Journeyman blacksmith at the Red Anvil Smithy in Combe.
|Residence||The Red Anvil with his betrothed, Ellie Statler. Once a week, typically on Sundays, he returns home a little ways away.|
Born the youngest of the four children of Dick and Bertha Forester, Hudd was predestined for apprenticeship. Hugh, the eldest, was set to inherit. Art, the second, joined the Watch. Caitlin struck out towards Trestlebridge, discontent with her family and the state of Combe. Thus Hudd was sent to be an apprentice of the blacksmith Robb Statler at a tender age. Growing up alongside his middle child, Ellie Statler, and soon joined by Master Statler's second apprentice, Ford Hornbranch, he became an excellent blacksmith, consumate and precise.
Since the untimely death of Robb Statler, Hudd has long completed his apprenticeship, but maintains his position underneath his old friend (and occasional rival) Ellie, and is on weekdays often found either at the Statler's smithy, the Red Anvil, or the Comb & Wattle enjoying a mug.
A number in Combe, yet he is closest with those he grew up with at Red Anvil: his beloved, Ellie Statler and (until his recent disappearance) Ford Hornbranch. He is fond of Lyn Woodman, Ellie's cousin whom he sees as the little sister he never had.
The Forester family: His father Dick, his mother Bertha, and his older siblings Hugh, Art, and Caitlin.
• The way sunlight streams through the Statler residence's windows in the morning
• His struggles with literacy
To make his mark on the world and to live a life worthy of song, if his stars would so let him.
"Bloody hell, Hudd, have some tact."
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