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Baron Montserrat is the unnamed, former head of the Montserrat family. His position though has since been taken by his youngest son Philip Dayton L'Eyre Montserrat.

Appearance

The baron was described to have an anemic face, but can easily redden when infruiated.

Personality

A serious individual, concern with the realistic methods in preserving his household. He appears to also hold a grudge, as he had not forgotten that the Sorcerer King was responsible for the death of his oldest son.

Background

The senior Montserrat was a baron of small demesne in the Re-Estize Kingdom. At one point he fathered three sons, among them, was Philip being the youngest. His second son had died of illness, allowing Philip to take his place as the family’s spare.

Chronology

The Ruler of Conspiracy Arc

Main article: The Ruler of Conspiracy Arc

The head of the family, having lost his eldest son during the Annual War, elevated his youngest Philip to be his successor.

To help his son make his debut as a noble, he managed to gain an invitation for a party hosted by the Royal family. He allowed Philip to attend the royal party to welcome the envoy, Albedo.

When his son returned back to his estate, he was furious at Philip’s actions in befriending an emissary from the Sorcerer Kingdom. He scolds him for trying to befriend the kingdom that killed his older brother rather than deepening his relationship with the Count and other nobles. Philip refutes his father that the Sorcerer Kingdom is a powerful ally and doesn't want to draw their domain into a mess. His worries are not placated when Philip assures his father that he was recognized by the Count. He also feels even more unsure when he learns about his son’s support from Hilma Cygnaeus to host a ball for Albedo.[1]

The Witch of the Falling Kingdom Arc

Main article: The Witch of the Falling Kingdom Arc

Philip eventually succeeded his father as a baron of the family territory. After gaining his newfound power, Philip wanted to fire those who had been under his family’s employ for a long time and just keep his subordinates at hand, his father’s fervent rejection of that proposal made him give up.[2]

Abilities and Powers

A minor noble, the patriarchy of the family was subordinate to a Count. He once owned a suit of full plate armor passed down from his ancestors. It was given to his eldest son for the Annual was but was lost during the Massacre at Katze Plains.

Relationships

Philip Dayton L'Eyre Montserrat

Philip’s father had no faith in his abilities at all. He felt that if he had tried to introduce himself to the other members of his faction in the normal manner, he would mess something up.

During the course of his son's ascendance into his former position as Baron, the former Baron Monsterrat is shown to constantly try to advise and help his son with his new duties as Baron and teach him how to properly managed their domain. But due to Philip's immense ego,arrogance and willful rejection of his father's competent advice, Baron Montserrat is shown to have completely given up in helping him.

Trivia

  • This character’s name and noble rank was not revealed until Overlord Volume 14.
  • The former head of the family was still alive and occasionally advised his incompetent son.

Quotes

  • (To his son): "You, you idiot!"

References

  1. Overlord Volume 10 Chapter 2: Re-Estize Kingdom
  2. Overlord Volume 14 Chapter 1: An Unexpected Move

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