by Clive Squire
Jack-of-all-Trades, Primary Focus
Appraise +5, Bluff +9, Concentration +2, Craft (alchemy) +4, Craft (blacksmithing) +4, Diplomacy +4, Gather Information +4, Heal +4, Knowledge (nature) +2, Listen +2, Profession (dentist) +8, Profession (merchant) +2, Ride +2, Search +4, Sense Motive +6, Speak Language (kenderspeak), Spot +2
Charming (b), Sharp-Eyed, Skill Focus (Profession [dentist]) (b), Toughness
Common, Solamnic, Kenderspeak
Dagger +1 melee (1d4 –1)
Dagger, half a treasure map
Phineas is a balding, middle-aged human, with a red-veined nose.
Phineas is a charlatan, who assuages his conscience by telling himself that he helps the hypochondriac kender psychologically. Phineas is a conman at heart, and admires the natural gifts that kender have to dupe those around them.
For a year and a half, Phineas practiced a peculiar brand of 'medicine' to the kender of Kendermore. To the kender he was 'doctor bones', 'doctor ears' or even 'doctor teeth', depending on what was ailing the kender. Phineas had his small 'practice' until the Kendermore Council 'locked up' Trapspringer Furrfoot in an effort to force his wayward nephew to return to Kendermore to marry. Trapspringer had given his lucky bone to the bounty hunter, Gisella Hornslager, as a means to identify that she was telling the truth to Tas. Trapspringer left his prison (actually the mayors mansion) and went to Phineas in order to borrow a minotaur finger bone until Tas came back with his original. Trapspringer paid Phineas with a treasure map.
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