• Born: 460
  • Height: 1.80 m/5'11"
  • Weight: 89 kg/196 lbs.
  • Eyes: Brown
  • Hair: Bright Ginger
  • Facial Hair: Full beard and mustache
  • Tattoos: Interwoven symbol on right bicep
  • Scars: None
  • Died: ?


Born into a royal family, Ceredig had a life of privilege. He was intensely proud of his Celtic heritage, which guided his actions and activities throughout his life. His education consisted of private tutors in kingship and warfare.


Ceredig assumed the throne soon after becoming an adult and quickly asserted himself over his own men as well as his unben. Soon he was comfortable enough in his own position to be making raids into Ireland.


The letter from Patrick surprised and amused him. Patrick, after all, had been born nothing more than the son of a Roman official and held no great authority in the culture Ceredig was a part of. That the commoner believed he held authority over a British king was a joke.

He had similar issues with Arthur, a man who had chosen to live in a Roman fortress. Ceredig's interactions and failures with him would vex the Strat Clut king for the rest of his career.

Ceredig's attitude toward his warriors and his unbens is that they are all replaceable. He has little or no respect for any of them, seeing them as objects that are kept under his service by silver and the praise of bards.

Ceredig considers Celtic culture to be the only one worth having and that any king or group that is not both Celtic and strict in their Celtic lifestyle is inferior.


  • The Demon of Lleuenydd