So after both reading and seeing the new Glamour rules in play, coming to find that while the idea of tying Avalon's Glamour to specific Knights is a neat idea, it just doesn't seem to really be all that memorable.
In the one campaign I'm in where we have a Glamour mage (an Inish bard), he actually found the "mantle of an Avalon Knight" to be a bit stiffling, especialy as Inismore has (going by the general fluff in the corebook) honored the Sidhe and the "old ways" even when Avalon itself had fallen under the sway of foreign powers.
Am thinking that as a house-rule, will probably remove the "select a Knight" and instead let a Glamour mage just pick their Major and Minor Traits (as well as having access to Luck Glamours), and while still limited to one Major Trait, may allow for two Minor Traits. I'd probably also drop the "knight's code," maybe replacing it with some kind of "honor the old ways" type of code instead. Frankly, given that Glamour magic trails behind in terms of power in contrast to the other sorcery types, I don't see having a 'code of conduct' being all that necessary for Glamour. That you need to seriously invest points into the Sorcery advantage to get more than a minimal effect, where a single rank in Sorcery for the other types gets you a pretty significant benefit without requiring further investment, is enough of a counter to the fact that Glamour magic doesn't really have any serious drawbacks to its usage.
Another notion could be to take a page from 1e and set-up the various "Legends" that 1e Glamour Mages could call upon in a similar manner to 2e's Knights, except that more than one person could be 'pledged' to a given Legend. Each Legend would denote one Major Trait, as well as one (or maybe even two) Minor Traits. That way, you've still got some degree of structure as opposed to just cherry-picking which Traits you want for Major and Minor. Might take a bit of work to line the old 1e Glamour Legends up with the 2e Glamour effects, but I'd say it's generally doable and still provides a "mantle" of sorts that the PC could claim (though not an exclusive one).
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