The Stag Lord's Bandits

Seven of the Stag Lord's most trusted henchmen.


Ayles Megesen: Ayles is a soft-spoken man whose calm demeanor should not be taken for passivity—Ayles enjoys the act of torture the most among the bandits, and often spends hours after a fight “exploring” surviving victims

Cragger Kench: A former cutpurse, Cragger was beaten senseless by the Stag Lord for drinking a bottle of his liquor, and his injuries have left him a little dim-witted—although not so dim-witted as Auchs.

Dirty Jeb Megesen: Ayles’s younger brother, Dirty Jeb likes to think he got his nickname for his penchant for fighting dirty, when in fact the moniker stems from his aversion to hygiene.

Falgrim Sneeg: Falgrim Sneeg is an older Varisian with graying hair and an unruly beard. A former mercenary, he possesses an unnerving calm in the face of violence.

Fat Norry: Behind only Auchs in size, Fat Norry somehow never seems to lose weight despite the hard lives the bandits live. This rotund bandit is rarely seen without some sort of food clutched in a greasy hand.

Jex the Snitch: The least popular of the men but perhaps the Stag Lord’s favorite minion is this aptly-named man. His penchant for reporting the other bandits’ mistakes to the Stag Lord is sure to earn him a shallow grave before much longer.

Topper Red: Topper Red was a struggling street poet from the city of Pitax. He fled that city when an affair turned sour, and eventually joined the Stag Lord’s ranks while romanticizing the thrilling life of a lawless brigand.

The Stag Lord's Bandits

Pathfinder: Kingmaker Campaign Lunias