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Yolanda Vorloi's Character Sheet - Tales of Mystara, a Solo DnD Campaign

Yolanda Vorloi - Tales of Mystara, a Solo DnD Campaign

A great comic book artist and friend of mine Justin Pfeil drew Yolanda Vorloi. If you are a subscriber to my YouTube Channel, or my solo DnD podcast 'Tales of Mystara' then you will know that this is one of the characters in my solo adventuring party. I thought I would dedicate a post on this blog to display the art the Justin made, which is a true likeness and based on a description I provided. The same description is also given on Episode 8 of Tales of Mystara.

If you aren't familiar with Tales of Mystara: Tales of Mystara is a mixture between a solo Dungeons & Dragons campaign, a dark fantasy novel and a narrated audio dramatization. The rules of the table top and the roll of the dice dictate where the story goes as well as whether a character lives or dies. Nothing is precious and no one is safe from the roll of the dice…

As well as the awesome artwork depicting Yolanda, I've decided to provide information from Yolanda's Character Record Sheet. Feast your eyes...

I would also highly recommend that you check out the brilliant work Justin does on his web comic's, which include The Keep on the Borderlands, A Duel in Padua, and a few others. Justin can be found on Twitter @comics_alert and his official website is

Enjoy :)

Character Record Sheet for Yolanda Vorloi

Characters Name: Yolanda Vorloi

Class: Thief

Level: 1

Armour Class: 6

Race: Mixed

Alignment: Neutral

Maximum Hit Points: 4

Ability Scores

Strength: 6 (-1)

Intelligence: 13 (+1)

Wisdom: 10 (+0)

Dexterity: 13 (+1)

Constitution: 10 (+0)

Charisma: 9 (+0)

Saving Throws

Poison or Death Ray: 13

Magic Wands: 14

Turn to Stone or Paralysis: 13

Dragon Breath: 16

Spells or Magic Staff: 15


Thyatian (common), Traladaran, Neutral, Kobold

Character Background Information

Yolanda Vorloi is a human thief of neutral alignment. She is a member of the Vorloi clan of Specularum, a very wealthy and titled Thyatian family. She is the niece of Barron Phillip Vorloi and as a young girl, she was very close to her cousin Marianna, her uncle's daughter and also his pride and joy. Yolanda’s family is the third corner of the triangle of Great Families in Specularum, and often clashes with the Torenescu and Radu clans. As a Court Lady, her formal title is Lady Vorloi, but as an adventurer, she does not use this formality, nor does she adorn her family crest, in an effort to keep unwanted attention at bay.

Yolanda also has ties with the Kingdom of Thieves. She has worked for them many times as a talented scout who has a picture perfect memory, she has been an asset. She can commit the general layout of a building to memory.

Yolanda is 24 years of age, but intelligent beyond her years. She is 5’ 3' ' tall and of elfin build - a little smaller than the average Thyatian woman and although weaker in physical strength, she makes up for this with her swift agility. She has dark brown hair and brown eyes. Her complexion is tanned and she wears her hair in a single long braid.

Although Yolanda is a thief, it is not obvious, she dresses like most adventurer’s do, in fairly common although expensive quality fashion. This includes black ankle length trousers, fine leather armour, a good sword belt with an ornate sword sheathed to her side and a bow and quiver of arrows strapped to her back.

Yolanda could be described as selfish and is likely to save herself before she will help others. She is also quite ruthless at times, and will willingly slice the throat of a sleeping enemy without hesitation.

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