A Matter of France
The Wolf-Knight of Esneux
|SIZ: 17||Move 3|
|DEX: 8||Damage 5d6|
|STR: 13||Hit Points 28|
|CON: 11||Armor 8|
|Attacks:||Sword 14, Dagger 12, Unarmed Combat 9|
|Significant Traits:||Valorous 14; Arbitrary, Cruel, Deceitful, Proud, Suspicious, Vengeful: all 16|
|Significant Skills:||Horsemanship 14|
Lord of Eingarstein Hall, Sir Eingar was a violent brute. He lived for his own sinful pleasures and delighted in abusing his power and needless cruelty. Perhaps unsurprisingly, this profligate lifestyle caught up with him in time, and he was slain by the young squire Pippin, whose father was awarded Eingarstein as thanks from a grateful Duke Thierry.
After his death, it was revealed that Sir Eingar possessed an enchanted wolf-pelt cloak that allowed him to shift into the shape of a large black wolf, which had been terrorizing the countryside for years. The cloak was burned, along with Sir Eingar’s corpse, by his former subjects.