Jean De Montagne

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Resides: Malagentia
Status: Active
Awards: Order of Precedence
Argent, a compass star Or fimbriated and in chief three mullets, a base wavy azure.
Award & Office Badges
Companion of the Order of the Golden RapierCompanion of the Order of the Silver CrescentCourtBaronyTroubadourQueen's Order of Courtesy
Fencing Marshal


Jean De Montange is a 16th century Gascon privateer. He is, in fact, captain of the company of reprobates known as Woolfe's Privateers (see motto below).


He is a rake, a scalawag and a cheerfully insouciant poet. Despite these character flaws he has ended up a member of several distinguished orders; the Order of the Golden Rapier (he seems to get into fights a lot and mostly live through them) the Order of the Silver Crescent (because he is made to clean up the messes from all the fights) and the Queen's Order of Courtesy (because he was really, really sorry about that one thing and his apology was eloquent.) He's a member of the Order of the Troubadour as well (probably because of the insouciant poetry and things) and a former Queen's Bardic champion. Finally, for reasons best known to the exalted personages who chose to grace him with the title, he is a Baron of their Majesties' court. He wears blue and silver a lot and is often seen carrying his guitar. Do not be fooled by his kind words or welcoming demeanor. He will write a song about you without the least provocation, and he will not be sorry. At that point you should blame his current patroness, Her Excellency Countess Marguerite Ingen Lachlainn.

Offices & Positions

  • Northern Region Rapier Marshal

Event Staff

  • Ask Jean more about his event staff, it'll be funny.

Projects & Publications

Jean's two greatest publications to date, Her Wisdom Sophia and Her Brilliance Endelyn, are collaborations with his lady wife Sorcha nic Aedha.

More Information

Captain of Woolfe's Privateers. Motto: "The ship was sinking when we got there. Everyone was already dead. They weren't using that loot anyway, And that's Colonel Woolfe over there."