I'll jump into the French line and claim next.
Looks unreadable bro.Starting a second list;
What if Duarte, Duke of Guimarães didn't die?
Kings of Portugal and the Algarve;
Henrique I, r. 1578 to 1580 (House of Avis)
Duarte II, r. 1580 to 1598 (House of Avis) 
 With the Death of the Cardinal-King in 1580, the.successor was without a doubt; the Last Avis; Duarte, Duke of Guimarães. Born posthumously in 1541, Duarte had many men in front of him in the line of succession, but with the death of king Sebastian in 1578 left just the Cardinal-Infante and Duarte himself.
During his uncle's reign, the marriage between Duarte and Lady Mary Grey, a great-Grandchild of Henry VII of England, occurred. Rumours abounded that Elizabeth I of England suggested the marriage herself. The marriage was struck with the condition that Mary forfeit all claim for the English throne. The marriage was fruitful, with their first child, a Daughter, born in 1579 and a further five children over the next decade. While bringing some discontent due to her Protestantism, upon her arrival in Portugal, she did convert, and those upset were appeased.
The Portuguese Empire under Duarte II was said to be a merchants paradise,.with spices from India, Africa, and Brazil available in every Portuguese port. Duarte II would pass in 1598, and the throne would pass to __________.
Note, I just added in "the Americas" because I forgot France still has possession in the Americas.As the war was fought not only on four fronts in Europe, but throughout the colonial empires in the Americas, Africa, Asia, and the Pacific, this was called the War of the Global Empires or the Imperial War. (Later the First Imperial War.)