focus (Light Blades)
Dueling Sword, Sling, Dagger
Other Possessions:
Reading glasses, study notebook, ornate purse(Hessian)

Lily is a librarian, apparently.  She has always been a sneaky sort, but her childhood friends from the orphanage never really paid much heed to her underhanded talents, until recently.  A few months ago she surprised Tabba and Arwen by revealing that their little bookworm knew her way around a sword; at least, she knew which end was the pointy bit. Then later Onza found out she was an accomplished lock pick. Lily has many hidden talent, and her friends are learning she is quite resourceful.

The orphanage that Lily, Onza and Arwen attended was said to be haunted; Lily was never one to believe in such things as ghosts so she took up her books and researched everything that she could.  Her conclusion was that she was the only common factor in all the 'hauntings', and although she doesn't know how exactly, she managed to learn to control her innate talents, even if it was put to a slightly law-breaking use.  She is not sure why, but she is drawn towards fey and has a sneaking suspicion that her telekinesis is not the last of her hidden abilities.  She is using the fact that Arwen is leaving with the merchant as an excuse to gain access to more knowledge of the world and herself.  In her heart she feels as though she wasn't told the whole truth about her past; something about her special ability to more intricate objects by thought alone raises suspicion about exactly where she came from – it doesn't seem like an ability a pair of wandering merchants (who she had always been told left her in Redforge) would have.

Lily Williams

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