The Fate of Golden Antioch
Saracen power in the service of Bohemond
Kuhmin is by far the most secretive of the gifted folk in Bohemond’s service, arriving in the city one day and asking to be taken in. He has proved loyal since then, foiling one assasination attempt by a group of saracen assassins.
He speaks little, except to Bohemond and a few of the city guardsmen he has come to trust. Those in the city guard of the Islamic faith look upon him as an example, a tendancy which seems to make him uncomfortable.
Kuhmin’s powers are less flashy than most – he senses strong emotion, especially deception, and sometimes glimpses things yet to happen in cryptic dreams. He is also rumoured to be able to see better than any desert hawk, hence his nickname of Sahin – Turkish for Hawk.