Steward of the Rachetisse family manor in Carleon
A typically Montaigne servant with all the mores and tact of that wonderful nation. Identified as evil in alignment.
Introduced in Carleon, the Steward of the house acted generally suspiciously a day or two into the party’s stay in Carleon, and also planted a magical pin on “Big” Thom. Vanishing later that day, he was found by the manor’s staff in the evening, murdered, with the symbol of a serpent etched in his chest. A musketeer captain, Charles du Burgandy later confessed to the crime.