Born with nobility Jagen has been bred with the finest teachings and training. Jagen’s family and culture has pressured him to hate what he does not understand, jehts. Jagen could not protect his wife against them. He found his wife brutally murdered by jehts. Stricken with grief, unable to slay the “demon” that did this to her, he puts up arms. Not in revenge for his wife but to defend anyone these creatures would come to harm. So he joins the ridders, Hasphal’s elite defenders, to protect the ones who need protecting.
But everything is not what it seems and Jagen’s morals tend to clash with the ideals of the ridders.
Jagen was raised by wealthy owners of an inn located in the town of Pekitzer. He lived a very privileged life and was exposed to some of the finer teachings in all of Hasphal. Jagen’s parents were so busy with the family business that they rarely had time for him. Because of that, Jagen indulged himself in education, religion and training. He grew to embrace the intricacies of strategy and war, and grew a passion for some of the more obscure and unpredictable weapons and fighting styles. Jagen became one of the most formidable tournament fighters in Pekitzer and was eventually recruited by the ridders. He declined initially, but years later volunteered after tragedy struck his life.