Recknor, the relentless. Recknor arrived in the frontier town of Varenheim, and in no time he became the best blacksmith in the country. His increasingly demanded presence in the capital, forced him to stay separate from his family for long periods of time.
When Varenheim was under siege, Recknor begged his lord to free the city in order to save his beloved ones. The duke complied with his duty, but after taking precautions, it was too late for many citizens, including the Recknor family. When he found out, he armed himself and broke through the throne hall, killing everybody who opposite him, until he took the life of the duke. “You only had to take up arms and fight, my lord”. Sadly, nobody was alive to learn one’s lesson.
Recknor, the relentless.
Towns and villages of regions in war tend to be first victims when steel speaks, but, bor a blacksmith, they are a destination as danger as lucrative. Recknor arrived to the frontier with his family, looking for a brighter future, moving away of last winter starvation of the north zone. They settled in the town of Varenheim, and his abilities reached the ears of the Liege Lord quickly. Eventually, when the war intensified, Recknor presence in the capital was more required, improving and enlarging his lord and his bannermen armory, forced him to stay separate from Varenheim and his family for long periods of time
Even the town of Varenheim was sieged at some point. Recknor begged his lord to order his troops to free the city, offering himself to lead the soldiers if necessary. His lord, seriously, and also wryly, told him: “I hope to have enough generals, instead of sending my troops to follow a blacksmith commands”. Recknor answered: “I promise, my lord, if something happens to my family because of those generals’ inanition, your army would have no one to follow”. He turned away and come back to the forge crestfallen.
The duke complied with his duty, he sent an army to lift the siege and support the town of Valenheim. In charge of the army, maybe due to the word he had with Recknor, he wanted to put his two best generals: Lord Greaves and Lord Hardegaan, sadly, the last one took three days to come back from a mission, delaying the departure of the army a week, to the despair of Recknor.
Finally, the city was saved from the siege, but civilian casualties were a tragedy, since the enemy, warned by the imminent arrival of the armies of Greaves y Hardegaan, increased the assault on the town, trying to take it, unleashing hell with his siege engines.
Once the army returned to the capital, in a short note, Recknow was informed about his family death during a fire produced in the Hood they were. Recknor, who was working in the forge, took a feather and rote a short message. He gave it to the herald, asking him to give it to the lord. Slowly, he looked at the forge that was almost empty, but for a couple of swords, a wooden shield and a part of an armor he was mending. He started arming himself with what he had to hand, while upstairs, an uproar started getting closer.
Recknor was already prepared when the first soldier started going downstairs. He knocked him down, and went for the next one. He fought all the path to the tower, killing any soldier who fronted him. The narrow spiral staircase nullified the advantage of the number of guards. A quite reduced number, since almost all of the soldiers were celebrating the lift of Valenheim, on the tavern of the town. When he reached the tower, his lord, together to Greaves and Hardegaan, were waiting for him, frightened and surprised. Greaves, weaponless, got close to him to talk, Recknor answered him with a hit that splitting his skull. Without saying a word, he turned around to kill his lord and Hardegaan, with two more sword strikes. Once all his opponents where on the floor moribund, and hopeless, he spoke to his lord one final time. “I hope I taught you that once a decision has been taken, it should not be delayed”
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