Lucan Torres Bathroy


Position: Lord Ambassador
Race: Human
Residence: Bathroy Manor, outskirts of York.

lucanbathroyIn the Year 1110, Lucan took up residence in the Dutchy of York, where he worked for Wyck Carden, through various associates. The skills learned here, would carry him through his early life. Following the Death of Chastity Bathroy in the spring of 1115, Lucan received his Grandfather’s blessing to attend court. The need for Chastity Bathroy’s family to remain a secret had passed, as had the controversy surrounding the murder of his Cousin once removed, Gabriel Bathroy.

Lucan Bathroy was announced to the court at the Gathering of Nations, 1115.

“ I make no apologies for who I am and the family I come from. We are a noble family, with a rich heritage and a lust for the finest life has to offer. Those philistines who dare call us frivolous and wasteful would do well to step aside, less they be trampled by their superiors. “ – Lucan Torres Bathroy

Born in secret to Rhoda Bathroy and Miguel Torres, at Highgate Manor, West of Newcastle in the Dutchy of York, Lucan’s birth was witnessed by his Grandmother, Chastity Bathroy and Auntie, Selina Bathroy, thus validating his claim to the Bathroy family seat. To ensure the secrecy of Chastity Bathroys Family, Lucan was whisked off to his father’s home land of Estrigales, in the Autumn of 1090. Following a fruitful education, he returned to Albion, with his mother and father, where he continued his studies and Brighhelm Stane, under the name Lucan Torres. In the Year 1110, Lucan took up residence in the Dutchy of York, where he worked for Wyck Carden, through various associates. The skills learned here, would carry him through his early life. Following the Death of Chastity Bathroy in the spring of 1115, Lucan received his Grandfather’s blessing to attend court. The need for Chastity Bathroy’s family to remain a secret had passed, as had the controversy surrounding the murder of his Cousin once removed, Gabriel Bathroy. Lucan Bathroy was announced to the court at the Gathering of Nations, 1115.