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Tyde


Vassal of Thrax


Words: "We fall. We rise."
Sigils: A blue wave.

Once attainted and destroyed by Prince Donrai Thrax, the former highlord of House Thrax, the ducal has been reborn once more under the leadership of its last remaining noble- Duchess Margot Tyde.


Members

Name Rank Title Description
Margot 1 Duchess ---
Dagon 2 Voice ---
Archeron 2 Voice ---
Declan 3 Noble Family ---
Lethe 3 Noble Family ---
Erasmus 3 Noble Family ---
Gideon 4 Trusted Ones Commander (Ground Troops)
Zara 4 Trusted Ones Duchess' Assistant
Catalana 4 Trusted Ones Lady in Waiting
Bellona 4 Trusted Ones ---
Helia 4 Trusted Ones Duchess' guard
Vera 5 Noble Vassals ---
Amir 5 Noble Vassals ---
Cyril 5 Noble Vassals ---
Sinclair 5 Noble Vassals ---
Fredrik 5 Noble Vassals ---
Rosalie 5 Noble Vassals ---
Lilith 5 Noble Vassals ---
Donella 6 Other Family ---
Merida 6 Other Family ---
Montag 7 Noted Ally ---
Zyn 7 Noted Ally ---
Ajax 7 Noted Ally ---
Robert 8 Sworn Commoners Protigal Envoy
Alexandre 10 Serf ---

Ruler: Margot


Minister Category Title
Dagon Warfare None
Fredrik Income None
Archeron Productivity None
Lethe Population None

Land Holdings

Tyde Hall

Description: The proud duchy of House Tyde was built upon Tyde Isle in the north of the Mourning Sea. Rich in natural resources, House Tyde was the only true rival to House Thrax in the Mourning Isles for generations despite their vassal status, but when it rose in rebellion the house was completely destroyed. Now under the control of the surviving Tyde heir, Margot, she is married to Dagon Thrax and some presume Thrax has granted autonomy back to the house on the surface but perhaps keeps the Tydes under a thumb, still.

Landmarks: In mid 1007 AR, House Tyde funded the construction of the University at Tydehall, a place of learning and study in honor of the god Vellichor for the Pilgrimage Path.

Trends: After Arx, Tydehall has one of the greatest concentrations of Scholars of Vellichor of anywhere in the Compact. This has given the city a reputation as a very scholarly place of learning, and one where strangers try rhetorical devices in obnoxious ways that Thraxians find extremely annoying.

Founding member of the Empyrean Trade Route.