A Matter of Britain
The Earl's confessor
|SIZ: 9||Move 2|
|DEX: 6||Damage 3d6|
|STR: 11||Hit Points 22|
|CON: 11||Armor 1|
|Attacks:||Dagger 10, Spear Expertise 18, Sword 20|
|Significant Traits:||Honest 17, Just 16, Spiritual 16, Valorous 19|
|Significant Passions:||Fealty (Earl Robert) 20, Love (God) 15|
|Significant Skills:||Awareness 15, Battle 18, Courtesy 15, First Aid 15, Heraldry 15, Horsemanship 18, Hunting 15, Orate 11, Religion (British Christian) 10, Stewardship 16|
|Personal Data:||Homeland: Salisbury; Religion: British Christian; Born: 455|
For many years, Sir Leo served the House of Salisbury loyally, a model of what would come to be known as the chivalrous knight. Under first Roderick, then his widow Ellen, and then the new earl, Robert, Leo sought not to just be an effective knight but also do good through his actions.
With the blood-soaked Battle of Badon Hill, Sir Leo had seen enough. He retired from the knightly life and took up the robes of a mendicant friar, and now continues to serve his lord as his confessor. His wife, Lady Eleri ap Thebert, has been banished to Amesbury Abbey in the hopes that her gossiping tongue will be quelled by frequent prayers.