Father Dewi
Full Name Father Dewi
Aliases Waterman
Culture Cymric
Region Sugales
Social Class Abbot
Gender Male
Father Dewi, also known as Waterman is the abbot of a Roman Christian monastery in Surgales.

Appearance and Personality Edit

Dewi (in English, David) is from Henfynew (in Sugales), of a very religious family. Years ago, he went on pilgrimage to the Holy Land and returned with sacred relics, including the altar Christ used at the Last Supper and a piece of the True Cross. More importantly, he brought back a desire to establish the monastic tradition of the desert hermits into his homeland.

He instituted a system of rigorous monasticism based upon the Order of the Black Monks, heedless of the fact that a regimen acceptable in a desert climate is extreme in damp and chilly Wales. He was called “Waterman” because he forbade all alcoholic beverages to his order. His order has attracted many followers and has spread from its corner of Cambria to Ireland, Cumbria, Cornwall, and Brittany.

History and Family Edit


History Edit


Spoke for the defence as part of King Uther's treason trial against Sir Aeron, Sir Elad, Sir Geriant, Sir Madog and Sir Rhodri. His impassioned speech led to the banishment of Merlin.