What are the capitals of each lordship?
That was a typo, thank's for pointing that outHow come there are four of the new Electorates if they have five colors?
The history of how Fontaineblau came to be the capital of France begins with the Bourbons, who, although never building Versailles to the same extent as it was in OTL, maintained Fontaineblau as the de facto capital of France away from Paris, it slowly developing into a forbidden-city-esque palatial capital. During the 19th century Fontaineblau became a "mini-Paris" as a middle-sized city, with the two being seen as "twin capitals"When was the French capital moved to Fontaineblau?
Yes,Are there any regions in Africa that have been "Europeanized" besides the North African coast?
Annobón was originally a Portuguese colony gained by the British in 1701 with the marriage of Henry XI & I and Princess Catherine of Portugal. As a de facto feudal colony owned by the British Crown, it was given as an estate to the future Arthur I of Columbia when he became Duke of Wiltshire, and later became a part of Columbia when he declared independence.Was Annobón a former British colony taken by Columbia during independence or is it always Columbian?
Ever since the first Olympic Games occurred in 1857, quite a few monarchs major and minor have opened them, with the "winner" as of 2030 for most openings being the late Emperor Antonio II of Mexico (1950-2018), who hosted a total of five of them over the course of his life (three summer and two winter)Which monarch has opened the most Olympics? Can include both in person appearences and ones through an representative.
The Haitian monarchy's origins trace back to the 18th century, when Louis XVI adopted Étienne Almicar, an African slave originally gifted to him and his wife, who ordered him freed, baptized and adopted.Who is the ancestor of the Haitian monarchy?
Oh, no problem.The American Lordships. Sorry for being unclear.
Man, that's a question with multiple answers.Who's the closest equivalent to OTL Queen Elizabeth II in this TL?
That is an interesting question... (mostly because I hadn't though about it yet)What was the first royal wedding to be filmed/televised, British or otherwise?
Currently the longest-reigning living female monarch in the world is the aforementiones Empress of Korea, Deoksuk, who has sat on the Phoenix Throne for the past 69 yearsWho is the longest-reigning female monarch that is living?
I'm not sure how to answer that, ancestor I which sense?Who is the ancestor of the Ukrainian monarchy?
What makes you ask?Did Norway had a recent succession crisis?
Much like on the OG timeline, the oldest of the Columbian High Lords is Richard V of the Banks, who was born in 1939 and is in fact the grandfather, grandfather-in-law or great-grandfather of a few of his "colleagues"Who is the oldest Columbian High Lord?
The reigning house of Mexico is colloquially known as the House of Veracruz-Manauhac, their "general" origins are that they, like many of the branches of the Hapsburgs in the Americas, descend from Don Pedro of Austria, one of the illegitimate sons of Felipe II who relocated to New Spain in the 1570s in what was a de facto exile, being in specific one of the branches descended from his eldest sonWhat is the reigning house of the Mexican Empire and where did it originate?
That's something difficult to say. Like, what would be "same as OTL" and what would be "different"?Is the Brazilian Empire the same as OTL or different?
Currently Alyaska is ruled by Tsar Vladimir IV, and while I don't have much to say about him (mainly due to a lack of focus on Alyaska), my best description of him would be "Bob Ross in the body of a half-inuit Alexander III"Who is the Tsar of Alyaska?
The current Holy Roman Emperor is Franz I, who assumed the throne at the age of 13 and is by marriage half-uncle to the current Emperor of the Isles.Who is the current reigning Holy Roman Emperor?
The ancestor of the Tsars of the Dynastic Tsardom of the Ukraine.I'm not sure how to answer that, ancestor I which sense?
Because in the OG timeline, Magnus VIII of Norway didn't have any children with his wife Charlotte of the United Isles.What makes you ask?
Which one was that specifically?The first royal wedding to be recorded from start to finish, in turn, occurred a few decades later, in 1894.
Is it the descendant of the Kingdom of Portugal or is it native or another European country?That's something difficult to say. Like, what would be "same as OTL" and what would be "different"?
(I want to answer the question, but I'm sincerely unsure what it is about, like, is it about how independence occured ITTL? How it differs from the OTL Brazilian Empire in relation to society and government?)
The reason I asked "ancestor in which sense" is mainly because ITTL Russia's history is a tad different (the Rurikids never got extinct for starters) so I had to think about how I would give an answer (since depending on it, it would need a rundown of Russia's ITTL history to make sense)The ancestor of the Tsars of the Dynastic Tsardom of the Ukraine.
Oh, yeah, makes sense why you would ask.Because in the OG timeline, Magnus VIII of Norway didn't have any children with his wife Charlotte of the United Isles.
It was the marriage of Manuel, Grand Prince of São Paulo, Duke of Alcântara, etc., etc., etc., (future Emperor of Brazil) to Antônia, Crown Princess of Malnegro, Princess of the Rio Grande of São Pedro, etc., etc., (future Antônia II of Malnegro)Which one was that specifically?
It is like OTL, with Brazil having been a colony/part of Portugal before independenceIs it the descendant of the Kingdom of Portugal or is it native or another European country?
Yes, she did and, in actuality, lived more years retired than reigningDid Anna Maria I of the Netherlands abdicate?
No, it does not, the Lusitan United Monarchy is ruled by a ITTL branch of the House of Avis.Does the House of Braganza rule the Lusitan United Monarchy, and if not what territory do they rule?
The youngest among the current electors (counting the Emperor in his nature as King of Bohemia) is the Elector of Hanover, who inherited the title from his uncle at the age of 17 in 2025Who is the youngest HR-GE Elector?
Well, yes, but no, but actually yes.Does Alyaska have sub-national monarchies?
Yes of course. The presence of Ujian/Iapam alone has meant that for a long while the nobility and royalty of the Catholic parts of the Americas have had some amount of Asian (in specific Japanese) ancestry.Do any American monarchs have Asian ancestry?
Well, it is still elective, but it also never really stopped being hereditary;When did the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth stop being a elective monarchy?
Who are the other two? The Dukes of Aveiro and Cadaval, perhaps?No, it does not, the Lusitan United Monarchy is ruled by a ITTL branch of the House of Avis.
ITTL the Dukes of Braganza are the only nobles in the LUM to have not only retained any true feudal authority but to have their fief, the Duchy of Braganza, be recognized as an administrative division of the country in the same rank as provinces, having what basically amounts to a princely state within it, while the title "Duke of Braganza" is considered a government office and one of the three noble titles in Portugal declared "perpetual".
Who are current reigning ethnic monarchs?Well, yes, but no, but actually yes.
What I mean by that is that it does, but also doesn't. You see, Alyaska recognizes "ethnic monarchs", a position that comes with estates, government positions, de facto a court and an unnoficial "territory", but doesn't recognize any territorial sub-national monarchies, only ethnic monarchs that don't rule any official differently-administrated state; what it does recognize are "Fiefdoms", which are de facto sub-national monarchies (and in many cases the "fiefs" of the previously-mentioned ethnic monarchs) but officially seen as "differently-ruled noble estates"
Sorry for the wait on answering this question, and sorry a bit for the answer.Who are current reigning ethnic monarchs?
At first when I read the question I had a brief "blue screen" moment not understanding it, but then I got that it was caused by me messing-up words.How long did the (Older) Borbon Family Pact last for?
The first coronation to be filmed in any way was of the previously mentioned José Tzitzipandáquare V, in 1852, although it was only a few-seconds shot of his procession leaving the Fuegoterno Cathedral in Tzintzuntzan. After that, the first coronation to be filmed from start to finish was actually that of Elizabeth III of the Isles in 1892.What was the first coronation to be filmed/televised, British or otherwise?
Antonio II opened the 1969 Summer Olympics on Veracruz, the 1979 Winter Olympics on Santa Maria del Calvario (OTL Squaw Valley), the 1993 Summer Olympics on Pátzcuaro (together with the Tarascan Cazonci), the 2005 Summer Olympics on Veracruz, and the 2011 Winter Olympics on Albina (OTL Donner Pass area)Which Olympic Games did Antionio II of Mexico open specifically?
The oldest of the current electors is the Elector of Pappenheim, Joachin III Wilhelm, who was born in 1942Who is the oldest HR-GE Elector?
The youngest of the Columbian High Lords is the current Grand Viceroy of Vandalia, Ludwig (or Louis) IV, who was born in 2023 and assumed the position in 2028 (he is also the first in line to the Viceroyalty of Worchester)Who is the youngest Columbian High Lord?
That's a question I hadn't though about, I'm not even sure I have an answer to it.Who's the cloeset equivalent to OTL's Marie Antoinette in this TL?
No, Eric II's father died while he was still ViceroyDid Eric II of Newden's father abdicate and acted as his son's regent until his death in 1991?
YesIs Richard III of the United Provinces the son of Alphonse I?