Atar Władcą Tarantis (Atar Assumes the Throne of Tarantis)

In 4385, Edario’s fears were realized when he was felled by an Assassin’s dagger, but Atar the Lion (as he had become known) became his father’s successor despite the efforts of the group that had murdered Edario to overthrow the government. At the age of 22, after mercilessly routing and executing the aspirants to the throne, Atar the Lion was crowned ruler of Tarantis. On the eve of his coronation, Atar married his childhood sweetheart, Larrette Lafaite, an act which infuriated many of the more influential nobles who had unmarried daughters they had hoped to align with the ruler of Tarantis. His second official act was to appoint his closest friend, Monach the Canny, as Chief Advisor, following twelve days of riotous feasting, drinking, and merrymaking.

Atar the Lion has ruled Tarantis ever since. His reign, although marked by much violence and tyranny and marred by political squabbles, payoffs, and scandal, has resulted in a more ordered life among the people of Tarantis and the provinces.

Atar Władcą Tarantis (Atar Assumes the Throne of Tarantis)

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