173 Rivers Rising

Kingmaker 17C


There was a new faction at court – the Woodvilles, and they were there en masse. Were they really so bad? Had Edward boobed? And what did Warwick think – what would he do? 

173 Rivers Rising



Kingmaker 19th c

2 thoughts on “173 Rivers Rising

  1. David, I never understood why the Rivers’ children were considered such parvenues, given that their mother was from the House of Luxembourg. This seems to happen a lot, where people of aristocratic birth are considered “commoners” and beneath the nobility because they don’t have a title.

  2. Hi Liam…it seems that it’s because the female wasn’t really considered that relevant – it was the male line that mattered. It is rather remarkable though, and amazing how shallow the gene pool for the nobility was.

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