D&D 3.0: Tales from Mystara
From all walks of life, the rogue will exist. This is especially popular among some Halflings-Lightfoot and Gnomes-Rock, whom might turn to this profession as an only means of survival in a Thyatian dominated world.
Amongst Dwarves-Hill, thievery is an abhorrent concept, and any dwarf that chooses this profession with the intent to rob others is considered insane and will be treated accordingly. Occasionally though, security professionals that become respected locksmiths and trapmakers become rogues among both dwarves and gnomes alike. Amongst Elves-High, thievery is very rare but present, as most elves unable to comprehend the concept of accumulating wealth or a concept in monetary possession in general. Though, for the hin, this is a different story, as they are naturally curious and have a knack for breaking into things. Many gnomes are naturally curious and take this professional for this purpose as well. These types of gnomes are considered pranksters, and are tolerated up to a certain point.
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