|Level of fame:||Famous|
|Distinctive features:||Flaming hair, Clean cut, Sharp features, Built like Adonis|
|Current age:||48 (as of 509A.D.)|
|Form of address:||Sir|
|Colloquial address:||Sir Chillmark|
|Formal address:||Sir Maelgwyn of Chillmark of House Tarren.|
|Daughters (6):||Athena, Ariana, Mair, |
|Chevronny azure and argent|
~ Famous Vassal Knight ~
Sir Maelgwyn the Spartan
He is 48 years old and lives in Salisbury.
Maelgwyn is the son of Ceiwyn, one of the so called Bannermen, and heir to Chillmark. He watched his father die while he was still very young and has been raised by his adoptive mother and his adoptive father in Ludwell. He hasn’t seen much of his family very often.
Sir Maelgwyn has one squire. Due to his patronage of The order of St Raymond Nonnatus he is also always accompanied by a sister of healing: Sister Kileen.
Sir Maelgwyn has a standard knight's personal stable. He rides a charger to war. Both him and his squire rides a rouncy when travelling and they keep goods and equipment on a sumpter. This is apart from the horses kept at his estate. These horses are kept with him at all times.
Sir Maelgwyn has three spearmen and one sergeant, they protect him and his children at all times. By ancient custom he also supplies one archer to Vagon Castle, to protect young squires in training.
Sir Maelgwyn has a regular knights household. It consists of a dogboy who cares for his dogs, a cook, several grooms, a lackey and several domestic servants. They usually travel with him unless he is on patrol, adventure or heading for war.
- An empty potion bottle
The Belt of Agenor"Stolen" by Basile de Wallingford
The Tarren CrossLeft at an abbey.
- The order of St Raymond Nonnatus, sponsor.
- The Aegis – an unbreakable spartan shield.
"His son Maelgwyn inherits the manor of Chillmark with all the lands that came with it, an empty bottle of Martin’s water, a magic swordbelt, an old cymric chainmail with helmet, a cymric sword, a dagger, 5 spears and two painted shields. The Saxon Clothes he wore at time of death was burned. "
461: Born in a rainy night in spring
463: Hiding alone in the cave, watched his father die during the The Adventure of the The Coming Dawn
468: Received Urien as his tutor and received many of Urien’s lessons.
480: Helped slay the Imber Bear and guarded Maid Aneria on her travel to Ambrius Abbey. Witnessed the poisoning of Aurelius, experienced his first battle (at Menevia) , witness the burial of the high king and saw a star fall on the behest of Merlin.
481: Lay sick as his friends worked to avoid a disastrous feast at count Robin’s account.
482: Took part in the adventure wielding the blade watching lord Elad duel with sir Gwrien, and joining in the conquest of Summerland. Was knighted together with his friends during the summer.
483: Participated in the adventure Feuds and Family. He also called in a favour from Duke Eldol so that he could secure funds enough to pay of his taxes to the king and thus resume lordship over his ancestral manor Chillmark.
484: Traveled north towards Eburacum to escort some cursed ladies. Fought in two battles against saxons while in the north and then at Merlin’s recommendation went in search of The loathly lady.. Buried his tutor Urien and married Lady Siân.
485: Became a widower, bought the Tarren Cross and fought in the Battle of Mearcred Creek.
486: Assisted Merlin in retrieving Excalibur from the lady in the lake thereby fulfilling The oath of Crows. During the Autumn he married Lady Dwyn who later died giving birth to his son Gwynn. His unlucky love life and solitude earned him the epithet ‘’the lonely’’ and distraught he turned his mind towards reinforcing Chillmark.
487: Participated in the grand sword feast at Sarum the same year, followed the king to Linden and performed diplomacy at the court of the Centurion king.
488: Took part in the Adventure of the bandits in Modron’s forest.
489: Witnessed the Peace of Excalibur and helped his friend Cadry clear his name in the Mysterious Manor. Married Lady Marion who bore him twins and began the construction of a nunnery.
490: Won great glory in the battle for Linden Pool and attended the winter court in Londinium. As Duke Gorlois flees from the city he assists Cadry in trying to stop the duke’s entourage.
491: Slew Duke Gorlois in the battle for Terrible and attended the wedding of King Arthur. Challenged his brother, Gamond, to a duel and almost died. Aftewards he asked for forgivness but failed to forgive his brother. Was blessed with twins by Lady Marion. Became a famous knight.
492: Participated in a quest where Merlin kidnapped the king’s new born son. While defending Merlin he gravely wounded sir Brastias. Stood trial before the king for aiding Merlin.
493: Lay sick in a wasting disease while his friend tried to save him.
494: Took part as an diplomatic envoy in estragale and preformed admirably.
495: Fought at the battle of saint Alban’s, but was wounded early and lay sick during the victory feast. It was here he received his first major wound.
496: Visits Hantonne and meets King Cerdic whom has taken one of his sons as a hostage. During the autumn his follower, Sister Abigail, has troubling visions.
497: Participates in The Adventure of Castle Deep. During the winter he makes a fool out of himself at the Winter Court and suspects his wife of having an affair.
498: Participated in The Adventure at mount Snowden. After refusing to travel with Merlin to the green isle he departs northwards to his late mentors, Uriens, abbey.
499: Travels to londinium where he tries to find more answers about his mentors past. Before he leaves for home he meets The brown knight and hunt Saxons with his friend Sir Meilyr.
501: Travelling homewards he is captured by the Wallingford usurpers. In the dungeons of the treacherous knights his confidant and companion Sister Abigail perishes. He is freed and accompanies his friends while escortin lady Ninevh.
502: Partakes in the disastrous bethrohal of Maid Jenna and later executes Sir Blains. As a main agitator he accompanies the attack on Rydychan.
503: Sent as a ambassador to King Nanteleod his rashness wins Salisbury the favour of the king but the ire of the Centurion King.
504: After threat from Prince Cynric he rides to save his son from the clutches of king Cerdic. Even though he succeeds he finds himself lacking in understanding of his son trauma.
505: Joins in battle with king Nanteleod and is able to slay king Aethelswith with the help of the other crow boys. During the winter he earns the ire of his squire, Dafi, for whipping him.
506: Helps slay the royal griffin and then almost makes a fool out of himself at Lady Pomponias feast.