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William Lovie
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William Lovie was the son of unknown parents of the Lovie bloodline that made William Lovie the patriarch of House Lovie during the time of the Driving Tide. He would marry two women in his life first in the form of Lana Lovie of whom many speak may have been his sister but others say she was a commoner. With Lana Lovie he fathered two children in the form of Martin, and Therese Lovie of which his son Martin would die a hero during the Driving Tide and was beloved by all that knew him, while his daughter Therese was a beautiful women of whom was unable to have children and thus died childless but a loved member of House Lovie. His second wife would be Jeane Lovie of whom was a member of House Swan and he would love her deeply as well though never as much as his earlier love for Lana Lovie. With Jeane Lovie he had three more children in the form of William, John, and Andrea Lovie of which two would go on to become legends in the Kingdom in the form of William being a great dragon rider and one of the more famous lovies in history, while John was infamous as he betrayed his family killed William and then was defeated and now living on in infamy as a Nazgul, while his youngest daughter Andrea would be brutally murdered and now lives on as Morrigan a daughter of the ancient evil Flemeth.

William Lovie was the first King of Lucerne, and is arguably the most important member of the Lovie Family in its long history. His victory and leadership during the Driving Tide are the stuff of legends, and he ruled the Kingdom effectively for the remainder of his life, before finally dying at a very old age. It is an interesting thing to note that two of his children remain technically alive as John Lovie is alive as a Nazgul serving Mordor, while his daughter Andrea remains alive as a daughter of Flemeth.

He was known as the Dragon King, as he was the first man of Lucerne to learn the skill of riding Dragons. This Dragon riding would be the main proponent in many changed in the Lucerne Valley including the human-Dwarven victory during the Driving Tide, the creation of the Kingdom of Lucerne, and finally the explosion of the Dragon Worship as the religion of the land following his reign in power.

William Lovie I. would undertake the Ritual of the Dragonborn with the assistance of his lover Stragnarax, and as a result of this ritual he would become the first Pure Dragonborn, and gave his bloodline the ability to pass on this trait within its ranks.


Early History

William Lovie was born in the city of Forks to his parents Marsha and Greybane Lovie who were Vandals. As he grew up he grew close to two other young men in Forks in the form of Aryes Targaryan of House Targaryan, and John Swan of House Swan. Together the three grew very close, and throughout their youth they became known as a forced to be reckoned with when they single handedly beat back the Hare Gang that had long harrassed the road west of Forks.

Dragon Quest of William Lovie I.

Main Article : Dragon Quest of William Lovie I.

William Lovie's Dragon Quest
He wanted something more for your people.


Your name sake was a man beyond compare. Whatever kind of man you think you are understand that you are not worthy of having his name.

Disappointed that he and his companions had been unable to find where the Trolloc were that had killed all the villagers it would be William that would ride for awhile as the rest of the companions made camp. When darkness struck he found himself lost, and having become lost he rode his horse into the darkness and this led him north into the forest. He had found himself in the forest of a powerful Trolloc force, and as he entered the forest he immediatly saw the signs that this forest was Trolloc infested and made the decision that he would not run and instead moved deeper into the forest where as he moved deeper he came upon a small Trolloc camp. Stragnarax happened to be flying through this area of the forest, and saw that the human was being attacked by the Trolloc, and for some reason he felt an attachment to the human. As he lowered himself to get close and help the young human he slowed himself as he saw that the young human was managing to kill all the Trolloc attacking him. Stragnarax watched amazed as William beat back dozens of Trolloc. Stragnarax only lowered himself when he sensed that a larger and more powerful group of Trolloc were incoming. Realizing that he didn't have much time to explain, Stragnarax told William to get on his back and he would explain to him later. To Stragnarax's shock William told him that he could not leave until he had killed the leader of the Trolloc's as a way of stopping the Trolloc from attacking more villages. Stragnarax told him that this would be certain death, but William told him his honor was at stake. Completely astounded by this young human's honor he told William that he would assist him in defeating the Trolloc leader. The two were swiftly set upon by nearly a hundred Trolloc, and only the amazing power of the two were able to overcome the numbers. The two then made their way throught the forest with William calling out for the Trolloc leader to confront him. Eventually after a few hours of constant Trolloc attacks, the leader of the Trolloc's came out of hiding and he was discovered to be a Myrdil. The Myrdril put Stragnarax into a trance and then charged William. The two engaged in a titanic fight, but in the end the skill of William beat out the Magi, and evil of the Myrdrill. William then stayed.

The Driving Tide

Main Article : Driving Tide

Kingdom of Lucerne

Main Article : Kingdom of Lucerne

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Conflict with House Lannister

See Also : House Lannister

With House Lovie coming out victorious during the events of the Driving Tide and gaining control over Lucerne, and shortly afterwards much of the valley Tytos Lannister went about attempting to fix the situation. Tytos knew that William was having a problem finding a house for the east due to the lack of fortresses other then Lannistane, and thus Tytos travelled to Lucerne where he offered to build Stormwind into a massive fortress which could become the anchor of eastern Lucerne, and the only thing he wanted was to be Lord of Stormwind upon its completion. William supringingly agreed and so Tytos went to work building the city. By the time it was completed it was nothing more then the first tier of what it is now, but it was magnificant anyway, and thus when William arrived to see it the two very old men met for the final time, and William got Tytos back for everything Tytos thought he had gotten away with.

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See Also : Stormwind

"Thank you Tytos for building this wonderful city...please give me a moment to properly make you understand. I was not lying to you when I said that you would be the Lord of Stormwind but then again you were not lying to me when you said you were going to return to Lucerne with an army. You did one day return with an army, but you and I both know there was no rebellion in the end you betrayed me, and for that you must be punished. I could have you strung up but I'm not going to do that. Instead I'm going to make you Lord of Stormwind...well atleast Co-Lord of Stormwind alongside House Starke. Understand that this is my forgivness of what you did. Understand that your going to swear an oath to me and all of my descendents here and now. From this day on this oath will bind you to your word. Never again will you be given forgivness. Next time our forgivness will be a sword."

-William Lovie

Following this speach William forced Tytos to swear a personal oath on behalf of every future House Lannister member, that if broken would mean treason for the entire house.

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Threat of War

"The reports just kept filtering in, as the Empire flooded across the borders and attempted to cowardly take control of Arnor while it had promised to not do so. My father would send word to The Empire that we would side with Arnor and in return they send the eyes of our messenger back to us. My father did not like that one bit, but we had no choice. We couldn't go in on our own or we risked being destroyed ourselves.It was in that knowledge that my father would send my brother to meet with the heads of our allies so that we could all come together in order to save Arnor."
-John Lovie

John's father William Lovie was by this point quite old, and his body was beggining to fail him, but he continued to command over his men to the point that he demanded to be on the next carriage to Nuln so that he could speak to the Emperor but he was made to understand that he would not survive such a trip. William Lovie ended up sending a message to the Emperor that he needed to pull out of Arnor or the Kingdom of Lucerne would intervene on the side of Arnor. The Empire did not respond just sent the eyes of the diplomat back to Lucerne as their responce, and it is said that William's screams of anger could be heard throughout the entire city of Lucerne so angry was he. His son William Lovie II. would at this point travel to Gondor and set up an agreement with Gondor, Lorderon, and the Riverlands that they would all group together in order to assist Arnor if the forces of the Empire moved past the most recent peace lines. On this trip William Lovie II. would become close to Aragorn Elessar the Emperor of Gondor, and it was this closeness that would eventually make Aragorn trust in William Lovie III. when he too came calling for help.

Late Life and Death

In William's final years his body had begun to fail him, and he was confined to less and less space as he could move less and less. He lost much of the constant updates that he become accustomed to finding out, and it was because of him falling out of the loop that he was not able to see the change in his youngest son John Lovie. When his son William the second went to fight in the war in Arnor many believed he would not survive to see his son return, but William held out for the year that his son was gone, and once his son had returned he died only four days later.


William Lovie is the father of the Kingdom of Lucerne, and his legacy amongst the history of Lucerne are unending. He is the reason for the creation of Lucerne, and the survival of the Dwarves of Lucerne is bound to the decisions that he made. He also brought the White Dragons of Lucerne to become a member of the Kingdom of Lucerne and while this didn't have as long lasting an effect as one might have hoped it did lead to the victory during the Arnor War, and the extreme growth in Dragon Worshipping in Lucerne.

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