Sir Pallas

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Sir Pallas was a retired and infirm White Knight in the first RuneScape novel, Betrayal at Falador. Sir Pallas was living in the Falador Almshouse for many years after retiring from service, when the retired knights were called out of retirement in order to train the recruits as part of a plot to catch a traitor. He was eliminated as a suspect following the deaths of the peon Bryant and Sir Balladish, as it was believed Sir Balladish was the traitor. When the matron assigned to look after Kara-Meir was poisoned, Sir Pallas was not considered to be the traitor due to his infirmities making it impossible for him to have killed Bryant and Sir Balladish.

When Squire Marius, Temple Knight Sir Tiffy Cashien and the alchemist Ebenezer tracked the believed traitor Sir Erical to the Falador Sewers, Sir Pallas followed. When the Kinshra traitor Sir Finistere trapped the three of them, Sir Pallas challenged Sir Finistere to a hopeless duel to prevent him from getting away. His sacrifice bought Ebenezer enough time to break out of the trap, whereby they killed Sir Finistere.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • His name is a pun on the word "surplus".