It is the 8th century and Europe is a land of heroes, myths, magic and monsters
and the great Emperor Charlemagne reigns over all. But his vast domain is threatened by a holy war against the invading Moors. The Emperor is aided in his struggle by a body of great Paladins, legendary knights of fabulous strength, unparalled skills and unassailable virtue. Not the least of these fabled Paladins is Lady Bradamant of Clairmont, of that same house that produced Roland, the greatest of all the knights who have ever lived. He is her cousin and among her brothers, all knights in Charlemagne's service as well, she counts Richard, Renaud, Wilhelm, Alard and Reinhold, her twin. But as great as these men are, Lady Bradamant is closest to the Emperor's heart.

The only female knight in the service of the great Emperor , Lady Bradamant is no less skillful, powerful or resourceful than any ofher brothers, and her gleaming white armor and golden lance are famed throughout the length and breadth of war-torn Europe. She is well on her way to defeating the invading Saracen hordes when something happens to make her doubt her loyalty to her emperor, her family and her God . . .
It is the 8th century and Europe is a land of heroes, myths, magic and monsters
and the great Emperor Charlemagne reigns over all. But his vast domain is threatened by a holy war against the invading Moors. The Emperor is aided in his struggle by a body of great Paladins, legendary knights of fabulous strength, unparalled skills and unassailable virtue. Not the least of these fabled Paladins is Lady Bradamant of Clairmont, of that same house that produced Roland, the greatest of all the knights who have ever lived. He is her cousin and among her brothers, all knights in Charlemagne's service as well, she counts Richard, Renaud, Wilhelm, Alard and Reinhold, her twin. But as great as these men are, Lady Bradamant is closest to the Emperor's heart.

The only female knight in the service of the great Emperor , Lady Bradamant is no less skillful, powerful or resourceful than any ofher brothers, and her gleaming white armor and golden lance are famed throughout the length and breadth of war-torn Europe. She is well on her way to defeating the invading Saracen hordes when something happens to make her doubt her loyalty to her emperor, her family and her God . . .
COMPENDIUM
BRADAMANTIA
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