Bjorn the Binder
Bjorn the Binder was a great Norse leader who led a conquering army through Eastern Europe in 1059AD. His name comes from his binding of the great white dragon, Yciedeth, to his will and using it to create a vast and powerful army. He waged war for 10 years, conquering country and after country throughout Europe. His conquest came to an end at the siege of Budapest, when Marebell Von Truiheim performed an incredibly powerful ritual that destroyed not only Bjorn’s army, but the whole city as well as the land for miles around it. This destruction is the cause of the The Great Hellscar.