He was known for his theories on the use of chariots in ancient Naptesh, claiming that their use of chariots predates the spread of modern cavalry. He claims to have spent the better part of fifty year translating a tablet about King Kentak the First at the battle of Qashek. 
Friedman as a narrator Edit
The only sources we have from Friedman are two extracts from his work The Golden Dynasty, posted in the Eichtal Press in 937 A.S. Both are found T9A:FB Undying Dynasties, one is however only available in the first publication. The extracts concerns the use of chariots and cavalry in ancient Naptesh.
Friedman carries the title of doctor so it is reasonable to assume that he is knowledgeable on the topics. However, Beatrix von Ueblingen points out that his reputation was not the greatest, perhaps do to lack of backing for his claims, though von Ueblingen have herself much later found evidence that supports his theories.
- ↑ Dr. Eckhardt Friedman (937 A.S.) The Golden Dynasty; Eichtal Press (Undying Dynasties armybook, p23)
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Dr. Eckhardt Friedman (937 A.S.) The Golden Dynasty; Eichtal Press (Undying Dynasties armybook, first publication, p20)
- ↑ Beatrix von Ueblingen (962 A.S.) My travels in Naptesh: Entry from the 4th of Damos (Undying Dynasties armybook, p26)