King Frederick III
Born 2594
Died 2677
Species Human
Other Info
Occupation King of Rutal
HomeWorld Rutal
Family King Frederick II (Father)

Queen Ania (Mother)
Queen Augusta (Wife)
9 Children

King Frederick III of Rutal (Frederick George Olav; February 1st 2594 - March 31st 2677) was the King of Rutal from 2613 until his death. His reign of 64 years is the longest reign of a monarch in Rutal's history.

Early Life Edit

Frederick was born on the 1st of February 2594, on Rutal. His parents were King Frederick II and Queen Ania. Frederick was baptised on March the 30th and named George and Olav after his grandfathers. He was the second and last child of the King and Queen, as well as their only son, his sister being Queen Catherine of Molck.

King Edit

Frederick's father died on the 12th of January 2613, at the age of 48. Frederick was crowned King Frederick III soon after, when he was 18.

Marriage Edit

Frederick married his maternal cousin, Princess Augusta of Donmerk, on the 28th of June 2614. They had 9 children:

Later Life and Death Edit

Frederick's reign, despite it's length, was mostly uneventful. He spent his days wandering around his palace and writing various biographies of his royal ancestors, and of himself. After falling from a balcony in 2669, Frederick was confined to his bed, which he didn't leave for nearly 10 years. In 2677, he was blind, deaf, paralysed and on the verge of death. To spare him the pain, his doctor smothered him at 1:22 AM on the 31st of March 2677. He was succeeded by his eldest son, George, who succeeded him as King George II.

Ancestry Edit

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