The Bailiff of Namaran is a plain looking man in his late forties. He dresses in fine clothing befitting his office.
Emil wears a light but sturdy suit of leather armour when expecting trouble. He wields a masterwork longsword that was a gift from Lord Farling.
Emil is the Bailiff for Namaran, acting as the chief agent for Lord Farling. As his lordship has become more reclusive, Emil has had to take on increasing responsibility. His word is accepted as law in Namaran.
He lives in a well appointed house near the west gate of the village with his wife, eight children and three grandchildren.