Earl of Fisher

Rustin Kingfisher; Dances with Pirates. This is common knowledge among the sailors on the seas. No one has ever been able to bring evidence before the king in Parliament so he could be punished, however, despite the fact that he provides them a port in the wetlands to the west of the seat of his honor, called Digby.

At the age of 19, Rustin of Digby, also called Rustin the Bastard, led a small war band of thugs and highwaymen late in winter on a silent raid into the lands of the principle estate of the honor of Fisher to see his 300 year-old half-elfin lord, uncle 15 times removed, murdered in cold blood with his small hunting party, deep in the drier heartlands of Fisher. Arthur half-elfin was the only child of the second earl of Fisher. The second earl’s only wife took a second husband, Sir Farrell of Limestay, for the sake of the stability and continued peace among the vassals. After 300 years, Rustin was the last surviving relative of Sir Farrell, whose only son, Rustin Farrellson, had been a bastard, as well, and come into his inheritance at the same age and through similar circumstances.

Earl of Fisher

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