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Nevyn is a traveling herbman-- an apothecary-physician who practices herbal medicine. He is also a powerful sorcerer known as the Master of Aethyr.
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In his youth, he was Galrion, a prince of Deverry, but was stripped of that name along with all his rank and titles. His new name, Nevyn, means "no one" in the language of Deverry. When his selfish actions resulted in the death of Brangwen, his betrothed and a woman with the potential to be a great sorceress, Nevyn swore "not to rest" until he set things right. Because his oath was accepted by the Great Ones, Nevyn was actually incapable of dying until he fulfilled it. To set things right he need to find the reincarnated soul of Brangwen and teach her dweomer.
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His father, King Adoryc was High King of Deverry (in 643). Nevyn was a younger son, and his father expected him to behave as a prince. When Nevyn decided to study dweomer his father disowned him, stripped him of name and rank and gave him the name Nevyn.
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