The Terror

The time in exile was not kind to her young son, who would serve as Regent to his mother for the rest of her short life, as she was prone to fits of catatonia. When he came to the throne under slightly suspicious circumstances, he embarked on a wave of suspicion and espionage, convinced there were powers at work seeking to remove him from the throne. Those fourteen years are referred to as The Terror, when all of the nobles who supported Leyton, and some who did not, were put to death in increasingly violent ways.

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