Lasham Locke

Uncle and advisor to the Lord of Talon's Reach

Description:

Age: 40
Gender: Male
Benefits: Cautious Diplomacy, Blood of the First Men
Flaws: Athletics (Sedentary), Survival (Pampered)

Agility: 3
Animal Handling: 2
Athletics: 2
Awareness: 4 (2B Empathy, 1B Notice)
Cunning: 3
Deception: 2
Endurance: 3
Fighting: 2 (1B Short Blades)
Healing: 2
Language: 3
Knowledge: 2
Marksmanship: 5 (3B Bows)
Persuation: 3 (2B Convince, 2B Initimidate)
Status: 4
Stealth: 2
Survival: 2
Thievery: 2
Warfare: 2
Will: 4

Intrigue Defense: 11
Composure: 12
Combat Defense: 6
Health: 11
Destiny Points: 2
Movement: Move 4/ Sprint 16
Armor Rating: 4

Equipment

Ring Mail
Longbow (Superior)
Arrows (48) & quiver
Dagger, Superior
Noble’s garb
Northern garb
Traveler’s garb
Horse, Palfrey
Backpack
Pouch, belt
Waterskin
Rope
Torch
Whetstone
Ink, Black, two vials

Current Wealth
~108 Gold Dragons

Bio:

Husband of Lyra Oakes Locke. Uncle to Lord Banon Locke and Nadia Locke. Father of Mili Locke and Dreya Locke. Brother of Lord Seton Locke (deceased).

Lasham Locke never had much personal ambition. His early life was spent as a loyal retainer of House Stark, not taking time to marry young or forge a career of his own. This changed when his older brother was elevated to Lord after Robert’s Rebellion. Lasham found a cause, to elevate House Locke even further, to make it more than an upstart House. To make it great.

He married quickly and fathered two daughters. What he lacks in personal ambition, he makes up for in dreams of greatness for his nephew and their House. Lasham’s primary motivation in all things is increasing the power and security of House Locke. And his primary worries are that his young nephew lacks the wisdom of age and a legitimate heir. Recent events have heightened this worry, as House Locke is beset with enemies from all sides, with few friends.

Of late, Lasham has become very concerned with the interest his elder daughter Mili has shown in the teachings of the Red Priest. Lasham nominally follows the Old Gods, but has never been very religious, and he had thought he had passed this indifference to his daughters. Extremism of any kind worries Lasham, and while he finds the Red Priest personally likeable, he is concerned that his influence may be outsize. As uncle to the Lord of the House, Lasham feels he should be first and primary advisor, while his nephew seeks equal council from others.

In his 39th year, Lasham accompanied other members of House Locke to the King’s Tournament in King’s Landing. Never a swordsman, Lasham participated in both marksman competions, emerging a finalist in the Archery competition and the victor of the Axe-Throwing contest.

Lasham Locke

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