Father: Count Corvan Longsfeer (Deceased)
Mother: Countess Daniella Longsfeer
Older Brother: The Earl of Baywhick Jacob Longsfeer
Younger Sister: Lady Emil Longsfeer
The second son of Count Corvan Longsfeer, Dalvin grew up as nobility in the city of Baywhick. When he was eight years old, Dalvin was sent to squire for Sir Jacob Dumont, a longtime friend of his father. At age 15 his father fell ill with the Red Worm fever that ravaged the eastern coast. Though he held out for a time his father would eventually fall to the fatal disease.
After squiring under Sir Jacob Dumont for many years, Dalvin was knighted at age 17. By age 20 he was properly introduced to Sir Gareth Marshall and became great friends with the soon to be iconic knight. As their accomplishments on the battlefield grew, both Sir Dalvin and Sir Arthur would be honored by joining the prestigious Kings Blade and later the Royal Shield.
At age 30 Dalvin was commanded to bring his mentor, Sir Jacob Dumont, to justice before the King for his acts of treason. Dalvin refused the King's order for he believed Sir Jacob was innocent of the allegations. Dalvin was originally sentenced to death before Sir Gareth was able to prove Jacob's innocents to the King's Court. Dalvin was still punished for refusing the king's request and stripped of his title and land. He along with Jacob (who denounced his title) headed south to Three Warden where Dalvin fell into a drunken depression. It wasn't until he met a sellsword by the name of Darius Bennet who pulled him out his drunken ditch and gave him a new purpose as a sellsword. As the years passed, Darius would die in battle leaving Dalvin to lead a splinter group of sellswords.