It’s 1750. Both Great Britain & Spain have fallen into a state of despair. Philip of Spain is dead, and George II of Britain has gone mad with the disease porphyria. Louis XV of France remains the only suitable monarch of the “Big Three”. In Britain, a new leader, Lord Wellington, begins to take power from George, the developing “dull” despot.
Sir Miles Rotterick James - Narrator
Lord Wellington - Byronic Protagonist
King Louis XV - Main Antagonist
King George II - Secondary Antagonist
Pope Vitiosus - Follower of Lord Wellington. Formerly known as Guglielmo Bicca de’ Terapiedi
Lord Seymour - Main opposition in the English House of Lords to Lord Wellington.
Lord Garfield - Speaker of the House of Commons, dynamic follower of Lord Wellington
Lord Russell - Lord Chancellor of Great Britain
Spencer Compton - Prime Minister of Great Britain
Lord Adams - Corrupt Speaker of the House of Lords, who appoints Wellington to the House.
Britain (Manchester, Cambridge, York, London)
France (Piccardy, Normandy, Brittany, Lorraine, Aquatine, Orleans)