Bernard d’Homme Nouveau

An artist's depiction of Bernard d Homme Nouveau

A member of the Knights Hospitaller of the Australian Order and a rumoured spy for 1151, Bernard d’Homme Nouveau was a famous figure in the late 15th and early 16th century. Considered one of the architects of early relations between the indigenous tribes of Cascadia and the Empire of Australia, Bernard d’Homme Nouveau was a poly-linguist who gained the respect and admiration of many local chiefs during his time in Cascadia. Ultimately, d’Homme Nouveau renounced his affiliation with the Knights and joined the Clackamas tribe, marrying the daughter of a prominent figure in the tribe. He lived for many years in Cascadia and was ultimately killed by likely murder by poisoning at the hands of his former colleagues in 1151.

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