As evident by the title, this is a Class-related system. So, what exactly do I mean by "Rogue's Dagger?" Simple-a dagger made for a Rogue. Small, easily concealable (size of a dinner knife? I'm not sure they're small), perhaps even folding (like a pocketknife, perhaps?) and with a built-in crowbar and lockpick compartment.
The last two are put in so that the handguard (assume it's rectangular) has a hollow compartment under the center; the seal stamped into the metal is actually a metal lid, a sort of lock, that closes off the lock pick compartment. Where the pommel should be, the hilt comes to a point, bent at an angle to the otherwise straight hilt (the hilt is a miniature crowbar).
In order to open the compartment, the seal has movable parts; it can be twisted, and the objects stamped onto it (say a shield with two swords crossed over it, surrounded by a ring of stars) have to be pressed or moved to the correct position in order to open the sealed compartment. In this case, one must:
Press the stars in the correct order
Pushing the swords in opposite directions, so they come off the shield and almost form a V
Press the shield
It would take some rather small and complex mechanics to get the seal to work as described here, and since I picture point of the crowbar extending directly from the fist when held in the hand, I'm not sure this is feasible. So my question is: Is This Rogue's Dagger Feasible, and If Not, How Should The Design Be Changed?
As always, I appreciate your input and feedback. Thank you! (Also, please let me know if the tags are wrong.)