TIME TABLE OF THE THARANIAN KING MARZEVASH "THE ADAMANT"

YEARS 78 B.S. - 12 B.S.

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About King Marzevash "the Adamant"
hile Marzevash (78 b.S.-3 b.S.) initally is perceived as a positive, straightforward and inspiring figure throughout the kingdom, his ambitions will soon get the better of him and he earns the name "the Adamant" for his persistence to achieve his goals, regardless of the costs. Marzevash works diligently on strengthening the ties with the Sarvonian Alliance and brings unforeseen wealth to the kingdom. Yet, his envy on the successes of Aelric, the Tharanian Ambassador to the Alliance, grows in all the years. When Aerlic is assassinated he is linked to the killings and has to abdicate in favour of his son Raegash. He flees to his original home, the island of Narvoss, where he dies a few years later in exile.
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THE AGE OF THE BLOOD
(YEARS 822 B.S. - 50 B.S.)
78 b.S. Birth of Prince Marzevash of Narvoss
Marzevash is the firstborn child of King Sorodin and Queen Dalvanýa. He should remain the only child of the royal couple and would be known until his coronation as the Duke of Narvoss. He will also stay in Narvoss until his early twenties.
  

62 b.S. Birth of Marzevash's son Marzevash II.
The Tharanian Prince Marzevash becomes father of a son, who he names after him.
  

58 b.S. Birth of Marzevash's son Armeric
A second son is born to the Tharanian Prince Marzevash. He is called Armeric.

THE AGE OF CHANGE
(YEARS 50 B.S. - 172 A.S.)
47 b.S. Birth of Marzevash's son Raegash
The Tharanian Prince Marzevash has a third son: Raegash. His wife Kattaira dies during the childbirth.
  

46 b.S. Prince Marzevash marries Valferia, Birth of Syveric
Prince Marzevach marries one of his previous mistresses, Valferia. A few months later already a fourth son is born, Syveric.
  

34 b.S. Marzevash "the Adamantly" is crowned King of Tharania
Following the death of his father Sorodin, Marzevash is crowned King of Tharania. Initally he is perceived as a positive, straightforward and inspiring figure throughout the kingdom, but his ambitions will soon get the better of him and he earns the byname "the Adamantly" due to his persistence to achieve his goals, regardless of the costs. Marzevash works diligently on strengthening the ties with the Sarvonian Alliance and brings unforeseen wealth to the kingdom.
  

30 b.S. Death of the King's Son Armeric
The secondborn son of the Tharanian King Marzevash, Armeric, dies as one of the knights in a battle to recapture the dungeon Hegedorn from the claws of the Móh'rónn. He was only 18 cycles of age.
  

15 b.S. Death of King Marzevash's second son
The Tharanian King's firstborn, Marzevash, dies in a hunting accident.
  

13 b.S. Assassination of the Human Ambassador to the Alliance, Aelric Salazath
The Tharanian King Marzevash "the Adamant" fears to lose his powers and supposedly plots an assassination of the highly respected Ambassador to the Alliance, Aelric Salazath. While Marzevash is a prominent figure in the Alliance between the races, the face of the kingdom to the elves and dwarves is Aelric, who helps to negotiate between the races. The alleged plot to kill Marzevash's internal foe succeeds, but several representatives from other races are killed as well unintentionally during the ambush near Salsair. This causes a part of the plot to be uncovered, linking the assassination to Marzevash. However, Marzevash's guilt or innocence can never be proven in its entirety.
  

12 b.S. The Tharian King Marzevash Abdicates and Flees
Marzevash, in the eyes of many people directly linked to the assassinantion of ambassador Aelric, is eventually forced to abdicate in order to satisfy the growing unrest in the populace. He flees to the island of Narvoss, taking with him his son Syveric, and instates his son Raegash as the new King of Tharania.
12 b.S.
to 10 b.S.
The "Unwilling" Tharanian King: Marzevash's Son Raegash
While his father Marzevash fled to escape the resentments towards him, Raegash's popularity is not overwhelming either. After a few months he decides to renounce the throne and following his wish for seclusion he retreats to a monastery and refrain from politics. As his follower he suggests his friend and comrade at the Order of Armeros, Santhros of the House of Salazath, to the council of elders. Long discussions ensue, so that it lasts over a year until a decision is made, but finally Santhros is accepted.

Marzevash's reaction from his self-declared exile arrives promptly: He denounces Raegash as true heir to the Tharanian throne and declares Syveric his rightful successor. But his hands are bound, as he has no support anymore in the capital of the realm, Voldar.
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 Date of last edit 3rd Awakening Earth 1673 a.S.

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