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Ardax
(Person)
Aliases The White-Hair
Titles Overlord
Alignment Neutral evil
Race/Species Orc
Class Barbarian 5 / Rogue 11
Gender Male
Homeland Urgir, Hold of Belkzen
Organization Empty Hand tribe

Source: Belkzen, Hold of the Orc Hordes, pg(s). 21

Ardax the White-Hair is a rare sight indeed in the Hold of Belkzen: a middle-aged orc. He is the current overlord of Urgir, having risen to this position in 4716 AR, after his predecessor Grask Uldeth was slain by a mysterious assassin; prior to that, he was Uldeth's chief advisor and majordomo, and handled most of the business that is deemed unworthy of the boss' personal attention. Unlike Uldeth before him, Ardax only controls the city, not his tribe, which has given him more time to coordinate improvements to Urgir itself, like the discovery of ancient dwarven weapon caches and a herd of rust monsters who now patrol the city.[1][2][3]

In 4719 AR, when the recently-freed Whispering Tyrant sought to recruit the orcs of Belkzen again like he did fifteen centuries before, Ardax mounted the envoys' heads on the walls of Urgir and later led the orcs to victory in the Battle of Nine Broken Skulls, when the Tyrant sent an undead army to subjugate them by force.[3]

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