I couldn't miss the chance to practice my drawing!
If you fear for your safety, I suggest you run back to the guild and bemoan the world's frightfulness to the many brave souls who cower there. Ywain will doubtless consider it a supremely courageous act. Yet know that a lancer may forge true courage only in the midst of great danger.
Foulques is a Duskwight Elezen with dark gray skin and white hair. He wears horn scale mail, Hetairos Amguards, and Mythril Sollerets.
Personality EditFoulques is initially seen as arrogant, challenging and defeating members of the Lancer's Guild boasting over his victories. Although he puts up a front he is shown to be cowardly when facing a dangerous situation, either freezing up, or fleeing from the situation.
Foulques appears throughout the Lancer quests with a chip on his shoulder towards the guild. He argues that the lancers are "cowards" and that true courage can only be obtained in the heat of battle, in contrast to Ywain's insistence that it lies in composure and resolve. He frequently complicates the Guildmaster's training sessions for the Adventurer, often by making matters more difficult than intended, such as moving the stone of courage into the voidsent-infested Spirithold.
In spite of his bravado, he shows his true weakness when confronted by the Lord of the Bramble Patch, a giant boar used to test lancer's resolve. While the Adventurer remained steadfast in thew face of danger, Foulques was knocked down and left cowering.
In the final Lancer quest, Foulques had attacked a group of novice lancers in the Central Shroud, unleashing a pack of lindwurms. Tracking him to Alder Springs, the Adventurer confronts the deranged lancer, who reveals the truth behind his grudge: he had taken the fall for the theft of guild coffers, in which his accomplices betrayed him out despite agreeing to confess to the crime. Maddened with rage, the two engage in a fierce duel, which culminates in Foulques falling into a chasm.
Foulques appears in Palace of the Dead as an enemy known as a "Duskwight Lancer" muttering words he said before his death.