Nícollas Reis, 1st Duke of Novaes
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|The Most Dignified|
Duke of Novaes
31 December 2019 - 29 June 2020
|Predecessor||Thiago Walker, Duke of Guanabara|
|Successor||Jonathan, Marquis of Rozandir|
Member of the House of Councillors
21 November 2014
|Born||3 March 1995|
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
|Political party||Moderate Party|
|Awards||All Ebenthali Orders (except the Order of Lady Mary)|
Lord Nícollas Reis, The Duke of Novaes (born Nícolas Watson Reis da Cruz in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 3 March 1995) in an Ebenthali politician who served as the 6th Lord Speaker of the College of Peers of the Realm, from his appointment by King Arthur II in late 2019 to the fall of the Moderate cabinet in mid 2020. He has been serving as Peer of the Realm and subsequently as a member of the House of Councillors for the Altenburg.
Active in the Ebenthali micronationalism since the beginning, Nícollas played a major role in Ebenthali history. In 2017 he was responsible for the discovery of the plot to overthrown King Arthur I by the the then First Lord Nilo Moreira, 1st Count of the Hidden Mound, which ultimately led to the Ebenthali Civil War. During the war he pledged his allegiance to the King and gave an epic speech that demoralized the Ebenthali rebels, turning some of them to the monarch's side. Later, in 2019, during the Mateusian Crisis sparked by King Mateus I, he, along with his brother Pedro Reis, 1st Count of Gesetzhausen, the Seneschal of Ebenthal, pressioned the Conclave to force the monarch's abdication. As a member of the powerful Ebenthali Reis Dynasty which, besides them, had other three members in high government offices, his leadership at the parliament was essential to force First Lord Thiago to comply with the Tribune of Truth's rogue decision to dethrone Mateus and rule him a criminal. For his brilliant action during this last crisis and his role during the civil war, he was recognized as a national hero and it is currently the only non-royal Ebenthali bearer of all national awards (excluding the female-only one).
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