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Type: Non Player Character
Gender: Male
Religion: British Christian
Class: Household Knight
Level of fame: Renowned
Distinctive features: Short
Estate: The White Tower
County: Thamesmouth
Liege lord:
Squire:
 
Death
Death year: 503 A.D.
Age at time of death: 64
 
Address
Form of address: Sir
Colloquial address: Sir The White Tower
Formal address: Sir Gwyllim of The White Tower . Constable of the White Tower.
 
Known for
Traits:
  • Indulgent
Passions:
  • Hate (Cities)
Skills:
  • unting
  • Siege
  • Spear Expertise
 
Family
Mother:
Father:
Grandfather:
 
Origin
Culture: Cymrii
Age category: Adult
Born: 439 A.D.
Squired: 454 A.D.
Knighted: 460 A.D.
Birthcounty: Thamesmouth
 
Coat-of-Arms
Vert, a tower argent.
 
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~ Renowned Household Knight ~


Sir Gwyllim of the White Tower

Gwyllim was a Renowned Cymric Household Knight from Thamesmouth. He had no lord at the time of his death.

He was the son of an unknown man and an unknown woman. He was unmarried. He has no sons or daughters.

He died in 503 A.D. He was 64 years old.

Description

Sir Gwyllim held the special position of Constable of the White Tower and held the keys to the king’s own residence in Londinium. Though titled “constable” his job was not with horses, but were the benefits(and challenges) of being castellan. He was the foster son of Guithelinus, the Archbishop of Londinium, who also fostered Aurelius and Uther when they were infants. He knew Uther most of his life. He never met his mother — Guithelinus claimed she died in childbirth and always seemed eager to change the subject any time someone asked about her. He held several manors throughout the kingdom of Logres.

Sir Gwyllim’s head was covered by a tangled mess of flaming red curls, a luxurious red beard, bright blue eyes, and when he was outside, a constant smile that displayed a lust for life. He hated the smell and noises of the city. He never seemed comfortable around crowds, and only stayed in Londinium out of loyalty to Uther. Gwyllim was happiest in the country and was renowned for his skills as a huntsman.

When King Aesc besieged Londinium in 503 Sir Gwyllim was killed during the fighting.