The Unusual Suspects
An Imposing Ogrun Bokur
Fritz spent his childhood in the mining village of Jhordhold. The local lord’s Bokur would often tell tales of his adventures before settling down in Jhordhold. A young Fritz was delighted by the tales of daring and valor. He worked his body hard in the mines during the day and would often seek training with the lord’s Bokur in the even. Many of the young Ogrun had been enchanted by the adventurous tales and the Bokur was happy to oblige sharing his lessons. He was a merciless task master and over time fewer and fewer Ogrun attended training until one day, Fitz was the only pupil. His training then began in earnest. Spear and shield, tactics and triage; Fritz was molded into a capable warrior.
On his 16th birthday Fritz left Jhordhold and Rhul behind, traveling to the Iron Kingdoms through Horgenhold. His first few jobs were disastrous. His notions of honorable warfare were quickly dissuaded by brutal skirmishes on the Llaelese border. Fritz endured. He grew stronger and more knowledgeable. Within a few years he felt comfortable enough in his abilities and skill to begin his search for a korune. His search led him from Llael to Khador, to Cygnar, and finally to Ord.
He had hired on to many different mercenary bands but no man was worthy enough earn his allegiance. Disenchanted with the kingdoms of men, he prayed to Duhnia by the banks of the Rohannor. He asked her for guidance. For two days and two nights he fasted and kept a vigil for his Goddesses sign. On the third day as he packed up to head back home he caught sight of a man floating down river. His vigil forgotten Fritz fished the human from the river and found him clinging to life. By the Rohannor he nursed the man back to health. During this time they talked about many things. Fritz learned of the man’s life, his career and the tragedy that had befallen him. After the man was well Fritz offered his services to the man as he began to rebuild his company. He may not have found his korune but Fitz finally believed he found a man worth following.