(Accession) Beldine, Just Sovereign


Beldine's political maneuvers united the surroundings principalities, bringing them under his command. The rulers of each land could not help but consent to his fair and honorable command. He took the throne as he recalled the ideals he often spoke of with his old friend before his death. "We must do away with status, and allow all to think for themselves." He swore on his fallen ally's sword to make their dream a reality.


See Beldine, Just Sovereign.

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Sovereign is a monarch, a king, a queen or other noble person who has supreme power or authority over the land.

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