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Hiram was greatly honored when King Solomon chose him as the chief architect and master of works at the construction of his temple. He had worked diligently and with purpose and now the temple was nearing completion, but tragedy awaited him on the eve of his greatest achievement....
Hiram raised himself from the chair that sat next to his workbench, his eyes weary and barely able to focus on the schematics and drawings that filled it. He doused the candle and left the darkened room for no further work would be accomplished this night. As he left the temple, three shadows silently followed. A short distance from the temple, in one of the many narrow streets of the city, the shadows revealed themselves.
Standing before Hiram were three workmen, tools in hand and ill intent in their hearts. One of the men demanded he divulge the secrets of a master mason. Hiram refused, and the man struck him down with his tool. Hiram rose, only to be challenged by the second man who also demanded the secrets. Again Hiram refused and again he was struck down.
As Hiram rose, the last man challenged him, threatening to kill Hiram should he refuse a third time. Hiram offered no secrets to his attacker, even at the cost of his own life. The men took his body outside the city and hid it beneath a pile of rocks, thinking they buried Hiram's secrets with him.....
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The Widow's Son
Ancient / Epic Heroes / Commoner / Man
0 common, 3 secret, 0 elite, 0 henchmen
Allies within 1/2 their Respect Aura of Hiram cannot switch sides. (25 survival, 20 ranged, 25 adventure)
After Hiram's death, draw three Secret Cards and place them in your Vault. (20 adventure)
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