Kynon Gulfslayer

Kynon is a famous fleet captain from the Realm of Eros. He is born in the city of Port Karission in the western corner of the Realm in the year 187. His father was from low nobility of Port Karission while his mother was a Valish from the city of Rogmunnak.

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Biography

Kynon is born in the city of Port Karission in the western corner of the Realm. His father was from low nobility of Port Karission while his mother was a Valish from the city of Rogmunnak. Kynon studied at the Militium Aurumnus in Eros where he was taught by Alexos, among others. This is also where the relationship of trust between Kynon and the aforementioned came into existence.

He earned his nickname Gulfslayer while sailing the seas outside the High Praises. Kynon is known for his headstrong approach to his sailors on his boat the Cleaver. According to many, this is due to Kynon being from a Valish mother.

Although Kynon is not one of the higher admirals in Eros’ fleet, Kynon has made a name for himself by participating in dangerous expeditions and well-known naval battles. Kynon is also a well-known navigator who knows the seas around Eros like the back of his hand. Thanks to Kynon’s multicultural heritage, he also has an advantage with various foreign envoys.

At the start of the Night’s Cult uprising, Kynon receives a message from Alexos to track down a special target in the mystical city of Jagrad. He is tasks to find Hector, the loyal servant of Selene, with the help of Hector’s brother, who also happens to live in Port Karission.

Appearance

Kynon is a strong man and always carries his spear with him, you can also recognize him by his blue tunic underneath his armo, which he always wears as a proud sailor from Eros. Although Kynon is a good sailor, he is not one of the higher Navarchs of the Erosian fleet as his origins and character get in his way.

Miniature

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