The Whaler

Arthur Burke served as a harpooner on an English whaling ship before he was forced to flee the United Kingdom after an incident that left three sailors horribly mutilated.

In an effort to escape his pursuers, Burke had to lie low and make his way to the chaotic western front of the war as barbaric men like him were always in demand in these parts by the various mercenary corps.

Most merc captains are indifferent to past crimes, they are only looking for results and Mr Burke managed to make a name of himself as a cut-throat who’s not afraid to get his hands bloody.


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