Broderic Qotten
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Broderic Qotten
Biographical Information
Location of Birth Lindblum
Date of Birth 1306 NS
Home Jaress
Alias(es) ?
Title(s) ?
Physical Description
Race Human
Gender Male
Hair Color White
Eye Color Brown
Family Information
Family Members Katharine Qotten (wife)
Harold Qotten (brother)
George Qotten (brother)
Affiliations
Occupation Antiquarian
Loyalty ?

Dr. Broderic Qotten is a Fainish archaeologist best known for his explorations of Sh'imti ruins. He is a member of the Compass Society and has published a book of his findings of the Shi'imti Empire, The History and Lives of the Shi'imti People as told from the Cualli Tablet and Findings Throughout the Eight Great Cities of Shi'im.

Broderic Qotten is the son of a clergymen, and is eldest brother to Harold Qotten and George Qotten. He was born in Lindblum and educated at the University of Jaress. He was interested in ancient ruins from a young age. Qotten married Katharine Qotten (Keeling), who was born in Ilefain to Vathroni parents and had previously been married to a Vathroni soldier.

He has amassed a library in which the documents rivals the royal manuscript collections.

He has been in trouble with Fainish law several times due to his outspoken anti-royalist views as well as his open criticism of organized religion.

Biography


Early life

University of Jaress and religious pilgrimage

Thwarted romance

Compass Society

Library


Writings


  • The History and Lives of the Shi'imti People as told from the Cualli Tablet and Findings Throughout the Eight Great Cities of Shi'im
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