Nice. I mean, I'm not a guru of 5e character gen, and never played a rogue, but I feel like the 5e rogue is pretty well-suited to this sort of character archetype. They can be quite effective in combat, sneaky and skillful, etc. The noble background adds some nice flavor to it and lets the player play off of the various tropes associated with medieval nobility.A friend of mine has joined A 5E Dnd Group, has decided to play A Robin Hood Style character and wants to know what people think of his character
He's gone for A Lawful Evil Human Rogue, male naturally, of The Noble Archtype, including the +1 to every stat for being human his stats are Str 11, Con 15, Dex 17, Int 12, Wis 9 and Ch 11. From The Rogue Class he took The Skills Athletics, Deception, Perception and Stealth, as a Rogue he took Proficiencies with Deception and Stealth and from The Noble Archtype he gains The Centaur Languages and gets The Skills History and Persuasion
To those that want to know what mates stat rolls when rolling his characters stats were prior to adding +1 to every stat for being human the rolls were 2 3's and 1 4 or 10 for Str, 2 4's and 1 6 or 14 for Con, 2 5's and 1 6 for Dex, 2 4's and 1 3 or 11 for Int, 2 2's and A 4 or 8 for Wis and 1 5, 3 and 1 2 or 10 for Ch
As for alignment, who cares? I mean, its a morass of differing ideas about what they really mean, and I can see the thread was already going south on that subject. Maybe in play this will get changed anyway? If not, it really just doesn't matter much. Perhaps this is a bit of a less super upstanding Robin Hood! Maybe if he gains power, he'll be just another arsehole in power, could be interesting.