Campaign of the Month: October 2018
A Matter of France
A Real Bastard of a Knight
|SIZ: 13||Move 3|
|DEX: 9||Damage 4d6|
|STR: 13||Hit Points 26|
|CON: 13||Armor 10 plus shield|
|Attacks:||Sword 15, Lance 15, Dagger 10|
|Significant Traits:||Cruel 16, Valorous 15|
|Significant Passions:||Honor 8, Love (Charlemagne) 16, Love (God) 15|
|Significant Skills:||Awareness 10, Battle 15, Courtesy 6, First Aid 10, Heraldry 10, Horsemanship 15, Hunting 10, Tourney 10|
Sir Isembard is a distant cousin of Duke Thierry and has used his status and family connections as a cudgel to get away with all manner of dastardly deeds. He may have finally gone too far, however—his wife, Lady Bertha, has disappeared, and rumor has it that Sir Isembard has either killed her or had her thrown in a dungeon! The fiend!
He made his home at the manor of St. Hubertus. In 769, he was defeated in combat by Sir Pippin and swore an oath before the King to undertake a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Before he could depart, however, he was slain by Sir Girart, acting in vengeance at the behest of an unknown friend of Berthe’s.