Happs Bydon was the second-in-command at the Thorn River Camp. A crude and foul-mouthed man who turned to banditry after he was caught running a protection racket in Restov while also, in theory, serving as a soldier and city guard. He fled the city when …
Storr was part of Happs Bydon's bandit gang that arrived for a routine monthly extortion of the Levetons at the Trading Post. Seeing most of his companions stumbling around the battlefield while either entrapped in grease or vomitting and blind, Storr …
Dovan of Nisroch
A scheming and conniving man, Dovan will do whatever he needs to in order to survive. His accent (when not imitating someone else's) has the thick tones of the western Inner Sea, and his voice seems to barely rise above a whisper.
Until Akiros usurped …
Simpleminded in everything but cruelty, this lieutenant of the Stag Lord leads almost entirely through intimidation.
Auchs is as simple as Akiros is complex. A lumbering lummox of a man, Auchs is simpleminded in everything but cruelty. He loves the …
Searos the Skinchanger
Searos seems more thug than nature lover, although he seems to have a genuine affection for his eagle companion. Nearly invisible in the wilderness, he is able to track and follow prey for days and weeks at a time.
His speech is grating and halting, …
The leader of the Thorn Ford camp bandits is a woman named Kressle, a sadistic criminal and career bandit. Never spending more than a week in one spot, banditry is in her blood—as a young child she was already helping her parents rob travelers and roughen …
Equal parts awkward adolescent and headstrong rebel, Helena ran away from home after being forced to attend "some wizard academy" by her parents when her abilities were initially discovered. Buying passage on a ship on the Sellen River, she was soon …
Visions by Josef revealed that Albany’s condition was caused by The Decrepit One, a fallen druid, in a foul ritual. While exposed to the dying energies of Albany’s demise, Josef had a vision of the man who had inflicted this condition on him.
First, he …
The Stag Lord
The Stag Lord never had a name, for his father only called him “boy,” and then only when the old man demanded some sort of backbreaking chore or was looking for something to beat on. He never knew his mother and never knew a proper home—his father, being …
All you know about this man is that he was a mercenary that Kesten worked with months ago, who after some sort of robbery fled into the Greenbelt from Restov to become a bandit. He has been said to possess an unnerving calm in the face of violence.
Until recently, the role of second in command for the Stag Lord was filled by Dovan. Immediately before the Stag Lord's death, however, Akiros had that honor - an honor that he was not sure that he wanted. The awkward combination of bitter resentment and …
Woodrow and Elissa's stories both humbly began within an orphanage in the bucolic community of Isger. Orphaned an early age, Woodrow even then took an avid interests in the concepts of rules, laws and fairness.
The Goblinblood Wars ravaged Isger in …