Despite her profession, Waltraud worked more on faith than by fortune. Yet no matter how many revered her, no matter how strong her conviction, an assassin was an assassin. Vann was confident that his, the knight's path, was truly that of justice. The horn that topped his helm was a sign of his unbending will, and through it he would teach the so-called "Great Matron" the error of her ways. He continued on, determined to show the world the truth.
See Horned Knight Vann.
Vann (Van) is used chiefly in the English language, and its origin is Celtic and Old English. In English it's a topographic name and surname for someone who lived by a fen or marsh. The name is of debated origin; it could have first developed from Vance or Ivan; also a short form of names containing van. As a surname prefix, it means 'of' or 'from' in Dutch.
Boss in the 9th and 10th Chapters during Gilt Blades Raid Event.