Eowald of Dumnonia
A pagan warlord of courage and renown. Veteran of Armorica, Lugh Vale, Badon Hill and the Battle for Britain. The man who slew Lancelot the Traitor. The warrior of the Silver Hand and husband of Yvayne, Goddess of the Wolf Water. He shall be remembered as the man who challenged Arthur and was both his greatest critic and his greatest friend. He was a warrior and a musician; a man firmly of the mortal world but one who ventured into Annwn and found love at last with the Lady of the Lake. He was the last man to wield Excalibur in battle and was the man who slew Nimue/Queen Mab and so delivered Britain from darkness.
Forni of Dumnonia
A simple man who served and honoured Mordred, remaining faithful to him until his death. Veteran of Armorica, Lugh Vale, Badon Hill and the Battle for Britain. He was the protector and lover of Nimue, a favoured disciple of Merlin, but ultimately became his own man and a true hero. He battled many demons, loved many women and was loved by those who served with him. Through Forni, Nimue's brutal magic was defeated and it was Forni's sacrifice that led to the collapse of the Ghost Fences protecting Lugh's Gorge from the armies of Britain. He crossed the Bridge of Swords with Eowald and resides now in Annwn as protector of Wolf Water, dwelling with Lord Eowald, Queen Yvayne and Merlin.
Nimue of Ynys Wydryn
A slave from Ireland, tutored by Merlin, she learned to plot and scheme in order to survive, but soon came to almost rule the whole of Britain. She was Merlin's lover, but also was loyal to Mordred, nurturing him, tutoring him, and bringing him to the Old Gods when he was surrounded by Christians. She ruled Ynys Wydryn in Merlin's absence and was instrumental in helping the Old Gods return to Britain. She defeated Merlin and so became the most powerful druid in the country - more powerful than even he, once his powers were broken by the Circle of Britain. She raised an army to challenge the Christians and even enslaved the Lady of the Lake, giving Excalibur back unto her care. She fell, finally, at Lugh's Gorge, plunging to her death with Eowald as the Army of Britain reclaimed the land from Shadow.
The Warbands of Britain salute these heroes and honour them in song and legend. Let the bards travel far and wide, from Kernow to Ceint; from Caledonia to Dumnonia, and praise them with great gladness.