Register of Kingdom Nobles
A register of prominent noble houses of the Holy Kingdom of Faerghus.
This document is expressly for official use by the Church of Seiros.
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This house claims Blaiddyd of the 10 Elites as its ancestor. It has ruled
the Kingdom for over 400 years, ever since Loog, the King of Lions,
claimed victory in the War of the Eagle and Lion in 751. This secured
the Kingdom's independence from the Adrestian Empire, after which
Loog was crowned as its inaugural king by the Church of Seiros.
House Blaiddyd resides in Fhirdiad, the Kingdom Capital, claiming all of
the surrounding territory as its domain and many of the fiefdoms in the
north of Fódlan as its vassals. With the passing of King Lambert in 1176,
his older brother, Grand Duke Rufus of Itha, assumed the burden of
ruling the Kingdom in the young crown prince's stead. Even still,
strife and disorder continue to plague the land.
This house of dukes claims Fraldarius of the 10 Elites as its ancestor.
It is one of the most ancient houses on record, even amongst Kingdom
nobility. It is said that Kyphon, the sworn friend of Loog, the King
of Lions, was also related to the Hero Fraldarius.
This house of margraves claims Gautier of the 10 Elites as its ancestor.
Its territory lies in the northernmost reaches of the Kingdom. As such,
it has safeguarded Kingdom territory against incursions by the people
of the Sreng region for over 200 years.
This house of counts claims Charon of the 10 Elites as its ancestor.
Tasked with negotiating between the resistance armies and the Church
of Seiros during the War of the Eagle and Lion, the head of House
Charon continues the tradition of a ceremonial competition within
When House Daphnel, once a cornerstone of the Leicester Alliance,
was divided in two over an inheritance feud, half of them defected to
Faerghus and established House Galatea, which was granted the noble
title of count. Much of its territory consists of a frigid wasteland where
a severe famine occurred in the early 1170s.
A noble house that once held territory in the northern Empire. When the
Fortress City of Arianrhod was constructed within its domain, it revolted
against the Empire and pledged the entirety of its territory, including
Arianrhod, to the Holy Kingdom of Faerghus. For this contribution,
it was awarded the noble title of count.
This house originally held no more than a lordship over a single castle in
the west of the Kingdom, but it was awarded the noble title of viscount
for its great success in the subjugation of the Duscur region in 1176.
Afterwards, it was granted the Duscur region as its feudal estate.