Lady Leigh, from Ultima VII
The attractive Lady Leigh was well accomplished in her field, and had numerous publications regarding the medical sciences to her name. She would speak, if asked, about a few of her fellow knights, talking about Horffe's human foster-parents and Denton's vast knowledge and sharp memory. She would also direct the hero to Lord John-Paul if they had not yet sought an audience with him, as she was vaguely aware that the castellan desired the Avatar's aid.
Should the hero meet with John-Paul and agree to assist him with an investigation into a statue of Lord British which had been vandalized on the Hold's grounds, the champion of the virtues could enlist Leigh's help in analyzing the blood found on an assortment of stone chips taken from the crime scene. The astute healer could concluded that the blood on the fragments was Gargish in origin, leading the hero to question the lone gargoyle in the keep, Sir Horffe.
- Like many characters in Serpent's Hold, Leigh is based on a character from the popular television show, Star Trek: The Next Generation. She resembles Commander Beverly Crusher, who serves as the ship doctor aboard the Enterprise.
- Leigh provided the scholar Anton with an overview of the various healers of Britannia for his Key to the Black Gate.
- Lady Leigh is the author of The Bioparaphysics of the Healing Arts. She also provides the forward to Creston's The Art of Field Dressing, in which she speaks about her predilection as a healer for proper bandaging.
Prices in Ultima VII were as follows:
- Lady Leigh. Underworld Dragon's Ultima VII Transcript. Ultima VII. "job, Denton, Horffe, John-Paul".
- Lady Leigh. Underworld Dragon's Ultima VII Transcript. Ultima VII. "gargoyle blood, examine chips".
- Morris, Andrew P. Ultima VII Clue Book (Ultima VII). Origin Systems, Inc.: 1992. Page 49.
- Lady Leigh. The Bioparaphysics of the Healing Arts (Ultima VII - in-game).
- Creston. The Art of Field Dressing (Ultima VII - in-game).