History of Elweir's Princes

NameDates of their reignNotes
Symkin739-755Symkin was a simple man who preferred the rural life over city life. He is remembered for the purchase of Symkin’s Lake
Finch755-759Finch dove from Founding Stone Bridge during a Prince’s Day celebration, claiming he could swim like a fish, and then promptly drowned.
Blote759-783Blote liked to drink but is remembered most for devaluing Elweir’s currency.
Dutton785-837Dutton ruled well into his dotage; in the weeks before he died, he grew convinced that someone was stealing his liver (his favorite food) from his plate and insisted Elweir be turned upside down in search of the thieves.
Dovlyn837-864The official records state that Dovlyn died in his sleep, but everyone knows there were also six women in bed with him when he died. Dovlyn never married, but had many sons. Hasherd was named heir, much to the consternation of The Fifty.
Hasherd864-907Hasherd obsessed over discovering his mother’s identity, but never did. Many claimed to be his mother, since it would have entitled the women to live in [[Gold’s Reside | Gold’s Reside]], but all claims were proven false and some were absolutely ridiculous – the most ridiculous being the cow herder’s old wife who claimed Hasherd was the son of one of her cows.
Granger907-940Granger married Hasherd’s daughter, Miki, and as the former Prince’s sole son-in-law became Prince upon Hasherd’s death. Granger would never say what land he hauled from.
Forlyn940-976Forlyn insisted on traveling only is a carriage and would go no place in Elweir where he couldn’t ride in one (like Lowtown)
Mehki976-1000The Bandit Lords killed Mehki, Prince Summerset’s grandfather in 1000 VA, and only returned his head.
Fife1000-1021Fife paid the Bandit Lords ransom.
Prince Summerset1021-Prince Summerset signed the treaty with Duke Lothar Coeur

History of Elweir's Princes

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