A GOBBER OF AWESOMENESS!!!! FEAR HIM!
Small, young gobber from a large family.
Demonstrated an aptitude for machanika as a child. Often times “fixing” things behind his father’s back at his shop. Earned the names Kan and Uladar from his community for his work.
While he never got a chance to work on them, he loved watching his father work on the machines and even learned some little tricks to coaxing the machines and engines
Became a full-time employee with his father at the age of 12. His work ranged from complex machinka, steamengines, to simple repairs. Around the age of 14, he began to grow bored of his father’s workshop.
Exactly 3 months after his 15th birthday, he had finally saved enough money to purchase his own wrench. He “borrowed” discarded parts from his father’s workshop and began making a backpack for the day that he could no longer stand working at the shop and would leave to see what else the world had to offer him.