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==Durance==
 
==Durance==
   
Little is known of Father Forthill's Durance or the tasks he was forced to perform while there.
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Little is known of Father Forthill's Durance or the tasks he was forced to perform while there, but it must be fairly harsh as he is possessed with a firm conviction that Arcadia is Hell itself and that all of the Lost are demonic in nature.
   
 
==Life in the Empire==
 
==Life in the Empire==
   
Father Forthill is a trusted and much-respected figure among Catholics in the Empire. His sermons collect the most prominent of Catholic Changelings, including [[Queen Mary]], [[The Crone]] and other citizens of note.
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Father Forthill is a trusted and much-respected figure among Catholics in the Empire, though according to former motley-mate [[Mrs. Constance George]] he wasn't always a Catholic. His sermons collect the most prominent of Catholic Changelings, including [[Queen Mary]], [[The Crone]] and other citizens of note. His membership in the Court of Spring is inspired seemingly by his belief that his changeling nature is demonic in origins.
 
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[[Category:Spring Court]]
 
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[[Category:Oger]]

Revision as of 18:23, 8 November 2010

Citizen of the White Tower
Forthill.jpg
Father Forthill

Seeming

Ogre

Kith

Unknown

Court

Spring

Freehold

The Empire of the White Tower

Keeper

Unknown

Entitlement

None

Father Forthill is a noted Spring Courtier and ordained Catholic priest whose ministry is in a small cathedral near Hyde Park.

Mortal Life

Little is known of Father Forthill's mortal life. It is unknown if he became a priest before or after his abduction.

Durance

Little is known of Father Forthill's Durance or the tasks he was forced to perform while there, but it must be fairly harsh as he is possessed with a firm conviction that Arcadia is Hell itself and that all of the Lost are demonic in nature.

Life in the Empire

Father Forthill is a trusted and much-respected figure among Catholics in the Empire, though according to former motley-mate Mrs. Constance George he wasn't always a Catholic. His sermons collect the most prominent of Catholic Changelings, including Queen Mary, The Crone and other citizens of note. His membership in the Court of Spring is inspired seemingly by his belief that his changeling nature is demonic in origins.