I have no experience with Warhammer fantasy, so don't go changing the system on my account, as I'd just have to read another rulebook.
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Leopold Kannick, Treasurer's Assistant -- Lvl 1 Human Scout
Male, age 18, 5' 8" of moderate build, short light-brown hair, clean shaven, long, angular face with a roman nose, hazel eyes
Speaks common and the High Tongue (fancy language reserved for legal documents, official proclamations, and recording histories and scientific achievements, like Latin in medieval Europe)
Initiative: 9 +1 (dagger)
Movement Rate: 4.5
Targeted Casting: 10
Throwing Knives (x2)
Tea (20 cups)
3 silver pieces
Taxation (identical to thievery, except instead of having a bonus when cheating at gambling, have a bonus when using tax laws [loopholes] to own advantage)
For the three most important NPCs, we have:
Roderick Kannick: Leopold's father is a noble who was removed from power by the king after his financial mismanagement of his lands nearly incited a rebellion. However, as a loyal ally of the King during previous wars and a valiant fighter, the King could not bear to see him lose everything, and has provided him and his family with a small stipend and a place in the Royal Court. Once a proud and respected man, Roderick is now but a shell of his former self, often lost in contemplation of his glory days. Still a formidable warrior, although well past his prime, he made sure that Leopold was trained in the art of combat, honorable or otherwise. Although he is proud of his son, the weight of his own failure bears heavily on him, and the fact that Leopold is ashamed of him weighs even more heavily upon his mind.
Oliver Tuthsfield: Tuthsfield is the Royal Treasurer and head of the exchequer and perhaps one of the most important people in the palace. While not as overtly powerful as the Lords and Barons who come to visit, or as influential as the members of the King's Court, Tuthsfield is nonetheless entrusted with the Royal Family's most important asset: Money. Through careful allocation of funds and precise calculation of tax rates, Tuthsfield has managed to steer the kingdom through several famines, a handful of wars, and a royal wedding without incident. His scrupulous attention to detail has rubbed off on his assistant, who has a professional respect for the man that verges on awe. Tuthsfield's greatest strength is perhaps his ability to dissuade the King from financially unsound decisions with minimal amounts of "boring mathematical nonsense" as his Majesty puts it.
Tomas Elsvery: An official in the Royal Courts, Tomas is a young man in his mid-20s who has become fast friends with Leopold. They first met when they were sent off to inspect the record of a town that had been reporting some questionable financial figures. Tuthsfield has suspected something was afoot, but was too busy to go himself, so Leopold went in his place. During their journey, the two bonded over a love of reading and the intricacies of law and remain close friends. Together they uncovered that the local officials had been siphoning tax money into their own coffers, for which Tomas was publicly lauded and which earned Leopold a degree of respect from Tuthsfield. They still meet every now and then to discuss recent cases or Royal projects and whatever they've been reading recently.