Elder Mountain Clansman of the Drunken Rams


Jack’s flowing hair and long beard hide his gaunt features from a distance. The man is tall, but thin and smells of wood smoke and damp.


In July 288 AC Jack and his family, the Drunken Rams, were fleeing from the mountain valleys west of Snownook when they came upon a party from House Jasper. The party had discovered the decapitated body of a Drunken Ram on a nearby false summit. Jack kept telling the flatlanders that there was no time to see to a burial as they were fleeing hunters who howl like wolves. He called the hunters “singers” and explained that they too were flatlanders. The Jasper party allowed the clan to continue their trek east without conflict.


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