Rogue (Dungeons & Dragons)

Rogue (Dungeons & Dragons)

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Rogue (Dungeons & Dragons)

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The rogue or thief is one of the standard playable character class in most editions of the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game. A rogue is a versatile character, capable of sneaky combat and nimble tricks. The rogue is stealthy and dextrous, and currently the only official base class from the capable of finding and disarming many s and picking locks. The rogue also has the ability to "sneak attack" ("backstab" in previous editions) enemies who are caught off-guard or taken by surprise, inflicting extra damage.

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Creative origins

The abilities of the thief class were drawn from various archetypes from history and myth, but clear debts from modern fantasy literature can be traced to characters such as J.R.R. Tolkien's Bilbo Baggins, Fritz Leiber's The Gray Mouser, and Jack Vance's Cugel the Clever.

Dungeons & Dragons (1974-1976)

The thief class was introduced in the original 1975 Greyhawk supplement. They had 4-sided hit dice under the new combat system introduced in that supplement.

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 1st edition (1977-1988)

The thief was one of the standard character classes available in the original Player's Handbook. In the 1st edition the Thief character class was the only character class that any nonhuman type, such as an elf or dwarf or halfling could achieve unlimited...
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