Any object of value represents a potential target for a wily thief. In most cases, these items are small and easy to conceal. Coins, gems and jewelry are prime examples, but some rogues opt instead to steal livestock.
Horses, cattle, sheep and other domesticated animals are their primary targets. Taking these beasts from their rightful owners presents unique challenges that other rogues rarely encounter. Without powerful magic, it is impossible to hide a cow in one’s trouser pocket or inconspicuously pilfer a prize stallion grazing in an open field. Rogues that choose this profession must learn to interact with these animals in order to willingly coax them away from familiar pastures and toward ones of the rogue’s choosing. Rustlers typically lead a nomadic existence on the edges of civilized society.
Rustlers are proficient with the lasso in addition to their normal weapon proficiencies.
This ability replaces trapfinding.
This ability replaces trap sense.
Rogue Talents: The following rogue talents complement the rustler archetype: camouflage*, fast stealth, firearm training**, grit**, rogue crawl, stand up, survivalist*, terrain mastery** and wall scramble**.
Advanced Rogue Talents: The following advanced rogue talents complement the rustler archetype: another day*, defensive roll, hide in plain sight**, hunter’s surprise*, improved evasion and skill mastery.
Fields of Blood © 2015 Frog God Games, LLC. Author: Tom Knauss