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King Matthias Grunewald (He/Him)

Is the second son to a minor nobleman serving under Frederick I (the Fair).
Matthias’ ancestral lands are located in and around the town of Lutz on the Mur river in Austria.

Matthias was wounded and taken captive with 1000 nobles, including Frederick, in the Battle of Mühldorf against Louis IV.

Held for three years in the Trausnitz Castle in the Upper Palatinate, with Frederick, he went with his liege on the quest to convince
Frederick’s brother Leopold to submit to Louis IV as King of the Romans. If Frederick did not succeed, he vowed to become a captive again of Louis IV.

When the quest failed, Matthias returned with Frederick to Munich to be taken captive again, even though the Pope had released Frederick from his oath. Impressed by Frederick’s noble gesture, Louis renewed his old friendship with Frederick and agreed to rule the Holy Roman Empire jointly.

Matthias was rewarded for his loyal service, and has spent the following years travelling in Europe and the lands beyond.

In the summer of AS LI, with much acclaim and gratitude from his family and friends, he was elevated to the Order of Chivalry at the Great Northeastern War, and took the title of Sir.

Pronouns: he/him


14th Century, Austrian

Queen Feilinn Jossursdottir (She/Her) & Princess Royal Kira

Queen Feilinn Jossursdottir (She/Her)

Æsa feilinn Jossursdottir (called Feilinn by her friends) started attending events in 2003 with the Market Day at Birka. A lifelong resident of Quintavia, she became more involved in the Society after joining House Darostur in 2011.

In May 2015, she became an apprentice to Mistress Eva Woderose.

She enjoys scribal arts, cooking, archery, and dancing in her free time. She occasionally works with The Worshipful Company of Their Majesties’ Underwear on mischievous undertakings and various project.

High Overlord of the Eastern Scribes, who appreciates house credit to the favorite hot beverage dispensary of all Quintavians: Dunkin’.

Pronouns: she/her/hers


Æsa feilinn is an Icelandic Viking lady (9th/10th-ish century) and is married to a Kyivan Rus trader. Though most often found in Viking garb, she tends to wear some Persian garb in the summer and occasionally has been seen masquerading in late period Italian dresses.

Princess Royal Kira (She/Her)

The daughter of Feilinn and Sergei Rozvad syn, she is five and enjoys making friends with other kids.

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