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  • Sir Roland
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  • The Dark Army invaded his manor and Orcs mortally wounded him, stealing the Ruby. The Champion, accompanied by Timothy, found Roland moments before he died.
  • Sir Roland first appears in the first episode as a knight who approaches Queen Isabella with a list of supposed traitors to the crown. Sweet-talking his way into the queen's good graces, she makes him the new Earl and allows him to arrest several individuals, including the Caris' father Edmund Wooler and Ralph and Merthin's father Sir Gerald for treason. Sir Roland then has them all hanged with the exception of Edmund, whose life he spares after being bribed by Petranilla (who he also has a past romantic history with). Later, he takes on Ralph as an apprentice, and attends the annual Spring Festival, revealing that he is to be married. However, he retains feelings for Petranilla, especially after his nearly dying when the bridge collapses and he almost drowns. Fortunately for him, he is sa
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  • Sir Roland first appears in the first episode as a knight who approaches Queen Isabella with a list of supposed traitors to the crown. Sweet-talking his way into the queen's good graces, she makes him the new Earl and allows him to arrest several individuals, including the Caris' father Edmund Wooler and Ralph and Merthin's father Sir Gerald for treason. Sir Roland then has them all hanged with the exception of Edmund, whose life he spares after being bribed by Petranilla (who he also has a past romantic history with). Later, he takes on Ralph as an apprentice, and attends the annual Spring Festival, revealing that he is to be married. However, he retains feelings for Petranilla, especially after his nearly dying when the bridge collapses and he almost drowns. Fortunately for him, he is saved by Ralph and nursed back to health by Caris. Though he becomes a married man, little does Sir Roland know that his wife has been cheating on him with his own son. Upon learning of this from Petranilla, Sir Roland is enraged and orders his pregnant wife out of his sight, also accidentally killing her in his rage. He later becomes one of the many victims of the Black Plague.
  • The Dark Army invaded his manor and Orcs mortally wounded him, stealing the Ruby. The Champion, accompanied by Timothy, found Roland moments before he died.