Varinshold’s Criminal Fraternity
One Eye is a powerful man, whose strength is evident in the knotted muscle of his arms and the hard angular lines of his face, a face with only one eye. The empty socket is filled with a smooth black stone. He becomes an increasingly vicious gang leader after losing his eye. His men are willing to die for him, and fear him even more than the brothers of the Sixth Order.
Hunsil starts off as the leader of a gang of child pickpockets, including Frentis. Each month the children must give him five coppers, or risk a beating. Frentis is behind on his payments to Hunsil, and fearing another beating, he tries to kill him with a throwing knife. Frentis hits him with a fine shot, but Hunsil survives the attack, though he loses his eye. Hunsil vows vengrence on Frentis says he’ll take a year to skin him alive when he finds him. He is known from this time on only as One Eye. Over the years, One Eye rises to become the overall leader of Varinshold’s criminal fraternity. He becomes more and more vicious killing people who refuse to pay him.
One Eye learns that Frentis has joined the Sixth Order, and therefore out of his reach for now. But, when it comes time for Frentis's Test of the Wild, he arranges for him to be taken hostage. One Eye takes him to some kind of abandoned temple to the mysterious and supposedly defunct Seventh Order of the Faith, the Order of the Dark. He tortures Frentis, tattooing his torso with scars. During the torture One Eye keeps repeating “The One Who Waits will destroy your precious Order”. However, Barkus, Vaelin, Nortah, Caenis and Dentos track him there, thanks to Scratch, the Volarian slave-hounds. The outlaw One Eye makes a wall of fire using Dark power, but Caenis recognises it as fake, and leaps through the flame and kills him.
It is revealed that nearing death after Frentis took his eye and possessed with more than enough malice, One Eye was possessed by one of the One Who Waits allies. This allowed him to wield the power of the Dark, amplified by the killing of men; hence the corpses in the abandoned temple to the Seventh Order.