A Matter of France
A Wronged Wife
|SIZ: 8||Move 2|
|DEX: 14||Damage 3d6|
|STR: 10||Hit Points 24|
|CON: 16||Armor 1|
|Attacks:||Dagger 4, Siege 9, Sword 4|
|Significant Traits:||Chaste 14, Forgiving 14, Modest 15, Suspicious 16, Valorous 10|
|Significant Passions:||Honor 15, Love (Pippin) 21, Love (God) 18|
|Significant Skills:||Awareness 15, Chirurgery 16, Courtesy 14, Dance 10, First Aid 18, Industry 12, Intrigue 6, Romance 8, Stewardship 12|
Lady Berthe is Sir Pippin’s cousin, born the same year as he. She was married off to the evil Sir Isembard three years ago, and his paranoia and possessiveness led him to imprison her in the dungeon beneath his manor at St. Hubertus.
Isembard was killed in 769 by Sir Girart, leaving Berthe the mistress of the hall, which she holds as an allod in addition to two demesne manors that came with her dowery, making her a wealthy and much-desired heiress in the Duchy.