Hepburn charged five golden coins for a large box, and two for small one. As the salty breeze sailed throught the port town, the young courier maneuvered through the throngs of merchants. Everyone knew of Hepburn, the woman who always delivered her parcels on time, no matter how deadly the contents or how dangerous the destination. Her spotless record spoke for itself. If she had any faults at all, it was that she was too kindhearted, always willing to give discounts to those who couldn't afford the delivery fee.
Added on May 16, 2014. Final Reward during Battle Royale XXIII:
- Individual BR Point Ranking 501-1,000, 1,001-2,000, 2,000-3,000 (x2).
- Guild BR Point Ranking 51-80 (x2), 131-200 (x2), 201-500 (x2), 501-900.
- Also availiable from Token Box Card Pack.
Hepburn is a family name of the Anglo-Scottish Border, that is associated with a variety of famous personages, eponyms, places, and things. Although commonly a Scottish name its origins lie to the south of the border in the north of England. Specifically, the name is thought to have derived from either the town of Hebron in Northumberland or Hebburn in Tyne and Wear. The origins of the name are suggested to be the same as that of Hebborne from the Old English words heah ("high") and byrgen ("burial mound"). Alternatively it could mean something along the lines of "high place beside the water", as the word burn is a still widely used in Northumbrian and Scots for stream.