About Hawkwren Agricola
Leather Armor (10gp) [15lbs]
Longbow (75gp) [3lbs]
Scimitar (15gp) [4lbs]
Arrows 38/40 (2gp) [3lbs]
Backpack (2gp) [2lbs]
Items picked up in Game
Hawkwren was born and raised in Andoran. His grandfather fought in the Revolution, as well as his father and uncle. His uncle was somewhat of a hero in the Revolution, while his father used the conflict to catapult his political career. Unfortunately Hawkwren was an illegitimate son and somewhat of a political liabilty for his father. Sired while his father was behind the front lines, Hawkwren's mother was a young impressionable Elf infatuated with the human "hero". After his father, Titus, learned of the pregnancy, he brought the elven lass back to the family estate, in Almas, until she bore him his child. Six months after his birth, Titus sent Hawkwren's mother away.
Hawkwren's childhood wasn't a fairy tale. Never knowing his real mother, barely recognized by his father, despised by his adopted mother, the young half-elf learned to be invisible to his "family". Sent to live with his Uncle when he was ten years of age was the best thing that had happened in his short life. His uncle, Titian, was a kindly man. The polar opposite of his brother, he took in Hawkwren and educated the youth in combat, woodcraft, and Andoran ideals of justice and liberty. The youth quickly exceled under his uncle'e tutelage. On Hawkwren's sixteenth birthday his father recalled him to the family estate.
Impressed with his son's burgeoning skills, Titus put the boy to work. Hawkwren eager to win his father's approval, worked diligently. The boy would spy on his father's political rivals and Andoran dissidents. He rooted out slavers and smugglers. His father took credit for all his accomplishments. Then when Hawkwren was twenty, Titus sent him after a man that his father said was the head of large slavery ring. His father told him the man's deed were so evil that he didn't deserve a trial but death. That was the first time Hawkwren ever killed a man. It was month later that Hawkwren learned that Titus had deceived him, that the man he killed was just a powerful politcal rival his father wanted out of the way. The half-elf packed his things and left Almas that same evening.
Hawkwren traveled to his uncle's home and bade the aging hero farewell. He said nothing of his father's betrayal, he claimed that it was time he traveled and saw the greater world. It was then, when his uncle suggested it, that Hawkwren learned of the Pathfinders. So on his uncle's advice, Hawkwren bought passage on a ship to Absalom.
Hawkwren, no stranger to city life, was awed by the City at the Center of the World. He spent a month wondering the city, taking in all the foreign cultures, the noises and smells of the markets. After his initial wonder dimmed a little, Hawkwren sought out the Grand Lodge and presented himself at the gates.
The Society was mildly impressed with the young man and he was made an initiate. He spent the next four years training and honing his skills under the watchful eyes of the Society. Upon his Confirmation, Hawkwren, still Andoran in his heart and dedicated to the ideas of freedom and liberty, joined his brethren in the Andoran faction.
Though haunted by the murder his unknowingly committed, he strives to make amends for it by championing the ideas of freedom and liberty, while serving the Society and the Andoran faction.
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