A naive Dwarf who is indirectly responsible for his Clan's death
Male Mine Dwarf Fighter/Cleric 8, Paladin 3, War Priest 5
Romance: yes, female Dwarf only
Special Powers: Dispel Magic 1/day
Weapon of Choice: Medium Shield and Spiked Bludgeon (Baldur’s gate 1 morning star)
Yeslick quietly states that he was once a member of the dwarven clan Orothiar. For generations they used the iron mine in the center of Cloakwood as their home, but almost a century ago catastrophe struck. As skilled as they are underground, dwarves occassionally make mistakes. Once such incident cost them dearly. They apparently breached an underground river and the resulting flood claimed nearly all of the clan. Yeslick was one of the few survivors, and made his way to Sembia to start a new life. There he made the acquaintance of Rieltar, a member of the Iron Throne, and was hired as a personal smith. They became friends, and eventually Yeslick told of his past. This proved to be his undoing as Rieltar used this information to formulate a plan to expand the Iron Throne power base in the Sword Coast. Rieltar betrayed his supposed friend and forced him to reveal the site to others. Now he wishes for nothing but the chance to right the wrongs that have been committed using his ancestral home. Within a party, he tries to act as the party father, trying to bring them to their full potiental. His naivity is his greatest problem, as he is easily duped and constantly trusts people too easily.
Romance: He will only date a Good Female Dwarf, who he will try to approach as an equal. He is extremely shy and guilty about what he did to his clan
Personal Quest: Some of his clan have been found and hope to retake their mines, but need to figure out who their leader is. Yeslick can come and help them sort things out, taking full responsible for his actions and (hopefully) being forgiven.
Death: He dies fighting a mercenary band of the Iron throne.