“Take the flank, think smart not hard…”
Kingfisher was raised in Nova Scotia Canada to a family of fishermen. Growing up Kingfisher worked for trading rings on the streets of Halifax. Kingfisher raised enough capital to buy a fishing vessel of his own when he was 17 years old.
Kingfisher scrounged the docks to find dim-witted, burly men to do his work for him. Eventually, Kingfisher had amassed a substantial fleet and expanded his territory down the east coast to Maine and Massachusetts. Leading a trip down the treacherous coast Kingfisher was caught in a storm stranding him on a small island chain.
Several weeks later his journal was found and has been known as the “Entries From a Dead Man“, one of Boston’s unsolved and more mysterious cases.
CALL TO ARMS – Give an ally +1 action this turn 2 tile range
Cpt. Kingfisher blows his trumpet instilling vigor in his troops. Motivated by the call a single islander gains an additional action this turn. This ability can exceed the islander’s maximum actions.
Line of sight is required.