The Most Interesting Man in the World

Nemet Hesingwary is a very interesting character. He has seemed to have conquered the Mwangi jungle (at least his own little section). I can only imagine how difficult it was for him to get up and running before he built his tree fortress. How brave he must have been to set out on his own to live in the jungle. How deadly he must be to hold the denizens of the jungle at bay.

I admire his courage and freedom he has living on his own in the Mwangi, but what I admire most about him is the fact that he hasn’t seemed to lose his friendliness and graciousness. He seemed threatening to us at first but as soon as we revealed ourselves he welcomed us up with open arms and invited us to drink his brew and at his food. Many of my compatriots seemed very rude by eating their own food instead of the delicious cooked meat he offered us. He even shared information with us about the surrounding area, he said there is an iron mine not too far from his home and shared the location of the salt mine that we had discovered earlier.

He let us stay the night in his tree fortress and I don’t mind saying it was the most peaceful sleep I have had since we entered the jungle. In the morning he fixed us all breakfast, though again many of my fellows ate their own food, when we left he even had a slide to leave his fortress. He said to stop by anytime we were in the area.

He met with our caravan also and did some trading for some new weapons, and seems to be an excellent fellow every way around.

The Most Interesting Man in the World

The Empire Cidwin JacksonL