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A brave knight of the Sarmatian Auxorii, with ancestral links to the clans on the northern Sarmatian plains of Mordua.
Hector was born in 444 AD and was brought to Britannia in 458 at the tender age of 14.
Now, he is 6 foot 5 inch (1.96m), and 240 pounds (108.8 kg) and a large and powerful warrior. He has light brown hair, often tending blonde in summer lights, and grey-green eyes with a wide golden-brown ring around the iris... That combination often assumed as mystical. Growing up in Arthur's cavalry, the people of the Woad Consortium, feared this horseman with the light hair and wicked eyes.
When Arthur and the Knights were fighting at Mons Badonicus, Hector, Erec, Dinadan, and Palomedes, the Saracen, as mounted knights leading 500 Briton and Woad, were attacking Cerdic's western guard of over 2,000 at one of the milecastles near Stanwix (Carlisle). Upon that day, they, despite being outnumbered 4-to-1, the Vershnyk proved their worth by denying the Saxon King the vital reserves he desparately needed at Badon Hill.
Hector had fought in a lot of difficult battles under the standard, bearing the running horse, white upon green - the emblem of the House of Mordua, the standard of the Vershnyk. He is a fine leader as well as a brave warrior. Hector's sword has fiercely slashed the Woad, besieging the wall. Now with Arthur, Lancelott, and the other knights, they make a successful ally with the Woad and Briton, and the Saxon enemy hesitate seeing his banner.
"The Vershnyk, their horses of great stature, strong and clean-limbed; their grey coats glistens, their long tails flow in the wind, their manes are braided on their proud necks. The gallant men that ride those mounts, match them well: tall and long-limbed; their hair, flaxen-pale, flowed under their light helms, and stream in long braids behind them; their faces are stern and keen. In their hands are tall spears of ash, painted shields are slung at their backs, long swords were at their belts, their burnished skirts of mail hung down upon their knees."
And later, when Lancelot was caught in his affair with Guinevere, Hector, being a fellow horseman like Lancelott, stood by his brother-in-arms with selfless service, and left Camelot with him. But as Lancelott received the forgiveness of his transgression, the compassion befriended by Arthur extended to Hector as well. But still, there at Banna, he continues to serve Lancelot and only returns to Camelot when summoned by Arthur, or when Lancelott request his company.
Hector has changed since the Battle at Stanwix and Badon Hill. His love of life having returned; and is ever the jokester in him that comes out, ah yes, he pokes fun at everyone, equally, all in good nature... especially with regards to Lancelott. Hector can often be found drinking in a tavern, but for other reasons than before; pulling busty young maids into his lap with a pinch to her bottom, his arm banding about her waist to hold her there!
The rest is history!. here !!
Unto Britannia, the Untold Stories
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