A Matter of Britain
Villainous cur of a knight
|SIZ: 12||Move 3|
|DEX: 13||Damage 4d6|
|STR: 11||Hit Points 26|
|CON: 14||Armor 12 + shield|
|Attacks:||Dagger 20, Spear Expertise 10, Sword 10|
|Significant Traits:||Lazy 16, Arbitrary 15, Cowardly 16|
|Significant Passions:||Hospitality 4, Honor 7|
|Significant Skills:||Awareness 10, Battle 5, Heraldry 12, Horsemanship 17, Hunting 10, Intrigue 18|
|Personal Data:||Homeland: Silchester; Religion: British Christian; Born: 495|
Sir Damas seized control of his brother’s inheritence, the Castle by the Lake, and unlawfully held it, ignoring his kin’s calls for a trial by combat. Damas’s strategy instead was to waylay passing knights and try and compel them to fight on his behalf. Twenty knights were seized in this manner, and none volunteered to fight for the wicked knight, choosing the dungeons instead.
In 521, after a bizarre sequence of events, Damas lost his claim on the castle thanks to a judgment by none other than King Arthur himself, who also sentenced Damas to only ride palfreys for the rest of his days.