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Type: Non Player Character
Gender: Male
Religion: British Christian
Class: King
Level of fame: Extraordinary
Distinctive features: Dark, auburn hair, Barrel chest
Estate: Logres
County: Royal Progress
Liege lord: None
Death year: 495 A.D.
Age at time of death: 59
Form of address: Your Majesty
Colloquial address: Your Majesty Logres
Formal address: His Majesty King Uther of Logres of House Pendragon. King of Logres.
Known for
  • Lustful
  • Energetic
  • Proud
  • Reckless
  • Worldly
  • Valourous
  • Suspicious of Gorlois
  • Suspicious of Corneus
  • Trusting of Merlin
  • Honor
  • Hospitality
  • Sword
  • Horsemanship
  • Battle
  • Intrigue
  • Awareness
  • First Aid
  • Spear Expertise
House: Pendragon
Current wife: Ygraine
Sons (1): Unnamed
Mother: Ivoire
Father: Constantinus
Grandfather: Magnus Maximus
Brothers: Aurelius, Constans
Culture: Cymrii
Age category: Adult
Born: 436 A.D.
Squired: 451 A.D.
Knighted: 457 A.D.
Birthcounty: Royal Progress
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~ Extraordinary King ~

King Uther Pendragon

Uther was a Extraordinary Cymric King from Royal Progress. He served None at the time of his death.

He was the son of Constantinus and Ivoire. He was married to Ygraine. He has one son and no daughters.

He died in 495 A.D. He was 59 years old.


“Never before had the realm such rest and peace as in the days of Uther the king.”
- Roman de Brut

King Uther is the prototypical feudal monarch. He doesn’t model himself after any ideal — he is making the ideal for others to follow. He is a warrior-king, but a warrior first. He orders his troops into battle, and leads from the front. In non-warlike matters he listens to his favorites and courtiers, and delegates everything he doesn’t enjoy to his trusted companions. He often makes snap judgments, followed by commands to see that his will is carried out quickly.

King Uther is an absolute king. He sits atop the pyramid of society, admired by his lords, approved (reluctantly) by the clergy, and acclaimed by the commoners. Britain is his personal possession.Uther, king of warlords, has unique privileges of duty, command, and obedience. He alone is at the top, the peak, the pinnacle of all men. The time of his reign is difficult and beset with troubles within and without. Some would take advantage of the situation and increase their fortunes while the less fortunate find themselves diminished. As warriors and lords solidify their hold on the land, the power of the elite grows at the expense of others.