(p 62) Dark-skinned, short, cropped hair, and clean-shaven
He begins his encounter with the PCs shackled and wearing ragged clothes. But giddy because he’s relieved that he’s not going to Sargava to face trial/certain imprisonment.
He is curious and eager, especially when presented with new knowledge, and honest to a fault.
Jask was once employed by the Magnimar government, but
when he uncovered evidence of corruption
involving illicit deals with the Free Captains of The Shackles:, Jask confronted his superior, only to be betrayed and framed for the same crimes.
Faced with imprisonment, Jask fled and lived a
modest life as a scribe for a decade.
He’d thought his enemies in Sargava
had forgotten him, but then a Sargavan
agent caught up with him and put him in
irons. The agent handed Jask over to the
captain of the Jenivere with instructions
to return Jask to Sargava for trial, but the
captain disappeared during the shipwreck,
leaving Jask alive but bound
After his time on Smuggler’s shiv, he now travels with the party under the guise of Albert, Sir Julianos Montebank’s squire.