Tales of New Camelot
Sidhe of House Balor, 'lord of the trolls'
Seelie Legacy: Arcadian
Unseelie Legacy: Rogue
|Strength 3||Charisma 3||Perception 2|
|Dexterity 2||Manipulation (deals) 4||Intelligence 2|
|Stamina 3||Appearance 5||Wits 2|
|Alertness 2||Crafts 0||Computer 0|
|Athletics 1||Drive 1||Enigmas 1|
|Brawl 1||Etiquette 3||Gremayre 3|
|Dodge 2||Firearms 0||Investigation 0|
|Empathy 1||Leadership 2||Law 0|
|Intimidation 1||Melee 3||Linguistics 3|
|Kenning 1||Performance 0||Lore (trolls) 4|
|Persuasion 1||Security 0||Medicine 0|
|Streetwise 0||Stealth 0||Politics 3|
|Subterfuge 3||Survival 0||Science 1|
|Remembrance 3||Primal 4||Actor 3|
|Chimera (sword) 2||Contempt 2||Fae 3|
|Holding 2||Pyretics 2||Nature 0|
|Ally 1||Prop 2|
|Title (thane) 1||Scene 0|
|Treasure 2||Time 2|
|Glamour 4||Willpower 4||Banality 4|
Merits: Reputation (3pt)
Flaws: Geas (repay debts, 4pt), Enemy (Morgan, 3pt)
Treasure: ●● Dagda’s Casket (hamper that can produce any needed item so long as it is ‘fed’ regularly with living creatures)
Hengist is the scion of a royal line that claims descent from both the Sidhe and the forefathers of the trolls. As proof of his lineage, he sports a small set of horns (his Balor deformity). Several trolls (and, it is whispered, ogres) recognise Hengist’s ancestry and acknowledge his Lordship. Most do not.
Jute takes his lineage seriously. He claims to have journeyed deep into the Dreaming looking for Jotunheim, the Arcadian homeland of the trolls, and has struck strange pacts with giants. These experiences have marked him with a trollish honourable streak, making him relatively moral by House Balor’s standards.
It is known that Hengist also clashed with Queen Morgan La Fey for rulership of Gorre. He lost and now bides his time in Bedegraine recruiting other unseelie opponents of Morgan La Fay to his cause from his Freehold in Blackheath.
During Last Troll Standing Hengist recruits a vampire ally to help him attack Sir Gareth of Orkady but he is defeated by Sir Gawaine. He is spared, but repays the debt by striking down King Carados of Escoce
During Faster Than The Hound Hengist shows a more genial, though no less calculating, side when he accompanies Bors of Ganis and Dodinel the Savage to investigate the killing of Enid the Silent by a shadow wolf