BENÉ ‘HERDSMAN’ ÉNRY
BORN: 15/5 1159 in
HEIGHT: 186 cm
- 1st of
Born inat the shores of in eastern , as 3rd child and youngest son of a from . There was little to no call of labor for Bené, as is his birth name, so he merely played merchant and worked on whatever project he thought fun or interesting. His favorite was buying old boats, wagons or machinery, which he tided up or outright repaired and sold at a profit.
Not that he needed the cash, as his father worked directly under the Triad Traders. It was merely for the sport of it. All this did though bring him many friends, some outright followers and a few steady customers. And it was this growing ‘flock’ of people he aided, that got him his nick ‘Herdsman’.
The one who told me this, thought it fun to see such a young man with those three notabilities, each more than 50 years older than him. But, as he thought, being a lad of a man in the service of the Triad Traders surely must have helped.
After the reported sighting in 1184, Herdsman seemingly did nothing but study and work at whatever he liked. But slowly his skills and reputations grew to such heights. That one day, he was approached by some envoys in a purple sailed ship with a Kraken as banner. The next day he climbed on board and they sailed off. It was not until he appeared at the furnaces ofin 1194 that we learned he had been at .
Some say that there where a few years, around 1213-14, in which Herdsman was gone. But in 1215 he returned, only to leave for Lord Nam for 3 years. After that he left for the town of where he visited and studied with the young but skilled Zambuk for 2 years.where he studied with
In 1221 he returned to theand was there when the extremely skilled joined crew of skilled .
With hammer so skilled…
And hits so angled…
There was much to learn…
But, alas soon all coped…
Only order and tidiness was to do…
When Mayor Tri-M decided to form and break ties with king Nefius of Fur Oracles and one of the founders of the Triad Traders. Herdsman was the obvious choice as of the orders weapon arm and in charge of the towns storage supplies.left and men like
A title and job he held with great honors until the Free City of Muldum was sacked and burned. It’s said that when the force poured through the gates, he was visiting . Where his eldest brother laid sick, after an assassination attempt that had killed the rest of the family. Herdsman told me, when we met after the Battle of Weeping Plains and the re-coronation of High King Black Oak once more. That he thought the murders unrelated to the and had an suspicion of who was behind. But he would not tell me., where the