Murder of Crows
Jamys is a big, heavy man in his early forties. He is just shy of being considered fat, and has a practical look of strength about him. His head is shaved bald, and he wears a shot, brown beard beginning to go gray. His blue eyes twinkle with intelligence and his voice is deep and resonant, like an actors at times. When he speaks everyone in the room turns to listen. He is dressed simply in tunic and vest, and wears a gold hoop in his left ear. A well horn dagger hangs from his belt, as well as a stout, metal reinforced cudgel hanging from a leather thong.
Jamys is the clever and connected master of the White Stoat Inn. He continually says he has “friend in high places” and intimates, rather openly, that these friends include the Earl of Tormau.