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'''King Kaldemov'''<ref>'''Princess Carmina Ustav''' is mentioned in respect of the creation of the sixteen counties on p55 of the ''[[Gazetteer]]'' published in April 2008. In the ''[[The Inner Sea World Guide]]'', a higher priority source, King Kaldemar is credited with this change. We have, therefore, removed Princess Carmina from canon as per Paizo's change, leaving this footnote to avoid confusion for anyone searching for the Princess. Perhaps in later Paizo publications a relationship between Kaldemar and Carmina might be created.</ref>, facing the threat of a civil war among [[Ustalav]]'s noble families, split his nation into sixteen separate counties in [[2862 AR]]. Each of the major noble families were given nearly complete autonomy within their territories, but each also owed allegiance to the crown. This system of government survived until the nation's conquest by the [[Whispering Tyrant]] in [[3203 AR]].<ref name="ISWG190">{{Cite book/The Inner Sea World Guide|190}}</ref><ref name="Gaz-55">{{Cite book/Gazetteer|55}}</ref><ref name="CS-140">{{Cite book/Campaign Setting|140}}</ref>
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'''King Kaldemov''',<ref>'''Princess Carmina Ustav''' is mentioned in respect of the creation of the sixteen counties on p55 of the ''[[Gazetteer]]'' published in April 2008. In the ''[[The Inner Sea World Guide]]'', a [[Project:Canon policy|higher tier source]], King Kaldemar is credited with this change. We have, therefore, removed Princess Carmina from canon as per Paizo's change, leaving this footnote to avoid confusion for anyone searching for the Princess. Perhaps in later Paizo publications a relationship between Kaldemar and Carmina might be created.</ref> facing the threat of a civil war among [[Ustalav]]'s noble families, split his nation into sixteen separate counties in [[2862 AR]]. Each of the major noble families were given nearly complete autonomy within their territories, but each also owed allegiance to the crown. This system of government survived until the nation's conquest by the [[Whispering Tyrant]] in [[3203 AR]].<ref name="ISWG190">{{Cite book/The Inner Sea World Guide|190}}</ref><ref name="Gaz-55">{{Cite book/Gazetteer|55}}</ref><ref name="CS-140">{{Cite book/Campaign Setting|140}}</ref>
  
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Latest revision as of 05:09, 9 January 2019

Kaldemov
(Person)
Titles King
Race/Species Human (Varisian)
Gender Male
Homeland Ustalav
Organization House Ustav

Source: The Inner Sea World Guide, pg(s). 190

King Kaldemov,[1] facing the threat of a civil war among Ustalav's noble families, split his nation into sixteen separate counties in 2862 AR. Each of the major noble families were given nearly complete autonomy within their territories, but each also owed allegiance to the crown. This system of government survived until the nation's conquest by the Whispering Tyrant in 3203 AR.[2][3][4]

References

  1. Princess Carmina Ustav is mentioned in respect of the creation of the sixteen counties on p55 of the Gazetteer published in April 2008. In the The Inner Sea World Guide, a higher tier source, King Kaldemar is credited with this change. We have, therefore, removed Princess Carmina from canon as per Paizo's change, leaving this footnote to avoid confusion for anyone searching for the Princess. Perhaps in later Paizo publications a relationship between Kaldemar and Carmina might be created.
  2. James Jacobs et al. (2011). The Inner Sea World Guide, p. 190. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-269-2
  3. Erik Mona and Jason Bulmahn. (2008). Gazetteer, p. 55. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-077-3
  4. Erik Mona et al. (2008). Campaign Setting, p. 140. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-112-1