Hamish Culhane joined the priesthood at a young age, becoming a member of the Ranulphites - the holy healers of St. Ranulphus. He quickly rose through the ranks. Culhane met a young Flavius Franciscus at the battle of the great stone bridge. The two fought together and became lifelong friends. It was Culhane who accompanied Flavius on his quest for the legendary holy sword Deus Irae and the battle with the dragon at Kilravock. Culhane was the architect of the new Grand Cathedral at Kilravock and, after the battle of Invercaldy Pass, was appointed bishop of Loftewicke with the rank of Tertius.