Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Ian MacGregor: Scottish for Villain
The better explanation is that in one of the earliest stories I did mentioning the Scarlet Knight, the creation of the armor was set in Arthurian times. And so since the red armor was in England, the black armor came from Scotland since if you've seen "Braveheart" you'd know they're mortal enemies. So I guess it made sense for the man who becomes the Black Dragoon to hail from Scotland.
I suppose you could consider this a spoiler, since there's supposed to be some mystery about who the Black Dragoon is, though I think it's kind of obvious. It's less obvious for our hero but then she doesn't have the benefit of all the evidence.
J is for Joubert Clan: A Family of Witches