Great(er) Pendragon Campaign
0 Glory = non-nobles. Only noble men and women have Glory .
Less than 1000: Squire, esquire, maid in waiting, page, etc.
1000: A Knight.
2000: “Respected,” having proven himself through deeds to his peers.
4000: “Notable,” known by all in his homeland region (Logres, Cambria, etc.), and one of the best in his Lord’s service.
8000: “Famous,” known throughout all in Britain, one of the best in the land, stands equal to a Round Table Knight if not a member, and sits at the High Table in any court save Camelot.
16,000: “Extraordinary,” known throughout Western Europe. Saxons landing fresh on the beaches of Britain and ambassadors from Rome have already heard of his prowess in battle.
32,000: “World Renown,” known by from Iceland to Babylonia. A character visiting distant Constantinople or Alexandria will find words of his deeds have preceded him.