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King Philip I and Queen Beatrice | by Jonas Wide ('Gideon')
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King Philip I and Queen Beatrice

King Philip I and Queen Beatrice of Oleon at the balcony of the Pontis Wing of the Royal Palace in Granoleon.


After the sudden passing of his elder brother - the late King Stéphan II - Philip was crowned in April 616.

Whereas the late Monarch was a great admirer of the occult, driven by all things mythical, which allowed the Order of the Faith to spread its influence into almost every niche of Oleander society, Philip follows in the footsteps of his father Stéphan I. Noble and almost idealistic, with a broad education, and – growing up in the Royal Palaces of Granoleon – naturally provided with a passion for the arts, he now has to prove that he can prevail on the political stage as the absolute Monarch that he will need to be. With his beloved wife Queen Beatrice by his side he rules over the empire in a crucial time. He tasks himself with nothing less than challenging the mighty Order of the Faith, and reducing the influence of its destructive elements, especially that of the Clerics of Hades, to rebuild Oleon's reputation as the predominating cultural beacon it once was adored for.


Built for the Oleon Introduction in Brethren of the Brick Seas, on Eurobricks

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Taken on April 15, 2016