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August 16, 2006, 1:31 am

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Borjang the Traitor


Borjang, once a general of Bukdek, turned upon his compatriots to aid the Ozhuniyac rebellion, battling against the Emperor.

-born into a poor fisher clan in the cold shores of the Deeps of Mrugok
-sold into slavery (clan unable to support the child/settle father’s debts), bought by the Blood Flag Clan, and then purchased at the age of 15 by members of the Bejewelled Triangle Clan (famous Great Clan of military advisors)
-joins Imperial military

-Uklur and Naurngul: Borjang’s twin lieutenants (followed him from his Legion)
-Drozhu of the Shattered Hand: Borjang’s mind-seer

Borjang is of old Northwestern Bukdek stock; he is a large man, standing over 6 feet tall, wide-shouldered and large-limbed.


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August 25, 2006, 7:50
keep it going man.


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