Everto de Ivalice Redux
Robert Malfords creepy son
Johnny has always been a bit forceful with the ladies. He lacked tact and was always a bit agressive. There have even been a few times when travelling peasant women accused him of assaulting them. The word of a poor wayward traveller against the son of the most important business ower in town doesn’t hold much wieght. These accusations always tended to go away, and he knew better than to bother travelling nobility.
When the Garter got an attractive young singer Johnny couldn’t help himself, even though his dad repeatedly told him to stay away.
No one in the town is exatly sure what happened that night, only that it ended with Johnny dead, Eilidh in the wind, and the till emptied.