Realm History

13-36-3
Vanished into history with no members remaining.
13-4-1
Rulership disputed after the death of Dorian Halfhaven, who left no heir.
13-3-6
Fëanor Halfhaven has abdicated and handed control of the realm to Dorian Halfhaven.
12-59-3
Dorian Halfhaven has fallen to slumberblight and thus left the office of Tanist.
11-32-1
Alberich Erviw has died and thus left the office of Knight-Banneret.
11-1-5
Alistair Lonmouth has died and thus left the office of Knight-Banneret.
10-50-5
Dorian Halfhaven has fallen to slumberblight and thus left the office of Tanist.
9-14-3
Founded by Caspian Flambard as a subrealm of Emperor's Largess with rulership granted to Fëanor Halfhaven.

The Duchy of the Northmen

Name
Northmen
Designation
Duchy
Capital
-
Rulers
  • -
Official Language
English

Northmen is a part of Erstes Imperium.

Realms that are a part of Northmen: Inactive realms that are aprt of Northmen:

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Realm Details

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Realm Positions

Duke / Duchess

The Count of Havengate is also the Lord of House Halfhaven, who watches over the misty roads leading from Slumberstone to the reach of the North Marches.


Holders:
  • nobody

Tanist

The heir of House Halfhaven is the Tanist of the House.


Holders:
  • nobody

Knight-Banneret

A Knight-Banneret of Havengate is a knight that has through good service to the County earned the right to hold lands and lead his own troops into battle under his own banner.


Holders:
  • nobody

Diplomatic Relations To Other Realms

Realm Description

Lying in the misty fields between Slumberstone and the North Marches, you can see the town of Havengate from a mile away through the mist from its myriad of lights. It is a safe haven in the mists for travelers going northward, and the Count keeps vigil on this part of the frontier for invaders.

In the wake of the exile of the noble Flambards, the Halfhavens have taken up the mantle to lead what remains of the Duchy of the Northmen. Customs here are a mix of Rathgar/Lowland and Ascalonian influence. While the Lowlands are typically despised due to the years of almost constant warfare they are more open than usual to interaction. More than once a man (or woman) of the Lowlands has visited and served the Lords of the North of Ascalon.