The Prairie Village Campaign: 4e
A self-styled "lord" of Fallcrest
”...the self-styled “lord” Armos Kamroth [is] a wealth landowner who collects rents from scores of farmers and herders living in the countryside nearby. Armos is a brusque, balding man of about fifty who makes a show of loaning money in good faith and exacting only what the law allows—but somehow he has quietly bought up dozens of free farms over the years and turned their owners into his tenants1.”
Armos is generally hated by the people of Fallcrest, who miss few opportunities to make fun of him, even butchering his name as “Amros Kamroth” or “Amroth Kamros.” To his face, however, they are all very respectful, as he is known for his harsh treatment of those who offend his sense of dignity. He has even gone so far as to have drawn-and-quartered a butler who opened and read without permission a private letter addressed to Armos.
1 Dungeons & Dragons Dungeon Master’s Guide, 4th Edition, p.204.