Species : Human. Occupation : marshal (since 85 YA), duke of Galdveldt (since 90 YA).
Date of birth : 48 YA, Galdveldt.
Son of Gjorvald. Tarik studied in Fellborg, then worked at the Galdveldt mansion where his father's office was. Tarik became duke of Galdveldt when his father died.
Chapter 074 : Tarik's grandfather calls him to tell him the throne of Akurheim belongs to him.
Chapter 077 : Tarik has found his way into the abbey's archive alone, and searches for Karven's armour.
Chapter 083 : Tarik returns to the abbey, after making sure no one will disturb him, and finds something.
Chapter 092 : As Gethin reports on the mission in the Highlands, Tarik realises it might have done more harm than good.
Chapter 096 : With the death of his father, Tarik becomes duke of Galdveldt.
Chapter 097 : Tarik interviews Vardissa, and sees in her a good candidate to help further his political goals.
Chapter 098 : Tarik shows Vardissa his office, and explains some of the work she's expected to do for him.
Chapter 106 : Tarik returns to the abbey where he learns about Micas' pendant, which he steals.
Chapter 107 : Tarik shares some of his finds with Unnhild and Vardissa, but keeps the notebooks secret.
Chapter 112 : Unnhild's report causes Tarik to speed up his plans, sending his sister east and out of the way.
Chapter 113 : Tarik brings several of the mansion personnel with him to an ancient guard tower in Gaedswolde.
Chapter 114 : Tarik invites Hiovenalis to the tower, who oversees some of the experiments.
Chapter 116 : Tarik must deal with Hiovenalis' impatience, reminding the magician who is in charge.
Chapter 118 : Tarik keeps coming back to the guard tower to continue the work there.
Chapter 120 : Tarik decides to task Gethin with searching for the remaining notebooks.
Chapter 125 : Tarik suspects the Ca'anian from the Highlands, including Loughlin took revenge on Gethin.
A hi-res portrait of Tarik in the Fellborg abbey can be found at my Deviantart page.
A hi-res portrait of Tarik in his secret base can be found at my Deviantart page.
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