"Careful not to hit the crazy little woman with the staff."
Tales from the reindeer herding tribes of the Solid Sea tell of a one-eyed woman who lives in a migratory house that wanders around the arctic wastes on chicken legs. It is said she rules the fates, and that she will carry away children who annoy their parents to tell them too many stories before bedtime. Those children are never seen again. It sounds like a faerie tale concocted by parents desperate for their kids to go to sleep. But there is some truth to the story. Birta the Bane was one of the first Vikings to befriend Dragons. She was the apprentice to the Godhi of a small village that was wiped out by the Scourge of Odin, a deadly sickness that once plagued the people of the Barbaric Archipelago. The lone survivor, she found herself alone and traumatized in the frozen wastes of the north. Nobody cared for her and she went wild, alone in the wilderness. On the third week of her wildness, she stumbled upon some Dragon Hunters cornering a Zipplewraith hatchling with the intent to sell it into a life of slavery. Birta surprised the Dragon Hunters by leaping upon them with her knife, and rescued the young Dragon. The two of them became inseparable, hunting and fishing for each other, protecting against dangers, and hiding from Dragon Hunters in the Ice filled corners of the Solid Sea.
When the Zipplewraith grew to adult size, he was so huge that Birta was able to build a house-like bark on top of it. This strange vision, seen from a distance, looks exactly like a house on chicken legs. And so the legend of Baba - Birta was born. She roamed the Arctic wastes with her Dragon for decades before finally succumbing to the ravages of time. Her long lived Dragon survives. The house may be long gone, but he’s never forgotten his one time companion, proving himself one of the longest memories and loyal Dragons Fishlegs has ever heard of.
Dragon Power levels may not be 100% accurate for every user due to varying times of ability increase. Levels added are only an approximation. The amount of fish may also vary slightly depending on the dragons used.