Human Cleric of Nethys, dark-skinned w/black dreads and beard,
A prison loaded aboard in Corentyn, Captain Kovack sees to this taciturn human’s needs with curt courtesy, but insists he be left alone, sequestered in the ship’s brig. Found with the other passengers, seemingly carried up on the beach. Upon the return from Jenivere’s wreckage there was a small debate which ended with one of the keys found on the ship being used to free Jask from his manacles. Jask insists that he was wrongfully incriminated, and that in fact he had uncovered evidence of dirty deals between his superiors in the Sargavan government and the regional priate lords, and upon reporting such, was framed with the very crime by his superiors. Although at first distressed that the PC’s didn’t trust him, he seems delighted to be free and has offered his services as a spellcaster to the party upon return of his holy symbol (of Nethys) and spell components. He also tells the party of the Brine Demon, a ship captained by Avret Kinkarian, which supposedly crashed on this island, and may hold evidence of Jask’s innocence, as Avret was one of Jask’s superior’s contacts to the pirate lords.