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Jargie Quinn is a gregarious one-legged man, and the owner of [[The Hagfish]]. His affection toward Norah is well known, as is his skill at the popular game of yarning; the man's favorite starting point for his tall tales is the ever-changing story of how he lost his leg
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{{Person
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| name = Jargie Quinn
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| homeland = [[Sandpoint]]
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| alignment = [[Chaotic good]]
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| race = [[Human]]
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| gender = Male
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| class = [[Rogue]] 2/[[expert]] 2
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| source=[[Burnt Offerings]]
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| page=68}}
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'''Jargie Quinn''' is a gregarious one-legged man, and the owner of [[The Hagfish]]. His affection toward Norah is well known, as is his skill at the popular game of yarning; the man's favorite starting point for his tall tales is the ever-changing story of how he lost his leg.<ref>{{Cite book/Burnt Offerings|68}}</ref>
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==References==
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[[Category:Sandpoint/Inhabitants]]
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[[Category:Sandpoint]]
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[[Category:Varisia/Inhabitants]]
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[[Category:Varisia]]
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[[Category:Human/Inhabitants]]
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[[Category:Rogues]]
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[[Category:Rogues of 2nd level]]
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[[Category:Experts]]
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[[Category:Experts of 2nd level]]
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[[Category:Chaotic good inhabitants]]

Latest revision as of 22:09, 19 December 2012

Jargie Quinn
(Person)
Alignment Chaotic good
Race/Species Human
Class Rogue 2/expert 2
Gender Male
Homeland Sandpoint

Source: Burnt Offerings, pg(s). 68

Jargie Quinn is a gregarious one-legged man, and the owner of The Hagfish. His affection toward Norah is well known, as is his skill at the popular game of yarning; the man's favorite starting point for his tall tales is the ever-changing story of how he lost his leg.[1]

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