Andre Rouzet is the son of Adeline, and Fernand Rouzet making him a member of and the long time Lord and Patriarch of House Rouzet. Janine Rouzet would be married to Andre Rouzet and the two would have a strong marriage which only ended when the two were killed at the Tollensia Coup leaving behind their family in ruins and their daughter on the run.
In his move against his father it was Pepin that was introduced to Metrovingian agents by Fabian and these agents would assist him in poisoning his father and with his father dead it was Pepin that rose to the position of Duke of Courtet and in his first moves as Duke of Courtet he begin persecuting the Fraticelli Church of Tollensia and paying for preachers of the Baptist Church to assist in the conversion of Courtet and all of this work would lead to him coming in conflict with King Andre Rouzet. After years of publicly feuding with King Andre Rouzet it was Pepin Courtet that called the kings bluff when he executed several Fraticelli preachers who had been sent by the King to lead several new churches sponsored by the king in Courtet, and this execution would cause Andre to summon Pepin to the capital where he was admonished in front of the entire Council of Tollensia and while at this meeting Pepin agreed to end his persecution of the Fraticelli Church the truth was that he now longed to see the death of Andre who had embarrassed him. Andre, and Janine Rouzet would be killed during the Tollensia Coup as he was ambushed while asleep with Janine and was unable to defend himself as his death would also herald the end of his families monarchy of the Kingdom of Tollensia and with his death his loyalists went to the wind with only a few members of his bloodline surviving the coup.
At the age of seventeen she would plan in secret a great suprise birthday celebration for her father, and in this endevor she would travel westward to the family of her betrothed in Napolean Metrovingia with her uncle Theo Rouzet and cousin Lionel Rouzet.
Coup of Tollensia
Main Article : Coup of Tollensia
| The Coup of Tollensia|
You have been betrayed my wife. My family conspired with the Courtets and by now I fear much of your family may have perished in this. I promise you I knew nothing of this.
The Coup of Tollensia would first truly begin in the ashes of the Frisian-Metrovingian War where against the wishes of House Courtet it was House Rouzet that had intervened in the conflict joining a coalition of nations aganst the Empire of Metrovingian and it was their involvement that tipped the scales and caused the defeat of the Empire of Metrovingian in this conflict. At the age of seventeen she would plan in secret a great suprise birthday celebration for her father, and in this endevor she would travel westward to the family of her betrothed in Napolean Metrovingia with her uncle Theo Rouzet and cousin Lionel Rouzet. As the coup of Tollensia was reaching its final moments it was Isaac Courtet that would come to discover what was being planned and attempted to tell Victoria Rouzet before she left for the ambush but he would be stopped by his brother Mathias and following this he would remain in the House Courtet estates until a week after the coup was done with
Hearing the Truth
Philippe would side against his brother Napolean during the events of the Coup of Tollensia telling his father that Napolean had escaped his confinement and traveled to see his betrothed despite being commanded not to and it was this decision that led Louis to send Riley Eisenburg to the meeting to make sure that everything went as planned which would turn out to be a mistake when she would assist Leopold Dorginvin in protecting the Rouzet's. When they arrived in Metrovingia to plan her fathers birthday gift her betrothed in Napolean who by this point was eleven years old would meet her at the gates having been told of her coming by her most recent letter and seeing him crying at the gates she was concerned but only became distraught when he told her that the night after they left her families vassal in House Courtet had staged a coup and massacred most of House Rouzet placing themselves on the throne of the Kingdom of Tollensia.
Following the death of her uncle and near assassination of herself and her cousin she would continue to be helped by Napolean who led her out of the city and from there she fled southward with the guards Napolean had sent with her and she and her wounded cousin would make their way to Dresdan on the advise of Napolean and the entire ride there she cried for everything that she had lost.