A fugitive from corrupt justice, his misfortune is certainly a clerical error.
Jask is a middle-aged, plain-looking Garundi man with hair starting to gray and watery eyes.
He wears masterwork studded leather armor and a masterwork short sword now that he is free, an improvement over what he previously owned at the time of his capture.
A prisoner loaded aboard in Corentyn, Captain Kovack sees to this taciturn human’s needs with curt courtesy, but insists he be left alone, sequestered in the ship’s brig.
Since the wreck, our heroes have released Jask from his bonds. They have learned that Jask was once employed by the Sargavan 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 all the way to Corentyn, where he 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.