Sir Justrain

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Sir Justrain was a former member of the White Knights in the first RuneScape novel, Betrayal at Falador.

Justrain was banished from the order for accusing a fellow knight of treason without evidence, although many senior knights including Sir Tiffy Cashien and Sir Amik Varze felt he was right in doing so. He lived the rest of his life in a small village in northern Asgarnia, where, unshackled from the bonds of the White Knights, he married an unnamed wife and fathered Kara-Meir, making a living as a woodsman. At some point, he gave Kara-Meir a ring gifted to him by the White Knight order.

Sir Finistere, a spy within the White Knight order, convinced the Kinshra commander Sulla to raid the village, as he worried Justrain would learn of his Kinshra involvement. Sulla led a group of soldiers to the settlement in the year 155 of the Fifth Age, resulting in the death of both Justrain and his wife. His daughter, though, did manage to escape, swearing revenge upon Sulla and the Kinshra.