Councilor of: the Hunt
Occupation in Nevalia: The Royal Biologist and Botanist
Biography: Quite ironically, Henry was never really interested in hunting. He was raised solely by his father in a very rural area. His father, a very poor man, was a master at making snares, nets, and a variety of other traps. He taught this skill to his son, who discovered his true calling after attempting to catch a rabbit, but instead deciding to watch it for hours, observing its behavior. He also passed on his knowledge of medicinal herbs, and the many useful plants of the wilderness.*
Upon reaching his mid-teens, Henry decided he wanted to further his education to more than that of a forest-dwelling peasant. He would make runs almost daily to the nearby Capitol to sell specimines of flora and fauna to some scholars there. When he finally scraped enough cash together, he was able to pay for a mediocre education, but that was enough to get his talents recognized by a larger school, to which he was offered a full scholarship.*
He quickly passed through the classes, eventually graduating well before his peers, a feat he attributed in part to his father's teachings. The book he wrote on the region's plants and animals caught the attention of one of the King's assistants, who offered him the job he had before leaving.*
Once he got to this new world, he decided, he would separate the hunters in to groups. Those that hunt traditionally, and those who would use his father's trapping methods. Perhaps he could even bring back some of the live specimines from the snares or do an autopsy on on of the dead ones to study their weaknesses, or possibly even work with the Councilor of the Land on possibly domestication.*
Though sometimes doubting himself about being a leader because of his age, he knows that his wit and skills will make him a great addition to the settlement.