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Tibby's Graphics and Grab-Bag Thread.

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The presidency of Hubert Humphrey was not what many would have expected back in 1948. In 1948 he was the champion of the liberals, but since then, he fell into wrong circles, those of Pat McCarran and Joseph McCarthy, both vocal anti-communist Democrats and he increasingly aligned with them more than he would have, his strong anti-communist sentiment began to shift harder.

After convincing his new ally to not drink and hold hearings, saving McCarthy's career in the process, Humphrey would see an opportunity open up in 1956 as President Eisenhower declined to stand for re-election. Humphrey ran as a hardline Cold Warrior, promising to continue the fight against communism with no holding back. Choosing fellow hardliner McCarthy as his running mate and surrounding himself with an aura of youth and "Americanism", he managed to defeat Nixon in a narrow election.

While he did try somewhat to pass civil rights, his main concern since the early 1950s was fighting communism, and he remembered Pat McCarran's talk of camps for "communists, subversives and all enemies of America" and how he approved very much of the idea. Successfully pressuring Congress to vote it through, he got some condemnations from civic liberals like Sam Ervin, but those were attacked as "weak" against the Red Tide and should be ignored.

The camps opened in late 1959, and the first to be interned were the entire leadership of the Communist Party. But as the seemingly-endless fight against the Reds persisted, McCarthy and Hoover increasingly made Humphrey more and more paranoid. Universal healthcare was something Humphrey passed in his first term, but presently nobody wants to credit him with it, instead praising Mike Mansfield instead for pushing it through the Senate.

Meanwhile, a certain candidate managed to win his election by thumping harder against the federally-controlled camps than anyone else, even as he was endorsed by the NAACP in his deeply-southern state. This man would be ahead of the curve on this issue, as the South increasingly became hostile to the idea of federal camps, perceiving it as a way to undermine states' rights.

Entering the 1960 election, President Humphrey faced Governor Thruston Morton, who was the first Southern Republican candidate, and he managed to pick up the Upper South even as Humphrey won in a lot of Steel Belt states. Meanwhile, Sam Ervin headed a Dixiecrat campaign that managed to win the Deep South and his state of North Carolina yet failed to win anywhere else.

While Humphrey was a racial liberal, a decade of exposure to McCarthy's thinking made his anti-communism take prominence above anything else, and once presented with (now known to be fraudulent) evidence that Martin Luther King Jr. worked with the Communist Party, Humphrey authorised him being put into a camp. This led to many protests and the chant "Humphrey 1948 Yes, Humphrey 1960 No!". The protests only worsened and by the end of the month, lurid news articles about the brutalities the otherwise-peaceful protesters were dealt by the violent state police splashed around.

Now re-elected in a landslide, the Governor of Alabama decided that enough was enough. Supporting Ervin was one thing, but it was clear that if he wanted to end the violations of states' rights [and individual rights, but that's another thing] that he had to win the nomination. George Wallace ran a peculiar campaign some say was just opportunism as he was once a racial moderate yet banged on about states' rights in the campaign. By allying with the other anti-Humphrey candidate in the race, Senator McGovern, in exchange for freeing MLK and other civil rights protesters outright instead of relocating them to prisons, he managed to eke out a victory over Vice-President McCarthy, a victory for the anti-establishment forces.

President Humphrey, by this point a dark and twisted man compared to his 1948 self, publicly endorsed the Republican candidate along with Vice-President McCarthy, one former Vice-President Richard Nixon. Nixon was running with the strongest anti-communist Republican Governor, Harold Stassen, and emphasised continuing the camps but "reforming" them and implementing civil rights legislation. This pro-camps/pro-civil rights combination proved lethal in a South that could have been open to him against Wallace.

"Democrats for Nixon" was a very establishment thing, but many conservative labor unions publicly backed it and told their members to do so. The members however, they recalled how their friends and families, and even themselves, were "met" by a threatening figure who demanded answers for their past actions that were apparently suspicious. This fear was a powerful weapon.

Wallace ran a campaign based on that fear. A firm civil liberties campaign that studiously did not clarify what "rights" he was campaigning for, only that Humphrey went too far. In the South, he made it clear that he supported states' rights, but in the North, his rhetoric was more couched and he left it up to his running-mate the liberal South Dakotan to speak what was to Wallace, unspeakable. McGovern could talk to minorities about how the ticket could end the persecutions of minorities and free their relatives from the camps, and that matters such as civil rights were "personally" to him ones that he thought should be dealt with as soon as possible.

Nixon tried attacking this two-faced campaign and the peculiar coalition of segregationists and liberals, but for every attack he made, he made a misstep. When he talked about protecting the American way of life in the South, he sounded too Democratic for liberal Republicans, and when he talked about civil rights and ensuring that a civil rights bill would be "on [his] desk in the first hundred days" he sounded too liberal for conservative Republicans. This election was an unusual one.

In the end, despite all the party splitting.

Despite all the shoutings about two-facedness.

Despite Nixon's battle-tested campaign.

George Wallace won.

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His declaration that this was the victory of the "silent majority", noting that all the polls said Nixon had a lead and they were wrong, heralded a new era. Vermont voting Democratic was unusual, but with both Republican Senators liberals and increasingly anti-Nixon, their vocal endorsement of Wallace changed the tide in the state at a presidential level.

On his first day, President George Wallace signed an executive order freeing Martin Luther King Jr.​
 
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The Light of the Future [WIP]

Boris Johnson (Conservative minority, then majority) 2019-2024
Keir Starmer (Labour-Liberal Democrat coalition, then Labour majority) 2024-2032
Rory Stewart (Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition) 2032-2037
Rebecca Long Bailey (Labour majority) 2037-2046
Justin Field (Labour majority, then minority with SNP supply and confidence) 2046-2057

Margot Bradford (Conservative majority) 2057-2071
Will Mathers (Conservative majority) 2071-2074

Henry Haunt (Labour-Power in Solidarity coalition) 2074-2079
Liz Jardine (Conservative minority with Techist supply and confidence) 2079-2081
Henry Haunt (Labour-Power in Solidarity coalition, then Labour majority) 2081-2087
David Shaw (Labour majority) 2087-2088

Faith Caraway (Conservative-"Democratic" Labour coalition) 2088-2090*
Charlie Bowers (Conservative-Democratic Socialist coalition) 2090-2097

Pi Yates (Labour-Liberal Alliance coalition) 2097-2099
Naomi Chandler (Conservative minority) 2099-2100
Pi Yates ("Skysoarer" Labour-Liberal Alliance with support from Green Lists) 2100-2107
Naomi Chandler (Conservative majority) 2107-2120
Ted Sinclair (Liberal Alliance-Skysoarer coalition with support from Green Lists) 2120-2129
Aurora Moon (Aurora Movement minority, then Aurora Movement-Liberal Alliance coalition) 2129-2135
Evelyn Reddy (Conservative-Handworkers' coalition, then Conservative majority [w/ Handworkers' in HoT]) 2135-2144
Aurora Moon (Aurora Movement-Skysoarer coalition [w/ Handworkers' in HoT]) 2144-2148
Hamish Blue (Conservative majority [w/ Handworkers' and OPP in HoT]) 2148-2157
Ni Ashton (Aurora Movement-Liberal Alliance coalition, then Aurora Democrat majority) 2157-2165*
Aurora Moon, 1st Duchess of Queensport (Aurora Democrat caretaker government) 2165
Janusz Taylor-Bloom (Aurora Democrat majority) 2165-2167

Simon Quincy (Conservative majority [w/ EcoLists and OPP in HoT]) 2167-2171
Rikki Patel (Aurora Democrat majority [w/ EcoLists in HoT]) 2171-2172
Simon Quincy (Conservative majority [w/ EcoLists and OPP in HoT] 2172-2179
Tia Williams (Aurora Democrat-Skysoarer coalition [w/ Handworkers' and EcoLists in HoT]) 2179-2183
Kai London (Conservative-Skysoarer "Restoration Coalition" [w/ OPP in HoT])) 2183-2194
Miliza Reddy (Conservative-Skysoarer coalition [w/ OPP in HoT]) 2194-2197

Jade Nightshade (Skysoarer-Aurora Democrat coalition [w/ Handworkers', EcoLists and OPP in HoT]) 2197-present
 

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Robert A. G. Monks, Baron Monks of Falmouth is a Mainer shareholder activist and politician who served in the Legislative Assembly of Maine representing the suburban constituency of Deering-Westbrook for 18 years between 1966 and 1984 and leader of the Maine Conservative Party for 9 years, from 1975 to 1984 during which he served as Premier for most of it between 1977 and 1983. A year later, he was appointed to replace Social Democratic peer Irving Freese in the Imperial House of Councillors which he served until he reached the age limit of 85 in 2018 and stepped down to be replaced by former Imperial Conservative leader Mitt Romney.

From a moneyed New England family, Monks joined the Conservative Party at a young age, strongly identifying with the Red Toryism of First Minister George Aiken, commenting that Aiken's "practical reformism" was exactly what he wished politics to be like. After finishing law school, he joined a law firm in Boston, before in 1960 relocating to Portland where he increasingly got involved in Conservative Party politics. Entering the Assembly in the 1966 election that saw Margaret Chase Smith return to power, Monks proved to be an adept parliamentarian, cultivating a strong loyalty for him in Deering-Westbrook.

Rising up in Conservative circles, by the time the cries for Linwood Palmer to resign after losing the election got too much, Monks was seen as the prime frontrunner and united the moderates behind him, easily seeing off the more conservative David Emery and becoming leader of the Opposition. As Premier Violette dealt with fluctating approval and controversial bills, Monks was seen as a dependable and knowledgeable leader who many turned to and in the 1977 election the Conservatives enjoyed a majority once more.

With the Democrats reeling from their defeat, Monks' government focused on two things - ensuring services were sustainable and riding Maine through the late 1970s recession that at an imperial level would bring down three governments. It was a high order, and Monks' policies did not solve Maine's entire problems, but it got him a vote of approval and re-election even if it was with a slimmer majority as George Mitchell's sleek campaign mobilised the Democrats and a Liberal resurgence took some seats off the Tories.

In Monks' second term, the imperial recession worsened and despite many Mainers not personally blaming Monks, they definitely agreed with Mitchell when he declared "it's time for a change". However, their mixed feelings can be seen in the fact that Mitchell was forced to go cap-in-hand to the Liberals to get a majority. Monks would return to the Opposition, declaring that he would stay on for the foreseeable future. However, a phone call from First Minister Brenda Robertson would change matters.

Irving Freese, one of New England's most left-wing Imperial Councillors, was forced to resign due to a health crisis and Robertson wanted an experienced moderate choice who would get Liberal begrudging support. This would be Monks, and after deliberation, he accepted, becoming styled as "The Baron Monks of Falmouth, in the Province of Maine in the Commonwealth of New England". Over the following decades, he would prove to be one of New England's most memorable Imperial Councillors.

Still a firm defender of Red Toryism, he joined the New England Moderates (and their British affiliation the Imperial Progressive Conservative Association) once Robertson increasingly became perceived as conceding too much to the right-wing, which would cost her the next election. As an Imperial Councillor, he would increasingly become known for his shareholder activism and for his speeches in the Imperial Council calling on the government to step in and reform corporate regulation to encourage a less "lean, mean, externalising" system of management. His speeches would even get some of his fellow PCs to raise eyebrows at how firm he was.

He wrote several books, the most notable of which was The Emperor's Nightingale, in which he described corporations being at a crossroads between their need to make profit and their responsibility to society, and in his analysis suggested several ways they could do this. Monks was the subject of a documentary chronicling the shareholder activist movement - "A Traitor to His Class".

Forced to step down in late 2018 due to reaching the age limit of 85, he is still styled as the Lord Monks of Falmouth, but will no longer sit in the Imperial Council. First Minister Petar MacÀidh chose former Imperial Conservative leader Mitt Romney to sit in the Imperial Council to succeed Monks, and Romney seems to be shaping up as a more "orthodox" Lord rather than the loud activist Monks was.
 

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Leaders of the Imperial Council of Lords (1876–)
11. 1876–1880 Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield (England) (Conservative) [1]
12. 1880–1881 Custis Lee, 2nd Marquess of Rockbridge (Virginia) (Conservative)
13. 1881–1886 Granville Leveson-Gower, 2nd Earl Granville (England) (Liberal)
14. 1886–1889 Custis Lee, 2nd Marquess of Rockbridge (Virginia) (Conservative)
15. 1889–1892 Granville Leveson-Gower, 2nd Earl Granville (England) (Liberal)
14. 1892–1899 Thornton Washington, 5th Marquess of Mount Vernon (Virginia) (Conservative)
15. 1899-1903 Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice, 5th Marquess of Landsowne (England) (Imperial Unionist)
18. 1903–1908 Thornton Washington, 5th Marquess of Mount Vernon (Virginia) (Conservative)
16. 1908–1916 Robert Crewe-Milnes, 1st Marquess of Crewe (England) (Liberal)
07. 1916–1919 Henri Fouquet, 1st Viscount Fouquet (Louisiana) (Liberal)
08. 1919–1922 Harry Lee, 3rd Earl of Roseburgh (Oregon) (Social Democratic)
09. 1922–1926 George Curzon, 1st Marquess Curzon of Kedelston (England) (Conservative)
10. 1926–1931 Charles Cripps, 1st Baron Parmoor (England) (Social Democratic)
11. 1931–1940 John Skelton Williams, 5th Earl Randolph of Williamsburg (Virginia) (Conservative)
12. 1936–1940 Arthur H. Vandenberg, 1st Earl Vandenberg of Grandstad (Ohio Country) (Conservative) [1]
13. 1940–1946 Charles Francis Adams III, 5th Duke of Boston (New England) (Conservative)
14. 1946–1950 Stephen Taylor-Brock, 3rd Duke of Manhattan (Columbia) (Social Democratic) [2]
15. 1950–1955 Jack Lincoln, 2nd Viscount Lincoln of Springfield (Ohio Country) (Liberal) ✝
16. 1953-1955 Archibald Sinclair, 1st Viscount Thurso (Scotland) (Liberal)
17. 1955–1961 Emil Markø, 5th Baron Markoe (Columbia) (Conservative) [2]
18. 1961-1968 Theodore Roosevelt III, 3rd Earl Roosevelt of Oyster Bay (Columbia) (Conservative)
18. 1968–1971 Stephen Taylor-Brock, 3rd Duke of Manhattan (Columbia) (Social Democratic) [2]
19. 1971-1976 Edward Shackleton, Baron Shackleton (England) (Social Democratic)
20. 1976–1979 C. Douglas Dillon, Baron Dillon (Columbia) (Liberal)
21. 1979–1981 George Cabot Lodge, Viscount Nahant (New England) (Conservative)
22. 1981–1984 Nicholas Katzenbach, Baron Katzenbach (Columbia) (Liberal)
23. 1984–1990 John Ganzoni, 2nd Baron Belstead (England) (Conservative)
28. 1990–1993 George Cabot Lodge, 3rd Earl of Beacon Hill (New England) (Conservative)
24. 1993–1997 Francis Sargent, Baron Sargent of North Shore (New England) (Liberal)
25. 1997–1999 David Tonkin, Baron Tonkin (Australia) (Liberal)
26. 1999-2001 Martin Lee, Baron Lee of Yaumati (Hong Kong) (Liberal)
27. 2001–2008 George Gair, Baron Gair (New Zealand) (Conservative)
28. 2008-2010 Donald Rumsfeld, Baron Rumsfeld (Ohio Country) (Conservative)
29. 2010–2018 Valerie Jarrett, Baroness Jarrett (Ohio Country) (Social Democratic)
30. 2018–2018 Elvira Nabiullina, Baroness Nabiullina (Canada) (Conservative)
[1] Served as Prime Minister - Disraeli 1876-1880, Vandenberg 1936-1937.​
[2] Fictional​
 
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Kingdom of Prussia
- Brandenburg
- Posen
- Prussia
- Free City of Danzig
- Silesia
- Free City of Berlin
- Mecklenburg
- Pomerania
- Saxony (not to be confused with Kingdom of Saxony)
- Schleswig-Holstein
- Palatinate
- Westphalia
- Alsace
- Lorraine
- Saarland
- Hohenzollern
- Limburg
- Eupen and Malmedy
Kingdom of Saxony
Kingdom of Bavaria
- Duchy of Franconia
United Lands of Hesse
Kingdom of Waldeck, Lippe and Pyrmont
Kingdom of Hanover
Kingdom of Baden
Kingdom of Swabia
Thuringian Confederation
New Hanseatic League
Duchy of Anhalt
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Republic of Amikejo-Moresnet
Alt-German Unification wherein Prussia doesn't expand as much "within" Germany?
 

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Absolute Primogeniture after Frederick, Prince of Wales?
George II (House of Hanover) 1727-1760
Augusta (House of Hanover) 1760-1813

William IV (House of Wuerttemberg) 1813-1864
Mary III (House of Wuerttemberg) 1864-1887
Catherine (House of Wuerttemberg) 1887-1898
[the two were sisters, but there was another, Sophia, who died with no living children]
William V (House of Wuerttemberg) 1898-1921
Pauline (House of Wuerttemberg) 1921-1965

William VI (House of Wied-Neuwied) 1965-2000
Charles III (House of Wied-Neuwied) 2000-2015
Maximilian (House of Wied-Neuwied) 2015-present
 

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Absolute Primogeniture after James VI and I?
James VI and I (House of Stuart) 1567/1603-1625
Elizabeth I and II (House of Stuart) 1625-1662

Charles I (House of Wittelsbach) 1662-1680
Charles II (House of Wittelsbach) 1680-1685
Elizabeth II and III (House of Wittelsbach) 1685-1722

Philip I (House of Orleans) 1722-1723
Charlotte (House of Orleans) 1723-1761
[Her eldest sister died before Philip, the next elder became a nun]
Alexander IV and I (House of Bourbon) 1761-1768 [inherited from his grandmother, his mother having died in 1754]
Adelaide (House of Bourbon) 1768-1821 [sister of Alexander IV and I]
Philip II (House of Bourbon) 1821-1850 [OTL King Louis-Philippe of France!]
Philip III (House of Bourbon) 1850-1894
Amelia (House of Bourbon) 1894-1951
[OTL Queen Consort Amelie of Portugal]
Margaret II and I (House of Savoy-Aosta) 1951-present [great-granddaughter of Philip III through his third child, the family was not lucky]

Heirs
Mary Beatrice, Princess of Wales [will likely take the crown as Mary II and I]
- Anna Theresa, Duchess of Cambridge [will likely take the throne as Anne II and I]
 
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Absolute Primogeniture after William the Conqueror?
William I (House of Normandy) 1066-1087
Robert (House of Normandy) 1087-1134
Adela (House of Normandy) 1134-1137
[sister to Robert, all preceding her died before Robert]
William II (House of Blois) 1137-1150
John I (House of Eu) 1150-1170
Henry I (House of Eu) 1170-1191
Alix (House of Eu) 1191-1246

Humphrey I (House of Hereford) 1246-1298 [maternal grandson of Queen Alix through his mother Matilda]
Humphrey II (House of Hereford) 1298-1322
Eleanor (House of Hereford) 1322-1363

Petronilla (House of Ormond) 1363-1387
Richard (House of Talbot) 1387-1396
Gilbert I (House of Talbot) 1396-1419
Ankaret (House of Talbot) 1419-1453
John II (House of Talbot) 1453-1460
Anne I (House of Talbot) 1460-1494
[no heirs can be found so I'm assuming she was childless]
George I (House of Talbot-Strafford) 1494-1538 [niece of Anne through her brother John]
Francis I (House of Talbot-Strafford) 1538-1560
Anne II (House of Talbot-Strafford) 1560-1585
George II (House of Talbot-Strafford) 1585-1590
Gilbert II (House of Talbot-Strafford) 1590-1616
Mary (House of Talbot-Strafford) 1616-1649
Elizabeth I (House of Talbot-Strafford) 1649-1651
[succeeded her sister, who had no issue]
Alethea (House of Talbot-Strafford) 1651-1654 [succeeded her sister, who had no issue]
Thomas (House of Howard) 1654-1677 [succeeded his grandmother as his father, Prince Henry, died before her]
Henry II (House of Howard) 1677-1684 [succeeded his brother, who had no issue]
Elizabeth II (House of Howard) 1684-1732
Catherine (House of Gordon) 1732-1791 [succeeded her grandmother as her father, Prince Alexander, died before her]
Frances (House of Wemyss) 1791-1848
Francis II (House of Wemyss) 1848-1853
[succeeded his aunt, as his father, Prince Francis (yes), died before her]
Charlotte (House of Wemyss) 1853-1886
William III (House of Forbes) 1886-1914 [grandnephew of Charlotte]
William IV (House of Forbes) 1914-1948
William V (House of Forbes) 1948-1977
William VI (House of Forbes) 1977-present


I'm insane, aren't I?
 

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Absolute Primogeniture after William the Conqueror?
William I (House of Normandy) 1066-1087
Robert (House of Normandy) 1087-1134
Adela (House of Normandy) 1134-1137
[sister to Robert, all preceding her died before Robert]
William II (House of Blois) 1137-1150
John I (House of Eu) 1150-1170
Henry I (House of Eu) 1170-1191
Alix (House of Eu) 1191-1246

Humphrey I (House of Hereford) 1246-1298 [maternal grandson of Queen Alix through his mother Matilda]
Humphrey II (House of Hereford) 1298-1322
Eleanor (House of Hereford) 1322-1363

Petronilla (House of Ormond) 1363-1387
Richard (House of Talbot) 1387-1396
Gilbert I (House of Talbot) 1396-1419
Ankaret (House of Talbot) 1419-1453
John II (House of Talbot) 1453-1460
Anne I (House of Talbot) 1460-1494
[no heirs can be found so I'm assuming she was childless]
George I (House of Talbot-Strafford) 1494-1538 [niece of Anne through her brother John]
Francis I (House of Talbot-Strafford) 1538-1560
Anne II (House of Talbot-Strafford) 1560-1585
George II (House of Talbot-Strafford) 1585-1590
Gilbert II (House of Talbot-Strafford) 1590-1616
Mary (House of Talbot-Strafford) 1616-1649
Elizabeth I (House of Talbot-Strafford) 1649-1651
[succeeded her sister, who had no issue]
Alethea (House of Talbot-Strafford) 1651-1654 [succeeded her sister, who had no issue]
Thomas (House of Howard) 1654-1677 [succeeded his grandmother as his father, Prince Henry, died before her]
Henry II (House of Howard) 1677-1684 [succeeded his brother, who had no issue]
Elizabeth II (House of Howard) 1684-1732
Catherine (House of Gordon) 1732-1791 [succeeded her grandmother as her father, Prince Alexander, died before her]
Frances (House of Wemyss) 1791-1848
Francis II (House of Wemyss) 1848-1853
[succeeded his aunt, as his father, Prince Francis (yes), died before her]
Charlotte (House of Wemyss) 1853-1886
William III (House of Forbes) 1886-1914 [grandnephew of Charlotte]
William IV (House of Forbes) 1914-1948
William V (House of Forbes) 1948-1977
William VI (House of Forbes) 1977-present


I'm insane, aren't I?
THE

THE SCOTS

THE SCOTS NOW RULE BRITAIN

AAAAAAA
 

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What if Matilda got absolute primogeniture?

Henry I (House of Normandy) 1100-1135
Matilda (House of Normandy) 1135-1167

Henry II (House of Plantagenet) 1167-1189
Matilda II (House of Welf) 1189-1209 [granddaughter of Henry II through his daughter Matilda]
Thomas (House of Welf) 1209-1217
Henry III (House of Welf) 1217-1227
[uncle of Thomas, grandson of Henry II]
Irmengard (House of Welf) 1227-1260 [second child of Henry III, Prince Henry having died childless before his father]
Frederick I (House of Zähringen) 1260-1268 [grandson of Irmengard, her son Prince Herman having died before her]
Agnes (House of Zähringen) 1268-1290 [sister of Frederick, took over after Frederick was killed in a war with Austria]
Catherine (House of Baden) 1290-1316
Frederick II (House of Celje) 1316-1359
Ulrich (House of Celje) 1359-1368
Anne I (House of Celje) 1368-1402

Hedwig (House of Jagiełło) 1402-1431
Herman (House of Celje) 1431-1435 [uncle of Queen Hedwig through Anne. Hedwig died without issue.]
Frederick III (House of Celje) 1435-1454
Anne II (House of Luxembourg) 1454-1462 [great-granddaughter of Frederick III]
Margaret (House of Wettin) 1462-1501
Joachim I (House of Hohenzollern) 1501-1535
Joachim II (House of Hohenzollern) 1535-1571
John I (House of Hohenzollern) 1571-1598
Joachim III (House of Hohenzollern) 1598-1608
John II (House of Hohenzollern) 1608-1619
George (House of Hohenzollern) 1619-1640
Louise I (House of Hohenzollern) 1640-1678

Louise II (House of Ketteler) 1678-1690
Charlotte (House of Hesse) 1690-1738
Frederick IV (House of Hesse) 1738-1746
[brother of Charlotte, who outlived her children]
Frederick V (House of Hesse) 1746-1751 [nephew of Frederick V, who outlived his children]
Frederick VI (House of Hesse) 1751-1820
Frederick VII (House of Hesse-Homburg) 1820-1829
William III (House of Hesse-Homburg) 1829-1839
[brother of Frederick VII, who died without issue]
Caroline (House of Hesse-Homburg) 1839-1854 [sister of William III, who died without issue]
Frederick VIII (House of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt) 1854-1867
Helene (House of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt) 1867-1937

Gunther (House of Schönaich-Carolath) 1937-1963
Beatrice (House of Schönaich-Carolath) 1963-1974
Sieghard (House of Schönaich-Carolath) 1974-1995
[brother of Beatrice, who died without issue]
Sebastian (House of Schönaich-Carolath) 1995-present

Well. I did this too.
 

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Alfred's Absolute Primogeniture
Alfred (House of Wessex) 886-899
Athelflad (House of Wessex) 899-918
Alfwynn (House of Wessex) 918
Edward I (House of Wessex) 918-924
[granduncle of Alfwynn, who was forced to enter holy orders and abdicate]
Athelstan (House of Wessex) 924-939
Eadgifu (House of Wessex) 939-955
[sister of Athelstan, who had no children]
Lothair (House of Caroling) 955-986 [grandson of Eadgifu, also ruled France from 954 to 986]
Louis (House of Caroling) 986-987 [also ruled France as Louis V]
Charles (House of Caroling) 987-993 [brother of Lothair, succeeded Louis who died without issue]
Otto (House of Caroling) 993-1012
Ermengarde (House of Caroling) 1012-1013
[sister of Otto, succeeded because he died without issue]
Robert I (House of Namur) 1013-1031
Albert I (House of Namur) 1031-1067
[brother of Robert I, who died without issue]
Albert II (House of Namur) 1067-1102
Godfrey (House of Namur) 1102-1139
Elizabeth I (House of Namur) 1139-1160

Elizabeth II (House of Rethel) 1160-1161 [some sources say she was named Millicent]
Robert II (House of Marmion) 1161-1181
Robert III (House of Marmion) 1181-1218
Robert IV (House of Marmion) 1218-1241
William (House of Marmion) 1241-1276
John I (House of Marmion) 1276-1322
[trace vanishes at this point, title has to go back a few generations for a heir]
John II (House of Marmion) 1322-1355 [senior descendant of Robert IV's younger brother, Robert "the Younger"]
Robert V (House of Marmion) 1355-1371 [death date completely made up, issue unknown, so for this list, nonexistent]
Avice (House of Marmion) 1371-1378 [sister of Robert V, who died without issue]
Richard (House of Willoughby) 1378-1381 [grandson of Avice, his mother and elder sister having died before him]
Edmund I (House of Willoughby) 1381-1402 [brother of Richard, who died without issue]
Hugh (House of Willoughby) 1402-1448 [grandson of Edmund, his father having died before the King]
Margaret (House of Willoughby) 1448-1479 [death date completely made up]
John III (House of Belgrave) 1479-1530
Richard II (House of Belgrave) 1530-1584
[great-grandson of John III]
John IV (House of Belgrave) 1584-1591
Thomasine (House of Belgrave) 1591-1653
[We're now getting into Americans. Oh dear.]
Elizabeth III (House of Rice) 1653-1690 [Granddaughter of Thomasine through Princess Elizabeth]
Mary (House of Moore) 1690-1703
Obadiah (House of Moore) 1703-1717
Richard III (House of Moore) 1717-1756
Jonas (House of Moore) 1756-1792
Daniel (House of Moore) 1792-1869
[death date completely made up]
Leonard (House of Mossman) 1869-1885 [death date completely made up]
Lucinda (House of Mossman) 1885-1913 [death date completely made up. Niece of Leonard through Prince John]

And that is where the lineage completely dries out. They probably had children and died at different times, but I don't know when and neither does my sources. If you want someone to blame, blame America, the lineage got markedly difficult to trace once they got there.
 

Turquoise Blue

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There exist two gods, representing opposites.

One of them is a mindless beast that spreads destruction in its wake. It is the god of plagues, the god of ravages and tragedy. It is the destructor of societies. It is the god of those who kill, destroy and spread chaos in its name.

The other is a little broken thing. She appears after the beast leaves, and inspires people to build again, and gives them comfort as much as she can. Her broken form comforts them, shows them that even a god can be like them.

The first represents Life. The second Death.
 

Yokai Man

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There exist two gods, representing opposites.

One of them is a mindless beast that spreads destruction in its wake. It is the god of plagues, the god of ravages and tragedy. It is the destructor of societies. It is the god of those who kill, destroy and spread chaos in its name.

The other is a little broken thing. She appears after the beast leaves, and inspires people to build again, and gives them comfort as much as she can. Her broken form comforts them, shows them that even a god can be like them.

The first represents Life. The second Death.
That’s beautiful.
 

Turquoise Blue

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Location
Kemr, FK
Wanait election, 2000
Confederation of United Socialist Movements: 18 seats, 35.58%
Social Alliance: 12 seats, 23.14%
Our Nation: 8 seats, 15.51%
Democratic Spirit: 7 seats, 15.34%
Popular Moderates: 5 seats, 10.44%
Resulting government: CUSM-DS coalition
Prime Minister: Leandra Warwick (CUSM)

Wanait election, 2005
Confederation of United Socialist Movements: 13 seats, 25.49%
Our Nation: 12 seats, 23.58%
Democratic Spirit: 11 seats, 21.39%
Social Alliance: 10 seats, 20.45%
Popular Moderates: 4 seats, 9.10%
Resulting government: CUSM-DS coalition with PM supply and confidence
Prime Minister: Leandra Warwick (CUSM)

Wanait election, 2007
Confederation of United Socialist Movements: 16 seats, 32.21%
Our Nation: 15 seats, 28.97%
Social Alliance: 10 seats, 19.78%
Democratic Spirit: 6 seats, 13.32%
Popular Moderates: 3 seats, 5.73%
Resulting government: CUSM-DS minority coalition
Prime Minister: Leandra Warwick (CUSM) [-2008], Oliver Ruskin (CUSM) [2008-]

Wanait election, 2011
Social Alliance: 14 seats, 28.21%
Confederation of United Socialist Movements: 13 seats, 25.90%
Our Nation: 12 seats, 22.81%
Democratic Spirit: 6 seats, 11.30%
The Pine Tree: 3 seats, 6.35%
Popular Moderates: 2 seats, 5.44%
Resulting government: SA-ON coalition
Prime Minister: Felix Arnoni (SA)

Wanait election, 2016
Social Alliance: 15 seats, 30.12%
Confederation of United Socialist Movements: 13 seats, 26.30%
Green Fusion: 9 seats, 18.13%
Our Nation: 9 seats, 17.63%
Popular Moderates: 4 seats, 7.83%
Resulting government: SA-PM minority coalition
Prime Minister: Felix Arnoni (SA)

Wanait election, 2019
Social Alliance: 16 seats, 30.63%
Confederation of United Socialist Movements: 9 seats, 18.26%
Green Fusion: 9 seats, 17.22%
Our Nation: 7 seats, 14.06%
Anticapitalist Alternative: 5 seats, 10.38%
Popular Moderates: 4 seats, 9.46%
Resulting government: SA-PM minority coalition
Prime Minister: Felix Arnoni (SA) [-2020], Rama da Costa (SA) [2020-]