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Shortly after Emperor Marcus Aurelius came to power, the Hidden Ones made motions towards him to broker peace in the region. In 164, Aurelius agreed to cease hostilities and retreat south from the Antonine Wall to the more easily defensible Hadrian's Wall. Although the Hidden Ones trusted Aurelius to abide by the deal, they sent Eghan to oversee the retreat in order to verify that Aurelius kept his word.
Seven centuries later, the report of Eghan's successful mission was recovered by the Viking shieldmaiden Eivor Varinsdottir of the Raven Clan as she explored the Roman ruins of a Hidden Ones bureau in Leicester.
- Eghan is a name of Celtic origin, meaning "ardent".
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