Count Kraestomb was a former Lord of Kolyma, and father of Caldaur. He once spoke out openly against the Church of the Faith's control of the common people. He spoke of a need for change, chiefly regarding the education of the common people. The church argued that the "simple people" were of the land, and knew their rightful place, and thus their path was secure.
Caldaur was Kraestomb's heir, and became the new count upon his death. He died in 1603.
"Count Kraestromb" b. 1543 d. 1603
Behind the scenesEdit
Kraestromb is an anagram of Bram Stoker (the writer of Dracula).