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Kenosh
Kenosh Portrait
Pronunciation: KEE-nohsh[1]
Age: Late fifties[2]
Gender: Male
Origin: Sunsgrove
Family: Dakkan (Son)
Allegiance: Sratha-din[3]
Occupation: Soldier
Rank: Captain of the Lutren Sea Guard[4]
Weaponry: Broadsword[5]
Status:Alive
Appearances:Beyond the Western Deep

"My cause is peace." - Kenosh[6]

Kenosh is Captain of the Lutren Sea Guard and Dakkan's father. He is an experienced combatant, having fought in skirmishes all over the Four Kingdoms. All of the other races respect him for his skill, but they do not necessarily like him.[7]

Personality

Kenosh is stern and no-nonsense, having little tolerance for any foolishness even in people he is familiar with.[8] He has been seen at ease once when eating at a tavern,[9] though this may be in part due to the salmon putting him into a good mood.[10]

He believes in honorable conduct above all else, even if it may negatively affect his kingdom.[11] He has compassion for the plight of the Ermehn[12], and believes joining with the Canid to fight them would be mass-murder.[13]

In hostile territory, he sleeps fully armored[14] with one hand on his drawn sword.[15]

Relationships

Dakkan

Little is known of Kenosh and Dakkan's relationship before the Oran Uprising. Dakkan eagerly greets his father when he returns home after his year of captivity, but Kenosh returned a different person than the father Dakkan knew and was unable to return his enthusiasm.[16]

Since then, Kenosh and Dakkan's relationship has grown more complicated and rocky. Kenosh had hoped that Dakkan would be the ideal successor to the Captaincy of the Lutren Guard, but he is constantly disappointed by his son's brashness,[17] a fact that has not gone unnoticed by others. Clovis believes that Dakkan's name- meaning 'proud leader'- is an indication of what Kenosh wanted his son to be.[18] Further complicating Kenosh's aspirations for his son is Dakkan's hemophobia, which Kenosh tried and failed to conceal. However, Kenosh was instrumental in his son’s transition from bladed weapons to the staff, rationalizing to himself and others that it would be easier to interrogate live Polcan than dead ones.[19]

Because of Kenosh's grim demeanor, Dakkan doesn't like travelling with him.[20] They also greatly disagree on politics, holding opposing views on the Ermehn and their place in the world.[21] Kenosh is also not above hitting Dakkan if he is pushed far enough,[22] although the frequency with which he does so is uncertain.

However, despite their difficulties, Kenosh and Dakkan care deeply for one another. When in a good mood, Kenosh will laugh at Dakkan's jokes.[23] When the envoy was ambushed on the Sunsgrove-Aisling border, Dakkan angrily protested when the Ermehn bandits went to wake his father despite his position as a hostage.[24] At Deltrada, Kenosh did not stand for Clovis' cruel ribbing at his son's shortcomings.[25]

Once the attack began, Kenosh left to investigate but told Dakkan and Quinlan to stay put. When Dakkan protested, Kenosh snapped at him to follow orders, but showed a bit of vulnerability by reminding Dakkan that he wasn't just his superior, but his father too.[26] Dakkan was concerned about his father throughout the attack.[27] Once the Ermehn attack forced him and Quinlan to abandon their position in the tower, Dakkan immediately resolved to locate him although helping Lady Canid check the aviary was a more tactically sound action.[28][29]

Kenosh's betrayal of Clovis[30] stunned Dakkan until Quinlan was shot.[31] When Kenosh realized Dakkan was on the verge of being killed by Rathik, he reacted in fear and pled for his son's life.[32] Despite the necessity of a quick escape, Kenosh spoke to his son one last time. He told Dakkan this was the last time they would see each other and that he was proud of Dakkan no matter what happens.[33] Hugging his son, Kenosh told him how to treat Quinlan's wound and asked him to get to Sunsgrove as quickly as he could.[34] Kenosh leaves despite Dakkan's protests.[35]

Quinlan

He has little patience for Quinlan's naivete and lack of knowledge.[36] However, he still cares about Quinlan. Kenosh has shown an interest in Quinlan's personal life,[37] and has taken advantage of chances to develop Quinlan's leadership skills.[38]

When Quinlan was shot, Kenosh told Dakkan how to treat the injury.[39]

Hardin

He killed General Clovis to save Hardin's life,[40] forcing Kenosh to leave Deltrada Garrison with the Sratha-din.[41] Kenosh and Hardin have an unknown history. Kenosh was able to address Hardin by name mere minutes after encountering each other at Deltrada Garrison without an introduction,[42] and Kenosh got angry at Hardin for failing to wait.[43]

Clovis

Kenosh calls Clovis ruthless.[44] When meeting with Kenosh in Deltrada, Clovis calls him an old friend[45] although he is not above forcibly detaining the Sunsgrovian envoy for his own ends.[46] Kenosh and Clovis are constantly at odds while the envoy is at Deltrada,[47] and Kenosh has no patience for Clovis' doubletalk and deceptions.[48] They have some history, as evidenced by how Clovis addresses Kenosh and by Kenosh telling Clovis he won't take part in another slaughter.[49]

Caldus

Caldus and Kenosh were close friends.[50]

Skills

Kenosh is respected by all of the Four Kingdoms and their leaders[51] for his years of experience in combat both domestic and abroad.[52] He has traveled between Aisling and Sunsgrove enough to know that watching the thickness of the trees is the best way to tell when one has crossed the border.[53]

He is also a trained diplomat.[54]

He is skilled enough in combat to make the trip from Lutra to Terria with only one companion.[55] He has spent enough time in the wilds to know a reliable night watch in proper shifts is the best way to stay alert to danger.[56]

History

Backstory

Kenosh was taken as a prisoner of war during the Oran Uprising.[57] He was held prisoner for a while, until he just walked back into Lutra one day. He was greeted with a hero’s welcome, but the war had changed his personality.[58]

At some point, presumably during his time with the Ermehn, Kenosh came into contact with Hardin. They created some sort of agreement together, the details of which are unknown.[59]

Shortly after Kenosh returned from his time as an Ermehn prisoner, King Dabheid called him to Terria.[60]

Dakkan's mother died a couple years later.[61]

Kenosh has been in many battles and campaigns all over the Four Kingdoms.[62]

Kenosh tried to hide Dakkan’s phobia, but that didn’t work in the long term, so Kenosh ensured his son switched to a more appropriate weapon.[63]

Beyond the Western Deep: Chapter One

Audience with the King

Kenosh briefs Quinlan and King Dabheid on the burgeoning situation in Aisling.[64] The idea of helping the Canid fight the Ermehn upsets him, claiming that it would be mass-murder, but his rant is cut short by the King.[65] Standing down, Kenosh suggests an appeal to the Canid General Clovis at Deltrada Garrison to neutralize the situation, requesting that Quinlan accompany him to show the Canid a united front. [66] King Dabheid agrees, and then he and Kenosh leave the throne room together, discussing supplies for the journey. [67]

Adieu

That night the Land's End Tavern, Kenosh contributes to the conversation regarding Quinlan's confrontation with Crim,[68] and notes that their upcoming trip to Deltrada Garrison should not take long.[69] [70] He is in an unusually good mood, and is amused by some of his son's comments.[71] He drinks to Sunsgrove's prosperity with Janik, Dakkan and Quinlan.[72]

Beyond the Western Deep: Chapter Two

The Road to Deltrada

Kenosh leads the envoy.[73] When they pass the border, Kenosh tells Dakkan and Quinlan that they are both taking a watch that night. [74] Quinlan asks if it is really that dangerous here, and Kenosh replies that it can be after the trees start thinning. Kenosh takes the first watch.[75] At some point during the encounter with the bandits, and stealthily moves around behind the bandit holding his son hostage and surprises him.[76]

Argument

Kenosh let Quinlan choose what to do with the bandits,[77] because he wanted Quinlan to make his first tough choice[78] and Quinlan chose to let them go. When Dakkan says he thinks they should have turned the Ermehn in to the Canid, Kenosh disagrees.[79] When Dakkan claims the Ermehn got what was coming to them because of their horrible actions during the uprising, Kenosh replies that it was more of a massacre than an uprising.[80]

He tells them that before the Uprising, the Canid lied to Sunsgrove to get them to helping the Canid fight the Ermehn, and that Sunsgrove didn’t realize the truth until many innocent Ermehn were dead.[81] Kenosh adds that Sunsgrove helped destroy the Ermehn, but won’t shoulder the blame. Dakkan claims there’s too many stories for them all to be false, and that the past is in the past and they can’t worry about it. Kenosh points out they are on the brink of the third war resulting from their ancestor’s mistakes. Dakkan asks if Kenosh blames his ancestors for his war.[82]

Kenosh replies that he does, because they’ve done nothing to right those wrongs, and that inaction makes them guilty. Dakkan insists that they’ve done nothing wrong, and asks why he can’t just let the Ermehn suffer the results of their own actions. Kenosh loses his temper and goes to hit Dakkan, but restrains himself at the last moment and lowers his hand.[83] Kenosh tells his son they’ve all suffered for their ancestor’s mistakes. Kenosh begins to mention the things he’s seen, but trails off and apologizes to Quinlan for their debating.[84] Kenosh keeps walking.[85]

General Clovis

A couple days after the bandit incident,[86] the envoy approaches the walls of Deltrada Garrison. Kenosh reminds Quinlan how much power Clovis and Tosch have in Aisling, and warns Dakkan to behave himself due to the nonexistent Canid sense of humor.[87] Quinlan asks if there are two Generals, which Kenosh confirms. Quinlan starts to ask another question, but Kenosh cuts him off, saying that the Canid can hear them now.[88]

When they reach the gate, Dakkan removes a missive from Kenosh’s pack, which is looked over by a Canid guard before they are let in. Once inside, they see Canid soldiers training in the bailey.[89] As they walk through Deltrada, Quinlan comments that it’s like the war never ended here, to which Kenosh replies that it didn’t. The envoy finds General Clovis[90] critiquing the form of the Deltrada bowmen.[91]

Clovis greets Kenosh as an old friend.[92] Kenosh returns the greeting and Clovis notes that he hasn’t met Quinlan, who intoduces himself as Quinlan. Kenosh corrects him, informing Clovis that Quinlan is a Captain. Clovis tells an underling to ensure the archers finish their quiver and invites the envoy to walk with him.[93] Kenosh asks about General Tosch, and Clovis says Tosch has been delayed on the road from Arklow, and assures Kenosh that everything is fine. Clovis adds that this development may be for the best as Tosch doesn’t care for Sunsgrovians. He then asks Quinlan if Caldus has retired.[94]

Quinlan tells Clovis that Caldus has passed and was his grandfather. Clovis begins to express condolences, but sees one of his trainees using sloppy form.[95] Kenosh watches as Clovis corrects the trainee, upset by the General’s comment that Ermehn are savages.[96] Clovis returns to the envoy, and takes note of Dakkan. Kenosh introduces him to Clovis, then Kenosh tells Clovis they received word that the Ermehn conflict had escalated. Clovis tries to avoid the subject [97] but admits the Ermehn have increased their attacks on Canid Patrols in the Wastes, prompting Quinlan to ask what Canid Patrols are doing in Ermehn land. Clovis claims that while it is Ermehn land according to the Treaty of Cenolau, the reality is more complicated than that.[98]

Clovis goes on to say that the Ermehn should have been content with their lot, but since they keep fightng back, the Canid are only doing their part to keep them contained. Kenosh reminds Clovis that the Canid once lived in the wastes. Clovis acknowledges that, but says the Ermehn should have accepted their fate by now and that the Canid have the upper hand even though the Ermehn are showing some fight. Dakkan asks how the Ermehn pose a threat to the Canid.[99]

Clovis tells the envoy that the Canid have been hearing reports of a curious Ermehn tribe that’s been gaining strength over the past few months. Dakkan asks why one tribe is concerning. Irked, Clovis tells Dakkan that from the meaning of his name, it’s clear that Kenosh wanted a successor- but since Dakkan is along for experience at his age, he must be a disappointment to his father. Quinlan tries to confront Clovis[100] but Kenosh cuts him off. Clovis says his point is that names tell a lot- and the Ermehn tribe is called the Sratha-Din. Shocked, Kenosh repeats the name as it starts to storm.[101]

Diplomatic Differences

When the storm breaks, Kenosh follows Clovis inside the keep. Kenosh cuts Dakkan off when he starts to make a sarcastic comment about the General’s sense of humor, asking Clovis to continue what he was saying about the Sratha-din.Clovis tells them that the name “Sratha-din” means “Sratha’s Tribe” and that when the Ermehn ruled Aisling, Sratha the Warlord oppressed the Canid cruelly.[102]

Clovis leads them to an inner room and tells them that Sunsgrove’s intervention was the only thing that kept the Canid from being destroyed. Kenosh comments that it can’t be the same tribe, and Clovis agrees, saying hs ancestors killed Sratha in open combat.[103] Clovis decides he needs to attend to the campfire, and tells Captain Kenosh that since he’s spent time among the Ermehn, Clovis wants Kenosh to stay at Deltrada to help him fight the Ermehn. Kenosh tells Clovis that his cause is peace, and Clovis tells Kenosh that he must help the Canid keep it.[104]

Kenosh tells Clovis he won’t take part in another slaughter, but Clovis tells Kenosh that if they leave the garrison, it’s in defiance of the Treaty of Cenolau, and that they are required to lend aid. Clovis orders his soldiers to make the envoy comfortable, as they will be there for a while.[105]

Restrained by a Canid soldier’s spear haft, Kenosh tells Clovis that the Treaty does not allow the Canid to detain their allies, but Clovis insists the Sunsgrovians are beign retained to consult on this threat, and asks Kenosh why he wouldn’t want to share his knowledge with his sworn allies. Kenosh tells Clovis they’ll speak in the morning, and then return to Sunsgrove. Clovis dismisses his comment as he exits the keep.[106]

Time with the Ermehn

Kenosh sleeps in his armor while Quinlan and Dakkan talk about their imprisonment and the Oran Uprising.Dakkan tells Quinlan about the Oran Uprising, and reveals that Kenosh was captured by Ermehn near the end.[107] When the alarm bells ring, they awaken Kenosh, who recognizes them immediately.[108]

Getting out of bed and drawing his sword, Kenosh tells Quinlan and Dakkan to stay put while he goes to have a look. Dakkan protests, but Kenosh shouts at him, telling him it’s an order. Kenosh calms, and tells him the order is from his father. Kenosh exits the tower,[109] leaving his scabbard behind.[110]

From there, he went to help General Clovis regroup at the front gate.[111]

Finding Kenosh

Kenosh found Clovis. As Dakkan and Quinlan approach from the keep, Kenosh stops him from killing Hardin, telling Clovis that he cannot kill an unarmed combatant.[112]

Betrayal

Clovis tells Kenosh to remember his place as a guest in Clovis’ garrison, but Kenosh tells Clovis to remember his place as the general of a kingdom bound by the treaty like the other kingdoms. Clovis tells Kenosh to go home, and that he’s finished here.[113] Pushing past Kenosh, Clovis tells Hardin he’s finished too, but Kenosh shouts the General’s name and stabs him in the back before he can kill Hardin.[114]

Kenosh kills another Canid guard coming on the scene.[115] Kenosh is pulling his blade out of a Canid soldier when he hears Rathik ask Hardin if he can kill Dakkan. Kenosh reacts very strongly and asks Rathik not to hurt him.[116] He tells Hardin that Dakkan is his son, and Hardin orders Rathik to let Dakkan go. Kenosh takes a moment, then gets angry at Hardin and asks Hardin why he didn’t wait like he said he would.[117] Hardin tells Kenosh that it can’t be helped, and Kenosh will have to come with Hardin now. Kenosh looks at Clovis’ body and steps after Dakkan.[118]

Kenosh gets Dakkan’s attention, and tells Dakkan this is the last time Dakkan will see him.[119] Kenosh tells Dakkan that he’s proud of him, and repeats himself to make sure Dakkan understands him.[120] Kenosh hugs Dakkan and stands up. He tells Dakkan to keep pressure on Quinlan’s wound and get back to Sunsgrove as quickly as they can.[121] Ignoring Dakkan's protests, Kenosh turns away and joins the Ermehn as they run for the gate, and tersely tells Hardin that he was supposed to wait as they leave Deltrada Garrison.[122]

Chapter Three

Although the Canid have pursued the Sratha-din with patrols, they have not yet located Kenosh.[123]

Description

Underneath his emissary robe, Kenosh wears sharkskin armor and a long-sleeved blue shirt and pants. He has elbow-length black gloves and iron pauldrons.[124]

His normal gaze tends to have an air of menace to it.[125]

Appearances

References

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