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B'Korgen (?b - 2E 582)Edit

B'Korgen (also referred to as Bekor-gen) was a Sea Sload sorcerer proficient in alchemy and mind magic. He was a member of Abyssal Cabal, collaborating with the Court of Bedlam with the shared goal of sinking the Summerset Isle during the Interregnum.

Baarselg (fl. 2E 577)Edit

Baarselg was one of the Reachfolk sorcerer advisors of Emperor Durcorach the Black Drake, who held a prominent position of trust and influence in the emperor's court in the Imperial City. He was possibly a member of the Tagh Droiloch.

Babette (fl. 3E 334 - 4E 201)Edit

Babette is a Breton assassin and member of the Dark Brotherhood. She specializes as an alchemist. While she looks like a ten-year-old girl, Babette is in fact a three hundred-year-old vampire. She was bitten as a child and, as a result, retained her childlike appearance. She uses this to her advantage to complete her contracts; her targets do not perceive her as a threat, and she often plays the part of a scared, lost little girl to gain their trust. Due to her age, it can be inferred that she was born and turned during the reign of Empress Morihatha.

Babette resided in a Dark Brotherhood sanctuary in the outskirts of Falkreath, where the last known chapter of the Brotherhood was still active in 4E 201. That same year, Babette witnessed the arrival of Cicero and the Night Mother to the Falkreath Sanctuary and the appointment of a new Listener. She was absent from the Sanctuary when the chapter was massacred by the Penitus Oculatus, and subsequently moved to the Dawnstar Sanctuary with her surviving Dark Brotherhood family. Conflicting reports suggest that the Falkreath Sanctuary was wiped out without the appointment of a Listener. In any case, Babette remains one of the few known surviving members of the Dark Brotherhood in the Fourth Era.

Balagog gro-Nolob (?b - 4E 201)Edit

Balagog gro-Nolob, operating under the alias the Gourmet, was a mysterious Orcish culinary genius, known for concealing his true identity. His origins, race, and gender remained unknown to the general populace, including his devoted fans, many of whom speculated about his race. One example of speculation was that he might be a Bosmer due to his extensive knowledge of woodland herbs. He authored Uncommon Taste, a widely acclaimed cookbook across Tamriel. As of 4E 201, this culinary masterpiece has become quite a phenomenon. He was a wealthy individual known to indulge in high-quality wine.

He catered for esteemed individuals, including the court of Emperor Titus Mede II, and served as his personal cook.

Jarl Balgruuf the Greater

Jarl Balgruuf the Greater (fl 4E 201)Edit

Balgruuf the Greater is the Jarl of Whiterun, and a direct descendant of King Olaf One-Eye. An admirer of the Greybeards, Balgruuf made the pilgrimage to High Hrothgar in his youth. He carried on a rivalry with Ulfric Stormcloak since they both were young. He had multiple children, including Frothar, Dagny, and the youngest , Nelkir. While considered to be an honorable warrior who put his heart and soul into his service, he was also not considered a patient man. Following the White-Gold Concordat, he and the other Jarls were given chests of gold as compensation. However, he continued worshipping Talos privately, and according to Nelkir, hated the Thalmor as passionately as the Stormcloaks.

For more information, see the main lore article.

Baloth Bloodtusk (1E ? - 1E 970)Edit

Baloth Bloodtusk was an Orc hero and leader of the Savage Sons mercenaries. He was also known as the Wild Boar because no king could ever tame him, and he fought for his own reasons. He is remembered as the finest warrior in Wrothgar, and some went as far to claim he was an avatar of Malacath himself. Various legends speak of him wrestling giants, slaying dragons or riding a giant bear, but some scholars dismiss these as mere stories.

Saint Balyna (fl before 3E 427)Edit

Saint Balyna was one of Mara's patron saints. Her dedicated service served as a model for the followers of the Nine Divines.[1] Balyna's name is attributed to two Restoration spells called Balyna's Antidote and Balyna's Balm. The former is known to cure disease while the latter restores health[2] and has three known variations: the Soothing Balm, the Efficacious Balm, and the Perfect Balm.[3]


Barbas is the Hound of Clavicus Vile. He is a shapeshifting Daedra, although he most commonly takes on the form of a dog or Skaafin. Barbas acts as a repository for around half of Vile's power, though behaves as his loyal servant rather than equal, often pining for his approval to little avail. According to Vile, he likes being a dog—as well as many other things—on sunny days. "When he's like this, I think he's somewhere else. It's all quite significant, of course... But who knows what it means." Although Vile is always depicted along with Barbas, the Prince has at times grown tired of and abandoned him. While Barbas seems to be subservient to Clavicus Vile, he also often warns people against Vile's plots, suggesting he has some discretion and free will. He sometimes takes the form of a musically talented scamp merchant named Creeper.


Queen Barenziah (2E 893 - ?d)Edit

Queen Barenziah is one of the most famous figures of the Third Era. She became the first Queen of Morrowind, a vassal ruler to the Emperor of Tamriel. Her consort was Symmachus, former general of Emperor Tiber Septim (and the Emperor himself was rumored to be one of Barenziah's former lovers). Though her position was largely ceremonial for most of the Third Era, the couple were said to be popular with the people of Morrowind. The Queen was considered a loyal vassal throughout the era, and sided against Uriel Septim III and Queen Potema during the War of the Red Diamond circa 3E 120. However, circa 3E 391, she went into exile due to unrest in her province. Symmachus was killed in a riot, and she was forced to abdicate her throne to her uncle Athyn Llethan. Of all her adventures, she is most well-known for going on to help thwart the impostor Jagar Tharn and bring about an end to the Imperial Simulacrum by 3E 399. She married King Eadwyre of Wayrest, who she had forged a bond with while working to defeat Tharn and free the captive Emperor Uriel Septim VII. In 3E 417, she and Eadwyre were among the political leaders of the Iliac Bay who sought to acquire the Totem of Tiber Septim from an agent of the Blades, and who benefited greatly from the ensuing Miracle of Peace, or "Warp in the West". Barenziah claimed ignorance on what exactly transpired during this mysterious two-day phenomenon. Several years later, when Eadwyre died, she returned to Morrowind, where her son Prince Helseth soon became King, while she took on the title of Queen Mother. Her other child, Princess Morgiah, had already gone on to become Queen of Firsthold. She may have had other children, one of many disputed facets of her life. For more information, see the lore article.

Barilzar (2E ?b - 3E 427)Edit

Barilzar was a powerful Dark Elf mage who lived in Morrowind in the Second Era. He created the infamous artifact, Barilzar's Mazed Band.

Baron of BreakersEdit

The Baron of Breakers was an obscure Apocryphal entity associated with the runes of the Arcanists. One way for an Arcanist to harness their power was by inscribing the runes of the Baron of Breakers to create objects, such as spinning discs called tidal chakrams, which could grant magical protective shields. Similarly to the Fate Crone and Blind Man he was associated with such discs. Arcanists sometimes attempt to seek power from the Baron of the Breakers, and Azandar al-Cybiades was known to have done so. In one instance, Azandar humorously recounted a dream in which the Baron offered power, but Azandar requested tea instead, much to the Baron's displeasure.

Vateshran Barth (fl 2E 582)Edit

Vateshran Barth was one of the most prominent Reachfolk historians and storytellers of the period of Interregnum. Numerous clan elders considered him a living legend. He knew history of countless clans and was known to resolve conflicts all around the Reach. He was also an author of The Battle of Karthspire Lea.

Bashomon (fl 3E 282 - 284)Edit

Bashomon was the Prince of Esroniet, an island in the Padomaic Ocean, during the Third Era. His rulership was threatened when Emperor Uriel Septim V conquered the main port on the island, Black Harbor, in 3E 282. He would later surrender the island to Imperial authorities two years later in 3E 284.

Baurus (fl 3E 433)Edit

Baurus was a Redguard member of the Blades (and the youngest member of his time) who was a personal bodyguard to Emperor Uriel Septim VII, in the late Third Era. After the Emperor was assassinated, Baurus took the failure to protect the Emperor on a personal level and vowed to hunt down the assassins and protect the heir to the throne, Martin Septim.

King Bazrag gro-Fharun (fl 2E 582)Edit

King Bazrag gro-Fharun, also known as Chief Bazrag was the clan chief of Fharun Stronghold, and ruler of Orsinium; he was a traditionalist and staunch supporter of Malacath. Once a staunch ally of Kurog, he opposed Kurog's rule, and the worship of Trinimac, as he felt it was a plot by the Altmer to spread their own religion to Wrothgar. Unlike Kurog, he had the backing of the Orcish clans, due to his traditionalist stances, and was considered an equal to Kurog in terms of influence because of this. Bazrag believed that patience and adherence to tradition was key to uniting the Orcish clans and rebuilding Orsinium.

Beela-Kaar (fl Merethic Era)Edit

Beela-Kaar was a powerful Argonian sorcerer who lived before the Duskfall, during the height of the Argonian civilization in Black Marsh. According to the oral stories passed down by Argonian elders, Beela-Kaar was renowned for his great power and skill in the arcane arts, and served as a trusted advisor to the Saxhleel leaders, using his magic to help the people of Murkmire, until he turned to dark necromancy in an attempt to save his beloved mate, leading to his downfall and the creation of a cursed artifact, the Golden Skull of Beela-Kaar.

Beinir White-Beard (?b - 3E 424)Edit

Beinir White-Beard was a Nord chieftain of Thirsk who lived in the fifth century of the Third Era.

He became Chieftain of Thirsk after slaying three Orc raiders and presenting their eyes as a battle trophy. He was one of the longest serving rulers in Thirsk's history, ruling for twenty-two years.

Druid Belaigh (~1E 2235 - ?d)Edit

Druid Belaigh was a Breton member of the Eldertide Circle active in the twenty-third century of the First Era. who defeated the sea monster Molmor and created Molmor Islet west of Galen's shore.

Baroness Belene Chatillon (fl 1E 2260)Edit

Baroness Belene Chatillon was a Breton knight and a noble of the prominent Chatillon family. She founded the Order of the Iron Knot.

Emperor Belharza the Man-Bull (1E 266 - ?d)Edit

Belharza was the son of the Empress Alessia and her consort, Morihaus, and one of the first minotaurs.[4] He succeeded his mother as ruler of the Alessian Empire upon her death in 1E 266. Little is known about the emperor's life and reign as most records of the period were destroyed following the rise of the Alessian Order.[4] Private correspondence between Belharza and Alessia is held in the Library of Dusk in Coldharbour, though its contents are unspecified.[5] A surviving document from an Alessian Order sect indirectly implies that Belharza was troubled by large Ayleid hordes.[6] One controversial interpretation of an ancient tablet fragment called the Belharza Stone asserts that the precursors of the xenophobic Order may have openly clashed with Belharza, and violently purged the minotaurs from the Empire.[4]

King Bendu Olo (fl 1E 2241 - 2290)Edit

Bendu Olo, known variously as the Colovian Emperor, Sailor-King of Anvil, West King of Anvil, and Dealer of Swift Justice to the Foul Spot of Thras, was the Colovian King of Anvil and Baron-Admiral of the All Flags Navy who led the fleet against the Sload of Thras shortly after the Thrassian Plague of 1E 2200. Syrabane is said to have aided him in this victory, which is marked as the time when Colovia began to overshadow eastern Cyrodiil, leading to the War of Righteousness. His notes became a rare source of information on the Sload, and were disseminated by scholars for many years.

Beredalmo the Signifier (fl 2E 582)Edit

Beredalmo the Signifier was a historian from the mid-Second Era. He was a member of House Direnni and was one of the greatest living experts in Ayleid lore and mythohistory at the time. Much of his writings pertain to his Direnni ancestors (Once and Wayshrines of Tamriel) and Ayleid history, especially from the Ayleid Diaspora in Valenwood. (Aurbic Enigma 4: The Elden Tree and Heart of Valenwood)

Jarl Bjarfrud Skjoralmor (fl before 2E 582)Edit

Bjarfrud Skjoralmor was a human warrior who founded the town of Falkreath. He served as the kingdom's first jarl and was laid to rest in the town's Hall of the Dead.[7] His heirs continued to rule over Falkreath for centuries after. Circa 2E 582, Bjarfrud was resurrected by the spirit Cernunnon as a Draugr Deathlord during the Dreadhorn Clan's siege of the city, but he was swiftly put to rest and his corpse cleansed by a group of Undaunted attempting to lift the siege.[8]

Bjora (?b - ?d)Edit

Bjora of Karthwatch was the last known descendant of the ancient Reachman king Red Eagle. She lived during the Interregnum period, around 2E 582. She was raised by an adoptive Nordic mother, who had taken part in a raid during which Bjora's clansmen were slaughtered. She grew to be great warrior and a town guard in the frontier settlement of Karthwatch.

The Black Dragon, Lyra Viria (?b - 2E 582)Edit

The Black Dragon was a mysterious individual who worked for the Order of the Hour as their First Sword, hunting down members of the Dark Brotherhood in the Gold Coast around 2E 582. Initially, she was an Imperial assassin named Lyra Viria who served as a Silencer of the Brotherhood, stationed in Xith-Izkul Sanctuary until its purification. Following that, she defected to the Order of the Hour under the guidance of Primate Artorius Ponticus.

Blind ManEdit

The Blind Man was an obscure Apocryphal Daedric entity associated with the runes of the Arcanists. One way for an Arcanist to harness their power was by inscribing the runes of the Blind Man to create objects, such as spinning mystical discs, which could grant magical protective shields. Similarly to the Fate Crone and Baron of Breakers he was associated with such discs. Arcanists sometimes attempt to seek power and knowledge from the Blind Man, and Azandar al-Cybiades was known to encounter him in the antihelix of the Wind. He marked that corridor to avoid, deeming Blind Man's knowledge not worth the danger.

Chief Bolazgar (2E ?b - 2E 56?)Edit

Chief Bolazgar gro-Bagrakh was the Orc leader of Clan Bagrakh during the early sixth century of the Second Era.

Warden Boldekh (fl 2E 582)Edit

Boldekh was a member of the Wardens, Y'ffre worshipers and master storytellers whose nature tales become magical reality to defend the Green. He aided Vivec and Naryu Virian in the elimination of the Grandmaster Rythe Verano and foiling the plot of the Seven Secretives.

Archmaster Bolvyn Venim (?b - 3E 427)Edit

Bolvyn Venim was Archmaster of House Redoran and resided in Ald'ruhn during the years prior to the destruction of Dagoth Ur.[9] He was renowned as a strong, ruthless leader, credited for securing Redoran holdings during the opening of Vvardenfell, and for moving the Council to Ald'ruhn. He was killed in a duel after refusing to name an outlander as Hortator.[10]

High King Borgas (?b - 1E 369)Edit

Borgas of Winterhold was a Nordic High King and the last in the line of the Ysgramor dynasty and Harald's final descendant. He is also believed to have been the last monarch to wear the legendary Jagged Crown. During his reign, the traditional Nordic pantheon of deities was replaced in favor of doctrine based on the Alessian Order in Skyrim. This act would become known as the "shadow of King Borgas" and lasted for over a hundred years until it was violently reversed by High King Wulfharth.

He was also one of Marukh's chief supporters, however as the prophet's teaching began to spread, hostility grew between the Camoran Dynasty of Valenwood and the Empire. Borgas traveled to Cyrodiil to urge a joint war against the Bosmer, but fell victim to Valenwood's infamous Wild Hunt during this journey in 1E 369. He carried his horn, called the "Horn of Borgas", the moment he died. Eric of Guis wrote that he was killed for the "iniquities" of his Alessian faith. His body was presumed destroyed during the Hunt, but was secretly returned to Skyrim and buried with the Jagged Crown in the Nordic tomb of Korvanjund.


Boziikkodstrun was a dragon who was transformed into the first Daedric Titan by Molag Bal.

In the Merethic Era, dragons ruled Tamriel and sought domination over all mortals. Their reign ended following the Dragon War when Alduin was banished, and those who were not slain were driven into hiding. It was then that Boziikkodstrun exerted his nigh-divine will in an attempt to fly beyond the borders of the Mundus. Although he failed, Boziikkodstrun's effort drew the attention of Molag Bal, who recognized that the Dragons had conquered much of Nirn. He approached the dragon and offered him a place of honor and privilege in Coldharbour, and in his weakened state Boziikkodstrun accepted.

Bal subsequently opened a portal, granting Boziikkodstrun passage into Coldharbour. Immediately upon his arrival, Boziikkodstrun was bound in chains of cold ebon iron and imprisoned in the depths of the Tower of Lies. Hoping to learn the secrets of his race's dominion over mortals, Molag Bal had Boziikkodstrun tortured and interrogated. Boziikkodstrun was tormented for ages, but was indignant at his host's foul treatment of him; thus, he refused to speak in his native language as the Daedric Prince requested. Frustrated by his defiance, Bal punished the Dragon by slowly eating the flesh from his bones. When only Boziikkodstrun's skeleton remained, the Prince declared that he would create his own dragons, which would be mightier than those of Nirn.

Boziikkodstrun's skeleton was taken to the Vile Laboratory, where it was infused with the blood-of-darkness in order to reawaken it as a Vestige. It can be assumed that this process was similar to the creation of the Soul Shriven, mortals who have their soul substituted with the vestige of a Daedra. Bal had the skeleton adjusted to his specifications, then it was then submerged in the Azure Chasm to allow it to reform in creatia.

Within a nanaeon, Bozikkodstrun arose from the chasm as the first Daedric Titan and bounded nimbly up the Endless Stair. It was soon determined to be a powerful new addition to Molag Bal's war-slaves. Many more Daedric Titans were made in Boziikkodstrun's image, and were released upon Tamriel during the Planemeld in the Second Era.

Chief Bradan (fl 2E 582)Edit

Chief Bradan was one of the werewolf protectors of the Ghostsong Clan, and later the leader of the remnants of the clan who opposed it's previous matron Nathari. He joined the ranks of Arana's Wayward Guardians and was one of the military leaders of the organization.

Brandyl Tenvanni (4E 6 - ?d)Edit

Also known as Brand-Shei. The sole heir to House Telvanni. He was raised by Argonians and his identity kept from him. In 4E 201, he discovered his true identity with the help of the Last Dragonborn.[11]

Mistress Lady Brara Morvayn (?b - 4E 65)Edit

Brara Morvayn was one of the six councilors of House Redoran's administration over the island-district of Vvardenfell. She acquired her title after the death of her husband, Remas Morvayn in the late Third Era, and eventually moved to the mining town of Raven Rock. Throughout the years, she contributed to Raven Rock's success and longevity, even after it was converted from an Imperial charter town into a fully-fledged township of House Redoran.

Brarilu TheranEdit

Brarilu Theran was a Dunmer mage of great renown, being a masterful pyromancer and enchanter. He was a widely traveled individual, having been to the Summerset Isles, communing with the Psijic Order of Artaeum, and even visiting the eastern continent of Akavir. In the waning years of his life, Brarilu found himself exploring the smoking ruins of Red Mountain where he encountered a dragon. Brarilu and the dragon did battle, with the elf defeating the great beast with his pyromancy. Brarilu offered the dragon mercy in exchange for a secret. The dragon obliged, although refused to say its name. The dragon revealed the secret method behind applying two enchantments to a single item, a technique that had been lost to the modern era. Brarilu spent two years tirelessly mastering the process, and finally was able to apply two enchantments to a sword. He embraced his death knowing he had accomplished a feat which had not been replicated in his age.

Emperor Brazollus Dor (?b - 1E 2877)Edit

Brazollus Dor was the fourth emperor of the Reman Dynasty. He was born in 1E 2815, and he was the illegitimate son of Emperor Reman II and a common-born maid named Irinia Dor. Brazollus was described as powerful and handsome in his youth. He was also described as strongly resembling his illustrious forefather, Reman I. Since it was expected that Reman II would produce a legitimate heir, Brazollus settled into the life of a minor lord, not an Imperial scion. He spent his days looking after his vineyard, hunting, and entertaining friends.

New Life Herald Breda (fl. 2E 582)Edit

New Life Herald Breda was a Nord cleric and lumberjack renowned for organizing and coordinating the New Life Festival celebrations across all of Tamriel in 2E 582.

Lord Bridwell (fl 3E 402 - 417)Edit

A noble in the courts of Kings Lysandus and Gothryd of Daggerfall in the Third Era, Lord Bridwell was also head of the Knights of the Dragon, and protector of the city and royal family of Daggerfall.[12]

Lord Bridwell served as general of Daggerfall's army during the War of Betony, and was instrumental in Daggerfall's victory at the Battle of the Bluffs.[13][14] Some sources claim it was Lord Bridwell who struck down King Camaron of Sentinel at the Battle of Cryngaine Field, which ended the war. It is also rumored that before the war (and possibly after), he was secretly having an affair with Queen Mynisera.[13]

Brinarch (?b - 2E 582)Edit

Brinarch was a leader of a commando of the Reachfolk faction Dark Witnesses who took over the Fallen Grotto from the Glenmoril Wyrd to become a Briarheart. He was active during the Interregnum in 2E 582.

Duke-Prince Brindisi Dorom (?b - 1E 2920)Edit

Duke-Prince Indoril Brindisi Dorom was ruler of Mournhold and was killed during the destruction of the city by Mehrunes Dagon on 12 Sun's Dusk, 1E 2920.

In an attempt to end the Four-Score War, Dorom paid the Morag Tong to assassinate Emperor Reman III, but the Tribunal preferred to instead end the war with battle and diplomacy, so Sotha Sil intercepted the ship containing the payment before it reached its destination.

Mehrunes Dagon's attack on Mournhold was an act of revenge by his former mistress, Turala. The Duke banished her upon discovering that she was pregnant with his child, and she wandered across Tamriel until ending up in Phrygias, High Rock where she joined the Skeffington Coven of witches. When the coven was destroyed, she was tricked into believing that the Duke was responsible and invoked Dagon to take revenge.

The Duke is commemorated by the plaza that bears his name in the rebuilt city of Mournhold.

Lady Brisienna Magnessen (fl 3E 401 - 417)Edit

Lady Brisienna Magnessen (formally styled Brisienna, Lady Magnessen, informally Lady Brisienna or Lady Magnessen) was a noblewoman and also a highly skilled agent of the Blades during the reign of Emperor Uriel Septim VII. She was the sister of the Great Knight, the leader of the Blades at that time.

Lady Brisienna was once in the employ of Queen Mynisera of Daggerfall, though she was secretly the Emperor's agent in the kingdom's court. However, after King Lysandus was killed during the War of Betony, Brisienna found herself out of favor with the new regime and was forced into hiding. Nevertheless, she remained the Emperor's emissary in High Rock, assisting another agent sent by the Emperor to investigate Lysandus' death. Lady Magnessen was instrumental in helping this agent recover a powerful artifact, an act which led directly to the event known as the Warp in the West.

At some point, Lady Brisienna evidently caught some of the public's imagination, as she was featured as a character in the popular historical fiction Mystery of Talara.

Brazzefk (fl before 1E 700)Edit

Brazzefk was a legendary Dwemer alchemist. He was highly acclaimed for his expertise in alchemy and known for his relentless pursuit of the elusive goal of immortality.

Brynjolf (fl 4E 201)Edit

Brynjolf is a Nord thief, a member of the Thieves Guild in Riften and the Nightingales from the Fourth Era.

In 4E 201, one day Brynjolf noticed a new face in Riften, the Last Dragonborn, and approached them, revealing he was a member of the Thieves Guild. He offered them a chance to join his organization. Brynjolf wanted the Dragonborn to plant a merchant's ring on another merchant as a test. Conflicting reports claim whether this operation was successful or not; whichever the case, Brynjolf saw potential in the Dragonborn and sent them to the Thieves Guild's headguarters, the Ragged Flagon in Riften's Ratway. He tasked the Dragonborn with collecting debt from different business owners, sent them to Goldenglow Estate, and sent them to Maven Black-Briar, who tasked them with sabotaging one of her business rivals. When the Dragonborn was sent to squeeze information from a smuggler, Gulum-Ei, he advised the Dragonborn to spare him.

Later on, Karliah, a former guild member and lover of the previous Guild Master, Gallus Desidenius returned to the Ragged Flagon accompanied by the Dragonborn. She revealed that Mercer Frey, Gallus' successor, had betrayed and murdered Gallus, framed Karliah, and stolen from the guild for years. Furious, Brynjolf joined Karliah and the Dragonborn, becoming a Nightingale. They tracked Mercer down to Irkngthand, where the Dragonborn defeated him. Brynjolf then elected the Dragonborn as the new Guild Master and was present for the ceremony.

Bthuand Mzahnch (fl before 1E 700)Edit

Bthuand Mzahnch was a prominent Dwemer smith, tonal architect and scholar. He worked under the leadership of Kagrenac alongside other notable figures such as Dahrk Mezalf. His contributions to the Dwemer's technological advancements were significant.

Bujold the Intrepid (fl 4E 201)Edit

Bujold the Intrepid, also known as Bujold the Unworthy, was a Nord chieftain of Thirsk who lived in the third century of the Fourth Era.

She became Chieftain of Thirsk after slaying the great beast of Ilfark and presenting its stomach as a battle trophy, at some point before or during 4E 201.

Circa 4E 201, under her leadership, the occupants of the Thirsk Mead Hall had succumbed to a preference for feasting and mead over martial pursuits, resulting in the decline of their physical prowess and unpreparedness. This was exploited by a clan of Rieklings, who invaded Thirsk and forcibly displaced the residents from their headquarters. Bujold, acknowledging her failure to maintain the martial prowess of her people, led her comrades in a retreat from their abode in the aftermath of the Rieklings' assault.

Sir Byric of the Flame (fl 2E 542)Edit

Sir Byric of the Flame was a Breton knight. In an act of valor, Sir Byric set the fields surrounding Alcaire Castle ablaze to repel Reachfolk invaders in 2E 542. This heroic feat led to the renaming of the Alcaire Knights to the Knights of the Flame, a tribute to Sir Byric's courageous and determined actions. A monument stood behind Alcaire Castle, honoring his heroic actions.