The Beggar Queen Setting & Symbolism

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Regia

Regia is the biggest Kingdom in the land. Under the King Constantine, Regia has recognized the legitimacy of the throne of Westmark. There are tensions in Regia as to whether the King Constantine is a hard enough ruler to keep people from toppling the monarchy. King Constantine is a young and untested king, but his uncles attempt to take Regia from him changes him. He promises to be a strong and fair king of Regia.

Westmark

Westmark is a neighboring country to Regia. It has been a place of war and bloodshed for many years. It has recently found peace under the restored monarchy of the Queen Augusta, the Beggar Queen. King Constantine approves of queen Augusta's rule of Westmark and recognizes its sovereignty. Augusta's father was king before, but Westmark was taken over by Cabarrus in an earlier book, only to be retaken by Florian, Theo...

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