Kings of Halitai

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When Hali came south to Tyrnavalle from Sangrithar, he settled the northern shore of the sub-continent and founded the city of Halitai, named for the former Lord Warden.  With no God-Emperor in the world, that special something in Thar’s blood finally sputtered out and Hali’s descendants enjoyed a healthy, but normal lifespan.

In the year 107 RT, the Kingdom of Halitai was founded and Halarand, Hali’s grandson, was pronounced king.  Renk, Pylos and Uves, founded by pioneers setting out from Halitai during the early years, paid a nominal tribute to Halitai.  After Halarand, the crown of Halitai passed from father to son until the assassination of Halifax in the year 418 RT.  By then, Halitai had lost much of its power and the independent city-states clamored to cut the political umbilical cord.  With no clear heir (several pretenders and secondary claims were dismissed) the Kingdom of Halitai was dissolved, though the city remained inhabited nearly eight hundred more years, until the arrival of Pelavin the Conqueror.

1   –  42         Hali

42  –  86       Halimac

86  – 107      Halarand

107 – 131     Halarand the King

131 – 152     Halagard

152 – 161     Halimac III

161 – 184     Halatarrim

184 – 186     Haliran

186 – 203     Halikan

203 – 235     Halamas

235 – 241     Halakemmor

241 – 267     Halaromar

267 – 280     Halarand II

280 – 304     Halavard

304 – 320     Hali II

320 – 356     Halagrand

356 – 372     Halamer

372 – 394     Halifan

394 – 399     Halamark

399 – 417     Haligar

417 – 418     Halifax

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