Tales of the Sword Coast
A rough and tumble patriar youth
If not for his expensive attire and the brooch bearing the mark of House Oberon, most in Baldur’s Gate would not guess Walleth is the son of a wealthy partiar.
He bears the awkward, patchy beard of a young man trying to appear older. His hair is often wild and dirty from countless hours running through the Lower City. He bears the scar of a close encounter with the Guild across his face.
The first son of Dojura Oberon, Walleth is held to exceptionally high standards, none of which he is inclined to meet. He attends daily tutoring, although he neither enjoys nor absorbs much of it. He picks up just enough sophistication to write love letters to his young love, Agathé Ravenshade, but prefers to impress her with acts of daring-do and frequent forays to the seedier places in the Lower City.
On one such foray, Walleth and Agathé ran across a couple of Guild thugs, and witnessed things they were not meant to. Walleth held off the men so Agathé could escape, before eventually escaping himself. His parents were horrified at the scar left by the encounter, but Walleth feels it gives him a rugged air.
Recently, he and some of his friends played a naïve prank and removed the hands of the statue of the Beloved Ranger in the Wide. Once they realized the outrage they had caused, they fled and holed up in Harold Hadru’s pottery shop on the south end of Wyrm’s Bridge.