Clarifications and Additions submitted by Aengoth Starbreaker.
This is my personal recounting of details I observed as important in my long time with the clan since the days of Asulon. Keep in mind I am often known for my fading in and out of society so there are parts I cannot comment on. -Aengoth
Chapter 5: While Kazraden Starbreaker did fade out he left with the clan a religious fervor and specific doctrine that never died out and was a large part of the volatile nature that distinguished Starbreakers from the other clans.
Chapter 7: Near the end of this period Dared Starbreaker emerged as student primarily to Farren Starbreaker as he was groomed to take on the leadership of the Blacksmiths and potentially the Clan. Aengoth was known to be severely injured at the Battle of the Bridge in which his loyalty was torn between the Humans of Oren whom he'd helped in advisory roles and his kinsmen of Urguan, the later of whom he fought beside resulting losing his right eye.
The end of Asulon was a rather difficult time for us, Farren and I were quite close and his fading away was what I considered one of the greatest loses our clan suffered.
Chapter 8: Dagor Starbreaker found himself within the Starbreaker fold during this time and began his career in the dwarven military. He was known to be unruly in his early years and had sparked a rather violent grudge between himself and Dared. This feud would never die throughout the history of the Starbreakers. The clan was noted for its volatile behavior with Dared and Dagor feuding one another while Aengoth would abuse the two while maintaining a semblance of unity.
I look upon these years fondly. We were a chaotic bunch and we nearly killed one another half a dozen times yet we enjoyed it with wild abandon.
Chapter 11: Aengoth's return to society brought a rift to the Starbreaker clan as Dared Starbreaker sought to have Dagor Starbreaker usurped of Clan Father. Dagor and Yeulf banished Dared Starbreaker which then in turn led to Aengoth protesting by going into self imposed exile. Yeulf then betrayed the clan leaving it with Dagor still clan father yet all of his kin estranged.
To clarify this was in large part due to the rift between Dared and Dagor that had only grown in my absence. I never sought to retake the clan after just returning and I was infuriated by the banishment and betrayal of kin. While we were known to go to drastic means to get our way, such as Dared's endorsement of the Ironborn for the purpose of ending the reign of Fimlin Grandaxe, we had never before in my time had our internal feuding actively destroy our ability to work together. This internal feud along with the betrayal of Yeulf is what I regard as the final blow that fell the clan I was raised in since Asulon.
Additional Notes: I've only ever been treasonous not heretical. Both of the ancient Hammers are in my possession.