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The '''House of Arylon''' is a noble house of royal bloodline, originating from the remote regions of the [[Cagilan Empire]] on the lost continent of [[Atamara]].  The name itself originates from the ancient hereditary title Aryl, which in an ancient [[Atamara|Atamaran]] language means "Lord." Humble in origin, the Arylonians were minor nobles of little fame or authority for generations, before rising in significance and becoming one of the most recognizable noble houses in the known world.
 
The '''House of Arylon''' is a noble house of royal bloodline, originating from the remote regions of the [[Cagilan Empire]] on the lost continent of [[Atamara]].  The name itself originates from the ancient hereditary title Aryl, which in an ancient [[Atamara|Atamaran]] language means "Lord." Humble in origin, the Arylonians were minor nobles of little fame or authority for generations, before rising in significance and becoming one of the most recognizable noble houses in the known world.
  
After generations of obscurity, it was the exploits of the brothers of [[Arylon Family/Fisc|Fisc]] and [[Arylon Family/Taran|Taran]] that led to the ascension of the Arylonians. Ironically, it was by forsaking their ancestral home and claim on nobility that the brothers would rise. When they came of ages, Fisc -- who was always the more restless and belligerent than Taran -- was unsatisfied by his position in life, and sought to carve out his own name in battle by traveling to the [[South-East Island]]. There he would distinguish himself, gaining a Lordship in [[Toren]], then being trusted to manage the finances for the realm, and later being named General, overseeing all of the war effort.
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After generations of obscurity, it was the exploits of the brothers of [[Arylon Family/Fisc|Fisc]] and [[Arylon Family/Taran|Taran]] that led to the ascension of the Arylonians. Ironically, it was by forsaking their ancestral home and claim on nobility that the brothers would rise. When they came of age, Fisc -- who was always more restless and belligerent than Taran -- was unsatisfied by his position in life, and sought to carve out his own name in battle by traveling to the [[South-East Island]] and pledging himself to a realm, [[Toren]], fighting in the perpetual war of that land. There he would distinguish himself, gaining a Lordship, then later becoming Fiduciary, and later still General, overseeing all of the war effort.
  
 
Taran remained on Atamara, but equally frustrated by his anonymity and irrelevance among the Cagilans, he abandoned his family estate and traveled to the south-east of the continent, joining the realm of [[Abington]], which would eventually become [[Suville]]. There he would thrive, rising to serve as Suville's General for a long period of time, as well as the realm's Master of Law, and Duke of the stronghold of Stoneville.
 
Taran remained on Atamara, but equally frustrated by his anonymity and irrelevance among the Cagilans, he abandoned his family estate and traveled to the south-east of the continent, joining the realm of [[Abington]], which would eventually become [[Suville]]. There he would thrive, rising to serve as Suville's General for a long period of time, as well as the realm's Master of Law, and Duke of the stronghold of Stoneville.

Latest revision as of 18:41, 11 September 2019

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The House of Arylon is a noble house of royal bloodline, originating from the remote regions of the Cagilan Empire on the lost continent of Atamara. The name itself originates from the ancient hereditary title Aryl, which in an ancient Atamaran language means "Lord." Humble in origin, the Arylonians were minor nobles of little fame or authority for generations, before rising in significance and becoming one of the most recognizable noble houses in the known world.

After generations of obscurity, it was the exploits of the brothers of Fisc and Taran that led to the ascension of the Arylonians. Ironically, it was by forsaking their ancestral home and claim on nobility that the brothers would rise. When they came of age, Fisc -- who was always more restless and belligerent than Taran -- was unsatisfied by his position in life, and sought to carve out his own name in battle by traveling to the South-East Island and pledging himself to a realm, Toren, fighting in the perpetual war of that land. There he would distinguish himself, gaining a Lordship, then later becoming Fiduciary, and later still General, overseeing all of the war effort.

Taran remained on Atamara, but equally frustrated by his anonymity and irrelevance among the Cagilans, he abandoned his family estate and traveled to the south-east of the continent, joining the realm of Abington, which would eventually become Suville. There he would thrive, rising to serve as Suville's General for a long period of time, as well as the realm's Master of Law, and Duke of the stronghold of Stoneville.

The family became a royal house when Fisc was forced to flee from the destruction of the South-East Island. He and a combination of Torenites and other refugees from the continent came to the newly discovered land of Dwilight, where they formed a new nation, called Everguard, to which Fisc was proclaimed the first High King.