Campaign of the Month: December 2020
Remus entered into a fool-hearty scheme in 285 AC when he conspired with the The Duke to capture a smuggled shipment of whale oil from Ib. Remus was paid 20gd finder’s fee and The Duke would sell off the oil at a considerable profit. With the negotiations done Remus was introduced to The Duke’s debt collector, Virigl, so that he would know the look of the man in case of treachery. This would turn out to be a shrewd safeguard as the heist would not go as expected. When the Duke’s sellsails captured the whale oil vessel they were dismayed to learn that the cargo was not oil, but slaves. Remus, an emancipationist, had known this and manipulated the Duke to free the slaves. On the run, Remus hired Ser Godfry to protect him as he seeks safe passage to Braavos.