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Galand was a renowned Bretonnian Grail Knight, Duke of Aquitaine and son of the legendary Red Duke.


After the Red Duke's transformation into a vampire, his wife the Duchess of Aquitaine threw herself from atop the tallest tower of their castle. King Louis the Righteous, still mourning his fallen brother discovered that the Duchess had given birth to a son before her death. Louis saw this as a chance to atone for the mistakes his brother had made as a monster, the young noble was named Galand and was raised to become a good and noble knight.

After many heroic feats, Galand encountered The Lady and was finally allowed to sup from the grail, making him a fearsome Grail Knight. With this final proof of Galand's purity, King Louis consented to his marriage to his daughter, thereby restoring his brothers bloodline and rule over Aquitaine. The new Duke would become renowned as a powerful warrior and one of Bretonnia's greatest heroes during his long lifetime.

Eventually, when Galand's extended lifespan came to an end, he was buried in a magnificent tomb on Ceren Field. Even in death Galand still protected those lands, for he was a Grail Knight and his tomb shone with a nimbus of holy energy that proved deadly to the undead. When Galand's vampiric father returned centuries later, the Red Duke would discover the tomb to be his undoing, The power of Galand's aura sent out a blast which decimated many of the undead, helping destroy the Red Dukes lieutenant, The Dark Knight.

Enraged, the Red Duke stormed into the now still tomb and discovered a Prophetess within, she mockingly told him of his folly, that Galand was his own son and heir. The vampire murdered the woman in a fit of rage and then attempted to call out to Galand's spirit, fleeing from the tomb at Galand's response, howling with despair.


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Units Battle Pilgrim - Bretonnian Lord - Bretonnian Squire - Bretonnian Wizard - Grail Damsel - Grail Knight - Grail Reliquae - Knight Errant - Knight of the Realm - Men-at-Arms - Paladin - Peasant Bowmen - Pegasus Knight - Prophetess - Questing Knight - Trebuchet
Characters Adalhard - Agilgar - Agravain de Beau Quest - Alberic - Aloys de Montjoie - Amalric of Gaudaron - Armand d'Aquitaine - Balderin Beastslayer - Balduin - Bagrian - Beren - Bertrand - Bohemond Beastslayer - Bruno Malvoisin - Calard of Garamont - Carleond - Cassyon - Chilfroy - Corduin - Corentin - Eleanor de Quenelles - Escargot - Fastric Ghoulslayer - Florin d'Artaud - Folcard - Folgar - Francois le Noir - Fredemund - Galand - Galeron & Joinville - Gaston de Beau Geste - Geg - Genevieve Dieudonné - Gilles le Breton - Gilon - Gui le Gros - Guillaume (king) - Guillaume de Grenouille - Gundehar - Hagen - Henri Lamorte - Henri le Massif - Hermit Knight of Malmont - Huebald - Iselda - Jasperre le Beau - Jaques de Beaumarchais - Jerrod - Jonquille de Brionne - Jules le Jongleur - Laudethaire - Katerina de Hansebourg - Knight of the Perilous Lance - Lambard - Landuin - Laroche - Laudethaire - Leofric Carrard - Louen Leoncoeur - Louis the Righteous - Louis Rochelle - Lucus - Malfleur - Maldred of Mousillon - Mallobaude - Maraulf - Marcus - Marianna Chevaux - Martrud - Merovech - Morgiana le Fay - Odo d'Outremer - Panteleon - Phillipe d'Artaud - Pitre Fonce - Rademund - Red Duke - Reolus - Repanse de Lyonesse - Reynard le Chasseur - Roland le Marechal - Sir Dagobert - Sir DuClaw - Sir Richemont - Suliman le Saracen - Tancred I - Tancred II - Taubert - Theodoric - Theudric - Thierulf - Tristan de la Tour - Tristan le Troubadour - Viscount d’Alembençon
Dukedoms Aquitaine - Aquitaine - Artois - Bastonne - Bordeleaux - Brionne - Carcassonne - Gisoreux - L'Anguille - Lyonesse - Montfort - Mousillon - Parravon - Queneles
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