(1593-1640) Daughter of the famous
R'unorian Empress Yrota Flameseer (1564-1620).
Mother of the current Emrpress
Born at sea in the imperial flagship, Shadow Maiden,
Fyra spent her early
childhood within the confines of the imperial palace.
She was trained from a
quite early age in the ways of the
- mostly how "not to get into
trouble, how not to start wars that will get the
Council displeased with
you, how to know when to shut up and be nice" (according to the
notes of an unnamed observer of the royal family). Fyra lived the perfect life of
luxury until she reached the age of 15. At
this time her mother decided to send
her on a diplomatic mission to the
goblin nation of
Orcal, where she stayed in
the capital city until her mother's tragic death, at which time she
was called from the city to claim the throne.
Due to the surfacing of some diaries from her time spent in
Orcal it is often
discerned that she had fallen in love with a
goblish milkmaid during her stay.
Although no names are mentioned and the diaries are incomplete and badly
damaged (not to mention written with quite a bit of improvised shorthand and poor
penmanship) it is uncertain what the specifics of the relationship where, or if
there had even been a relationship. Most scholars agree that something
must have happened
however, due to the fact that Fyra ruled somewhat halfheartedly and although
she took several bound consorts, she
never married. From one of these consorts, or
possibly an unknown lover, was parented her somewhat mischievous daughter
Fyra's reign was in general blissfully uneventful.
This was a great advantage as she was focusing most of her energy to rebuild the war shattered economy and aid
the badly demoralized people. However,
the most important incidents which did
occur while she had the throne, are listed below:
Table of Fyra Flameseer
Fyra Flameseer ascends to the
near willow run
...brought about by a severe
drought, as well as higher military usage during the
...Fyra's only daughter and heir to come to the
...by several of her personal guards.
High ranking officials within the
Council are suspected to be involved
in this conspiracy. No conclusive evidence.
imports become less necessary,
...but still prevalent, due to
higher yields of domestic crops and livestock.
Death of Fyra
Fyra's reign came to an end in the mid winter of the year 1639 due to a severe case
of pneumonia, resulting in her death and the ascension of her
daughter to the