I'm probably showing my age by admitting that the most fun I've had of late is playing some D&D last Sunday. We went totally old school and just used notebook paper, a set of dice, and our memories. No laptop with CoreRules 2.0 Expanded, not even a Players Handbook. It was the first rogue I've played in... probably 20 years? (I tried to play an assassin once and TOTALLY SUCKED AT IT. I'm so "not evil" it's not even funny. Well, actually it is funny. But that's a long story and we'll get into it some other time.)
This guy (yes, guy) is a rogue in the smooth-talking, just trying to get by sort of way. His twin sister is more the trouble maker. He learned a few of his roguish skills in his unending quest to protect his uncontrollable (an unfortunately gorgeous) sister. All he really wants to do is work on his beer brewing and find some way to NOT take over the family inn, the Sign of the Lucky Pony, even though he's the oldest child.