You are William Marshal (1146-1219), 1st Earl of Pembroke, knighted in 1166 and eulogised as the “best knight that ever lived”. You spent your youth on many misadventures and participated in (and won) competitions of skill and courage. As you age, your intelligence will inform good decisions to partner with the right people and take your career forward.
You’re very good at digesting information and applying it to your own advantage, as well as to the protection of those you feel responsible for. You’re the kind of wise knight that would be a signatory on the Magna Carta, ensuring peace while also achieving your own goals. Known for your self-restraint and compromising style, you would not only win wars, but you would also be a great statesman.