Henry Valois

Henry is the second son of Francis Valois, the first Valois King. One of the strongest kings in the history of France, Henry finished his father’s age old war with the Habesburgs and united France’s many different nobles. Ironically, Henry died in the jousting tournament celebrating the end of the war, killed by a shard of the shattered lance of his most loyal  bodyguard. Strong and fair, Henry held the reins of power while he lived, but with his death, his three young sons now face the impossible task of carrying on the Valois legacy.



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