Bowing low, Andrej make proper introductions, "Father Andrej of Cumana, at your service my friend. My companions are Maximilian Boii and his man Mareo of the Hapsburg Kingdom; Lukas Meyer of Zurich and our leader upon this expedition, Ahmet oglu Ahmet of Capadoccia. Oh yes, and Lukas's man Hichem, from Ifriqiya upon the Mediterranean Sea. Who may we thank for the assistance?"
And the answer comes from twenty yards to the right, in the trees, "I believe I should answer that," says a man about 55, bearded, dressed as a Islamic holy man, wearing a heavy black woollen robe belted with a wide swath of leather. He wears a short grey fez, askance on his head. A mace hangs from his belt, but he appears unarmored. "This is my servant Hayund; and I am -"
"Mullah Yazigi!" shouts Ahmet, before he can stop himself. Sometimes, the DM must act the inspired response of players.
It is the man who tried to teach Ahmet to be a good muslim; who also did his best to give Ahmet counsel prior to his entering prison.
I would point out that at this point the party is only about 90 miles from Melitene.