Bjolum Gotrind


A human male in his latter middle-age, Sir Bjolum Gotrind stood just under six feet tall with physical proportions fitting for someone from a house whose crest features a bull. Bjolum had relatively short, salt-and-pepper hair which he combed back and a fairly thin beard.

On the right side of his face Bjolum bore a large scar that stretched from the side of his eye socket down his cheeck along his jaw.


Bjolum, like many of the Gotrind name, was proud of his family’s military history and had distinguished himself in his service to Keland and the Holy States. He had earned the mantle of knighthood in Keland, and faithfully serves its steward, Tidiolkras and its king Nathanial the Just.

Bjolum Gotrind

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