||He is a mysterious wandering minstrel from the south who speaks excellent Balazaring with an Elkoi accent. He will talk of all things but himself and usually earns his keep by singing songs and reciting epics. He is dressed in princely clothing that is showing signs of wear and discreet patching.
He is young, not more than 19 years old, but seems experienced beyond his age. Errap is slight of build, which tends to isguise his strength. If aplayer character is familiar with at least two members of the ruling house of Elkoi and they make a successful Spot Hidden roll when around Errap, then the player character has noticed a similarity between Errap and the king’s family. For you see, Errap Barbacon is King Glyptus the Good’s youngest son, Eraphion, who ran away as a child. Eraphion joined a player troupe and eventually became an initiate of their god Donandar. He has come north again to visit his homeland, see his family (whether or not they know him), and pick up information and local legends. Both can mean money to him once he returns south.
The only adventure that interests Errap is the amorous kind. He has heard tales of King Skilfil of Dykene’s concubines and would like to try one or two of them, if only for a night.
Errap will know 1D20 rumors. He is willing to sell these for 1D4 x 100 L each. See the Rumors section in the Information chapter.