It depends on what kind of monarchy you’re writing. Until the mid 1300s, the kings were basically the nobles’ bitch for a lot of reasons I covered here. After the Black Death and increased revenue b/c trade, the kings became more authoritarian and the era of absolute monarchs/enlightened despots began.
What does this mean? If your monarchy resembles one prior to the 1400s, it could happen if his nobles agree on the successor. If your monarchy resembles one after the 1400s, then he could probably do it. If he does it anyway, he’d better choose a popular, strong, and smart successor, or someone will dethrone them. Also the nobles would probably lose their hose if the successor was not noble/royal because deeply rooted classism.
idk i wouldn’t trust him with small twin children not with that track record
nerdaneliswa requested a nice and young Nerdanel/Fëanor being
cute andhappy with numbers #93 and #94 from the pallete meme thing. Yep, there they are.
Thanks for requesting and I hope you’ll like it, dear ;)
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Chuck Wendig on editing. A good read. NSFW for language, if you care.
i saw this news item and couldn’t stop laughing + i was bored + i totally headcanon the NAFTA trio getting up to all kinds of shit- and canada’s usually the most sane of the three.
aph mexico is inspired by the latin-hetalia community
edit: fixed typo!
helliecarouselsaid: Hope this is the right place. Can you pls draw modern Thranduil and Legolas? Thanks!
GOD HE’D JUST BE PLAIN EMBARRASSING LIKE DAD CAN YOU NOT PICK ME UP IN THE OFF-WHITE MERCEDES BENZ