I'm in the throes of "National Novel Writing Month" and I have a prince as my protagonist. He's very "hands on" and has a strong "if you want something done, do it yourself" attitude on the battlefield. He insists on being at the head of every charge, he sits in on every discussion of strategy with his generals, and so on. This is mainly because at court no one lets him lift a finger, so he's eager to show he is more than capable on his own and not a spoiled prince who doesn't know what he's talking about. What are some ways this particular character trait can be used against him other than the obvious "if something happens to him, the royal line is in trouble" angle.