Chauncey Willow was the brother of Mercer Willow and a proponent of the Spring Campaign.


Chauncey was a heavyset man with a balding head of brunette hair. He had a thick mustache and a naked chin that was considered weak by many. He was so fat that it was said two suits of armor made one for him, and he had to helped onto his horse before battle.


Chauncey was one of the loudest detractors to Wilhelm Albrecht's vision for Blackmarsh and later became one of the first to draw steel against him. Although he saw very little combat, he was present at Umber's Crossing and later fought a bout during the Battle of Willow.

Sir Geoffrey Albrecht, a trained knight, made short work of him. He retreated to his castle and promised not to commit any more forces to the war.