British - Son of Vortigern and Renwein. When Vortigern was killed by Aurelius, Renwein arranged for Ambron to poison Aurelius. In another version, Paschent fled to Hibernia and later invaded Cambria with an army provided by the chieftain, Gilloman, who was angry because Merlin had stolen the stones of the Giant's Ring. Paschent sent one of his men, Eopa, to penetrate the court in disguise where he found Aurelius ill and poisoned him. Uther defeated Paschent's forces, killing both him and Gilloman. Also referred to as Paschent.

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