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Rupert Chatwin was an English Magician and the oldest of the Chatwin Children, the central characters of the Fillory and Further book series, written by Christopher Plover. He is the former High King of Fillory.

Biography

Early Life

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During World War II, Rupert was enlisted to aid against the Axis Powers. After he sustained an injury, he returned home for the summer, where he and his siblings discovered Fillory, where they became royalty.

Life after Fillory

"Most of them grew up to be pretty boring. Housewives and insurance magnates and whatnot. I think one of the boys married an heiress. I know one got killed in World War Two."
Alice Quinn[src]

After Fillory no longer accepted him, Rupert married and purchased a large house in Penzance before he was drafted into the British Army in 1939. He was deployed to North Africa as part of the 7th Armored Division, where he fought in the Battle of El Alamein in August 1942. He petitioned Ember and Umber for power during the Battle of the Bulge in 1945, allowing him to use the Rhinemann Ultra to win World War II.

Magic and Abilities

  • Magician: Rupert attended Brakebills University, where he learned how to harness the arcane force of the universe.
    • Battle Magic: Rupert was taught battle magic by Bigby and was able to cast the Rhinemann Ultra, a powerful battle magic spell, to win the Battle of the Bulge in 1945 and end the Second World War.

Relationships

Family

Allies

Enemies

Appearances

Appearances for Rupert Chatwin

In chronological order:

Trivia

  • Rupert and Fiona were the only ones among the Chatwins, who believed in Ember and Umber in Fillory and in Jesus Christ on Earth (Jane, Helen, and Martin refused to believe in a god who had never given them castles, nor showed them magical gardens).

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