Character Profile: Owen

Name: Owen Sanct, Owen Trapp (Modern AU)

Aliases/AKAs: Red Wolf, Sir Owen the Bottom, Sir Owen the Cocksucker, Sir Owen the Dauntless, Sir Owen the Pillow, Sir Owen the Probationary, Sir Ox

Title(s): Consort to the Prince of Dolovai, Knight of the Dolovin Order

Hair Colour: Red

Eye Colour: Brown

Height: 184 cm

Weight: 101 kg

Build: Stocky, muscular

Distinguishing Marks: A small birthmark on his lower back, small scar under his left nipple

Dick Size: Large

Relationships (Romantic and/or Sexual): Gavin ven Sancte and Sir Edwin the Stalwart (husbands)

Family Relationships: Ron (cousin), Grey Rain and Greg (sons), Oscar and Tina (parents), Twig (squire), Otto and Priscilla, Will and Liv, Tommy (uncles and aunts), Odin, Phoebe, Pierre, Willow, Louie (cousins), Lionel, Ophelia, Tanya, Thaddeus (grandparents), James (cousin’s husband) Gabrielle ven Sancte (sister-in-law), Franz DiGorre (brother-in-law), Gerard and Georgina ven Sancte (parents-in-law), Gloria Sanct (husband’s cousin), Dinner (horse), Drew, Eddie, Ian (husband’s servants)

Sexuality: Bisexual

Preferred Positions: All

Kinks: None

Orgies Attended: The Great Pelican Bay Orgy, The Stag Keep Orgy

Bio: Owen is the only son of two innkeepers in a central-eastern Dolovin village called Great Scar, where he was born. For most of his life Owen helped his parents at their inn, the Trapper’s Hunt, where he did all manner of chores from washing dishes to delivering mail to changing bedsheets and taking care of horses. When he was not helping at the inn, he was either taking sword lessons from his uncle Tommy with his favourite cousin Ron, or getting into trouble around town either on his own or with other local boys. Always filled with grand ideas about what his life was going to be like when he grew up, Owen left Great Scar when he heard there was a princess needing rescuing from a dragon, sure that with his basic sword training and no armour or weapons he could save and marry her. Prior to leaving, Owen trained his cousin Otis to do all his chores at the inn so his parents would not be left to do it all themselves. Then he set out on his quest to find his destiny (and have sex).


  • Owen sends money to his parents regularly
  • He is quite wealthy independent of Gavin’s money because of looted dragon gold that Gavin invested for him. He does not entirely realize how much money he has
  • He wields an as-yet-unnamed sword of dragon bone, and a large, two-handed broadsword called Little Sword, occasionally at the same time. Little Sword was given to him as a gift after saving a dog named Dragon. Owen uses it to prove he can
  • Owen is afraid of thunder
  • Like all his family, Owen has been fluent in Dolovin sign language since his cousin Phoebe was discovered to be deaf when Owen was nine
  • He hopes to run into his cousin Ron on his travels someday
  • Owen does not quite realize that his libido is unnaturally high
  • He is a very straightforward thinker who prefers to solve problems in as little steps as possible, usually with one step that is just him hitting something. This often works for him
  • Owen loves Gavin more than anything, but if you ask him he’ll tell you that doesn’t mean he loves Edwin less
  • Owen is easily upset by injustice and has always done everything in his power to stop it, starting with the time he was five and tackled a pickpocket who stole from a patron at the inn, but then gave the pickpocket his lunch because he was hungry


  • “Is chivalry such a new concept for you?”
  • “Shamed and alive is better than honourable and dead.”
  • “I have a bit of a dragon thing.”
  • “Duty and honour in the same sentence? Sounds serious. Unfortunately, I’m under orders to beat all of you.”
  • “I’ll try to remember that. Little sword goes in dragon, big sword goes in Gavin.”
  • “Piracy? I…think it’s bad and we should try not to have it?”
  • “I have a sword made of a dragon.”
  • “You know, I think if I hadn’t killed your dad we could have been friends.”
  • “Listen. Angels and demons. You guys are going to fight. And I get that. It’s like me and dragons. It’s a natural enminitity. Enemity. Enmity, that’s it.”
  • “Trust me. I’ve never died before, right?”
  • “God is a bit much, but you can just call me sir.”
  • “Orgasms are good for your health.”
  • “I vow to never, ever stop loving you, not even if the world ends around us.”
  • “Hey, I’m a horny dad.”


  • Owen has grown over ten centimeters since he left on his journey
  • He has lost clothing consistently ever since he was a child. It used to be a problem, but now Gavin just quietly replaces whatever he’s misplaced without comment
  • He once ate half a leather boot because another kid dared him to
  • When he was eight Owen got kicked by a horse, which fortunately only grazed him but cracked three of his ribs
  • When he was twelve he got his dick stuck in a tree
  • Owen has recurring dreams of being a cow
  • He has a serious peanut allergy
  • His current orgasm record is twenty in one day
  • Up until Ron left, he used to let Ron win things frequently
  • When in the capital he always carries coins with him to give to beggars
  • No matter how comfortable the bed or nice the bedroom, Owen’s favourite place to sleep is outside
  • He is a very competent cook because of his experience in the inn, but tends to make enough food for thirty people

Modern AU: Modern Owen helps out at his parents’ bed and breakfast, which he assumes he will be inheriting someday. He played football for a few years, but ended up joining the soccer team recently after meeting Gavin, and now plays forward. The fact that Gavin likes all the wrong sports teams and that Owen’s family all hate Gavin’s father are two major points of contention in their relationship (the former moreso than the latter). When not working or at school, he is often seen in gyms, at sporting events, at fancy rich people events in a suit he didn’t pay for or, on two different and unrelated occasions, in a public park wearing nothing but someone else’s underwear.

4 thoughts on “Character Profile: Owen

  1. I love how oblivious he is to just how ordinary he isn’t. Owen, you’re an independently wealthy dragon slayer with the sex drive of (at least) ten men: you wouldn’t qualify as normal even if you weren’t married to the prince and banging the only one of his knights to have an honest-to-goodness angel-granted holy sword.

    Also, I’m curious about that birthmark: it seems like the sort of thing that would be Significant.


    1. For all that Owen grew up hoping that he’d be the main character in a story, he does remain charmingly oblivious to how special he actually is. It’s something I like about him. 🙂

      It is very possible that the birthmark is Significant…but we’ll see. I will say it’s a trait of his that I’ve known about for a long time even if it’s never been mentioned in the story (because he can’t see it so he doesn’t think about it). 😀



  2. I meant to comment earlier but I’m excited for these character profiles! And incidentally as someone who often struggles with Anglo-Saxon units in fics, I’m thrilled to find sensible measurements like centimetres and kilograms 😉


    1. I’m glad you’re excited! I am too, haha.

      As a Canadian I felt honour-bound to do the measurements in a system that actually makes sense. I’m glad to have an ally in that!

      Thanks, and you can look forward to Gavin’s profile next Wednesday! 😀


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