Sir Percy

Double agent and confused prisoner-knight on a mission from Annais


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Best Interests:

  • Seduce Murinus Malyce (Book One, Chapter Two)

Particular Strengths:

Clever Sister

  • Die: d8
  • Forms: Covertly, Maneuvering
  • Description: A little sister aboard the Endangerment
  • Effects: Sister will disrupt ship to help her brother
  • Significance 1: Unique

Introduced in Book One, Chapter Two


Humble, brave, honest and handsome, Sir Percy may just rank as the worst double-agent ever born.

Has has let both Annais (his boss) and Captain Habitrot (his captor) know about his mission, they both know he’s a double agent and it has become obvious that both Annais and Habitrot know that the other knows about Sir Percy status as a double agent.

And yet Sir Percy continues to send regular reports back to Annais. He and Habitrot get along just famous and he has the run of the kingdom (and a cozy cell which he can return to whenever he likes.)

Everyone in Tyno Helig seems to like him. He literally swept Miz Malyce off her feet (although she took the time to give Mr. Wolfbinder the cold-shoulder, meaning that Sir Percy has shown himself to be chaste as well during his long travels with the headmistress.)

Sir Percy’s sister, Drindaine, was originally his Particular Strength, but something more heroic might suit him if he returns as a formal NPC. He works a bit better as supporting cast and a plot device, however. He tends to play out a bit two-dimensionally.

Sir Percy seems to care for the fate of ‘Yuba as a lost little girl. He makes excellent sandwiches.

Sir Percy

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