Monarchs - Rises and Falls

       Asharon, 1st Earl of Rhondisfarne (Reign: 111-140) (Lifespan: 80-140)

  •         Reyn, 2nd Earl of Rhondisfarne (140-158) (113-158)
  •         Willem, 3rd Earl of Rhondisfarne (158-201) (135-201)
  •         Deron, 4th Earl of Rhondisfarne (201-213) (167-235)

o   Deron I, King of Rhondisfarne (213-235)

  •         Edwin I (235-258) (198-258)

o   As the King and his Prince Consort had no children, the throne passed to his sister’s eldest child, Anne

  •         Anne I (258-268) (223-268)
  •         Rickard I (268-318) (253-318)

o   As the King and his Prince Consort had no children, the throne passed to his brother’s eldest child, Edwin

  •         Edwin II (318-339) (288-350)
  •         Anne II (339 AB-400) (327-400)

o   Queen Anne II was the fifth child of Edwin II. All of her elder siblings died in the Night of Broken Glass. She came to the throne at the age of twelve and ruled for sixty-four years

  •         Edwin III (400-417) (347-417)
  •         Willem I (417-435) (369-437)
  •         Vicaria I (435-437, 440-445) (400-445)

o   St. Vicaria of the Blessed Wilderness

  •         Leyton I (437-440) (402-440)

o   Hanged in the year 440 for insurrection and treason at the conclusion of the Sisters’ War

  •         Daven I (445-459) (425-459)

o   Banished to the Wilderness at the age of ten and became Regent for his mother, Vicaria I, for the second stage of her reign

o   Ruled throughout The Terror (448-459)

  •         Anne III (459-506) (445-506)

o   Tiberion, the Black Prince (464-496)

o   The throne passed to her granddaughter, Vicaria II, after her son died in battle

  •         Vicaria II (506-556) (490-556)

o   The Short Regency, a period of three months between the death of Anne III and the age of majority for her heir, Vicaria II

  •         Ashara I (536-572) (507-572)
  •         Vicaria III (572-601)  (529-601)

o   Century of the Four Queens: A period of exponential growth in the arts and culture of the Kingdom of Rhondisfarne that laid the foundation for what would become the Kingdom of Agraine (459-601)

o   As the Queen and her Princess Consort had no children, the throne passed to her brother’s eldest child, Edwin

  •         Edwin IV (601-623) (560-623)
  •         Phillippe I (623-658) (585-658)
  •         Vicaria IV (658-662) (602-662)
  •         Thorold I (662-702) (630-702)

o   Harold, Prince of Rhondisfarne (654-699) died at the age of fifty-six, three years before his father, with the throne passing to Harold’s daughter, Anne

  •         Anne IV (702-745) (675-742)
  •         Deron II (742-794) (700-794)

o   Called Deron the Great and Deron the Unifier

o   King of Agraine

o   As the King and his Prince Consort had no children, the throne passed to his brother’s eldest child, Deron

  •         Deron III (794-819) (750-819)
  •         Bernard I (819-850) (771-850)
  •         Anne V (850-872) (798-872)

o   Signed the Accords of 868 that allowed peasants to bring charges against nobleborn in a court of law and listed punishments for certain offenses, such as rape and murder

  •         Marion I (872-911) (839-911)

o   Led the Marion Reforms that consolidated the military into a streamlined force that fought for Agraine, not for the individual states

  •         Edwin V (911-956) (880-956)
  •         Edwin VI (956-958) (901-958)
  •         Rickard II (958-958) (925-958)
  •         Edwin VII (958-958) (927-958)
  •         Thorold II (958-958) (929-958)

o   Year of the Four Kings: When a deadly strain of plague swept through the Kingdom, the royal family was not immune. The throne passed from Edwin VI to his three sons, Rickard II, Edwin VII, and Thorold II, and finally to his only surviving child, Ashara

  •         Ashara II (958-995) (933-995)
  •         Bernard II (995-1010) (962-1010)
  •         Willem II (1010-1030) (1000-1081)

o   St. Willem of the Greystone Tower

o   The Abdication Crisis of 1030 occurred when Willem II, King of Agraine, abdicated the throne in favor of his infant son, choosing to live the rest of his life at a monastery and devote his life to the gods, which began the Long Regency

  •         Willem III (1029-1045) (1029-1045)

o   King in name only; served under a regency his entire life until his death at sixteen

o   Had one illegitimate son born just before his death

  •         Willem IV (1045-1111) (1045-1111)

o   Called Willem the Bastard

o   Signed the Accords of 1068

  •         Anne VI (1111-1150) (1076-1150)
  •         Marion II (1150-1172) (1094-1172)

o   As the Queen and her Princess Consort had no children, the throne passed to her eldest brother’s child, Edwin

  •         Edwin VIII (1172-1178) (1120-1178)

o   As the King and his Prince Consort had no children, the throne passed to his sister’s eldest child, Rickard

  •         Rickard III (1178-1210) (1155-1210)
  •         Anne VII (1210-1220) (1178-?)

o   Disappeared from the Castle at Rhondisfarne and was never seen again

  •         Marion III (1220-1267) (1201-1267)

o   As the Queen and her Princess Consort had no children, and she was an only child, the throne passed to her first cousin, Willem

  •         Willem V (1267-1270) (1203-1270)

o   As the Ruler was unmarried, and had no children, legitimate or illegitimate, and a number of third cousins, the Succession Crisis began

  •         The Hollow Regency (1270-1272)
  •         Katerina I (1272-1273, 1274) (1247-1309)
  •         Deron IV (1273-1274) (1256-1274)
  •         Vicaria V (1274-1320) (1255-1309)

o   St. Vicaria of the Bowery

o   As the Ruler and their Princess Consort had no children, the throne passed to their brother’s eldest child, Marion

  •         Marion IV (1309-1351) (1290-1351)
  •         Tiberion I (1351-1401) (1324-1401)

o   Led the Royal Agrainian Corps in battle against the combined armies of Irie and Wallis, earning tribute in victory

  •         Thorold III (1401-1406) (1344-1406)
  •         Anne VIII (1406-1430) (1372-1430)
  •         Willem VI (1430-1456) (1392-1456)
  •         Willem VII (1456-1490) (1415-1490)

o   Reyn, Princess of Agraine (1430-1481) died of natural causes in her lover’s bed at the age of fifty-one

  •         Rickard IV (1490-1502) (1452-1502)
  •         Marion V (1502-1544) (1480-1544)

o    Began the Seventy Years’ War in 1520

  •         Deron V (1544-1558) (1518-1558)
  •         Tiberion II (1558-1572) (1540-1572)
  •         Anne IX (1572-1587) (1559-1587)
  •         Vicaria VI (1587-1660) (1580-1660)

o   Ended the Seventy Years’ War in 1593

  •         Edwin IX (1660-1683) (1610-1683)

o   Tiberion, Prince of Agraine (1632-1652) son of Edwin IX

o   Anne, Princess of Agraine (1650-1667), daughter of Tiberion, Prince of Agraine

  •         Bernard III (1683-1748) (1667-1748)

o   Great-grandson of Edwin IX

o   Called Bernard the Great

o   Conquered Irie, Steys, and Wallis before the end of his reign (sixty-five years)

  •         Thorold II (1748-1776) (1728-1776)

o   Killed in Cormac’s Folly, which jump started the War of the Half-Penny King

  •         Sigrid I (1776-) (1759-)

o   Led the war against Irie in the early years of her reign

o   Signed the Accords of 1779, which ended the war

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