what i am getting is your new to PnP and trained on DDO. ok do not dumb chr, if your in a real pnp group witha real dm dumping chr means you wont even be allowed to try to be taht socially adept nor think of clever social related plans. also dont dump int. I have known DMs that will pretty much shut down your right to talk with anything more then idiotic one liners like "I like Swords!" if your int is under 12.
Con is actually my main dump stat in PnP. High AC is all that matters really defense wise. and good saves in will and ref mainly. If your frail most DMs actually tend to kind of protect you indirectly by keeping you from being ganged up on, or catching first aggro. Just because dieing always tends to slow down a campaign and being low hp is a pretty good way to show the DM your not meta gaming for max survivability which most DMs appreciate alot.
the stats you showed where pretty solid with only one low number really hurting you. Depends totally one your leveling plan. keep in mind in PnP multiclassing is SO much different and diverse. especially with prestige classes which even more so then in DDO you need to plan for or expect to never be one.
Id probably if its an underdark adventure go with a hybrid elf. wood/drow mother raped by drow duringa surface raid thing. but then your mother was sent into exile and chose to go into the deep woods where the dark and mystical nature sustained your drow blood.
What alot forget there is drow are the closest to first born elves left in existance and interbreed with all other elves quite well.
This character would still have the +2 racial xp issue drow have, but his racial weapons and the like would mirror his mothers people. I once played one in 2nd ed as a shugenja/ninja raised in kara tur and was tons of fun both in combat and social interaction.
Your stats and dumping con would let you be an awesome spell caster/stealth/hit and run warrrior and id consider the traditional rogue wiz combo. its not hard to fit in levels in PRCs like shadow dancer, and assassin quite early, then id focus more on magic and try getting PRC in levels like mage thief, or arcane duelist and war wizard asap to up your magic power.
In PnP you dont need the extremes you see demanded of so often in DDO, a well played hybrid with just enough in the skill based classes to help keep you going when your magic runs low is about the best way to go. and drowish rogue wizards are not just a standard thye are a tradition dating back to some of the earliest eras of PNP.