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This is a list of alternate monarchs which feature in the universe of the map game Merveilles du Monde. This page only covers the rulers which are not the same as historical, and are not already listed in other articles. In those cases, the relevant article is linked instead, either OTL or ATL.

Europe

King of Germany (Holy Roman Empire)

For earlier historical rulers, see List of German Monarchs

Picture Name Reign Dynasty Notes CoA
No portrait Louis IV 1314

1325
Wittelsbach Deposed by Pope Gregory XI No coa
No portrait Frederick III 1325-1330 Habsburg Also ruler of Austria No coa
No portrait John I 1330-1349 Regnier No coa
No portrait Charles IV 1349-1378 Regnier Created the Golden Bull of 1357, also ruler of Lotharingia No coa
No portrait Vincent 1378-1418 Regnier Deposed in the Marcian Schism against Pope Benedict XI. Also ruler of Lotharingia No coa
No portrait Frederick
the Poor
1418-1423 Habsburg Prince Regent during interregnum. Also ruler of Habsburg No coa
No portrait Sigismund I 1423-1432 Premyslid Also ruler of Bohemia and Brandenburg No coa
No portrait John II 1432-1452 Premyslid Also ruler of Bohemia and Brandenburg No coa
Sigismundii Sigismund II 1452-1470 Premyslid Also ruler of Brandenburg No coa
Titian - portrait-of-a-bearded-man Wenceslaus 1472-1478 La Marck Also ruler of Saxony. Died by assassination No coa
Pedro Álvarez de Toledo, Viceroy of Naples Henry VIII
the Great
(1418–1493)
1479-1493 Premyslid Also ruler of Bohemia and Brandenburg No coa
Titian - Portrait of a Man Holding a Book, about 1540 Henry IX
(1472–Present)
1493-1498 Jenagotha Also Count of Weimar, heir to Duchy of Thuringia No coa
Philipp-of-the-rhein-count-palatine-lucas-cranach-the-elder Philip II
(1448–1501)
1499-1501 Wittelsbach Also Count Palatine
of the Rhine
No coa
Tizian 061 Frederick IV
(-1504)
1501-1504 Hohenzollern Also Count of Hohenzollern No coa
No portrait Ottokar I
(1444–1522)
1505-1522 Premyslid Also ruler of Bohemia No coa
No portrait John III
(1472–)
1523- Presmyslid Also ruler of Bohemia (as Jaromir II) No coa

King of Bohemia

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Bohemian Monarchs

All of these rulers are of the House of Premyslid

  • Wenceslas III (1305-1329), Son of Wenceslas II
  • Conrad III (1329-1353), his son
  • Ottokar III (1353-1364), his uncle
  • Henry II (1364-1366), his son (deposed by his brother)
  • Wenceslas IV (1366-1411), his brother
  • Boleslaus V (1411-1416), his son (candidate German monarch)
  • Sigismund (1416-1432), his brother (also ruler of Brandenburg and German monarch)
  • John (1432-1452), his son (also ruler of Brandenburg and German monarch)
  • Henry III (1452-1493), his son (also ruler of Brandenburg and German monarch)
  • Ottokar IV (1493-1522), his son (also German monarch)
  • Jaromir II (1522-), his son (also German monarch and previously French co-monarch)

King of Lotharingia

See List of Rulers of Brabant

Duke of Brandenburg

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Rulers of Brandenburg

All of these monarchs are of the House of Premyslid

Margraves of Brandenburg:

  • Wenceslas (1373-1378), Inherited from Louis II Wittelsbach
  • Sigismund I (1378-1388)
  • John I (1388-1411)
  • Sigismund II (1411-1432), also ruler of Bohemia and German monarch
  • John II (1432-1452), also ruler of Bohemia and German monarch
  • Sigismund III (1452-1470), also German monarch
  • Henry III (1470-1493), also ruler of Bohemia and German monarch

Dukes of Brandenburg:

  • Charles I (1493-), the "Ghost of Lechfeld"

Duke of Saxony

Duke of Austria

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Rulers of Austria

  • Albert III (1349-1389), House of Habsburg (deposed by Hungary)
  • Lajos (1389-1405), House of Arpad
  • Ladislaus I (1405-1435), House of Arpad
  • Andrew I (1435-1453), House of Arpad
  • Ladislaus II (1453-1481), House of Arpad
  • Andrew II (1481-??), House of Arpad (participated in Swiss War)

Duke of Livonia

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Grand Masters of the Teutonic Order

  • Winrich I (1351-1382), House of Knirope (former Grandmaster)
  • Winrich II (1382-1418), House of Knirope
  • James I (1418-1450), House of Knirope
  • James I (1451-1461), House of Knirope
  • Sigismund (1461-1470), House of Premyslid (also ruler of Brandenburg and German monarch)
  • Henry (1470-1493), House of Premyslid (also ruler of Bohemia and German monarch)
  • Marek Ironside (1493-), House of Premyslid

Duke of Lenzburg

For order of succession, see Lenzburg family tree

Restored as rulers of Lenzburg in 1314

Rulers before 1473 were Counts, rulers since 1473 are Dukes

All of these rulers are of the House of Lenzburg

  • Ulrich V (1314-1334)
  • Henry II (1334-1349)
  • Ulrich VI (1349-1385)
  • Henry III (1385-1404)
  • Ulrich VII (1404-1440)
  • Frederick (1440-1451)
  • Godfried (1451-1457)
  • Eberhard (1457-1489) (title dissolved by Treaty of Zurich)

Dukes in Exile

  • Eberhard (1489-1492)
  • Engelbert (1492-1519)
  • Ulrich VIII (1519-)

Margrave of Mark

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Counts of Mark

Rulers before 1474 were Counts, Rulers since 1474 (both partitions) are Margraves

All of these rulers are of the House of La Marck

  • Engelbert III (1347-1391)
  • Engelbert IV (1394-1444), also ruler of Saxony
  • Henry (1444-1446), also ruler of Saxony
  • Wenceslas (1446-1448)
  • Afterwards partitioned to Upper and Lower Mark

Upper Mark:

  • Sophia (1448-1480), House of La Marck
  • Hermann (1455-1480, jure uxoris), House of Hesse, also Landgrave of Hesse
  • Agnes (1480-), House of Hesse-Mark, also ruler of Hesse

Lower Mark:

  • Bonne (1448-1463) co-governed with son
  • Andrés Heinrich Engelbert (1448-1463), co-governed with mother
  • Otto (1463-1485), House of La Marck, pretender 1485-1489
  • Agnes (1485-), House of Hesse-Mark, also ruler of Hesse and Upper Mark

In 1497, formally reunified.

  • Agnes (1497-), House of Hesse-Mark, also ruler of Hesse, co-governed with husband
  • Jezrahiah (1497-, jure uxoris), House of Nassau

Duke of Habsburg

All of these monarchs are of the House of Habsburg

For order of succession, see House of Habsburg

Counts of Habsburg:

  • Albert III (1389-1395), removed as ruler of Austria
  • Albert IV (1395-1404)
  • Leopold IV (1404-1411)
  • Ernest (1411-1424)
  • Frederick IV (1424-1439), Prince-Regent of Germany
  • Eric (1439-1479), Prince of Germany
  • Leopold V (1479-), Prince of Germany

Dukes of Habsburg

  • Leopold V (1479-), Prince of Germany

Duke of Württemberg

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Counts of Württemberg

Counts of Württemberg

  • Eberhard IV (1417-1419), House of Württemberg
  • Conrad III (1419-1471), House of Württemberg
  • Eberhard V (1471-1477), House of Württemberg
  • Marianne (1477-1489), House of Württemberg
  • Engelbert (1477-1489), jure uxoris), House of Lenzburg

Dukes of Württemberg

  • Conrad IV (1489-), House of Jenagotha

Count of Gorizia

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Counts of Gorizia

All of these rulers are of the House of Gorizia

  • Henry VI (1385-1454)
  • Meinhard VIII (1454-1459)
  • Henry VII (1459-1503)
  • Engelbert IV (1503-1522)
  • Meinhard IX (1522-)

Burgermeister of Lubeck

Duke of Hesse

For earlier historical rulers, see List of rulers of Hesse

All of these rulers are of the House of Hesse

Landgraves of Hesse

  • Louis I (1413-1458)
  • Hermann III (1458-1480), also Margrave jure uxoris of Upper Mark

Margrave of Hesse

  • Agnes (1480-), also ruler of Upper Mark and Lower Mark

Duke of Hesse

  • Agnes (1480-), also ruler of Mark
  • Jezrahiah (1497-, jure uxoris), House of Nassau

Count Palatine of the Rhine

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Counts Palatine of the Rhine

All these rulers are of the House of Wittelsbach, Pfalz branch

  • Philip I, also Holy Roman Emperor and King of Germany (-1501)
  • Louis V (1501-)

Duke of Bavaria

For earlier historical rulers, see List of rulers of Bavaria

All these rulers are of the House of Wittelsbach Bavaria-Landshut:

  • Louis IX (1450-1477), died in accident along with son George

Bavaria-Munich:

  • Albert IV (1467-1477), became Duke of All Bavaria

Reunified Bavaria:

  • Albert IV (1477-1510)
  • George (1510-)

King of France

For earlier historical rulers, see List of French Monarchs

Name Reign Dynasty Notes
Philip IV 1285-1314 Capet Fought initial Anglo-French War
Philip V 1314-1322 Capet Succession enforced Salic Law
Philip VI 1322-1336 Capet Death resulted in succession dispute
known as the Hundred Years War
Philip VII 1336-1354 Capet-Valois Fought the Edwardian Phase
John I 1354-1361 Capet-Valois Deposed by nobles
Victor 1361-1371 Capet Formerly exiled King of Navarre
Louis X 1371-1393 Capet Fought the Louisian Phase
Louis XI 1393-1425 Capet Fought the Lancastrian Phase
William I 1425-1458 Capet Edict of Reims
Henry II 1458-1477 Capet Revoked Edict of Reims
William II 1477-1517 Capet Death resulted in succession dispute
Joan 1517- Capet-Berry Co-ruled with husband
John II 1517-1522 Premyslid Co-ruled with wife before
becoming Holy Roman Emperor

Duke of Burgundy

Realm of Burgundy
# Name
(Born – Died)
Reign Succession right Remarks
Years House
1 John II
"John the Fearless"
(1371 - 1419)
1404-1413
9 years
Valois-Burgundy First Son of Philip I
2 Philip III
"the Good"
(1396 - 1467)
1413-1432
19 years
Valois-Burgundy First Son of John II
3 Anne I
"the beautiful"
(1414 - 1475)
1432-1475
43 years
Valois-Burgundy First Daughter of Philip III
4 James I
(1448 - 1485)
1475-1485
10 years
Bruce-Burgundy-Auvergne Second Son of Anne I Personal Union between the Duchy of Burgundy and the Duchy of Auvergne achieved. Furthermore, rule via jure uxoris over the Kingdom of Arles.
5 Lucas I
(1475 - present)
1485-present Bruce-Burgundy-Auvergne-Anjou First Son of James I

Duke of Auvergne

Realm of Auvergne
# Name
(Born – Died)
Reign Succession right Remarks
Years House
1 John II
(? – 1394)
1386–1408
22 years
Auvergne First Son of Philip I N/A
2 Joan II
(1378 - 1424)
1408–1424
16 years
Auvergne Daughter of John II N/A
3 Edward I of Auvergne (Edward III of Scotland)
"the Wise"
(1395 - 1475)
1424-1475
51 years
Bruce-Auvergne First Son of Joan II Intervention in the Welsh Succession War supporting Maredudd ab Owain Glyndŵr against Duke Richard of York, preserving the independence of Wales under a native Welshman. Then rapprochement with his erstwhile enemy, Duke Richard of York, intervention in the War of the Roses against against the Lancasters, installing Duke Richard of York on power as King of England.
4 James I
(1448 - 1485)
1475-1485
10 years
Bruce-Burgundy-Auvergne Second Son of Edward I Personal Union between the Duchy of Burgundy and the Duchy of Auvergne achieved. Furthermore, rule via jure uxoris over the Kingdom of Arles.
5 Lucas I
(1475 - present)
1485-present Bruce-Burgundy-Auvergne-Anjou First Son of James I

Duke of Brittany

For earlier historical rulers, see List of rulers of Brittany

  • John V (1399-1431), House of Montfort
  • Oliver (1431-1438), House of Penthièvre
  • John VI (1438-1454), House of Penthièvre
  • William (1454-1455), House of Penthièvre
  • Frances (1455-1481), House of Penthièvre
  • John VII (1481-1516), House of Albret
  • John VIII (1516-), House of Albret

King of Italy

King of Arles

For earlier historical rulers, see List of rulers of Provence

All these rulers are of the House of Capet-Anjou

See also List of Kings of Arles

  • Charles II (1285-1304), formerly ruler of Naples
  • Robert I (1304-1343), formerly ruler of Albania
  • John (1343-1363)
  • Louis I (1363-1374)
  • William V (1374-1403)
Name Date of Reign Reason for Death Notes/Achievements
William VI 'The Great' 1384-1449 (Reigned 1403-1449) Old age, illness Oversaw the Reformation of 1420-1440, Started the Italian Campaigns.
Robert II 1406-1466 (Reigned 1449-1466) Prostate Cancer, Shock of losing wife First colonization of Western Sahara, puppeted Pisa
Lucas I 1432-1497 (Reigned 1466-1475, Abdicated, then Co-Monarch 1485-1497) Conquered Noli, Defeated Modena.
Aline 1461- (Reigned alone 1475-1485, then Co-Monarch 1485-1497)
Lucas II 1475- (Reigned 1497-) Also ruler of Burgundy and Auvergne

Duke of Modena

Achieved independence from Milan in 1389

  • Mario I (1389-1395), House of Marius
  • Mario II (1395-1406), House of Marius
  • Luigi I (1406-1428), House of Marius
  • Mario III (1428-1444), House of Marius (subjugated Milan)
  • Luigi II (1444-1450), House of Marius (deposed by military)
  • Francesco (1450-1466), House of Sforza
  • Galeazzo (1466-1476), House of Sforza
  • Gian (1476-1480), House of Sforza
  • Galeazzo (restored) (1476-), House of Sforza

Duke of Savoy

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Counts of Savoy

Rulers before 1463 were Counts, rulers since 1463 are Dukes

All these rulers are of the House of Savoy

  • Amadeus VII (1383-1391)
  • Peter III (1391-1405)
  • Gustav (1405-1455)
  • Peter IV (1455-1491)
  • Amadeus VIII (1491-1496)
  • Aymon II (1496-)

Duke of Florence

For earlier historical rulers, see List of rulers of Tuscany

All of these rulers are of the House of Medici

  • Lorenzo (1469-1494), during the Lenzburg-Premyslid War
  • Frederico Guerro (1494-1498), de-facto dictator during Republican Revolt
  • Lorenzo (restored) (1498-), during the War of the League of Como

Doge of Milan

For earlier historical rulers, see List of rulers of Milan

As Lord of Milan:

  • Matteo Visconti (1295-1305)

As Doge of Milan:

  • Galeazzo Visconti (1305-1328)
  • Patrizio Columbo (1328-1330)
  • Azzone Visconti (1330-1339)
  • Antonia de Medici (1339-1341), only Dogressa

As Doge of Padinia:

  • Marzio Scalzi (1341-1342)
  • Simone Boccanegra (1342-1356), deposed in civil war

As King of Padinia:

  • Cassano delle Torre (1356-1376), subjugated Venice and northern Italy, assassinated

As restored Doge of Milan:

  • Lorenzo de Medici (1376-??)

Doge of Venice

See List of Doges of Venice

British Isles

King of England

For earlier historical rulers, see List of English Monarchs

Name Reign Dynasty Notes
Edward III 1327-1368 Plantagenet Fought the Edwardian Phase
Edward IV 1368-1377 Plantagenet Fought Louisian Phase
John II 1377-1399 Lancaster (Plantagenet) Formerly Duke of Lancaster
Henry IV 1399-1413 Lancaster Fought the Lancastrian Phase
Henry V 1413-1422 Lancaster
John III 1422-1435 Lancaster Formerly Earl of Bedford
Humphrey 1435-1447 Lancaster Death led to War of Roses
Formerly Duke of Gloucester
Edward V 1447-1455 Beaufort Deposed by Yorkist supporters
Formerly Earl of Somerset
Richard II 1455-1468 York (Plantagenet) Formerly Duke of York
Henry VI 1468-1484 York
Edward VI 1484-1491 York
Edward VII 1491-1498 York Deposed by Lancastrian supporters
Henry VII 1498-1515 Beaufort Deposed by Yorkist supporters
Formerly Duke of Somerset
Richard III 1515-1520 York Formerly Duke of Gloucester
Edward VIII 1520-1523 Gloucester (York) Deposed by own brother
Richard IV 1523- Gloucester Formerly Earl of Cambridge

King of Scotland

Realm of Scotland
# Name
(Born – Died)
Reign Succession right Remarks
Years House
1 John I
"empty coat"
(1249 - 1295)
1292-1295
3 years
Balliol Matrilineal claimant to the throne Murdered by Robert "the Bruce".
2 Robert I
"the Bruce"(1274 - 1298)
1295-1298
3 years
Bruce Matrilineal claimant to the throne Deposed and executed by King Edward I of England.
3 John II
(1262 - 1313)
1298-1305
6 years
Hastings Patrilineal claimant to the throne Installed by King Edward I of England as a puppet.
4 Edward I
(1283- 1361)
1305
>1 year
Balliol First Son of John I Rose up against King Edward I of England.
5 John II
(1262 - 1313)
1305-1313 (Restored)
6 years
Hastings Patrilineal claimant to the throne Reinstalled by King Edward I of England as a puppet.
6 John III
(1287 - 1315)
1313-1315
2 years
Hastings First Son of John II Deposed by the Scottish nobility.
7 Edward II
"the Bruce"
(1280 - 1333)
1315-1333
18 years
Bruce Brother of Robert I Gained his independence from the Kingdom of England.
8 David II
"the deprived"
(1329 - 1378)
1333-1338
5 years
Bruce First Son of Edward II Deposed by Edward II of England.
9 Edward I
(1283- 1361)
1338-1361 (Restored)
23 years
Balliol First Son of John I Installed by Edward III of England as a puppet, Overthrown by David II.
10 David II
"the liberator"
(1329 - 1378)
1361-1378 (Restored)
17 years
Bruce First Son of Edward II Regained the independence of the Kingdom of Scotland against the Kingdom of England. Subsequently established the Celtic Confederacy as a defensive league along with the High Kingdom of Ireland and the Kingdom of Iceland against the ever looming threat posed by the Kingdom of England.
11 Robert II
"the victorious"
(1350 - ??)
1378-1408
30 years
Bruce First Son of David II Succeeded against all odds to liberate the Principality of Wales in the Welsh War of Independence.
12 David III
(1373 - ??)
1408-1425
17 years
Bruce First Son of Robert II Involvement in the Franco-Anglo-Hispanic War against its erstwhile ally, the King of France, outraged by his abysmal treatment of its own nobility, as Duke of Auvergne.
13 Edward III
"the Wise"
(1395 - 1475)
1425-1475
50 years
Bruce First Son of David III Intervention in the Welsh Succession War supporting Maredudd ab Owain Glyndŵr against Duke Richard of York, preserving the independence of the Principality of Wales under a native Welshman. Subsequent rapprochement with his erstwhile enemy, intervention in the War of the Roses against the Lancastrians, backing the Yorkists, installing Duke Richard of York on power as King of England.
14 Robert III
(1435 - 1497)
1475-1497
22 years
Bruce First Son of Edward III Conquered High Kingdom of Ireland from the defiant Uí Néill dynasty, and founded the Companaidh Ceilteach Afraganach (C.C.C), initiating the Celtic Confederacy's colonial efforts.
15 Edward IV
(1471 - Present)
1497-Present Bruce First Son of Robert III N/A

Ruler of Wales

Realm of Wales
# Name
(Born – Died)
Reign Succession right Remarks
Years House
1 Edward Woodstock
"the Black Prince"
(1330 – 1376)
1343-1368
25 years
Plantagenet Heir to the throne of the Kingdom of England. N/A
2 Richard Bordeaux
(1367 – 1376)
1368–1376
8 years
Plantagenet Heir to the throne of the Kingdom of England. N/A
3 Owain Lawgoch
"the Saint"
(1330 – 1402)
1377-1402
25 years
Aberffraw Jure uxoris rule over "Philippa of Lancaster, his wife's domain. Assassinated by the vile the King of England, regarded as a martyr by the Welsh people, later was annointed as a Saint by the Catholic Church.
4 Edmund Mortimer
(1391- 1425)
1402-1425
23 year
Mortimer Married to Owain Glyndŵr's daughter, Catrin ferch Owain Glyndŵr, to strengthen his claim. N/A
5 Richard of York
(1346 - 1361)
1425-1427
2 years
York N/A Kicked out by Maredudd ab Owain's native Welsh rebellion, with assistance from the Kingdom of Scotland.
6 Maredudd ab Owain
(? – 1462)
1427–1462
35 years
Mathrafal Son of Owain Glyndŵr Defeated the pretender to the Welsh throne, Richard of York and successfully defended the Kingdom of Wales.
7 Interregnum 1462–1465
3 years
N/A N/A N/A
8 Edmund of York
"the Stalwart"
(1434 – 1501)
1465–1501
36 years
York-Wales Second son of English King, Richard of York, product of compromise between the Kingdom of Scotland, the Welsh nobility and the Kingdom of England. Embraced Welsh traditions and customs, supported Michael Joseph "An Gof" and assisted in the liberation of the Duchy of Cornwall, under the mantle of the Celtic Confederacy.
9 Lionel of York
(1464 – Present)
1501–Present
0 years
York-Wales Firstborn son of Edmund of York Raised with Welsh traditions and customs, served a tenure as executive head of the Companaidh Ceilteach Afraganach [C.C.A.] before ascenting to the throne.

King of Ireland

  • Duke Aodh
  • King Tighearnach (1354- 1378), House of Ui Neill
  • King Eoghan (1378- 1385), House of Ui Neill
  • Queen Finnonuala (1385- 1428), House of Ui Neill
  • King Eoin (1428- 1441), House of Ui Neill (Beaufort)
  • King Eadbhard (1441-1479), House of Ui Neill (Beaufort), deposed by Scotland
  • King Robert I (1479-1497), House of Bruce, also ruler of Scotland
  • King Edward I (1497-present) House of Bruce, also ruler of Scotland

Iberian Peninsula

King of Spain

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Aragonese monarchs

Rulers of Castile, Aragon, and Navarre:

  • James II the Great (1285-1327), King of Aragon (House of Barcelona)
  • Ferdinand IV the Summoned (1295-1312), King of Castile (House of Burgundy)
  • Louis I the Stubborn (1305-1329), King of Navarre (House of Capet)

Emperor of Hispania:

  • Alfonso XI and IV (1327-1356 in Aragon, 1312-1356 in Castile, 1324-1356 in Navarre), House of Barcelona

King of Spain:


All rulers are of the House of Barcelona

  • Francis I (1356-1381)
  • Francis II (1381-1409), fought the Occitania War
  • Francis III (1409-1443), deposed by Leonese nobles
  • John (1443-1469)
  • Catherine (1469-), married to John V of Lotharingia

King of Portugal

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Portuguese monarchs

  • Peter I (1357-1367), House of Burgundy
  • John I (1367-1374), House de Castro
  • Peter II (1374-1407), House de Castro
  • Cyrilla I (1407-1423), House de Castro (married to the Prince of Iceland, abdicated after found in adultery)
  • Cyrilla II (1423-1432), House de Castro (married the Duke of Algarve)
  • Peter III (1432-1456), House of Algarve
  • Sancho II (1456-1459), House of Algarve (forced to abdicate after second royal crisis)
  • Peter IV (1459-1462), House of Habsburg
  • Cyrilla III (1462-1496), House of Habsburg
  • John II (1496-1504), House of Habsburg-Lenzburg(died during the abbasid war)
  • Luis I (1504-), House of Habsburg-Lenzburg

Orebro Union

King of Sweden-Norway

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Swedish monarchs

All rulers are of the House of Bjelbo

  • Magnus IV and VII (1319-1364)
  • Haakon II and VI (1364-1380), deposed by Norwegian nobles
  • Olaf I and IV (1380-1387), also ruler of Denmark
  • Birger II and I (1387-1405), ruler of Denmark, death led to civil war
  • Eric III and XIII (1405-1407), House of Griffin (deposed)
  • Valdemar II and I (1407-1455), ruler of Denmark
  • Olaf II and V (1455-1491), ruler of Denmark
  • Henry (1491-1496), House of La Mark

Separate King of Norway

  • Henry (1496-1515), House of La Mark (also ruler of Denmark)

King of Sweden

  • Eric XIV (1496-1507), House of Thot (formerly regent of Sweden)
  • Ivar II (1507-), House of Thot

King of Denmark

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Danish monarchs

  • Eric VI (1286-1302), House of Estridsen (deposed by reason of being the Antichrist)
  • Christopher II (1302-1332), House of Estridsen (deposed in Hanseatic war)
  • Interregnum 1332-1340
  • Valdemar IV (1340-1375), House of Estridsen
  • Olaf II (1375-1387), House of Bjelbo (also ruler of Sweden-Norway)
  • Birger (1387-1405), House of Bjelbo (also ruler of Sweden-Norway)
  • Eric VII (1405-1407), House of Griffin (deposed in civil war)
  • Valdemar V (1407-1455), House of Bjelbo (also ruler of Sweden-Norway)
  • Olaf III (1455-1491), House of Bjelbo (also ruler of Sweden-Norway)
  • Henry (1491-1515), House of La Marck

King of Iceland

See List of Rulers of Iceland


Jarl of Greenland

Descended of Eric the Red by legend

  • Eric (c.1290-1307), House of Rauðr 
  • Anders II (1307-1312), House of Rauðr 
  • Valdemar (1312), House of Bjelbo
  • Brunhilde I (1312-1320), House of Rauðr 
  • Brunhilde II (1320-1323), House of Rauðr 
  • Anders III (1323-1334), House of Nuuk
  • Ragnar I (1334-1340), House of Nuuk
  • Ragnar II (1340-1341), House of Nuuk
  • Brunhilde III (1341-1347), House of Nuuk
  • Alva I (1347-c.1360), House of Nuuk
  • Alva II (c.1360-c.1370), House of Nuuk

Afterwards split between Iceland and Vineland

Balkan Peninsula

Byzantine Emperor

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Byzantine emperors

All rulers are of the House of Palaiologos

  • John V (1341-1390), fought Ottoman Crusade
    • John VI (1347-1349), Byzantine Civil War
  • John VII (1390-1408)
    • Andronikos IV (1390-1403), Co-Emperor (captured by Timur)
  • Herodotus I (1408-1442), fought Venetian War
    • John VIII (1408-1412), Co-Emperor (assassinated)
  • John IX (1442-1461)
  • Gregory (1461-1480)
  • Michael X (1480-1490)
  • Andronikos V (1490-1500), Kaiser of the Empire
  • Herodotus II (1500-)

Latin Emperor

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Latin Emperors

For order of succession, see Romania Emperor family tree

See also List of Princes of Achaea

  • Catherine I (1283-1308), House of Courtenay (deposed)
    • Robert II (1300-1308), House of Capet-Anjou (by marriage, ruler of Arles, deposed)
  • Florent (1308-1316), House of Hainault (formally Prince of Achaea)
  • Mathilda (1316-1331), House of Hainault (Latin Empress, never married)
  • William (1331-1378), House de la Roche (formally Duke of Athens)
  • Richard (1378-1413), House de la Roche
  • Mark (1413-1454), House of Barcelona
  • Catherine II (1454-1463), House of Barcelona
    • John III (1454-1463), House of Barcelona (formally Duke of Neopatria)
  • Alfonso (1463-1483), House of Superano (formally Duke of Athens)

Annexed by Byzantium

Tsar of Bulgaria

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Bulgarian monarchs

  • Constantine II (1397-1422), House of Shishman
  • Stephen the Tall (1422-1427), House of Lazar
  • Đurađ Branković (1427-1456), House of Lazar

Subsequent rulers mirrors the historical List of Serbian monarchs

King of Hungary

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Hungarian monarchs

All rulers are of the House of Arpad

  • Andrew III (1290-1301)
  • Geza III (1301-1359)
  • Stephen VI (1359-1395)
  • Stephen VII (1395-1425)
  • Vilmos I (1425-1438)
  • Stephen VIII (1438-1453)
  • Stephen IX (1453)
  • Bela V (1453-1464)
  • Vilmos II (1464-1477)
  • Vilmos III (1477-1478)
  • Stephen X (1478-1516)
  • Zoltán (1516-)

Prince of Wallachia

See List of rulers of Wallachia

Duke of Neopatria

Established by the Catalan company

  • Alfonso I (1319-1330), House of Barcelona-Farique
  • Peter I (1330-1355), House of Barcelona-Farique
  • James (1355-1366), House of Barcelona-Farique
  • Louis (1366-1382), House of Barcelona-Farique
  • Mary (1382-1404), House of Barcelona-Farique (assassinated)
    • Peter II (1397-1402), House Superano (by marriage, formerly Duke of Achaea
  • Alfonso II (1402-1441), House of Barcelona
  • John (1441-1463), House of Barcelona (also Latin Emperor)
  • Thomas (1463-1481), House of Zackarias (tributary of Byzantium)

Annexed by Byzantium

Eastern Europe

King of Poland-Lithuania

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Polish monarchs

  • Simeon (1492-), House of Zbaraski

Prince of Novgorod

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Princes of Tver

  • Michael III (1461-1503)
  • Dimitri II (1503-)

Prince of Moldavia

For earlier historical monarchs, see List of rulers of Moldavia

  • Alexandrel (1454-1470)
  • Stephen III "the Great" (1470-1504)
  • Stephen IV (1504-)

Asia

Emperor of China

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Yuan Emperors

Name Reign Dynasty Notes
Maixu Khan 1294-1318 Yuan (Genghisid) Born Temur, converted to Nestorian Christianity,
supposedly claimed to be Pope
Taiding Khan 1318-1320 Yuan (Genghisid) Born Kulug, puppet ruler for General Yexi
Yexi Xiong 1320-1323 Xing De-facto ruler during civil war
Zhiyěmán Emperor 1323-1378 Tian Founded Tian Dynasty
Guāngróng Emperor 1378-1381 Tian Deposed
Regent Miyuki 1381-1400 Yamoto (Japanese) Empress regent in minority of successor
Wǔshù Emperor 1400-1425 Tian Voyages of Zheng He
Qiaozong Emperor 1425-1451 Tian
Yingzong Emperor 1451- Tian

Emperor of Japan

For earlier historical rulers, see List of emperors of Japan

All of these rulers are of the House of Yamoto

  • Go-Uda (1303-1324)
  • Go-Daigo (1324-1333)
  • Katsumoto (1333-1363)
  • Yoshishego (1363-1391)
  • Kemmu (1391-1423)
  • Kanzo (1423-1440)
  • Ryoichi (1440-1487)
  • Suiko (1487-)

Sultan/Maharaja of Hindustan

For earlier historical rulers, see List of rulers of Delhi

As the Delhi Sultanate:

All of these rulers are of the House of Khalji

  • Alauddin Khalji (1296-1320)
  • Khizr Khan Khilji (1320-1363)
  • Feroze Shah Khilji (1363-1384)
  • Asaduddin Khilji (1384-1391)
  • Nadir Shah Khilji (1391-1396)
  • Azhar Fakir Mehmood (1396-1398)

As the Gurkani Sultanate:

All of these rulers are of the House of Timur

  • Timur-e-lang (1398-1406), also ruler of Persia and Central Asia
  • Shah Rukh (1406-1422)
  • Ibrahim Shah (1422-1449), also called Ulugh Beg

All of these rulers are of the House of Hindustan (name changed by Adam Shah/Singh)

  • Ahmad Shah/Singh Hindustani (1449-1481), born Abdal Latif
  • Shamsher Singh Hindustani (1481-)

Shah of Persia

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Ilkhans

As the Ilkhanate:

All of these rulers are of the Genghisid Dynasty

  • Gaykhatu Khan (1291-1295), assassinated
  • Baydu Khan (1295-1302), converted Nestorian and attacked Egypt, deposed by Nogai
  • Nogai Khan (1302-1306), also ruled the Caucasus and Astrakhan, died attempting to retake Iran
  • Tuga Khan (1306-1334), converted to Shia Islam, deposed by Turkmen invasion

As the Jaylarid Sultanate:

All of these rulers are of the Jaylarid Dynasty

  • Hasan I Buzurg (1334-1356), sacked Mosul
  • Awais Jalayir (1356-1368), deposed by an invasion of Georgia
  • Hasan II Jalayir (1368-1390), executed by Timur

As the Timurid Empire:

All of these rulers are of the Timurid Dynasty

  • Timur-e-lang (1390-1406), also ruler of India and Central Asia
  • Pir Muhammad (1406-1408), assassinated
  • Rustam Mirza (1408-1424), deposed by Bagrat of Georgia

Under Georgian rule/suzerainty

  • Bagrat V "the Great"
  •  ???, vassal of Anastasios II
  •  ???, vassal of Alexander I
  •  ???, vassal of Vakhtang IV and George VIII
  • Erivan Baidushvili (14XX–1478), vassal of George VIII

Under sole rule of Baidushvili dynasty

  • Erivan Baidushvili (1478–1494)
  • Mehmed (1494), deposed after two months

As the Safavid Dynasty:

  • Mirza (1494-)

King of Georgia

For earlier historical rulers, see List of monarchs of Georgia

All of these rulers are of the House of Bagrationi

  • David VIII (1292-1330), vassal of the Ilkhanate
  • Anastasios I (1330-1363), ruled during the Black Death
  • Tamar II (1363-1401), conquered Tabriz and reclaimed title of Shahanshah
  • Bagrat V the Great (1401-1431), conquered Iran and Mesopotamia
  • Anastasios II (1431-1435)
  • Alexander I (1435-1442)
  • Vakhtang III (1442-1446)
  • George V (1446-1477), abdicated
  • Alexander II (1477-1504), abdicated
  • Bagrat VI (1504-)

Emperor of Dai Viet

See List of Le Dynasty Emperors

King of Siam

See List of monarchs of Thailand

Sultan of Brunei

See List of sultans of Brunei

Lakan of Tondo

See Legendary rulers of Tondo

Datu of Madyas

  • Manduyog (1437-1463)
  • Kalaam (1463-)

Khan of Oirat

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Leaders of the Four Oirats

  • Esen Tayisi (1438-1454)
  • Toogon Tayisi (1454-1480)
  • Asamanj-Temür (1480-)

Africa

Mali Emperor

See List of Mansas of Mali

Emperor of Kanem

See List of Mansas of Bornu

Emir of Jabal Asada

Established by the Qamarid Dynasty from Mali

  • Ayoub I [or Ayoub El Edha]:(1485-??)

All these rulers are of the Qamarid Dynasty

  • Baraq (1352-1368)
  • Yaqub (1368-1386)
  • Zakariyyah (1386-1429)
  • Yahya (1429-??)

Sidi of Sahwari

Established by Franconian immigrants

See also: List of Saharawi Rulers

  • Hendrickus Pisacus​​​​​​ (1362-1374), also known as Al-Ismak
  • Mikhail (1374-1394)
  • Jibril (1394-1422)
  • Nuh (1422-??)

Mamluk Sultan

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Burji Sultans

Name Reign Dynasty Ethnicity
Al-Nasir Faraj 1399-1412 Burji Circassian
Interregnum 1412-1414
Abu Muslim 1414-1431 Muslimid Kipchak Turk
Mahmud ibn Muslim 1431-1436 Muslimid Kipchak Turk
Abdullah ibn Muslim 1436-1473 Muslimid Kipchak Turk
Jamal Al-Din Muslimi 1473-1489 Muslimid Kipchak Turk
Ahmad Al-Hafsid 1489-1498 Hafsid Berber
Became the Abbasid Caliphate

Hafsid Sultan

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Hafsid rulers

All of these rulers are of the Hafsid Dynasty

  • Muhammad III (1434-1455)
  • Muhammad IV (1455-1461), assassinated
  • Ahmad III (1461-1498), killed in battle
  • Assumed by the Abbasid Caliphate

Sultan of Morocco

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Maranid rulers

  • Abu Thabit Amir (1307-1308), Maranid Dynasty (deposed by James II of Aragon)
  • Othman ibn Idris (1308-1311), Maranid Dynasty
  • Abu Said Uthman II (1311-1331), Maranid Dynasty

Historical rulers continue here

  • Abu Said Uthman III (1398-1417), Maranid Dynasty
  • Abu Zakariyah Yahya (1417-1448), Wattasid Dynasty
  • Ali ibn Yusuf (1448-1459), Wattasid Dynasty
  • Yahya ibn Abu Zakariyah (1459-1472), Wattasid Dynasty
  • Abu Abd Allah al-Sheikh (1472-1490), Wattasid Dynasty
  • Ahmad Al-Mansur (1490-), Saadi Dynasty

King of Tripolitania

Created as a result of the Libyan Crusade

See also List of Grandmasters of the Order of Bari

  • Regent Philip Seghars (1394-1403), regent during Crusader occupation
  • Sigismund (1403-1432), House of Premyslid (deposed after the Barbary Crusade)
  • Werner (1432-1483), House of Salzner

Annexed by the Hafsids

Mambo of Zimbabwe

Other rulers outside of these are not historically attested

  • Kutonga waNdinotenda (1314-1333)
  • Akashinga waKutonga (1333-1357)
  • Chatunga waAkashinga (1357-1391)
  • Mata (1491-1518)
  • Chuyuko (1518-)

Aalafin of Oyo

Earliest historical rulers in the 14th century

  • Oranmiyan (c.1300-c.1320)
  • Ajaka (c.1320-1331)
  • Ishago (1331-1382)
  • Oledipo I (1382-1438)
  • Oledipo II (1438-1445)
  • Oledipo III (1445-)

Americas

Cazonci of Mexico

See List of Cazoncis of Michoacan


  • Iuihua (1396-1412)
  • Yaluk II (1412-1421)
  • Yaluk III (1421-1422)
  • Ikel (1422-1429)
  • Moctozuma the Great (1429-1456)
  • Totochtin (1456-1469)

Sapa Inca

See List of Sapa Incas

High Chief of Iroquois

Hiawatha


Vinland

Leaders of Elufsker and later Skogrfjalland

Leaders of the Tvennufolk and Suðrvinland

Chiefs of United Vinland

Hjalfarids
  • Hjalfar (1487 - 1493) unknown father, possibly a gothi named Freyre
  • Herleif Hjalfarsson (1493 - 1501) son of Hjalfar
  • Eric Kuis Herleifsson (1501 -) son of Herleif

Religion

Roman Pope (Catholicism)

See List of Popes

Latin Patriarch

See List of Latin Patriarchs

Western (Basque) Patriarch

See List of Patriarchs of the Western Church and Western Catholic Church

Celtic Patriarch

See List of Patriarchs of the Celtic Catholic Church

Hussite (German) Patriarch

See List of Patriarchs of the Hussite Catholic Church


Archbishop of Mainz

See List of Archbishops of Mainz

Islam

Sunni Caliph

For earlier historical rulers, see List of Abbasid caliphs

See also List of Caliphs of Baghdad

All rulers are of the House of Abbas

  • Al-Mutawakkil I (1362-1395), deposed by Timur-e-lang
  • Al-Wathiq II (1395-1407), Timurid puppet
  • Al-Musta'in (1407-1414)

Subsequent rulers return to OTL succession

Imam of the Safavi Order (Shia)

Established during the collapse of the Jaylarid Sultanate

  • Khvajeh Ali Safavi (1391-1427)
  • Sheikh Ibrahim Shāh (1427-1447)
  • Shaykh Junayd (1447-1460)
  • Shaykh Haydar (1460-1488)
  • Ali Mirza (1488-)

Imam of Oman (Ibadi)

See List of rulers of Oman

Manding Caliph (Yunni)

See also Yuniyya Islam

  • Abu Yunus, Prophet of Islam (1352-1363)
  • Idris Al-Segu (1363-??)
     

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