Meet your Queen/that Assys whore-bitch (depending on what faction you belong to.
Amargith Lanaul – the Third of her nameAge:
Queen Amargith the Third assumed the throne at age 22, following in the footsteps of her great-aunt Lendela Lanaul, who had ruled Alaywin for nearly four decades and had died at the age of 71. She owes her status as ruler to the fact that the Lanaul still hold the claim to being the most powerful of the three Arcane families. The Sareev, the other faction with a decent claim chose not to challenge the Lanaul successor. Whether they did so out of respect for the Lanaul clan or if they saw the throne as something of a poisoned chalice in this era remains unclear. Whatever of it, Amargith the Third has been plagued by many problems large and small long before the Pale Ones emerged. The lack of a great magician amongst them for several centuries has caused many problems of its own. The enchanted superstructures that needed magical upkeep had not been getting enough of it, and several of them are now in a state of embarrassing decay. The greenhouses, which were charmed by spells that quadrupled the intake of sunlight, have now faded to where they barely function better than a non-magical equivalent. In general both the capital city of Anggar and the surrounding Assys settlements have seen better times, and so have their people.
Amargith the Third had a comparitevely easy life prior to assuming the throne. She was the only child of Yrmyr Lanual, the man who became the de facto leader of the Lanaul clan after his sister Lendela had assumed the throne. Like her aunt before her, Amargith proved to be especially skilled in the arcane arts, certainly compared to her generational peers amongst the Arcane blood-lines. The reality was that many of the spells and magic described in the old texts were now beyond them. Even Amargith, who truly was the greatest magic wielder remaining, would have barely stood out amongst the Children of the Ancient had she been born 400-500 years earlier.
Where Lendala Lanual stayed celibate as a conscious choice, Queen Amargith’s own single status is more a consequence of her circumstances. With the Kingdom going through a crisis of sorts, she has been far too preoccupied with maintaining what she can of its past splendor to devote much time to finding a mate, let alone arranging a royal wedding. Indeed, some of her advisors even suspect that their Queen marrying when the Kingdom is slowly turning into ruin in front of their eyes would anger many Assys. Other: