Fadil ibn-Kazar

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Fadil ibn-Kazar

Moukish, Khalid, Seef, Hassfa
Source: NPC Guide, pg(s). 14

Fadil ibn-Kazar is said to be the leader of a motley bunch of Katapeshi miscreants: Moukish, a talkative beggar; Khalid, a nervous pesh addict; Seef, a wiry pickpocket; and Hassfa, a brutish, grunting thug. Fadil himself is primarily a pesh dealer, but he makes a decent secondary trade by peddling information and rumor. While his operation is small in scale, he has earned a reputation for discreetly keeping his clients' privacy, and his followers are fiercely loyal to him.1

At least, this is the what everyone believes. The unusual truth is that Fadil has no followers: each of them is actually one of Fadil's aliases, by way of a complex set of disguises that he maintains with quick changes, old clothes, greasepaint, and a knack for voice acting. He dreams of someday acquiring a hat of disguise, which would allow him to add a female cohort to his group of rogues, or perhaps even something as exotic as a dwarf, elf, or gnoll. By alternating his disguises, Fadil cleverly creates the illusion of a larger organization around him, while simultaneously removing the risk of being taken out by a disgruntled follower.1


  1. 1.0 1.1 Jason Bulmahn et al. (2010). NPC Guide, p. 14. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-219-7