There have been many Monarchs of Rupertland, here they all are.

Rulers of Weseopia

House of Lamouradini

Name Life Succession Right Notes
Alfred I, Captain-at-sea (~460-478) B: ~430

D: 478

n/a Born in Rome but raised in England, he founded Weseopia on behalf of the Romans in the 460s, but never returned to Europe. Many, many thousands were sent to Weseopia in exile and to start a new life from mostly England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern France. Conservative.
Cedric the Conquerer

(478- ~495)

B: ~460

D: ~495

Son of Alfred I Cedric took over Rupert Island in its entirety from the Inuit. His legacy is now tarnished in hindsight, but he was once very highly regarded, even in Rupertist society. Liberal.


B: ?

D: 563

Son of Cedric Liberal.
Henry I the Great (563-619) B: ~550

D: 619

Grandson of Cedric Liberal.
Unknown (619- ~680) B: ~610

D: ~680

Son of Henry I Liberal.
Henry II (~680- ~720) B: ~650

D: ~720

Son of Unknown Liberal.
Unknown (~720-752) B: 691

D: 752

Daughter of Henry II Liberal.
Alfred II (752-789) B: 732

D: 789

Great Grandson of Henry II Conservative.
Christopher the Bastard (789-837) B: 762

D: 837

Son of Alfred II and his mistress Liberal.
Alfred III (837- ~870) B: 787

D: ~870

Great Grandson of Alfred II and his wife Liberal.
Unknown (~870- ~920) B: 843

D: ~920

Son of Alfred III Conservative.
Unknown (~920-942) B: ~890

D: 942

Daughter of Unknown Conservative.
Alfred IV (942-992) B: 918

D: 992

Son of Unknown Conservative.

House of Æthel

Name Life Succession Right Notes
Peter I (992-1032) B: 966

D: 1032

Peter I seized the throne in the War of the Wye in 992 from Alfred IV. Conservative. He took the throne as many people were still upset that Christopher the Bastard had taken it.
Disputed: Blois I (1032-1051) B: 981

D: December 1051

Closest relative of Peter I of age. Conservative. He assumed the throne for the twelve years required until Alfred V became fifteen, the proper age to assume the throne. However, he tried to keep the throne. He was killed in the Siege of the Winter Palace in Little Wye.
Disputed: Alfred V (1044-1098) B: 1029

D: 1098

Only son of King Peter I Liberal.
Peter II (1098-1173) B: 1081

D: 1173

Son of King Alfred V. Liberal.
Mariliselle (1173-1202) B: 1155

D: 1202

Only living child of Peter II Liberal. One of the greatest monarchs of Weseopia.
Edgar (1202-1224) B: 1179

D: 1224

Eldest son of Mariliselle Liberal.
Alfred VI (1224-1259) B: 1194

D: 1259

Son of Edgar Conservative.
William III the Humble (1259-1303) B: 1239

D: 1310

Son of Alfred VI Conservative. Rule ended as he gave the throne to Rupert I the Divine in 1303.

Rulers of the Rupertland Empire

House of Rupert

The House was established by Rupert I the Divine, who was recognized as divine by King William III in 1303. King William witnessed Rupert's miracle of curing a blind women during a trip to Dimin. Rupert I was already a Viscount of the Monarch line, and William III (age 73), recognized the approaching fallibility of the monarch. As a stern monarchist, he was very concerned with its longevity and decided the best way for it to continue would be by allowing a very popular Rupert I to become King. Rupert I had been growing an extravagantly large army, including knotts, which had led him to successfully scare William III into giving him the throne as well.

Name Life Succession Right Notes
Rupert I (1303-1377)

B: 6-10 October 1282

D: 17 January 1377

Recognized as Divine in Dimin in 1303 by King William III. He was also the grandson of Queen Mariliselle's daughter: Mary, and 16th in line to the throne.

First Monarch of Rupertland.

Builds the city of Rupertland. Ends slavery. Conservative.

Elijah I (1377-1390)

B: 1315 

D: 6 July 1390

Only Offspring of Rupert I. Builds army of Knotts and intensifies Rupertism as state religion. Conservative.
Emile (1390-1401)

B: February 1341

D: 4 March 1401

Only livng child of Elijah I Continues city construction. Liberal.
Buster (1401-1441)

B: Unknown

D: September 1441

Oldest child of Emile Begins Nimbusus/Mudoch attacks. Conservative.
Arthur (1441-1481)

B: 9 December 1431

D: 23 November 1481

Oldest child of Buster Dies in Euylize Attacks, Conservative.
James I (1481-1500)

B: 15 June 1462

D: 14 April 1500

Oldest male child of Arthur Wins Euylize War. Conservative.
Lave (1500-1510)

B: 20 March 1490

D: 10 April 1510

Closest living relative to James Creates "Period of Happiness" in Rupertland. Liberal. Beheaded by
Alfred VII (1510) B: 20 April 1465

D: 1 December 1510

Youngest child of Arthur, James I's brother. He killed Lave, with support of the nobility, who hated Lave. He was later imprisoned for treason and beheaded by order of Ruberta I.

House of Stache

Because Lave had no children, nor siblings; and Arthur's children and grandchildren were dead, the Monarch Comittee needed to go very far back, as far back as 1390 to find a living Monarch with King Rupert I's Blood. After months of searching, they found Ruberta I, a very distant relative of Prince Lochesner, Queen Emile's brother. Her raising was modest, in present-day Ruberta (then called Alfredon). The House was named Stache in honour of the River Stache, running through Alfredon (now Ruberta).

Name  Life Succession Right Notes
Ruberta I (1510-1531)

B: 1497

D: September 1531

Closest living relative to Lave Created House of Stache, criticized as un-divine. She allowed other religions to be practised in Rupertland. Began construction of the People's Pyramid and the grand Cathedral of Christ was built. Liberal.
Luchner (1531-1584)

B: 4 August 1518

D: 17 November 1584

Oldest willing male child of Ruberta Criticized as un-divine, kills many in March for Democracy. Conservative. Ruberta had not intended for him to be the King, but his brother found himself not divine.

House of Wye-Conenberge

Considered to be the second divine house of Rupertland, it was created by King Rupert II. The house was named in honour of the River Wye and Pastor Conenberge, from whom Rupert II received council before his murder in 1582.

Name  Life Succession Right Notes
Rupert II (1584-1616)

B: 30 May 1561

D: 4 May 1616

Oldest child of Luchner Considered by many "the disappointing king". Liberal. He ruled fairly, but did not build a democratic system like the March for Democracy had hoped for. However, he did establish the Rupertland Empirical Courttower, the first fair justice system of the Newland Empire.
Elijah II (1616-1662)

B: 13 October 1587

D: 24 December 1642

Only child of Rupert II Built up the city, and ruled strictly. The Marches for Democracy continued, but many were killed for participating. Centrist.
Ruberta II (1642-1704)

B: 14 February 1623

D: 7 May 1704

Closest living relative of Elijah II Considered the "best queen", Liberal. She established the National Assembly, which was enshrined in the constitution in 1674. She was killed in a plot, likely planned by her son, and next-in-line to the throne, Patrick and his friends.

House of Daveners

After Ruberta II's Left-wing values took over Rupertland, the next Monarch, King Patrick was angry. He passed a new law called the Daveners Act, which would allow for a quasi-Fascist state. He would also ban Women from ever taking the throne. This house would be the final Monarch of Rupertland.

Name Life Succession Right Notes
Patrick (1704-1731)

B: 8 August 1669

D: 16 January 1731

Only child of Ruberta II Introduced Daviners Act, reestablishing divine rule of Kings, making the National Assembly essentially useles, and essentially allowing peasant slavery to return to Rupertland. Ultra-Conservative
Rupert III (1731-1771)

B: 11 November 1702

D: 18 June 1771

Oldest male child of Patrick Enlarged the Rupertland Military. Conservative.
Rupert IV (1771-1780)

B: 28 February 1753

D: 8 July 1780

Only child of Rupert III Well-known due to his rampant corruption for which he was supposed to be put on trial in 1778; but he burnt down the Rupertland Public Commons in Western Pompeii containing the 600-meter tall Empirical Courttower, the People's Pyramid, and the original Cathedral of Christ. He was killed by an assassin as part of a popular rebellion which was crushed by King Isaac.
Isaac (1780-1799)

B: 19 December 1761

D: 1 January 1799

Oldest male child of Isaac Allied with Britain to restore control over the Empire. The Newland Empire was agreed to become a part of the British Empire once King Isaac died. He is believed to have been poisoned by a British spy. Conservative.
James II (1799-1817)

B: 30 September 1779

D: 2 December 1817

Only child of Isaac Broke alliance with Britain. Launched the Fires of New London; forfeited the Newland Empire to Britain, who gave it to Blix as a sign of goodwill to Ronald Kay Blix.

Rulers of Rupert Island and New Rupertland

House of Convention

After the great fall of the Rupertland Monarch, the House of Convention was established by Queen Lisbeth. It is the weakest House of the Monarch ever seen in Rupertland. In 2006, the Monarch of England was recognized as a foreign authority and was permitted diplomatic immunity in Rupertland (a major milestone in British-Rupertland relations). In 2004, Rupertland recognized the BRM as the secondary authority of Rupertland, with the monarch as the supervising authority.

Today the Monarchs of both Rupertland, Queen Ruberta III, and the Blixian PDRD (All of Delongo except Rupertland), Queen Elizabeth II, are required to sign bills into law (QEII often has the Governor General sign them instead). They are also required to throughly examine and approve or veto constitutional ammendments. The monarchs of the PDRD have immense power of the state of affairs, however the powers are often unused. The powers given to Rupertland are tremendously controversial, as it theoretically allows Rupertland to rule Delongo. However, the monarch may not issue an executive order without the approval of the President, or the House of Commons, or the Senate. (this has not been done since 1988).

From 1817 to 1819, there was no established monarch of Rupertland, as the entire nation was in dismay. The monarch was considered useless, and was unpopular in Rupertland until the 1960s, when the monarch of Rupertland worked hard for Rupertlanders' rights during the GBD. Today, the Rupertland Renaissance is credited to King Wilfrid's work for Rupertland.

Name Life Succession Right Notes
King Rupert V (1819-1844)

B: 7 September 1799

D: 6 October 1844

Far back via King Luchner (1531-1584).  Not technically a member of the HoC, his role was in a sort-of limbo. He never lived in Rupert Palace.
Queen Lisbeth I (1844-1895)

B: 9 November 1824

D: 3 February 1895

Daughter of King Rupert V Known as the founding member of the HoC and a key player in continuing the monarch. She moved into Rupert Palace on 1 October 1846, with permission of New London.
Queen Lisbeth II (1895-1925)

B: 19 October 1857

D: 28 February 1925

Granddaughter of Queen Lisbeth I
Queen Ella (1925-1972)

B: 30 August 1893

D: 4 March 1972

Daughter of Queen Lisbeth II
King Wilfrid (1972-2015)

B: 31 October 1928

D: 2015

Son of Queen Ella Known as Wilfrid the Redeemer for bringing Rupertland back to its former glory. 
Queen Ruberta III (2015-) B: 3 December 1984 Granddaughter of King Wilfrid Reigning Monarch of Rupertland

Line of Succession

The line of succession to the present King is limited to the King's descendants and others in the nearest collateral lines, namely, the other eligible descendants of the ancestors of Rupert I . Persons shown who are not in line to the throne are in italics.

An official, complete version of the line of succession is currently maintained at the House of the Monarch Maintenance Committee, however it is very confidential, but easy to figure-out. The House of the Monarch Committee maintains the Line of Succession for at least 45,000 in line for the throne. Any person's actual position in the line of succession may change as a result of events such as births and deaths.

1. Princess Mariliselle II, Duchess of Little Wye (b. 2012)

The Princess Mariliselle is the first child of Queen Ruberta III; her father is Prince Armio Rodriguez, Prince of the Divine Inlet and spouse of Queen Ruberta III.

2. Prince Amadeo (b. 2017)

One of the quintuplets born to Queen Ruberta III on August 23, 2017

3. Princess Andromeda (b. 2017)

One of the quintuplets born to Queen Ruberta III on August 23, 2017

4. Princess Catherine (b. 2017)

One of the quintuplets born to Queen Ruberta III on August 23, 2017

5. Prince Leontios (b. 2017)

One of the quintuplets born to Queen Ruberta III on August 23, 2017

6. Princess Régine (b. 2017)

One of the quintuplets born to Queen Ruberta III on August 23, 2017

7. Princess Julia, Princess of the Northern Islands (b. 1959) 

The Princess Julia is the daughter and second child of King Wilfrid. 

8. Princess Lisbeth, Countess of Newland (b. 1961)

Princess Lisbeth is the third child of King Wilfrid.

9. Princess Lave, Duchess of the Westlands (b. 1959)

Princess Lave is the first child of Prince Daniel, who died in 2004. Prince Daniel was the second son of Queen Ella, who gave birth also to King Wilfrid.

10. Prince Elijah III, Duke of Ruberta (b. 1963)

Prince Elijah II is the second child of Prince Daniel.

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