Campaign of the Month: October 2018
A Matter of France
Sir Ogier the Dane
Semi-Giant Danish Prince
|SIZ: 26||Move 4|
|DEX: 10||Damage 9d6|
|STR: 28||Hit Points 46|
|CON: 20||Armor 10+6 plus shield|
|Attacks:||Battle 19, Siege 12, Sword 21+9, Axe 20, Dagger 16, Lance 15|
|Significant Traits:||Energetic 16, Forgiving 4, Honest 5, Just 19, Prudent 5, Temperate 4, Valorous 24|
|Significant Passions:||Love [Charlemagne] 16, Love [family] 14, Honor 23, Love [God] 11, Love [Gerberga] 21|
|Significant Skills:||Courtesy 16, Faerie Lore 16, Gaming 16, Horsemanship 20, Swimming 1|
King Godfrid of Denmark’s semi-giant son was raised at the castle of Boulogne as King Pepin’s war hostage. There he married the castle warden’s daughter, Bellisende, who gave him two sons: Baldwin and Dudo (both half-giants). For a while, Duke Naymo’s nephew lived as a respected senior squire at King Pepin’s court.
The fearless Ogier always remains loyal to the paladins, yet at the same time is often in conflict with King Charlemagne. The irate and stubborn Dane brings his king victories in battle and defeats cumbersome giants, as well as occasionally fighting the Franks and their king.