One of the Knights of the Round Table from the Legend of King Arthur. His class is Saber, but he is often summoned as an Archer due his renown with a bow. The tale of Tristan and Iseult, the woman he loved, is a legend boasting outstanding popularity in Europe.
Height & Weight
186cm ・ 78kg
Legend of King Arthur
No matter what he does, he seems sad - and beautiful.
Tristan is a child born from Rivalen (King of Leonois) and Blancheflor, the younger sister of Mark, prince of Cornwall. However, his environment made fitting to call him a ｢Child of Sadness｣. To begin with, his father Rivalen died in battle without ever being able to see Tristan's face. His mother Blancheflor died post partum, soon after naming the boy Tristan and entrusting him to a loyal subordinate of Rivalen, Loire.
Afterwards, Tristan became a knight that served under his uncle, King Mark. Tristan served the king as a good knight--- and the king too had a deep trust in this handsome knight,
But, one day, Tristan fell in love with a woman named Iseult. No, he was made to fell in love.
The tragedy probably lied in the fact that Iseult was the woman who King Mark loved and vowed to marry. Before long, thanks to the admonition of King Mark's courtiers who envied Tristan, he was forced to leave the royal court.
Afterwards, he came to marry a woman who had the same name of Iseult by coincidence, but still his feelings for the past Iseult only grew stronger.
Eventually, Tristan collapsed due to being poisoned in a certain battle and, on verge of death, wished to meet with Iseult. ｢A white sail if she comes. A black sail if she does not───｣ Upon seeing the boat carrying Iseult, Tristan's wife Iseult whispered the following. ｢A boat with black sails is coming this way｣ The tale of Tristan was put to an end by means of a modest treachery (lie) towards a husband who, despite taking a wife, never tried to love her.