Aran is a young man from Bant. Aran is described to have faith and innate goodness.
History[edit | edit source]
Aran became Elspeth's loyal squire, when she took him into her service after the death of his parents. Not originally native to Valeron, Aran was with Elspeth when they saw the flying cathedral of the angels, the singular moment that Elspeth vowed to never leave Bant. Years later, Aran accompanied Elspeth on her journey to the Rhox monastery near Fort Dawnray. Approaching the monastery they saw blood splattered on the door. Aran first believed that bandits were the cause of this, but Elspeth discovered that a monk had killed his bretheren in the night. The boy proved his inate goodness by asking the angels to cleanse the monk's soul. After entering the monastery they were soon confronted by for the first time by Zombies from Grixis.
Much later Aran fell in the war against the beings from Grixis. Elspeth revived him, despite the many laws against such an act. He later awoke in a bed after being healed by a balmgiver. He then suggested that Elspeth should lead this war. However, the guilty planeswalker knew she had to leave the plane.
[edit | edit source]
- Jenna Helland, Brady Dommermuth, Doug Beyer et al. (May 7, 2009). "Honor Bound". magicthegathering.com. Wizards of the Coast.