Ruination of Azlant
Luetin Calewick joined the colony with the understanding that he would be an assistant
blacksmith for Talmandor’s Bounty. While not the most prestigious of roles, it was much needed, as there were only one smith and an apprentice of hers in the first wave of colonists. The three of them were intended to provide materials for 150 people in the middle of a construction boom. As fate would have it, Luetin has abruptly become the settlement’s only blacksmith − a fact that has gone quite a bit to his head.
On the journey to Ancorato, Luetin was friendly but definitely has a masculine perspective. He’s prone to sizing people up to determine their attitudes and opinions and either adjusting his own opinions and behavior to fit in, or using his differences with them as ammunition if they ever argue with him. Upon in Talmandor’s Bounty, the fact that he is the only blacksmith has only inflated his sense of self-importance.
In addition to a pair of children (a son and a daughter) he hopes to send for from back home, Luetwin signed up on the journey in the hopes of finding a new love in his life. Anya Sandstrider has been his woman of choice, but she has rebuffed him at every advance, often while paying attention to Harcourt. This only compounds Luetin’s dislike of Harcourt created from their fight over property rights, who is too self-absorbed to understand why.