A Young Nobleman, Rascal, and fosterling to the Covenant
Age: 15 Year Born: 1208 A.D. Height: 5’ Weight: 100 lb’s Gender: Male
Warping Score: 0
Son of a Knight
Dodge- Init +0, Atk n/a, Def +0, Dam n/a
Fist- Init +0, Atk +1, Def +0, Dam +2
Kick- Init -1, Atk +1, Def -1, Dam +5
Dagger- Init +0, Attack +2, Def +0, Dam +5
Sword, Long- Init +2, Atk +8, Dfn +4, Dam +8
Fatigue Levels: Ok, 0, -1, -3, -5, Unconscious
Wound Penalties:-1(1-5), -3(6-10), -5(11-15), Incapacitated(16-20), Dead(21)
Devonshire Lore 2, Athletics 1, Awareness 1, Norman French 5, Stealth 2(7 xp), Survival 2, Charm 1, Carouse 1, Etiquette 1(2 xp), Folk Ken 1, Hunt 1, Intrigue 1, English 4(8 xp), Ride 1, Single Weapon 3(12 xp), Second Sight 1, Latin 1(Academic Usage)[9 xp],
Young Henry Blackbanner is the son of the Norman Knight Sir Sir Oswald Blackbanner His mother perished in childbirth along with his young sister in 1214 A.D., leaving him an only child, his father thus far refusing to remarry. Perhaps because of his mothers death, perhaps because of his fathers involvement in the baronial wars, the young man grew up arrogant, proud and disdainful. Sure of himself and his status, a veritable mini-monarch. He may have ended up becoming a right little tyrant were it not for the strange way he can sense things of a magical bent.
It was this ability, coupled with a lecherous interest in obserivng local peasant couples make love, that led him to spy on said couples, and than to discover the resting place of an ancient Roman Spirit. He stole from this spirit, intending his stolen goods as potential gifts to girls he wanted to woo, but this caused the spirit to anger and abduct local girls to exact revenge.
This brought the attention of the Covenant, who unravelled the particulars of the deed and his involvement. His father than decreed that to learn some humility, and some of the skills that would make him a better man and knight, he would foster at the Covenant, learning the ways of people he thinks ‘beneath him’ as well as some(his father hopes) polish and care.
It has been a hard adaption to the young Henry, and he still resents much of what he is put through, which is grunt-work when it is not the hard lessons of the scholar in reading and writing, or the punishing combat lessons beneath Charles “Hawkeye” and Whitelocke. Still he finds the mages, and their magic fascinating, though he has not abandon his ways, nor his potential for getting into trouble. He may prove a thoughtful man, but as he grows into his youth, there is trouble ahead for both him, and the covenant.