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Tiberias Calore VI was the former King of Norta. He had two wives, Coriane, a singer, the mother of Tiberias VII, and his second wife, Elara, a whisper the mother, of Maven.
It is said that he loved Coriane deeply and married her without Queenstrial, being the third King to do so. This angered many who had waited for ages for the chance to potentially become the Queen of Norta. Particularly Elara, who later murdered Coriane and became the second wife of Tiberias. He and Elara had no romantic relationship; as it was a purely political marriage. He supposedly loved both of his sons, but Maven had always felt cast aside for his older brother. Maven also had a bigger desire to be King more than Cal. Elara was also angry that Tiberias never loved her son as much as Coriane's. Elara forced his oldest son, Tiberias VII, to murder his father while his youngest son, Maven, stood by and watched; becoming King afterwards.
Tibe had a reputed taste for warfare, making Coriane wonder if he as the crown prince at the time would ever live long enough to wear a crown. Later on, Tibe spends what many of the High Houses considers to be too much time with Coriane Jacos, thus falling in love with her. Because Coriane was considered a nobody, this slight change in marriage angered many High Houses, particularly Samos, Merandus, and Osanos. Cal, his son inherits his father's taste for warfare.
Physical description Edit
Tiberias had black hair with flecks of grey and eyes like fire. He was broad-shouldered and muscular, and he often wore a uniform with medals. Coriane described him has being "handsome in his own way" with a strong jaw, expressive golden eyes, and a mischievous smile.
- He is the third Calore king to wed outside the bonds of Queenstrial.
- Married Coriane on May 15, 294.
- Married Elara on September 20, 301.
- He was murdered on September 8, 320.