A Matter of Britain
Sir Bleoberis de Ganis
King of the Circle of Gold
|SIZ: 17||Move 3|
|DEX: 14||Damage 6d6|
|STR: 18||Hit Points 40|
|CON: 23||Armor 16 + shield|
|Attacks:||Axe 24, Sword 25, Spear Expertise 20, Two-weapon Fighting 25|
|Significant Traits:||Proud 16, Valorous 18|
|Significant Passions:||Honor 19, Hospitality 18, Loyalty (Vassals) 19|
|Significant Skills:||Awareness 20, Courtesy 20, Heraldry 17, Tourney 17|
|Personal Data:||Homeland: Ganis; Religion: Arian Christian; Born: 489|
Sir Bleoberis is the son of Prince Nestor of Ganis. He was standard bearer to his uncle and godfather, the loyal King Bors of Ganis at the Battle of Bedegraine, and was made a Knight of the Round Table by King Arthur soon afterward. He is particularly associated with his brother, Sir Blamore.
Sir Bleoberis is known for his arrogance. He once rode into the court of King Mark of Cornwall and demanded a gift for the sake of his renown!
In 543, he defeated King Farion to become the new ruler of the Kingdom of the Circle of Gold.