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| Aldrik of Kortrevich || 1773 || Alive || Unwed || Third-born son of Victor I and Marya Kortrevich.
 
| Aldrik of Kortrevich || 1773 || Alive || Unwed || Third-born son of Victor I and Marya Kortrevich.

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Victor I
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Publisher & Editor of B&K Publishing
Reign: 1759-Present
Margrave of Korstadt
Reign: 1758-Present
Predecessor: Markus I of Korstadt
Successor: Karl Kortrevich
Baron of Koravia
Reign: 1758-Present
Predecessor: Markus I of Korstadt
Successor: Karl Kortrevich
Born: 18th of Msitva and Dargund, 1741
New Reza, Haense
Spouse: Marya of Ayr (1760)
House: Kortrevich
Father: Markus Kortrevich
Mother: Winnifred Kortrevich

Viktor Otto Kortrevich, known as Viktor I, (18th of the Deep Cold, 1741-Present) of the House of Kortrevich, is the second Margrave of Korstadt and third Baron of Koravia under the rule of Kortrevich following his father’s abdication. He is the eldest son of Lord Markus of Korstadt, former Lord Palatine of Haense. At a young age he was mentored by his father and Konrad Stafyr. Throughout his childhood he received education since he was six to the age of eighteen. Shortly after his father’s abdication and withdrawal from public office, Viktor co-established Baruch & Kortrevich Publishing with his father-in-law Sigmar Baruch; soon forming the state-newspaper of the Golden Crow Chronicles.

Early Life and Young Adulthood

Born in New Reza to Lord Markus Kortrevich, Lord Palatine of Haense. Viktor’s childhood occurred during the Kingdom’s most long-lasting wars between the Holy Orenian Empire and the Alliance of Independent States. A year following Viktor’s birth, his father entered the office of the Lord Palatine. Early into Viktor’s childhood, he spent most of his time in school and warding underneath Konrad Stafyr and his father. As Viktor neared the age of majority, his interest in journalism steadily grew and proved to be affluent after he helped publish cultural postings in regards to the diverse Haeseni culture. It wouldn’t be till he and his father-in-law brought forth the Royal Newspaper Act of 1755 to the Royal Duma that his success in the art of journalism would be revealed.

Reign

Publisher & Editor of B&K Publishing

W.I.P

Margrave of Korstadt

W.I.P

Titles, Styles and Honors

Titles and Styles

  • 1758-Present: The Most Honorable, Margrave of Korstadt
  • 1758–Present: His Lordship, Baron of Koravia

Full Title of the 3rd Lord of Kortrevich

The formal title of Viktor I is: The Most Honorable, Lord Viktor Kortrevich, Margrave of Korstadt, Baron of Koravia, Publisher & Editor of B&K Publishing.

Issue

Name Birth Death Marriage Notes
Karl I, Heir of Kortrevich 1770 Alive Unwed First-born child of Victor I and Marya Kortrevich. Successor of Victor I.
Varon of Kortrevich 1771 Alive Unwed Second-born son of Victor I and Marya Kortrevich.
Aldrik of Kortrevich 1773 Alive Unwed Third-born son of Victor I and Marya Kortrevich.
Rickard of Kortrevich 1775 Alive Unwed Fourth-born son of Victor I and Marya Kortrevich.