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Monday, September 25, 2006

Character Profile ~ Sir Cederick of Breckenwood



Character Profile: Sir Cederick of Breckenwood

Hair Color: Brown

Eye Color: Brown

Status: A Knight from the Order of the Wolverine

Age: 34

Sword: Stoneburner (enchanted by the Crystal of Mynos)

History:

Sir Cederick of Breckenwood is a bitter man. However he is favored by King Brennan amongst the Wolverines. Cederick has thrown his heart and soul into being a knight of the king and it shows. He is a formidable foe on the battlefield, and he is not a man you want to cross if you should be unfortunate enough to anger him.

It is whispered that Sir Cederick was once a happy man, who smiled often and joked with others. However it wasn't until he caught his brother Donnar in bed with his fiancee, Jenna, that he became a hardened man. After that incident, you could find Sir Cederick in the bailey of Castle Templestone, practicing his swordplay with his enchanted sword, Stoneburner, at any given time. He has become obsessed with fighting, perhaps to soothe his wounded heart, or to finally succomb to the peace of death.

Rarely does Sir Cederick let anyone get close to him. The ones who know him the best are his good friends, Sir Geoffrey of Emberdale and Sir Sebastian of Tabrinth, but even they claim not to know the true man beneath the prickly exterior.

His brother Donnar is now married to Jenna with two children of his own. Cederick has never once seen his niece and nephew, as the pain is still too fresh. Those should have been his children, not his brother's. Donnar and Jenna lived in Breckenwood for a short time after their wedding, but have since moved to Evendria.

Many have whispered that Cederick's heart just needs to be melted by a good woman, but Cederick scoffs at that. As far as he's concerned, all women are dead to him.

Quote of Note:

"If she ruins this mission, I am not going to be the one to tell the king that we failed because of Geoffrey’s duty to a woman!” ~~Sir Cederick of Breckenwood

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