‘Distortion’ – Antagonist: Lance Aileot – Character Bio

Full Name: Sir Lancelot du Lac

Nickname(s) or Alias: Lance Aileot

Gender: Male

Species: Human

Age: 54

Height: 6 ft 5 inches

Weight: 170 pounds

Hair Style: Balding grey hair

Attire: Black suit and tie (Corporate attire), Full plate armour (Medieval attire)

Date of Birth: Unknown

Sexuality: Heterosexual

Nationality: English

Currently residing in: London

Native language: Old English

Languages spoken: English, Old English

Relationship Status: Single (Having a complicated affair with Guinevere)


Born in Camelot, Lancelot was a noble Knight soaring above his peers in skill and valor, becoming the first of King Arthur’s Knights of The Round Table. After a time in the illustrious King’s service, he began to see Arthur for what he really was, a tyrant. Unrecorded in the history books, he rounded up the Knights and united them under his own banner and attempted a coup against the King. Quelled and forced into exile, the Knights could not stand against the might of Arthur and his sword Excalibur. Knowing of only one artifact that could rival the sword they collectively sought it out, the Holy Grail. Upon touching the artifact, Lancelot was transported into present day London to a research facility belonging to an unnamed corporation.

It’s explained that Lancelot was targeted at a specific moment in time as to when he found the Holy Grail. The intention of the company was to take the Grail from Lancelot and send him back with a wiped memory and a duplicate artifact. Things didn’t go accordingly to their plan and Lancelot slaughtered everyone in the room with swift precision. Somehow inheriting an understanding of modern day English through the use of the Grail, he used the technology of the Grail to retrieve the rest of the Knights and bring them to the future.

After a time Lancelot and the Knights established a corporation, becoming chairman and continuing on from the previous owners, under the guise of studying quantum dynamics. At first he dreamt of the future spoils he could savour being in this time period, but the singular thought of Arthur ruling over ‘his’ kingdom with the sword that ‘he’ should have pulled out of the stone angered him to the point of lusting to change time itself. Being the honourable Knight he was fabled to be, he set about a duel with Arthur. But knowing that the King would have Excalibur put him at a severe disadvantage, so he decisively pulled Arthur out of time at his one moment of weakness that could have him take Excalibur out the King’s hands. The moment he pulled it out of the stone.


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