Lord Sir Aeston
Lady Dame Areni
Elder Sir Duncan
Elder Sir Da'oud
Sir Symir
Sir Kyntela
Sir Gwen
Dame Taliea
Squire Kyro
Squire Elouan
Squire Charlotte
   
Sybil
Feorana
Marduke
Morgana
Slaader
Saxton
Lynnora
Imari
Hildegard
Aeryk
   
Donal
Darkoan
Kielle
Asharn
Asharn
   
Delinde
Mekrien
Arrow
   
Sir Cedric
Lady Fallon
Lady Damona
Lady Aderyn
Spirit
Vinal
Myrrh
Briar Rose
Ravensong
Ullen
Junior
Nathanial/Domic
Tiana
Cawdor
Nagilum
   
Dhugal
Lucas
Cain
Randolf
Magnus
Mohan
   
Kethrellen
Mandrake
   

 

 

 

Sir Kyntela

I don’t remember much of my early childhood. I know that my parents were merchants, thus my young life was marked by many travels and a scarce few places I could consider a true home. As I aged into my teens, I grew weary of being shackled to my parents’ business. I enjoyed traveling, and saw no reason why I shouldn’t be able to start off in pursuit of my own adventures. My parents, naturally, objected to my leaving, but there wasn’t much they could do to stop me when I slipped away one starless night.

I spent a few years roaming aimlessly, gradually making my way from west to east. During this time I learned to wield a blade. It was a necessity in order to protect myself on the road. I absorbed combat techniques from anyone who would offer advice or the opportunity to practice.

At the onset of my nineteenth year, my travels brought me to the Realms. I first made contact with people in the lands of Vinehaeven. Lord Sir Aeston and his countrymen took many young wanderers like myself into their care. Although I did not formally join the Oaken Guard that defended Vinehaeven, I passed most of my time in their company. I worked with my new friends to improve my fighting skills and learn the ways of adventuring.

I made many friends in many nations throughout the Realms, though it was not until I had spent almost three years traveling the lands that I was ready to settle down and join a nation. At North/South War in the year 1008, Lord Da’oud approached me and formally invited me to join his nation, Rhiassa. I had fought alongside the people of Rhiassa and knew them to be good warriors and good people. I gladly accepted Lord Da’oud’s offer and was welcomed warmly to my new home.

I was happy to be a part of a proud and strong nation. When in the next year Lord Sir Aeston, along with Areni, joined Rhiassa I was overjoyed that my earliest friends in the Realms had become my countrymen as well. Many of my other companions from the Oaken Guard have since joined Rhiassa as well. Under Aeston’s leadership as Warmark and later as the new Lord, our nation formed the Free Nations with Grimloch. Since that time, my desire to become a skilled warrior increased, and I trained hard to improve.

The past year held many accomplishments for me. In the summer of 1010, at Queen of Hearts, I was squired to the Knights of Rhiassa under Lord Sir Aeston, marking the beginning of my journey towards knighthood. The following day, I won the title of Champion of Rhiassa. I am proud to wear the torque that signifies this accomplishment. In carrying these new titles I have felt a greater sense of responsibility to my companions and the people of the Realms. I look forward to the future and the many challenges that lie ahead of me.