Bregowine of Horseheath
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Bregowine of Horseheath joined the SCA in Drachenwald in 1999, where he spent several years as an enthusiastic fencer under the guise of one "William of Arathain." When he returned to the society in 2011, he revealed his true identity as tenth century saxon with a passion for heavy combat, history, and ponies. When he isn't busy squiring for Duke Sir Edward Grey of Lochleven, Bregowine teaches classes related to mounted hunting and the anglo-saxon period. He also fences.
Bregowine is a tenth century saxon, a minor member of the East Anglian gentry, now part of Wessex. He keeps a tiny manor house at Horseheath called Galloping Hill. When he isn't serving Edward the Elder in the field, he spends as much time as possible with horses and hounds.
Retired Persona: William of Arathain
William of Arathain was a late 16th century swordsman and scalawag marooned for four years in Scotland; he hasn't been seen since his ship, The Morning Star, was finally repaired about twelve years ago.
Awards & Honors
- Order of the Perseus (East) (Carolingia) (2014)
- Award of Arms (East) 1/26/2013