Throne of the Sovereign
For seven hundred years
, Alexandria Castle
has stood just outside of the capital city surrounded by water on all sides. Originally, it was felt that the security and increased elevation of the island would serve it well, but the capital city has rarely faced any aggression and its sole test was not
hostile armies, but the anger of a people who felt their King and deliberately engaged in the abject destruction of a neighbouring Kingdom (Burmecia) while using one of their own as a Martyr
in order to justify it in 1773 (7:73).In defending their King from the anger of an enraged, agrieved and horrified populace, the Castle was lacking. House Ravenclaw (later known as Moltera) came to the throne following the Revolution, which had been taciturnly supported and stoked by the Heartland nobles aligned with the Ravensguard Margraviate
and thus was a new age of Alexandria brought into the world.