Ogden Oblivion

Care to journey to Oblivion?


Ogden Oblivion
Human Rogue
Likes: Gaining Women, Honoring the Name of The Thornless Rose, Travelling, Otherwise Staying Away from The Thornless Rose, Amusement
Dislikes: Attachments, Commitments, Plans, Structure, Fatherhood, Responsibility
Trait Charming


  • STR 14(+2)
  • DEX 17(+3)
  • CON 12(+1)
  • INT 10(+0)
  • WIS 14(+2)
  • CHA 15(+2)


  • Acrobatics +10
  • Appraise +5
  • Bluff +7
  • Diplomacy +9
  • Escape Artist +8
  • Fly +5
  • Intimidate +9
  • Perception +7
  • Profession (Showman) +7
  • Stealth +8


  • Initiative: +3
  • BAB: +1
  • HP: 14
  • AC: 15
  • FF: 12
  • Touch: 13


  • FORT: +1
  • REF: +6
  • WILL: +2


  • Acrobatic
  • Persuasive
  • Evasion
  • Finesse Rogue


  • Common

Class Special Abilities

  • Sneak Attack
  • Expert Acrobat
  • Weapon Finesse


  • Rapier +2(1d6 +2/18-20×2)
  • Short Bow +3(1d6/x3)
  • Arrows
  • Leather Armor

Many years ago Ogden Oblivion was born. The world is still reeling.

Oblivion was raised in the profession of his parents, namely acrobatics. They travelled with a touring Carnival and performed together a routine titled “Journey to Oblivion.” His parents were good people, but had absolutely no idea the dynamo they begat. From the tender, young age of 4 Oblivion began the process of honing and refining his skills in the art of the Rake. It was years before he would claim his first victim, but by the age of 18 more women had journeyed to Oblivion than was thought humanly possible by the majority of scholars of the day.

Unfortunately every Hero sometimes makes a mistake. Her name was Rose. She was the daughter of the sword swallower. Oblivion, living in the heat of the moment, never considered that Rose couldn’t be left behind like the other girls; she travelled with the Carnival and her father could cut him to ribbons. They were dubiously married after an unexpected pregnancy. For a while, life as a married man satisfied Oblivion. She was his Thornless Rose; he her Oggy.

A litter of children followed, and the Little Oblivions began to join their father in a new act called “Oblivion’s End.” While his children learned acrobatics, they also learned not to question their Father’s mournful air and frequent inactive hours spent gazing at the horizon. One day, Father Oblivion informed The Thornless Rose and his Little Oblivions that he was going to go out into the world and seek new fortune. The Thornless Rose was unhappy, but saw she could not keep him at the Carnival. He pledged his undying love and devotion to her and charged the Little Oblivions with the support of his Thornless Rose and the continuation of the “Oblivion’s End.” Father Oblivion strode off at a jaunty pace. There was a smile on his face and a gleam in his eye that most had considered long since dead.

Why had Oblivion left? Would he remain true to his Thornless Rose? What would become of the Little Oblivions?

Ogden Oblivion

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