Lobar the Wolf


Lobar the Wolf was the leader of a troupe of Brabançon mercenaries which had fought in numerous battles all across Europe in the latter half of the twelfth century. Lobar was active in southern France serving Raymond V of Toulouse and his allies and was consequently labeled a heretic by Catholic authorities. He succeeded William of Cambrai after the latter’s death in the Battle of Malemort in 1177. On the same day as Cambrai died, Lobar and the viscount of Turenne led an assault on the town of Ségur and sacked it.

Perhaps his life was magically lengthened, or another man took his name, but the man known as Lobar the Wolf was killed by Melita of Bonisagus during the story The Wolf Brought to Heel.


Lobar the Wolf

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