Generations of Hawklins served in the Purple Dragons or adventured in service to the Crown of Cormyr. However, they achieved noble status relatively late compared to most other noble families. The Hawklins were ennobled by Azoun III.
In the 1360s DR, the then family head Barandos Hawklin was only the third generation of the family to be treated as nobility. Heading Crown-chartered adventuring companies, he had distinguished himself on adventurers in the Stonelands and Hullack Forest. He was a favorite at court thanks to his charm and wit.
Base of Operations
The family lacked estates and businesses that yielded an income, but rumors claimed the vaults of Hawklin House contained much wealth won or looted from adventuring as well as riches gained in rewards.
- Barandos Hawklin, family head in the 1360s DR.
- Lady Hawklin, who could not hold her wine in 1356 DR.
- Tenshorn Hawklin, younger brother of Barandos.
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