Known to the Nation
Brom Silverhand is a loudmouth braggart of a Fianna who fancies himself some kind of modern day folk hero. He is widely traveled and has been a member of no less than half a dozen packs over the years. While he talks big he also backs up his words with action. He is ever willing to lead a charge, rally the troops, and hamper the enemies of the Nation. He has been an Adren for many years now, seemingly caring little for further advancement. He distinguished himself in the Ratkin War, but has still held back from finding a sept to settle in and become a Teacher for younger generations. Now in his 40s though, the wandering hero shtick seems to be wearing a little thin, and he's made no shortage of insults and enemies among the other tribes of the Nation for the liberties that his "Fianna passions" have led him to take with their Kinfolk.
Known to the Fianna
Brom is member of the Grandchildren of Fionn camp, and one of the most stereotypical exemplars of it. He joined their ranks as a young Cliath and has stayed true to the calling for over twenty years now. He is one of the "inspired" Grandchildren who claim to be guided in their adventures and travels directly by Stag. Brom specifically claims to follow a spirit aspect of Stag that he calls "The White Hart", and often gives no more reasons for his whims and actions than that he is following White Hart's guidance. While he is certainly a capable warrior Brom has made himself most valuable as a master of psychological warfare. He is an expert in both mundane methods of intimidation and harrying as well as a competent hand at using illusory magics and emotional manipulation gifts to both bolster his allies and hinder his enemies.
- Old Ironsides
- Hell on Wheels
Words on the Winds
- Brom once saved a Silver Fang princess by wrestling a mad bear spirit into submission.
- He earned the deed name "Silverhand" from defeating an opponent in a Klaviskar duel by allowing himself to be speared through the hand with a klaive in order to disarm his opponent.
- Earned the name Old Ironsides in a situation that involved a bottle of Scotch, a Nuwisha, a Rokea, and an ill-advised swim in the English Channel.
Rumors & Quotes
Inspirations & OOC Information
- Traditional mythological/folk heroes (Cú Chulainn, Gilgamesh, Heracles, Beowulf, etc.)
- Logen Ninefingers, The First Law trilogy