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  1. This Moda was found upon the steps of the Morrivi Palace, each covered in blood, indicating some sign of harm. Published by the Mistress of the Wardrobe 9th of Tov ag Yermey 444 E.S. The Woman by Many Names The Mistress of the Robes, 437 ES. Dearest Readers, I have functioned as the Mistress of the Wardrobe for over 40 years, starting my career under Queen Emma of Jerovitz in 403 ES. Throughout my long life, I have been known by many last names and can contently die knowing my place as a Baruch. My childhood was spent in a mixture of Draskovic-Kovachev and Barrow, only to be known as Bihar-Kovachev, Barbanov-Bihar, Morovar, and finally Baruch. As a girl, I wanted to rule the world with all the money belonging to me. That is what Kovachev did, so that is what I had to do. Fashion never intrigued me, I was much more fascinated with nature. But, as my wise friend Princess Anastasya once said to me; “You must always have an outfit for every occasion”. This was, of course, after I was already betrothed to her brother and well into my teens. At this point, I was legitimized, a future Princess-Consort, and was recruited by Emma Karanina to be her Mistress of the Robes. However, I was always missing something. My career was fulfilling, my children adored me, and I was a Princess. My mother and father were more than proud, I had overcome any and all obstacles with grace and was very literally ruling the world by the time I was 20. Fast forward five years and I was smoking, closing the windows, and wallowing in bed. I wanted to be anyone but me, why? I still couldn’t tell you now. I’d find myself speaking to walls and ghosts of past friends, using their wisdom to my advantage. So, I’d lie. And I confess it here. Prince Andrik never was unfaithful to me, but I lied to escape. My aunt, Emerentia, always said you must do anything to escape. So, that is what I did. Risky, and harmful, but my marriage was successfully dissolved. Soon after I set out traveling across Almaris with a man known as Aengul. He taught me true strength, endurance, and patience. My children and ex-husband died as I started a new life, as god smited me for my infidelity and lies. Moda i ve Kort wasn’t published for nearly a decade. Finally, after Aengul’s disappearance, I returned home to Karosgrad. There, a new spark grew over many years and I finally married Kaustantin Baruch. My life since marriage has been one filled with grandchildren and finishing the last of my publishable work. I sew gowns in peace, knowing that life can change if you simply let it. You are not stuck as a stagnant being, but you are a beautiful butterfly. Before I pass upon to the next realm, I’d like others to know my goal with Moda was never to restrict one’s expression, but to prepare those as if you are going into battle every day when you don your favorite furs or decide the next color of fabric for a gown. Thank you. The Directory of Nikoleta Barbara’s Works; Common Butterflies V1, Providence, 368 ES. Print. [Link] Common Butterflies V2, Karosgrad, 383 ES. Print. [Link] Moda i ve Kort: Kokoshnik. Karosgrad, 405 ES. Print. [Link] Moda i ve Kort: Colors in the Haeseni Courts, 407 ES. Print. [Link] Moda i ve Kort: Koenas Brooches, 409 ES. Print. [Link] Moda i ve Kort: Veils ag Sashes, 411 ES. Print. [Link] Moda i ve Kort: Gemstones, 413 ES. Print. [Link] Moda i ve Kort: Men’s Fashion, 416 ES. Print. [Link] Moda i ve Kort: Lifstala Debut Dresses, 418 ES. Print. [Link] Moda i ve Kort: Gold Etiquette, 420 ES. Print. [Link] Moda i ve Kort: Coronation Regalia, 427 ES. Print. [Link] Moda i ve Kort: Mourning, 429 ES. Print. [Link] Moda i ve Kort: Cosmetics, 437 ES. Print. [Link] Moda i ve Kort: 100 Years of Fashion, 439 ES. Print. [Link] Moda i ve Kort: Royal Headdresses, 441 ES. Print. [Link] Moda i ve Kort: Lifstala Presentation Review, 444 ES. Print [Link] *Many Moda’s contributed too by others Without further ado, I present: Moda i ve Kort; The Fashion of the Court Signed, Her Ladyship, Nikoleta Barbara Baruch Mistress of the Wardrobe, Kossar of Maya and Lily A pair of lovers grip hands upon the second’s deathbed, holding into each other tightly. Forgiveness fills the air, and with the last of the second’s strength, she’d let go of the knife. Their spirits intertwined, floating heavenward. Upon their late arrival, many old faces joined them. All with admiration, some with minor displeasures. They could all rest now.
  2. Austina, Baroness of Aldersberg, enjoyed the new edict from Petra over a cup of coffee!
  3. Little did her husband know, Nikoleta was hard at work for her own retirement plan. She of course, had two more things to do… or three… or four!
  4. Austina rubs her hands together connivingly.
  5. Written by Austina P. Aldersberg On the 12th day The Sun's Smile of 1889 A.H. Aldersberg’s greatest achievements comes from the upkeep and care of important relics of past Princesses, Queens, and Empresses. The family's main job is to protect and showcase their collection of highly valuable jewels so the history of the objects are not simply forgotten to time. The Furnestock Tiara An exceptionally beautiful tiara boasting a grand design and rich history dating back to the Johannian dynasty. The tiara was detailed with numerous grandiose arches upon a base of shining white gold which was originally mined in the duel mines of Istira in Vailor. The tiara’s curvature reflects leaves in a laurel pattern across the brow with the front surface of the headpiece being encrusted with shining diamonds of utmost clarity. Suspended at the peak of the tiara to sit above the eyebrows is a large oval cut ruby of a deep wine red hue. Originally commissioned for the Empress Julia of Furnestock by her husband, John III. Kaedreni Tiara of Ves This delicate tiara was originally created for Queen Annabelle of Castor, the first Queen-Consort of the Commonwealth of Kaedrin and was intended to be a gift to her by her husband Adrian I upon the Empire’s victory in the Rubern War. Alas it was not meant to be as Annabel of Castor died in her husband’s arms in 1736 from an assassin’s javelin at the height of the war. The architecture of the tiara had been created from sparkling white Kaedreni gold that had been carefully wrought into thin endlessly wrapping strings to form the arms that would snap behind the wearer’s ears to hold it upon one's head. Along the arms of the tiara are hundreds of circular cut diamond studs that were carefully embedded into the white gold. Along the brow of the tiara are six oval cut Vesnian rubies that are spaced out across each side of the front of the tiara with the centerpiece being a truly magnificent cushion cut diamond of unmatched clarity. The tiara polished to perfection so it would glimmer in moonlight, but sparkle in sunlight. The Osterland Tiara A stunning yet fragile tiara of immense detail and the highest quality of craftsmanship and materials. Made up of a single band crafted from shining Azor gold that is to be played atop the crest of one’s head. It consists of a central wire spread across the length of the tiara upon which an alternating pattern of circular and square cut diamonds are inset into the gold. Each gemstone is infinitely clear with no cloudiness and perfectly faceted. The tiara also featured numerous milky white pearls evenly spaced and suspended upon the ends of holded pillars protruding slightly up from the band of the tiara. Gifted as an extravagant accessory to the first Countess of Aldersberg, Henrietta Maria. Sunholdt’s Ruby Tiara An ethereal tiara that spun upwards to support a hulking ruby situated at the crown of the wearer's head. The tiara was crafted of the finest of Selm gold which gave it a shimmering look for Selm gold sparkles like waves in sunlight. The princess-cut ruby at the top was delicately inlaid into the metal frame. The origin of this tiara comes from Almaris where it was gifted from Duke Peter Baldwin to his wife, Princess Tatiana. This tiara is fit for any descendant of Sunholdt and showcases the family's wealth, power, and prosperity. The Circlet of the Last Orenian Empress Gathered off the bloody head of Empress, Lucia of Azor, and polished to perfection, the circlet of the Last Empress is a fashionable and rare relic. The circlet was designed by the Duke of Azor for his favorite daughter to fit around her small head, making it impossible for most individuals other than her to don. It was made out of Azor metal and has no gems in it to represent the wearer's pious devotion to god and that one does not need excessive finery to still be seen as royalty. However, more aurum was added to create the silhouette of a pointed crown with six spikes that curve upwards from the main base. d’Arkent Astercalia Circlet Forged in 1855, this pure Sunholdt Gold Circlet is made with superior detail to most like it, holding grape vines from the vineyards of Sunholdt, with the rare, wild roses that grow in the Dukedom. Encrusted with rare Selm Diamonds from below the castle in Arcas, accented by rare red Quietus crystals. The gems have been carefully shaped to dot the grapes on the vine, and even create the appearance of leaves on some of the roses. Designed for the debut of Anne Josephine, sister to the Duke of Sunholdt. A brief red glow would follow the Quietus crystals as one walks. A piece to be passed down in the family for each girl’s debut. Designed by Vespira L. Valued at 1,056 Mina.
  6. Nikoleta blew smoke into her husbands face as she was mentioned in yet another Kortrevich Bull - a subtle yet sincere brag that she was still popular among the young folk.
  7. Written by Austina P. Aldersberg On the 19th day of Godfrey's Triumph of 1889 A.H. Introductory; The House of Aldersberg began as a Barony of Haderine de Sarkozy in the realm of Anthos. The county title of Aldersberg would first be known far before Joseph and the Holy Orenian Empire, existing previously in the realm of Athera as a title held by Olivier de Savoie. He would construct a town north of Petrus alongside others including Sylvester Halcourt who would inherit the crown after him, and Austustus Fornier. The city would flourish with citizens and be later named the capital city of the Duchy of Savoy for some time until its eventual destruction after the Horen Restoration. The cadet house of Novellen-Aldersberg found its origins with Prince Joseph Leopold Novellen, the sixth issue of Emperor Joseph II and Anne I. In 1787 the Imperial Prince would be granted the title of Count of Aldersberg. Upon his new land, he would construct a retreat from the imperial palace mimicking the style of the Augustine Palace. Joseph, Thereafter he’d marry Henrietta Maria of Osterland and sire five children. Succeeding Joseph was George Alexander. His reign was mostly unremarkable with his life Juliya of Susa and his children. Mainly Georgiana Maria, his fourth born child, would take up the responsibilities of day-to-day management. She’d host post-court events, which Aldersberg would become known for. Georg would die of an abrupt illness in 1862 to only be succeeded by his firstborn son, Edward Clement. Edward was best known for his work in the Courts, serving as the Lord Chamberlain. During this time he met his wife, Anne of Sunholdt and the pair would be happily married in the Aster Hall. They would sire three children, two sons, and one daughter. A year before Edward's death the county would be demoted to a barony in 1875 during The Royal Audit. A year after Edward would mysteriously disappear only to be presumed dead. His eldest inherited at the age of 9, reigning for only 12 years before bandits would murder him. Alexander died without an heir which left the title only to be inherited by his younger sister, Austina Prudence. Her first act as Baroness begins with the dropping of Novellen from the family's last name, thinking herself too disconnected from the current line of Novellen to properly hold the name. As of 1889 there have been 3 Counts of Novellen-Aldersberg, 2 Barons of Novellen-Aldersberg, and 1 Baron of Aldersberg. 1 Born in Helena, 1 in Providence, and 3 in the County of Aldersberg. I COUNT OF ALDERSBERG HIS IMPERIAL HIGHNESS, JOSEPH LEOPOLD NOVELLEN, COUNT OF ALDERSBERG @Maur 1765 A.H - 1849 A.H (62 yrs) Parentage: Anne I, Holy Orenian Empress, Joseph II, Holy Orenian Emperor Children: Princess Charlotte Augusta, Duchess of Adria, Princess Helaine Valencia Novellen, Princess Elisabeth Louise, Duchess of Valwyck, Georgiana Beatrix Novellen, Prince George Alexander, Count of Aldersberg Prince Joseph Leopold Novellen was born in early 1765 to Empress Anne I and Emperor Joseph II as the sixth and final child of the regal couple. His childhood was filled with extravagant classes and political meetings he was coerced to sit in on. As the favored child of the Emperor, he would be granted the designation of Count of Aldersberg in late 1787. The same year he would espouse Henrietta Maria Pruvia of Osterland. Lady Henrietta was granted the betrothal due to her architecture of the Augustine Palace and later the County of Aldersberg’s Johannian Hall. Joseph swiftly took up the same vocation as his wife, but in lieu of astronomically immense and intricate houses, he specialized in gardens and fountain design. From 1792 to 1802, the Princely couple would sire five children, four girls, and a single boy. Joseph doted on his firstborn, Princess Charlotte Augusta. At one point he even considered her as the heir to Aldersberg instead of his youngest and only son, George Alexander. His life from thereon out was mute contemplation and spent receding into his County’s lands where he’d tended to a flourishing garden until 1849 where he would privately pass during his slumber to only be followed by his adoring wife a year later. Rightfully, the county would be inherited by his son and the line of Novellen-Aldersberg would be perpetuated. II COUNT OF ALDERSBERG HIS IMPERIAL HIGHNESS, GEORG ALEXANDER NOVELLEN-ALDERSBERG, COUNT OF ALDERSERG @Matheaww 1802 A.H - 1862 A.H (13 yrs) Parentage: Prince George Alexander, Count of Aldersberg, Princess Juliya Rose of Susa Children: Edward Clement, Count of Aldersberg, Georgiana Maria Novellen-Aldersberg, Elisabeth Helaine Novellen-Aldersberg, Joseph Maximilian Novellen-Aldersberg, Eleanor Christina Novellen-Aldersberg Prince George Alexander Novellen was born in early 1802 as the final child of Prince Joseph Leopold, Count of Aldersberg, and his wife, Henrietta Maria of Osterland. In his adolescence, he’d be privately tutored and obnubilated from the world. His four older sisters took the spotlight with his eldest, Charlotte, Duchess of Adria, essentially prospering Lorena of Cascadia as Empress-Consort. George was virtually unheard of until his wedding to Juliya of Susa in 1828 when the dyad would have a confidential wedding only witnessed by the Dynasts of the Houses of Aldersberg, Susa, Rosemoor, and Crestfall, with the maid of honor being the bride's ardent companion, Ms. Maude Fitzpeter. A year later they’d sire an heir to the County, Edward Clement, followed by four more children throughout the years 1837 to 1843. In 1849, George would formally inherit the denomination of Count of Aldersberg after his father, Joseph Leopolds, death. His tenure as Count was unremarkable at best with most of the upkeep of the County being by his eldest daughter, Georgiana Maria. Then in 1862, only after 13 years as Count, George would succumb to an illness that would instantaneously kill him. III COUNT OF ALDERSBERG, I BARON OF ALDERSBERG THE RIGHT HONORABLE, EDWARD CLEMENT NOVELLEN-ALDERSBERG, BARON OF ALDERSBERG @Mannyy 1834 A.H - 1876 A.H (14 yrs) Parentage: Prince Geroge Alexander, Count of Aldersberg, Princess Juliya Rose of Susa Children: Alexander Leopold, Baron of Aldersberg, Austina Prudence, Baronness of Aldersberg, Arthur Marie Aldersberg Consequentially compared to the prior counts, Edward Clement was an exceptional count and later baron of Aldersberg. He was the firstborn son of Prince George Alexander Novellen and his wife Juliya of Susa. As a child, he was mostly kept away from the capital city Providence, shrouded away at the Aldersberg estate by his mother who would be reluct to exhibit her children afore the public at such puerile ages. For that reason, he learned to play by himself, and for fun, he and his sister Georgiana Maria would put on plays within their abode. He additionally shared a close bond with her Aunt, Princess Charlotte Augusta, who showered the boy with affections not commonly found in his own mother who was arctic and distant. In the same regard, Edward looked up to his Grandfather, Prince Joseph Leopold Novellen, who often reminded Edward of his pristine lineage. His adolescence came to a dramatic halt when his Great-Uncle, Philip Augustus, was dethroned and his Aunt Charlotte was cast aside in the courts in favor of an incipient reign. This was when Edward began realizing the direness of his situation. His father was frivolous, doing little to nothing for the Aldersbergian group, so Edward took the reins with his little sister Georgiana. Edward commenced attending court events, ineluctably being appointed to the Aster Council in 1864 due to his connection to Princess Amelia of Renzfeld. He would avail her in her brief tenure as Governess and upon her death, he’d be given the position of Lord Chamberlain. During this time he grew devoted to Anne of Sunholdt, the Lady Revels of the Aster Council. He thought of Anne with high standing for her position at court and ducal lineage. Eventually realizing she would make an impeccable bride for the prestigious Aldersberg family, and a fine Countess. They would be engaged in 1865 and wed in Asters Chapel with Anne donning the departed Duchess of Adria’s wedding dress. Within the same time, Prince Frederick would declare himself King of Oren and a civil war was afoot. Edward swore his County’s fealty to the King, but the courts were never equipollent. He would retire early in 1871 to raise his heir, Alexander Leopold. Anon thereafter Anne would give birth to Austina Prudence, the only daughter of the Comital family, and Arthur Marie, the final son, and child of the two. As he raised his children away from the courts, he found himself disaccording more and more with the nascent Kingdom of Oren. This culminated in the 1875 Royal Audit that demoted the County to a Barony, and for that reason, he would leave abruptly and relinquish his title to his heir. For many years he would stay in contact with his daughter, Austina, but otherwise many postulated him to have died peregrinating Almaris. II BARON OF ALDERSBERG THE RIGHT HONORABLE, ALEXANDER LEOPOLD NOVELLEN-ALDERSBERG, BARON OF ALDERSBERG @Balthasar 1867 A.H - 1888 A.H (12 yrs) Parentage: Edward Clement, Count of Aldersberg, Anne of Sunholdt Children: N/A Alexander Leopold was born to Edward Clement, Count of Aldersberg, and his Consort, Anne of Sunholdt on the 7th of Horen’s Calling, 1867. He was the first issue of the comital pair and would be denominated proudly after Edward’s father and grandfather. Albeit he grew up in the midst of the perfidious Brothers’ War, the little boy was still noted by coadjutants to be highly curious and focused. As Alexander aged he’d attend numerous noble celebrations, composing a few companionships that would last his lifetime. Unlike other boys his age though, he was involuntarily thrust into the position of Baron of Aldersberg at the ripe age of 9. Warmly, he accepted his promising position albeit it alienated him from his peers. Over his tenure as Baron, his proudest accomplishment was his publishing of the map of the Kingdom of Oren in 1882. Eminently, map illustration had become a favorite hobby of his which he’d spend his entire leisure practicing. Astercalia came earnestly after in which he’d participate and dance with Princess Octavia Helen Novellen. The pair instantaneously clicked and became penpals to which they’d record their separate lives to each other over the next 6 years. Shockingly, on a jaunt to visit Octavia in the Kingdom of Haense, Alexander would succumb to a bandit’s attack. His exact date of death is unknown, but letters addressed to the Princess were found on him. Five months later on the 7th of Godfrey’s Triumph, 1888, they’d be gifted to Octavia who later relayed the tragic news to his younger sister, Austina Prudence. III BARONESS OF ALDERSBERG THE RIGHT HONORABLE, AUSTINA PRUDENCE ALDERSBERG, BARONESS OF ALDERSBERG @zuziee 1872 A.H - Present A.H (1888-Present) Parentage: Edward Clement, Count of Aldersberg, Anne of Sunholdt Children: N/A Current Baroness
  8. Maya rubs her hands together, 1 child down, 4 more to go.
  9. Nikoleta was convinced the Ludovars POSIONED the Rutherns, wondering if it was her nephew Matya's doing or his wife...
  10. In dedication to Her Imperial Highness, Augustina Theorosia de Joannes, Princess of Balian and Sedan, Baroness-Consort of Ponce Written by Austina P. Aldersberg On the 10th day Harren’s Folly of 1888 A.H. Over the life of Princess Augustina of Balian she’s accumulated a grand collection of personal tiaras, diadems, and circlets ranging from rarer designs to simplistic stones to convey her opulent lineage and wealth. Through numerous interviews with the Princess, Baroness Austina has documented each headpiece's history, creation, and finished design for the public to view. The collection is in order of creation and therefore its public display, with the exception of the last one that has yet to be worn by the Princess. The Bandeau of Balian Sands Princess Augustina’s first tiara, given to her on her 5th birthday by her father, John Casimir I, King of Balian. Shaped like a ribbon across the front of the wearer's head and is generally situated across the forehead. In the middle of the piece is an extravagant teal green sapphire, protected by aurum embellishments that keep it faceted into the piece. On each side are tinier sapphires of the same hue that pin the headpiece to the wearer's head behind one's ears. When Princess Augustina wore this piece as a child, it was paired with two crispenettes on either side of her hair. The Aurum Alexandrite Tiara The rarest but also simplest piece in Princess Augustina’s collection, the Aurum Alexandrite is constructed of pure 24 carat gold from the desert mines of Balain. Spiraling upwards the tiara holds a rare gemstone known as Blue Alexandrite which is found north of Haeseni lands in the icy mountains. The normal gem is often said to be ‘Emerald by day, Ruby by night’. However, the one in Augustina’s tiara is blue which allows it to look like Sapphire in sunlight and Amethyst in moonlight. The Diadem of Monterosa The Diadem of Monterosa is a perfect portrayal of allegiance to family and love of a country's people. Gifted to her by her mother, Gwyneth of Karosgrad, and named after the palace in which Princess Augustina grew up inside. It was worn by the Princess at her debutante and fashioned out of Balian aurum shaped into the classical regal design mirroring the rules of yore’s crowns. The gems inlaid are marquise-cut diamonds, crystal clear in color. It was said that on the night of her 16th name day that the diamonds shimmered and shocked the crowd with their splendor. The Annician Tiara Inspired by Augustina’s Novellen bloodline, the Annician Tiara was crafted to honor her late great aunt, Princess Anne Caroline, Duchess of Auvergne. The headdress is made of the unusual aurum found in a deposit under the old Augustine palace which holds a strange green hue to the metal. At the heart of the piece is a generous princess-cut Amethyst which symbolizes purification. Encompassing the rest of the tiaras surface are ivory colored pearls that were placed to create spirals and swirls. The Moonstone’s Purity Tiara A gorgeous tiara intricately created for the Imperial wedding of Princess Augustina of Balian and Prince Joseph, heir to Sedan. Made entirely of Sedanian gold that crescends to a singular peak at which a polished moonstone, pearl in hue, is set in the center. Surrounding the moonstone are flourishes of miniature royal-cut diamonds. The moonstone was chosen because of its representation of purity, fertility, and balance, all desirable traits in the new bride. The Tiara of Johannesburg A tiara made of darkened 18k aurum and styled into the shape of a fridge tiara. Instead of the common diamonds usually used in a piece like it, rubies imported from the mines closest to Johannesburg were used. Richly decorated in the rubies into a symmetrical pattern. At the top is a faceted 18.65 carat ruby named ‘The Julian Vermilion’. This piece was gifted to Princess Augustina by her new husband, Prince Joseph of Sedan, as a wedding present to wear in honor of her new people and in hope of a long reign. The Diamond Amber Tiara A wide tiara made of copper with two large bands, one that acts like a base, and the other that arches upwards in an even semi-circle to connect to the otherside. Between the two copper bands are five large amber stones, suspended with wire with the smallest two on the outside and the largest in the middle. The amber, though, has a special property that makes this tiara specifically unique. Inside each tapered baguette cut gem are portions of uncut diamonds that sparkle periodically, adding the strange illusion of the shining sun being worn atop someone's head. Perna Viridis Diadem The Perna Viridis Diadem is the most fragile piece from Princess Augustina’s collection, made by herself from emeralds gifted to her by her younger sister, Princess Persephone of Balian. Fond of copper, the diadems base is made entirely of the metal and is shaped into three large points which respectfully equate to ‘Glory, Loyalty,’ and ‘Authority’. On top each point is an emerald of oceanic hues, the largest known as the ‘Padina Pavonica Emerald’. Then, on the bottom band of copper which holds the jewelry to the wearer's head are smaller oval-cut emeralds which add to the dignified fashion of the piece. The Circlet of Sedanians The twin to the Coronation circlet of Sedan, the Circlet of Sedanians was originally made for Princess Augustina of Balian in preparation for her eventual coronation alongside her husband, Prince Joseph of Sedan. It is a semi-circlet made of white gold with tiny diamonds the hue of a cloudless-sky. A modest piece fit for a coronation.
  11. Austina ran to Viorica, sobbing dramatically in her Baroness fashion “It’s your fault we are in the Hearsay! You have to stop talking to that PRINCE!!” Then shoving gloves, as promised, into her friends palm.
  12. A Missive from the Barony of Aldersberg It greatly saddens the Barony of Aldersberg to announce the second Baron of Aldersberg’s passing on the eve of the 7th of Godfrey’s Triumph, 1888. As the family mourns the loss of a son and brother, we ask for our communities prayers as well as privacy. Alexander I Baron of Aldersberg 1876 - 1888 Alexander Leopold was born to Edward Clement, Count of Aldersberg and his Consort, Anne of Sunholdt on the 7th of Horen’s Calling, 1867. He was the first issue of the comital pair and would be named proudly after Edward’s father and grandfather. Although he grew up in the midst of the treacherous Brothers’ War, the little boy was still noted by servants to be highly curious and focused. As Alexander aged he’d attend numerous noble celebrations, forming a few friendships that would last his lifetime. Unlike other boys his age though, he was involuntarily thrusted into the position of Baron of Aldersberg at the ripe age of 9. Warmly, he accepted his new position even though it alienated him from his peers. Over his tenure as Baron his proudest accomplishment was with his publishing of the map of the Kingdom of Oren in 1882. Notably, map illustration had become a favorite hobby of his in which he’d spend the entire of his free time doing. Astercalia came soon after in which he’d participate and dance with Princess Octavia Helen Novellen. The pair instantaneously clicked and became pen-pals to which they’d record their separate lives to each other over the next 6 years. Shockingly, on a trip to visit Octavia in the Kingdom of Haense, Alexander would succumb to a bandit’s attack. His exact date of death is unknown, but letters addressed to the Princess were found on him. Five months later on the 7th of Godfrey’s Triumph, 1888, they’d be gifted to Octavia and his death would be confirmed. As the proper mourning period comes to an end the title will be rightfully inherited to the second born of the Count and Countess of Aldersberg, Austina Prudence Aldersberg. May she reign faithfully and proudly with loyalty at heart and calm in mind. Austina I Baroness of Aldersberg 1888 - Present The first edict of Austina I as she ascends to Baroness; I. That the line of Novellen-Aldersberg shall be no longer Novellen-Aldersberg but simply Aldersberg. The Honourable, Austina Prudence, Baroness of Aldersberg Lady, Anne Josephine, Lady-Dowager of Aldersberg
  13. Nikoleta glanced to her husband, letting out a laugh as she clinked glasses with Emerentia and Eugenie. Her new drinking group.
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