Originally Posted by Roland St. Jude
Seems very reasonable. I could see Ganelon staying close to the conversation but not in it until he thought he was needed.
I see some potential there for fun interactions between the two characters.
A charming trickster and a noble warrior? Well that's like the chocolate-vanilla swirl of myth and legend. For starters, to Ganelon's comment about wearing armor in public, well, someone's gotta stand between the caster and the baddies, right?