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They had shoulder-length blond hair, were adorned in more ornate armor with a helmet, and wielded a morning star in battle.
When the adventuring party from Campaign 2 arrived in Alfield, Bryce was in their fourth year as watchmaster of Alfield. They had at one point spent three years in the west outer steads[spelling?] of Zadash, and it was from there that they had joined up with the crownsguard and sent to Bladegarden for training.
"The Open Road" (9x05) Edit
While exchanging volleys with the gnolls during the attack on Alfield, Watchmaster Bryce sustained injuries to their midsection and thigh area. Hunkered down behind a wall with four crownsguard, they received medical attention, cursing in pain through gritted teeth as bandages were applied to their wounds.
Seeing the party approaching, weapons out and able-bodied, Bryce recruited the party to dispatch the gnolls, promising compensation at a rate of 30 gold pieces per gnoll ear. After the battle, they paid the party for their aid and arranged for their night's lodging at the Feed and Mead Tavern, guaranteeing that their stay would be paid for as long as they were helping deal with the aftermath of the gnoll attack.
"The Howling Mines" (9x06) Edit
After discussing the events that led up to the gnoll attack and discussing information that they had acquired about the gnoll from research and scout reports, Watchmaster Bryce tasked the party to go out and save the people abducted during the attack. They offered to pay 25 gold pieces per survivor recovered, and 10 gold pieces[clarify] for each dead villager recovered for families to bury.
Watchmaster Bryce didn't like the "Dwendalian political bullshit"-type decisions that Starosta Kosh made in the aftermath of the gnoll attack.