A mage themed name that participated in the Tenth Crusade both as a combatant and a strategist. While Rogue Sorcerer is its’ better known name, some suspect, judging by the series of extra chapters centered around it, that the name is actually Charlatan.
The name is one, like those holding the Learn aspect, that while not holding a strong foundation, have no true upper limit in their power, mainly through its ability to Confiscate and Use the power of other magical figures, including the real Roland de Beaumarais, a talented mage, and the Count of Green Apples, a fae of the Autumn Court.
The Rogue Sorcerer who travels to different parts of the world instead of learning magic he pilfers it. He is a master escape artist going to great lengths to survive using the magics he has learned. The name seems to have come about as a form of defense against mages. The Named will steal their spells before they can harm the innocent and turn them back on the wicked enemies who cast them. A magic/roguish name stealth and subterfuge is where the name powers are truly at their peak. The names runs the risk of being infected by the same sorcerers that they have stolen. Based on the irises changing with each spell the essence of the magic that was stolen remains in the spells putting the Rogue Sorcerer at risk.
This name’s main capabilities are the abilities to steal and put to use the powers of others, an incredibly powerful set of aspects.