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The Siege of AroughsEdit
Nasuada stated to Roran that she had given Brigman command of a thousand men at Aroughs and that only eight hundred were still fit enough to fight. He did not take kindly to Roran's appointment as commander, ultimately committing near-insubordination. Roran stripped him of his remaining powers and confined him to his tent. However, when Roran was shot in the back with an arrow during the siege, it was Brigman who saved his life by cauterising the wound. Brigman then took over while Roran recovered. In gratitude, Roran appointed him as his replacement.