And The Stars, And the Earth
Constable of St. Martindale
Otto Armand superficially resembles the local squire, with his rotund figure and air of self-importance, but the differences end there. Armand takes himself and his duties as town constable, if anything, too seriously for a hamlet of barely more than 150 people. He keeps the jail cell (singular) scrupulously clean, polishes his sword and breastplate to a high gloss, and regularly reminds townsfolk to remain vigilant for threats. Sadly, Armand doesn’t seem to include exercise and physical fitness among his list of duties, perhaps feeling that such pedestrian qualities are better left to deputies (of which there are none). Fortunately, the real defense of St. Martindale lies in more capable hands.