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Eanbhert (died 873), also known as The Vellum, was a ranking member of the Order of the Ancients' Wardens of Law sect, holding the title, Preost. He resided in a house overgrown with vegetation near the dock in Glowecestre, Glowecestrescire.

Biography

Growing up, Eanbhert was a meticulous man, carefully checking over his work. Skilled as a scribe, he came to find certain documents, which entailed of a secret order that existed in England. He went to seek them out and was soon inducted into the Order himself. His precision gave him a fruitful advantage as he soon achieved the rank, Preost, and he was given the very hardest tasks, which were accomplished cautiously.[1]

The Viking shieldmaiden Eivor Varinsdottir learned of a clue, which gave the title, The Vellum. This clue led Eivor to investigate the fort in Thieves' Warren, in Glowecestrescire, as The Vellum's business was mentioned to be in its vicinity. Within her investigation, Eivor discovered a hut in the area with a corpse and a note on top of a counter. This clue divulged the location and true identity of The Vellum: Eanbhert. The location was a house in the county that was covered by overgrown nature near the dock in Glowecestre, Glowecestrescire. Finding a way within his locked house, Eivor assassinated Eanhbert and ended his influence in the region.[1]

After his death, Eivor found yet another clue from his personal effects, leading her to the identity of another Order member, The Dart. The first of two clues led Eivor needing to investigate the ruined tower east of Caustow Castle near the southwestern border of Sciropescire.

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