||Hek de Mirn serves Donblas the Wise. He comes from the Bakshaanite countryside, and has never hidden from the deep contempt in which he holds the city.
This powerful priest of the Lord of Reflection and Judgment is an unsatisfied opportunist and fanatic. His intransigence and the few bonfires he managed to get the Council to accept made him the favorite of the hardest believers. The poorest people, those left behind, and the long cohort of "all those who are eternally fed up" see him as a providential man.
He constantly calls for reform, for cleaning up the mud in which Bakshaan wallows. He is the initiator of the youth day, and takes immense pride in it. He considers that the success that this day meets each year is a first step towards profound changes for the city.
This eternal discontented man has feared for a few years of having taken the wrong path by following the path of a less terrifying Lord of the Law than he wished. He tastes nothing as much as the fear that he can arouse by the highlighting of his power, and he secretly jealous the priests of Donblas the Legislator and of Arkyn more feared or more loved than those of his parish.He has little regard for Admons, whom he suspects of being lax.