Marius (Betrayal at Falador)

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This article is about the character in the novel. For the NPC in Burgh de Rott, see Marius.
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It is generally considered canon, unless contradicted in-game, in which case the game takes precedence.

Marius is a character in the first RuneScape novel, Betrayal at Falador. Marius was a squire of the white knights and rival of Squire Theodore, often challenging and mocking Theodore and his peon Bryant. However, after Bryant's death, supposedly by Sir Balladish Marius regretting his action, took back his challenge towards Theodore.

During the Siege of Falador he trained a group of volunteers to defend the cracks on the city wall, caused by the Chaos Dwarves' cannons.

He later accompanied Ebenezer and Sir Tiffy Cashien into the sewers below Falador in tracking Sir Erical, a retired knight falsely accused of treason, into the sewers below Falador. They found Sir Erical's body and were locked in by Sir Finistere, the true traitor. Sir Pallas, another retired knight, attempted to take on Sir Finistere, but in his poor physical condition he failed and was bested in combat and while dying clawed at the traitors belt taking a key which was handed to Sir Tiffy Cashien. After Ebenezer and Tiffy managed to open the door with Sir Pallas' sacrifice they chased the Traitor through the sewers and Marius, after Ebenezer created a light using runes, slew Sir Finistere with a sword to the stomach. He left the body in the sewers before returning to the surface to fight.

After the war, he was knighted for his contributions in the war, while his fellow squire Theodore was knighted separately in Varrock.