Bounty Hunter

bounty hunterWhen the sought after tell tales of Gondar the Bounty Hunter, none is sure of which are true. In whispered tones, they say he was abandoned as a kit, acquiring his skill in tracking as a matter of plain survival. Others hear he was an urchin of war, taken in by the grand Soruq the Hunter to learn the master’s skill with a blade as they scrutinized the dark forests for big game. Still others deem he was a lowly street urchin raised among a company of criminals, trained in the arts of slyness and discourse. Around campfires in the natural landscape, his prey speaks the rumours of Gondar’s work, growing ever more fearful: they say it was he who tracked down the tyrant King Goff years after the mad noble went into hiding, sending his head and scepter as proof. That it was he who penetrated the rebel camps at Highseat, finally transporting the prodigy thief White Cape to be judged for his crimes. In addition, that it was he who finished the career of Soruq the Hunter censured as a criminal.