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Since Jonathan succeded his father before marrying Thayet, I think it's fine to leave Thayet out of it because she didn't rise with Jon at the same time. But that's just me. We could add her, but Imajane definitely belongs there with Rubinyan as Dunevon's successor. 
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Since Jonathan succeded his father before marrying Thayet, I think it's fine to leave Thayet out of it because she didn't rise with Jon at the same time. But that's just me. We could add her, but Imajane definitely belongs there with Rubinyan as Dunevon's successor. If Imajane was consort (which would not have made sense because she was the Rittevon), then I would agree that she does not belong as Dunevon's successor, but she was co-regnant. That is why I don't think Thayet should be listed as Lianne's successor, as Lianne was technically a consort, not a co-monarch, and Thayet is very distinctly a co-monarch

Latest revision as of 17:09, 12 December 2017

Since Jonathan succeded his father before marrying Thayet, I think it's fine to leave Thayet out of it because she didn't rise with Jon at the same time. But that's just me. We could add her, but Imajane definitely belongs there with Rubinyan as Dunevon's successor. If Imajane was consort (which would not have made sense because she was the Rittevon), then I would agree that she does not belong as Dunevon's successor, but she was co-regnant. That is why I don't think Thayet should be listed as Lianne's successor, as Lianne was technically a consort, not a co-monarch, and Thayet is very distinctly a co-monarch. 

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