Farkas has never felt more blessed in his life.
He and his wife had two beautiful, intelligent children who couldn’t be more different than night and day. Bold, outgoing and adventurous, their daughter Freya was born with the overwhelming desire for great heroics. Quiet and shy but incredibly smart, their young son Brandr’s yearning for adventure touches the eccentric in ways that have everyone in Whiterun talking.
He’s not normal; at least that’s what Vilkas says, and when his twin tries to convince Farkas that Bran is dabbling in the forbidden arcane arts his mother seems to encourage, Farkas refuses to believe him.
But Vilkas has proof, dark proof there’s no denying and it’s up to Farkas to determine how the situation should be dealt with.