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From the court of Henry II, the dynasty of Plantagenet stormed Western Europe with intrigue and turmoil from the sibling rivalry that tore swathes of loyalty through the lands of England and France.
The sons and daughters of Henry II, both legitimate and illegitimate, made the English Channel a boiling river of politics and war leading to a dynasty lasting nearly 500 years and echoing through the succeeding processions of royalty up to the present day.

From Wikipedia -
Henry II travelled constantly across his empire, producing what the historian John Jolliffe describes as a "government of the roads and roadsides". His travels coincided with regional governmental reforms and other local administrative business, although messengers connected him to his possession wherever he went.

In the first phase of this tale, the player takes the role of a child who is wandering loose in a pastoral landscape. Without setting any clearly defined goals or objectives, the player is encouraged to try to enlist the help of local country folk to find out where they should be and who they can trust to find their way in life.

See my personal forums for more information - smf.raydlee.org.uk/index.php?board=2.0
Tiers
William, Count of Poitiers (1153-1156)
$1 or more per month
William was the first legitimate son for Henry and Eleanor, born in August of 1153 in Normandy, but only destined to own one honorary title, Count of Poitiers, until his untimely passing in April of 1156 in Wallingford Castle, Berkshire, at the tender age of 2 years.


As William never reaches an age of agency, he does not appear in this tale other than as the history of the leading characters.


Under William's seal, you'll have access to the development builds of the game, plus guidance for the initial quests - where to find them, where they take you. For more than the initial quests, see further tiers.

Henry the Young King (1155-1183)
$5 or more per month
Henry was the second son to Henry and Eleanor, and although never destined to rule in his own right, his father crowned him when he was 15 years old, but denied the prince any regal powers. The young king was a keen tournament champion, and although well-liked and generous, was lacking in political skill or responsibility to his station.
Richard I, Coeur de Lion (1157-1199)
$10 or more per month
Geoffrey, Duke of Brittany (1158-1186)
$15 or more per month
John, King of England (1166-1216)
$25 or more per month
From the court of Henry II, the dynasty of Plantagenet stormed Western Europe with intrigue and turmoil from the sibling rivalry that tore swathes of loyalty through the lands of England and France.
The sons and daughters of Henry II, both legitimate and illegitimate, made the English Channel a boiling river of politics and war leading to a dynasty lasting nearly 500 years and echoing through the succeeding processions of royalty up to the present day.

From Wikipedia -
Henry II travelled constantly across his empire, producing what the historian John Jolliffe describes as a "government of the roads and roadsides". His travels coincided with regional governmental reforms and other local administrative business, although messengers connected him to his possession wherever he went.

In the first phase of this tale, the player takes the role of a child who is wandering loose in a pastoral landscape. Without setting any clearly defined goals or objectives, the player is encouraged to try to enlist the help of local country folk to find out where they should be and who they can trust to find their way in life.

See my personal forums for more information - smf.raydlee.org.uk/index.php?board=2.0

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Tiers
William, Count of Poitiers (1153-1156)
$1 or more per month
William was the first legitimate son for Henry and Eleanor, born in August of 1153 in Normandy, but only destined to own one honorary title, Count of Poitiers, until his untimely passing in April of 1156 in Wallingford Castle, Berkshire, at the tender age of 2 years.


As William never reaches an age of agency, he does not appear in this tale other than as the history of the leading characters.


Under William's seal, you'll have access to the development builds of the game, plus guidance for the initial quests - where to find them, where they take you. For more than the initial quests, see further tiers.

Henry the Young King (1155-1183)
$5 or more per month
Henry was the second son to Henry and Eleanor, and although never destined to rule in his own right, his father crowned him when he was 15 years old, but denied the prince any regal powers. The young king was a keen tournament champion, and although well-liked and generous, was lacking in political skill or responsibility to his station.
Richard I, Coeur de Lion (1157-1199)
$10 or more per month
Geoffrey, Duke of Brittany (1158-1186)
$15 or more per month
John, King of England (1166-1216)
$25 or more per month