Sir Eliezier the Strong
Sir Eliezier is renowned as a mighty knight and admired for his astonishing horsemanship. He has an uncanny talent with horses; some claim he is able to speak to them. He has been known to tame a horse in one session from a near-wild state to
Sir Llywarch, the Deputy Constable, is “the horse guy,” a gregarious knight who loves horses, knows everything about them, and is the man to see to get a horse at Uther’s court.
Sir Sadinal oversees Uther’s household. The dapifer is responsible for the ordering of the king’s domestic household. He leads and coordinates all the department heads so that meals are grand, on-time, and plentiful. Clean beds, who sleeps where, proper …
Sir Goreau oversees the royal demesne, spending most of his time outside the eyre, making the rounds of stewards and bailiffs and overseeing the royal holdings. He travels with two clerks, one called “Scribbler” and the other “Counting Man,” who always …
Sir Canet of Occire
This young and eager knight is happy to associate with anyone more experienced than him (which is almost anyone). “Friendly Canet” will blab out anything he has heard about anything that might please the knight who is asking.
Sir Felix, aka “Sir Happy Happy,” is the inevitable happy drunk of the hall. Never hysterical or falling down, he is always ready to talk, although half of what he says is bollocks.
Sir Heliandor de la Montagne
These three killers ([[:sir-canuc-de-caerec | Sir Canuc de Caerec]], [[:sir-carac | Sir Carac]]) are Uther’s favorite thugs. They are big, mean upon command, experienced, and brutally cruel. They sit right in front of him at feasts, and fight beside him …
Sir Canuc de Caerec
These three killers ([[:sir-heliandor-de-la-montagne | Sir Heliandor de la Montagne]], [[:sir-carac | Sir Carac]]) are Uther’s favorite thugs. They are big, mean upon command, experienced, and brutally cruel. They sit right in front of him at feasts, and …
These three killers ([[:sir-heliandor-de-la-montagne | Sir Heliandor de la Montagne]], [[:sir-canuc-de-caerec | Sir Canuc de Caerec]]) are Uther’s favorite thugs. They are big, mean upon command, experienced, and brutally cruel. They sit right in front of …
Sir Segurant the Brown
Grandson of Sir Hector the Brown and member of the famous “Brun” family, Segurant showed unusual prowess with weapons at a very young age. He is so proud of his family that he has even colored his armor brown. He is sometimes called “The Knight of the …
Sir Arnoullant the Fair
Sir Arnoullant is a boon companion of Segurant the Brown. He is large man with blonde hair, blue eyes, and a neatly trimmed beard that frames a famously handsome visage. Surprisingly for a man that has made a career of fighting, his face is unmarred by …
Sir Caradoc the Thirteenth
Sir Caradoc is huge, strong, fanatically loyal to King Uther, and jealous of his position as one of
the most famous of Uther’s household knights.
Sir Argan ap Maelgad
Argan is married to a gorgeous lady named Dyagenne. After Ygraine rejects Uther for giving their child to Merlin the Magician, the king seduces Dyagenne, cuckolding Argan. When the constable discovers this he slays Dyagenne in a fit of jealousy. Then he …
A skilled and ambitious young knight, he is the best swordsman at court.