Peter III, Holy Orenian Emperor
Emperor Peter III (High Imperial: Petrus Sigismundus; New Marian: Petyr Sigmund; Savoyardic: Pier Sigismundo)(1704–1784), also known as Peter Sigismundic, is a past ruler of The Holy Orenian Empire. He was declared the rightful Holy Orenian Emperor in the Instrument of Coronation, proclaimed by the then-ruler of Oren, Lord Protector Adrian de Sarkozy.
Birth and upbringing
Emperor Peter III was born Antonius Sigismund Horen in the Imperial City of Carolustadt, 1704. His parents were the Emperor of Man, Antonius I and Empress-Consort Karenina Anastasya of Alban.
- 1704-1706: His Imperial Highness Prince of the Empire of Man
- 1706-1715: His Imperial Highness The Crown Prince of the Empire of Man
- 1715-1736: His Lordship Lord Antony Sigismund of the House of Helane
- 1736–1784: His Imperial Majesty The Holy Orenian Emperor
Full title as the Holy Orenian Emperor
His Imperial Majesty, Peter III Sigismundic, Holy Orenian Emperor, King of Renatus, Salvus, and Seventis, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera.
|Anne I, Holy Orenian Empress||12th of Owyn's Flame, 1735||20th of Horen's Calling, 1800||Joseph II, Holy Orenian Emperor||Firstborn child of Peter III and his consort, Lorena of Augustin. Went on to reign over her father's domain alongside her husband and co-ruler, Joseph of Adria. Famed for being Oren's first empress regnant, and her ceding of Haense from her empire.|
|Lorena of Oren, Countess-consort of Rochefort||1738||Alive||Richard I, Count of Rochefort||Secondborn child of Peter III and his consort, Lorena of Augustin. Remembered as the matriarch of the infamous Rochefortine branch of Helvets, which produced some of the most controversial figures in her father’s empire.|
|Lysistrata of Helena, Baroness-consort of Artois||1757||Alive||Victor I, Baron of Artois||Illegitimate daughter of Peter III and an unknown woman. Bore the surname "d'Helena" prior to her marriage. Alleged to be a soothsayer.|
|Leopold Henry FitzPeter||1766||Alive||Margaret Aurelia Tiber||Firstborn illegitimate child of Peter III and his maîtresse-en-titre, Madame Rothesay. Only known son of Peter. Given the surname "FitzPeter" upon birth, thereafter becoming the first patriarch of the aforementioned house.|
|Blanche Thérèse of Helena, Duchess-consort of Cathalon||1770||Alive||Henry I, Duke of Cathalon||Secondborn illegitimate child of Peter III and his maîtresse-en-titre, Madame Rothesay. Twin to Héloïse. A fashion icon of the early 19th century.|
|Héloïse Olympe FitzPeter||1770||Alive||Joseph St. Edmond||Thirdborn illegitimate child of Peter III and his maîtresse-en-titre, Madame Rothesay. Twin to Blanche. A renowned burlesque dancer in Aeldin.|