The House of Dukroil-Deisjei was one of the royal families that controlled pre-unified Kaevi. The family ruled most of what is now northern archipelagan Kaevi from 397 BCE to 1919 CE before abdicating under threat of execution by Zhrain Kaileel Kei's revolutionary military.
The dynasty can be verified to trace back to Lisoone, now a province of Kaevi in Naskigo, around the year 500 BCE. However, it is believed that the house was originally part of or led a nomadic tribe from northern Naskigo or western Norda that was driven out due to Indo-Esamiran expansion. The family conquered all of modern-day Lisoone and established a highly centralized fiefdom not long after their arrival.
In the late 400s, a number of colonies were established in the northern Kaevi archipelago. One of these colonies, known today as Seivastopol, grew rapidly due to its prime maritime trade location. The influence and size of this colony eclipsed that of Lisoone and in 397, Astokah Kaimprinil Dukroil made the city his capital and proclaimed himself Vosti, or God-Emperor.
It should be noted that the Dukroil-Deisjei dynasty existed as cultural isolates in their own realms, which could be explained by the hypothesis that they were part of a forgotten pre-Indo-Esamiran culture group. From old texts found after the family's deposal, it can be seen that their language evolved from a mostly indecipherable language to progressively merging with Kae as the family's realm spread throughout Kaevi.
The family also followed a unique polytheistic religion that claimed that members of the house were living gods who ruled by divine right. This religion was successfully spread to the lands the clan conquered, albeit in heavily modified forms in some instances. The religion featured a dualistic universe of light and dark, with the Dukroil-Deisjeis being the chief gods of the world of light / world of the living.
In order to maintain the "divine purity" of the family, extremely close inbreeding was practiced near-exclusively. This increasingly led to severe mental and physical abnormalities, with those deemed unfit to rule or ever attempt procreation given the title Black Blood. Black Bloods were not allowed to touch the Azure Throne and were usually sterilized or executed before they came of age. While a number of congenital peculiarities arose with time, the most notable of which was albinism, which affected one in three in the royal family by its deposition. Albinism was considered by the family to be a sign of extraordinary divine purity and gave one the title White Blood. White Bloods placed higher in the royal hierarchy than ordinary members or the family, but lower than Blue Bloods. Blue Bloods were the offspring of a reigning God-Emperor and placed highest in the line of succession.
List of Monarchs
|1||Astokah Kaimprinil Dukroil||397-359||King|
|2||Buskul Jisdonil Dukroil||359-343||King|
|3||Isofolwe Wofavre Deisjei I||343-310||Queen|
|4||Niomwe Feinkon Deisjei||310-307||King|
|5||Raimpril Halkoil Dukroil||307-298||King|
|6||Olavfiom Sonewa Deisjei||298-279||King|
|7||Isofolwe Wofavre Deisjei II||279-255||Queen|
|8||Taskonil Erejosko Deisjei||255-239||Queen|
|9||Dewojalep Nonil Deisjei||239-236||King|
|10||Zeivoskil Ifo Dukroil I||236-212||King|
|11||Zeivoskil Ifo Dukroil II||212-179||King|
|12||Zeivoskil Ifo Dukroil III||179-170||King|
|13||Hopolkaske Royulkum Mosunjalep I||170-152||King|
|14||Sinsofol Nakefil Mosunjalep||152-129||Queen|
|15||Hopolkaske Royulkum Mosunjalep II||129-112||King|
|16||Filkosarenil Vofavre Deisjei||112-95||Queen|
|17||Ilonil Doremaske Deisjei||95-57||Queen|