Carlos I

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H.I.R.M. Ramá II (Carlos I)
Official Portrait of Ramá II
Emperor of Millania
Assumed office
June 3, 2018
Predecessor Santiago I (Ramá I)
Successor Nicolás Millán
Personal information
Born 11 February 1941 (1941-02-11) (age 79)
Bogotá, Colombia
Citizenship FLAGMNG.png Millania
Nationality Colombia
Ethnicity White Hispanic
Spouse(s) Empress Consort Carmen
Children Empress Emeritus Marcela
Residence Palacio Bogotá, Avilia, Millania
Occupation Vice President of the Colombian Academy of Military History
Profession Navy Officer
Religion Roman Catholic
Military service
Allegiance FLAGMNG.png Millania
Service/branch NJMNG.png Millanian Navy
ColEnsign.png Colombian Navy
Rank NJMNG.png Grand Admiral
ColEnsign.png Capitán de Navío
Unit ARC Caldas, ARC Almirante Padilla, ARC Tayrona
Commands Imperial Cantonese Fleet
Battles/wars Granadine-Cornosian Wars
Awkward War

HIRM Emperor Carlos I is the second Emperor of Millania. Carlos I was de jure Heir to the Throne to his predecessor, Santiago I, because Crown Prince Nicolás was deemed too young to take the throne. Carlos was a Ship-of-the-line Captain (Capitán de Navío) in the Colombian Navy until his retirement, notably serving as captain of the frigates ARC Caldas and ARC Almirante Padilla and the Submarine ARC Tayrona. He also served in a communications post in Bogotá.

Early Life

Carlos Prieto Ávila was born in February 11, 1941 in Bogotá, Colombia to parents Cosme Prieto and Rita Ávila. He grew up in the city, and was conscripted into the navy.

Reign as Emperor

The reign of Carlos I has so far been notable for a huge expansion of the Empire, both in terms of size and population, and the establishment of the current Union. Carlos' reign has been celebrated as the most successful in Millanian history. With the admission of eleven prefectures, four territories, and six constituent realms (Yochtia (and Cornosia), Sirusia, Charlbrough, Anderssonia, and Kayutsastan). In his reign, two Chancellors have reigned, Charlotte Baxter-Bray and Thomas Andersson. He also oversaw the 2019 MOF Games, and the foundation of the Asia-Pacific Alliance.

Full Title

His Imperial and Royal Majesty Carlos I Mongrankokoningkorama of Bogotá, and of the Great House Prieto, by the Grace of God Almighty, of the Union of Millania and New Granada, and Lands Represented by the Crowns of the Council of Four, and of Millanian Dominions beyond the Sea Emperor;

King of Prietstina, of the Uribians, of the Llamashi and the Mananu, of the River Alcalá, of Calocho, of Santamaría, of Antoniana, of the Lands of La Santísima Trinidad, of La Quinta, of Tierra Firma, of the Indies of the Orient and Occident and of the Mountains of New Spain;

Head of the Council of Four;

Protector of Yochtia, of Anderssonia, of Sirusia, of Charlbrough and of Kayutsastan;

Duke of San Millán, of Prietona and of Yåktspøðra;

Lord of Avilia and of Cornosina;

Grand General of the Millanian Army, Grand Admiral of the Millanian Navy, Grand Marshal of the Millanian Air Force, Primus Pilus of the Millanian Imperial Guard;

Admiral of the Thai Fleet;

Head of the Millanian Commonwealth;

Sovereign of the Sovereign Most Venerable Order of the Great Dragon of the East, Grandmaster of the Most Auspicious Order of San Millán and of the Most Excellent Order of Santiago the First, Grand Knight of the Most Serene Order of the Virgin Mary, of the Most Glorious Order of Millanian Excellence and of the Most Excellent Order of Millania.

Awards and Decorations

  • OED.jpg Sovereign of the Order of the Eastern Dragon
  • FLAGMNG.png Grandmaster of the Order of San Millán
  • FLAGMNG.png Grandmaster the Order of Santiago I
  • FLAGMNG.png Grand Knight of the Order of The Virgin Mary
  • FLAGMNG.png Grand Knight of the Order of Millanian Excellence
  • FLAGMNG.png Grand Knight of the Order of The Millanian Empire

Military Postings