Sir Camwyn the Stalwart

Truehearted knight

Description:
Agility d6 Smarts d4 Spirit d6 Strength d8 Vigor d8
Charisma +2 Pace 6 Parry 8 (1) Toughness 8 (2) Sanity 5/5

Human Male, 36, 2 XP (Novice)

Fighting d10 Intimidation d6 Notice d4 Persuasion d6
Riding d8
  • Knight +2 Charisma, start with knightly gear
  • Armor Proficiency Ignore 3 SI of armor encumbrance
  • Code of Honor (Major)
  • Loyal (Minor)
  • Quirk (Minor) He is very proud of his ancestry and often mentions notable ancestors of his that grow in stature with each telling.

Longsword (Str+d8; 1 SI; T 10)
Lance (Str+d8; AP 2; Range 1; 3 SI; T 10; Mounted only, AP2 when charging, Reach 1", Carried (by horse), 2 hands)
Target Shield (Str+d4; AP -1; 2 SI; T 15; Parry +1, +d4 on raise, Light/Medium Cover (5 armor), must roll to ready)

Mail Hauberk (2 Armor; 3 SI; Covers Torso, arms, legs)
Steel Helmet (3 Armor; 2 SI; Covers Head; Enclosed (-2 sight-based Notice), Treated as Rigid for AP purposes)

Ready Equipment

* Steel Helmet * Steel Helmet * Longsword * Kite Shield
* Kite Shield * * (Mail Hauberk) * (Mail Hauberk)
* (Mail Hauberk) * (50sp)

In Pack

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* (No minor items)

Encumbrance: 0

Warhorse (Agi d6, Sma d4 (A), Spi d6, Str D12+2, Vig d10, Fighting d8, Notice d6, Pace 8, Parry 6, Toughness 10, Fleet-Footed (+ d8" Running), Kick (Str+d4), Size +3)

Bio:

When asked about his past Sir Camwyn tells that he belong to a knightly order that goes by the name of the Vigilant Order of the Watchers and he proudly wear the unblinking eye on both his tabard and shield. They seem to be an order dedicated to the safety and security of main seats of civilization in the country. Apparently they used to be a large order with a lot of influence in local politics in the past. When asked why they aren’t any longer Sir Camwyn grows quiet for a moment and seems to ponder the question and after a while he says that it is his firm belief that they shall become so again, especially in the light of the current crisis and devastation. Now more that ever the people need the Watchers and he is confident that more members of his order will have survived out there in some of the other settlements.
Sir Camwyn seems to be a man who has a very strong faith but not dedicated to a specific deity but rather in civilization and order. The only thing that seems to have stopped him from stepping forth and taking on a leading role in Eastmere is the small piece of doubt that stems from the absence of a songs presence in his mind

Sir Camwyn the Stalwart

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