In the Wake
Hasturian House of Free Engineers
The Hasturian House of Free Engineers formed in the year 706 AC during the aftermath of the Chainbreaking.
Unlike fellow slave groups like the Quarrymen or Masons, the Engineers enjoyed relative freedom and, while not luxurious, their lives were at least comfortable. In fact, many engineers were initially against the Chainbreaking movement, but, in the end, their less affluent brethren prevailed.
Seeing that progress, in this instance, could not be stopped, the most respected among the engineers convened a meeting which resulted in the formation of what would soon become known as the Hasturian House of Free Engineers.