In this scenario, Edward of Lancaster, son of the deposed King Henry VI, manages to either survive and live after the battle of Tewskbury. Or he remains in France while his mother leads the final Lancastrian attempt. When his mother is captured by Edward IV, he must either renounce his claim to the throne or promise never to invade England again during the live of Edward, in order to save to life of his mother. When Edward IV dies, Edward of Lancaster is still an exile in France. What happens next? Does Edward decide to invade England immediately or does he wait until Richard seizes the throne? What does this do to the claims of Henry Tudor?