The difference between Panyit and Buzad II is extreme but they both seem to have been a little nutty.
Buzad II - Saint (or close enough)
1209 - Count of Gyor
1222 - Count of Pozsony (now Bratislava in Slovakia)
1225 - Count of Vas
1226 - Ban (Duke/Viceroy) of Slavonia (now Croatia). According to law of the Kingdom, the Bans were considered "Barons of the Realm."
1233 - Renounces secular privileges to become a monk in the Dominican Order.
1241 - enthusiastically insists on being martyred and encourages his followers to do the same during the Mongol Invasion and is consequently burnt at the stake.
1242 (or sometime thereafter) - Beatified as a 'Martyr' by Catholic Church.
Read more about him here.
Panyit - Definitely Sinner
1254 - Captures and imprisons his neighbor in order to take over his estate. Is fined 30 denari (silver coins) by King Bela IV for forgery and violent actions.
1254 - That same year the castle folk on his estate rebel against him for cruel treatment and disrespecting thier rights and he suppresses the revolt.
1260 - Panyit harasses his neighboring nobles and King Bela confiscates his lands. Panyit flees and joins Bela's son, Stephen V who is Duke of Transylvania. In exchange for his support, Stephen promises to restore Panyit's estates.
1263-64 - Stephen, with help from Panyit, forces his father to cede power to him of lands east of the Danube and is crowned as 'junior king' but when Stephen invades the lands of his sister, Anna, Bela IV gives her troops. She takes command of the army and wins her lands back from her brother.
1266 - A treaty reconciling the father and son kings, specifies that Panyit will be granted amnesty in exchange for promising not to trespass against other landowners.
1267 - Panyit is up to his old tricks again and captures the land of the neighboring family, the Jaks. On September 15 a court of six nobles including his own cousin denounce him for being "disruptive and a common bandit."
1268 - To avoid being imprisoned Panyit returns lands to the Jak brothers so King Bela gives him back some of his estates.
1269 - But it seems Panyit can't stop causing trouble and his soldiers invade adjacent estates, murder serfs and cut out the tongue of a relative of the Jaks.
1270 - Bela IV dies and Stephen V, former ally of Panyit, is crowned. After investigating the allegations agains Panyit, the the new king orders him to a "trial by combat" to take place on October 6 but Panyit avoids this by paying out 170 denari to his enemies in compensation for murder and property damages.
1272 - He hands over additional estates to the Jaks as compensation.
After this last transaction Panyit remains quiet and no more history is told of him, much to the relief of the new king no doubt.
You can read more about him here.