Monarchy of Lytera
|Monarch of the Kingdom of Lytera|
since 21 August 2017
|Heir apparent||Prince Owen|
|First monarch||HR Marion (Co-Ruler with Amelia)|
19th August 2017
The Lyteran Monarchy, legally called as the Royal Crown, is the government household that compromises the Monarch of the Kingdom of Lytera and the entire Imperial Lyteran Family. The title of the monarch is King for male, Monarch for Non-Binary or other genders, and Queen for female. The current monarch of the Kingdom of Lytera is Queen Amelia I since 21 August 2017.
The monarch has the power to:
- The power to control the government
- The power to give titles to people
- The power to appoint the King's Council
- The power to issue Royal decrees
- The power to veto any law proposed by the King's Council
- The power to declare war
- The power to start diplomatic relations
- The power to issue corporal punishment
Houses of the Royal Family
As of September 2019, Five Houses make up the Lyteran Imperial Family. Of these five, three have claims to the throne, and the two without claims have no heirs, and are predicted to be extinct in the future.
- House of Banks - The Main House, comprises the largest part of the family. Two of the monarchs of Lytera have been of this house.
- House of Reynolds - The Secondary House. Has the most potential successors to the Throne.
- House of Houghton - The Newest Royal House, took the House of Bayliss's claim to the throne on September 20th 2019 after the Royal Wedding.
- House of Bayliss - The only house aside from the House of Banks to have a monarch on the throne. Had a claim to the throne until 2019.
- House of Forrest - The smallest house, and the only one with no claims to the throne.
Lytera's monarchy is a confusing tale. Until 2017, Amelia I was technically Queen, and was addressed as such, however, High Regent Marion of Lytera was officially in charge. The monarchy of the Kingdom of Lytera as it currently runs was established on the 19th of August, 2017 with the declaration of right by King Matthew. King Matthew attempted to clamp down on any dissident thinking, and led a two day reign of terror. After a argument with Grand Duke Amelia, he attempted to capture the Duke, but the Duke escaped, and rounded up his cousins, who were visiting. On the 21st of June, King Matthew was ousted from power after a day long battle. Amelia was crowned in the ruins of what would later become Koi Lake.
The terms of the treaty made Matthew be demoted to Duke, and lose his right to the throne. Until 2018, distrust still existed between the two, though improved relations have begun to shine through. After the Octoberist Coup Plot, Duke Matthew was stripped of his titles once again. The King's cousins are the current expected successors, and are well trusted by the king.
List of Monarchs
|Name||Lifespan||Reign start||Reign end||Total reign||Notes||House||Image|
|Marion I (Co-Ruler with Amelia)||1 November 1919 - 1 November 2017||12 January 2010||19 August 2017||2776 days||Head of the Council of Regents
King Came Of Age to Rule
|House of Bayliss,Banks and Forrest|
|Amelia I (Co-Ruler with Marion)||3 October 2002||12 January 2010||19 August 2017||2776 days||House of Banks|
|Matthew I||19 August 2007||19 August 2017||21 August 2017||2 days||Lineal Descendant
|House of Banks|
|Amelia I||3 October 2002||21 August 2017||2040 days||Collateral Descendant||House of Banks|
As of the Constitution, a new line of succession was set out.
Full line of succession
- HRM Queen Amelia I
- 1. HRH Crown Prince Owen (I)
- 2. HRH Princess Megan (I)
- 3. HRH Princess Ayra (I)
- 4. HRH Princess Siobhan (I)
- 5. HRH Princess Aofie (I)
- 6. HRH Princess Reeva (I)
- 7. Viscountess Mia (I)
- 8. HRH King Father Michael (I)
- 9. HH Prince John (I)
- 10. HH Princess Pamela (I)
- 11. HRH Queen Mother Karen (I)
- 11. HRH King Grandfather Robert (I)
- 13. HH Prince Colin (I)
- 14. Viscountess Tracey (I)
- 15. Viscountess Ellie (I)
- 16. Viscount Rhys (I)
- 17. Viscount Owen (II)
- 14. Viscountess Tracey (I)
- The Monarch is addressed as His/Her Royal Majesty (HRM) in formal way, His/Her Majesty in a shortened way, and the King/Queen in a informal way.
- Members of the family with the title of Prince or Princess may be adressed as His/Her Royal Highness (HRH) in a formal way, or Prince/Princess in a shortened, informal way.
- Members of the family with any other title are simply referred to by that title (IE: Duke)