PC ID #47
Starts with 65 fiefs
Highest Title: 03 King of England , 03 King of Ireland
Overlordships: Buckingham , Cheshire , Cumberland , Cornwall , Dorsetshire , Guernsey , Hampshire ,Lincolnshire , London , Northampton , Nottingham , Northumberland , North Wales , Somerset , Staffordshire , South Wales , Yorkshire , Gascony , Guyenne , Leinster , Munster , Ulster
Economic Power Ranking: 199
Bio: Included under Who was Edward III
Coat of Arms: (actual)
Fief Code Fief Name Fief Code Fief Name Fief Code Fief Name EAR02 Shrewsbury EBK01 Hertford EBK03 Watford ECG02 Cambridge ECH03 Chester ECU02 Carlisle ECU07 Kendal ECW01 Bude ECW02 Saltash ECW03 Meregissey ECW04 Falmouth ECW05 Penzance EDR02 Derby EDR04 Leicester EDU03 Hartlepol EDV03 Exeter EEX01 Harwich EGE01 Channel Isles EGL04 Gloucester EGL06 Bristol EHE03 Hereford EHE05 Monmouth EHM02 Winchester EHM04 Portmouth EHM05 Southampton EKE03 Cantebury ELA03 Lancaster ELA09 Bootle ELC05 Lincoln ELN01 London ENF04 Norwich ENH03 Northampton ENO02 Newark ENO04 Nottingham ENW01 Anglesey ENW06 Caernoven ENW10 Machynlleth EOX03 Oxford EPM01 St David's ESM01 Bath ESM02 Weston-ESR01 Croydon
Super-Mare ESW06 Cray ESW08 Cardiff ESW09 Swansea ESX01 Hastings ESY04 Salisbury EWK01 Coventry EYS04 Whitby EYS08 Scarborough EYS10 York EYS13 Market EYS15 Leeds EYS16 Bradford
Weighton FGA05 Maransin FGA07 Baiona FGU01 Marenne FGU07 St Emillion FGU09 Bordeaux FGU12 Graves FGU13 Bazas FGU15 Captieux RLI00 Leinster RMU00 Munster RUL00 Ulster
Notes: Edward III, by the Grace of God the King of England, is a noble fellow. His Grace is a large, fine looking man, who truly looks like a king. The king's grandmother and mother were both daughters of Kings of France (Philip III and Philip IV, respectively), from whence he may be said to have a claim on the throne of France.
Good King Edward began his reign in 1327, when he was only 15 years of age. In that year, at the instigation of his Royal Wife, King Edward II was deposed, imprisoned, and later slain by the evil Mortimer. For two years England suffered under the misrule of Queen Isabel and the evil Mortimer, as the young king was kept from power. Demonstrating great skill for one his age, King Edward slowly built an alliance among the most influential of the nobles and commons, and in 1329 ousted his mother from, and took the reigns of, government. Executing Mortimer and his principal supporters in interesting ways, the King exiled his mother to the confines of England, excluding her completely from government. From this it will be seen that the King is a true "Mighty Man" in matters political, diplomatic, governmental, and conspiratorial. Yet his is also the one of the foremost knights of the realm, a veritable Hector in the lists. Should war ever come to darken the peace of his reign, there can be no doubt but that King Edward will bring much glory to the realm.