|POV Role||Will of Valhalla|
|Father||† Detrimund Jocic|
|Mother|| Public Mother
|Spouse|| First Wife
|Children|| True Born
Following the death of Myrcella Jocic it was Ebrimund who made a deal with Flemeth selling his soul of sorts to her so that Flemeth would intervene and bring her back to death but not as a normal human instead becoming the first Damphir. Following his rise to King of Pannonia it was Ebrimund who was forced by Flemeth to also become a Damphir and following this he has formed the Damphir Court around himself and his queens.
Ebrimund Jocic would be born the second child but first son of King Detrimund thus making him first in the line of succession to the Realm of Pannonia and House Jocic. Ebrimund Jocic would grow up within the walls if the town of Pannonia where growing up there he would spend much of his time in the Holy Temple of Malekor where he grew extremely well spoken in the words of Malekor and a devout member of the Chuch of Malekor. At the age of fourteen his mother would be publically executed after she became known as the spiritual leader of the Pannonian rebels and this would bring about the arrival of Flemeth into the court and upon her arrival Flemeth would begin to exert influence over Ebrimund pushing him further down the road of Chaos.
Ebrimund Jocic would be born the second child but first son of King Detrimund thus making him first in the line of succession to the Realm of Pannonia and House Jocic. In public his mother was seen to be the wife of the king in the form of Rula Jocic but in truth his birth was consieved through deception as Flemeth entered the court of Pannonia and slept with the king in the guise of Rula marking Ebrimund as a child of Flemeth and a half titan.
Ebrimund Jocic would grow up within the walls if the town of Pannonia where growing up there he would spend much of his time in the Holy Temple of Malekor where he grew extremely well spoken in the words of Malekor and a devout member of the Chuch of Malekor.
The Fourth Pannonian Civil War
Main Article : The Fourth Pannonian Civil War
| The Trial of Rula Jocic|
To think all of this death and destruction happened because you killed one peasant girl.
The Trial of Rula Jocic
Main Article : The Trial of Rula Jocic
Ivana Rurik would arrive in the Realm of Pannoria at the command of Flemeth and arriving there she would begin work manipulating King Detrimund Jocic into coming to the Korcani side of things, but also during this time she grew to have affection towards Detrimunds son Ebrimund. Detrimund Jocic would be tricked by Ivana Rurik into believing her lies in regards to the extent of the rebellion, and with this new belief it was Detrimund that commanded the imprisonment of hundreds in the capital including to the shock of everyone his own wife Rula.
Consequences of Lying
Following the trial of Rula it was the Inquisitors who brought in Elisa Jocic for interrogation and despite evidence proving that she was innocent they would prepare to torture her for information. By this point King Detrimund Jocic had become completely enthralled by Flemeth's work and was thus unwilling to intervene as his daughter Elisa was prepared for this torture. Welimund Jocic would become a major point of interest during the Pannonian Civil War as following the torture of Elisa Jocic it was Ebrimund who became a target of the loyalists and thus Welimund would be sent to the Great Temple of Malekor in the capital in order to be protected from what King Detrimund believed would be an attempt by the rebels to kill him.
| Assassination Attempt on Ebrimund Jocic|
Your father commanded me to kill you. Trouble is I don't want to kill you. I want to serve you.
Assassination Attempt on Ebrimund Jocic
Main Article : Assassination Attempt on Ebrimund Jocic
| The Massacre at Hintler's Hamlet|
To think all of this death and destruction happened because you killed one peasant girl.
Massacre at Hintler's Hamlet
Main Article : Massacre at Hintler's Hamlet
Following the start of the trial of Rula Jocic it was Detrimund Jocic that would move aggressively towards the plan set forth for him when he commanded the Inquisition of Malekor to move against his son Ebrimund. While the plans to kill Ebrimund were underway it was also Detrimund that would send an Inquisitor force to the small hamlet known as Hintler's Hamlet in order to kill a women who Detrimund knew was very important to Ebrimund in the form of Myrcella Jocic and her family, all of whom Detrimund believed might seek revenge if/when Ebrimund was killed. Flemeth learned about this attempt through the work of several of her agents in Pannonia and with Myrcella being turned into a Damphir one of the key parts of her plan to truly lock down the support of Ebrimund she went about delaying the Inquisitor attack on Hintler's Hamlet wanting the massacre to take place within a day of Ebrimund arrivals there so that she would still have time to raise Myrcella from death when Ebrimund arrived. After several weeks of delaying them through numerous different strategies she was tipped off to the success of Atria Catiana in Tangmershein and thus allowed the Inquisitor force to go to Hintler's Hamlet while at the same time dispatching her daughter Gotlinda Kamstra and her forces to enter Pannonia and prepare themselves near Hintler's Hamlet.
Ebrimund arrives at the outskirts of Hintlers Hamlet and seeing his smoke riding from the hamlet he races forward trying to get into the hamlet but is knocked off his horse after it takes an arrow and slain. The death of his horse causing him to fly off and without truly understanding he uses Magi to slow his fall and then begins running into the hamlet where he is horrified to find bodies lying all over the place including his father in law of whom has been mutilated. Running further he falls to his knees as he sees the dead body of his beloved Myrcella and cradling her in his arms he lets out a cry of anguish as he is surrounded by the Inquisitors Men. Cradling the body of Myrcella in his arms he sobs through the laughter of the Inquisitor men surrounding him, and continues to sob as Inquisitor Grenlen lies a sword next to his next and prepares to execute him. As the sword raises and prepares to swing Ebrimund and Myrcella are pulled into the Fade itself by Flemeth who Ebrimund recognizes as his mother who he believes was still at the Trial of Rula Jocic. Flemeth reveals that the women on trial is just an imposter that she put in place so that when the sham court of her husband and Ebrimund's father Detrimund had her executed she would not be killed, and alongside this Flemeth reveals the depths of what Detrimund is responsible for including the Massacre of Hintler's Hamlet and the subsequent death of Myrcella. After Flemeth presents her ultimatum to Ebrimund he agrees and in return for Flemeth resurrecting Myrcella Ebrimund allows Flemeth to give him a piece of her power of which she does by uplifting him into something akin to a minor Man God. Having given him the power that she had long desired to hive him it was Flemeth that would pull back the soul of Myrcella into her fallen body and repairing the wounds to her flesh she used the spell she had crafted and turned the now returned Myrcella into the first Damphir. Ebrimund can feel that he has changed, but Flemeth councils him that at this moment his power while extremely powerful will not be something he can control without help and so she gives both Ebrimund and Myrcella powerful armor and weapons and tells them to deal with the Inquisitors present.
Ebrimund and Myrcella leave the Fade and find themselves back in the real world where no time appears to have passed, and thus having moved positions they cut there way into the group of Inquisitor soldiers killing several before they can even react to the ambush, but as the fight truly begins Myrcella is visibly faster then all the others and cuts them down one after another until only Inquisitor Grenlen is left and he falls to his knees begging for mercy. As Myrcella prepares to kill him it is Flemeth and a man who appear from the Fade and interrupt telling Myrcella what she already knew from the fight in that she is no longer only human but is now something more and call her the first of the Damphir. After explaining to her the effects of her being a Damphir they show her how to steal the essence of Inquisitor Grenlen who is held still by Ebrimund as Myrcella overcome with her desire for his soul uses her powers to pull Grenlen's soul from his body and without his soul Grenlen stands up becoming the first of the Pariah. With this done Flemeth disappears leaving just the man behind but he excuses himself alongside Grelen who is now little more then a husk of a person following their commands to leave them as Ebrimund joins Myrcella in finding her family amidst the ruins of Hintlers Hamlet.