And Give to the Poor
A direct descendent of The Good King, King Beauregard took power at age 22 once his father passed away. A 6’1", 260 pound human male, the King is in no shape to participate in physical combat, although he was a general in the Albaeronian military from age 18 until he took the throne at 22. During this time, he was heralded as one of the worst generals the military had ever seen, leading the Albaeronian Navy to many humiliating defeats in enemy waters. Even though his leadership career had gotten off to a rocky start, he was entitled to a seat on the throne as he was the elder of two children, the younger being his brother, Prince Brock.
Beauregard, in his time as King, has single-handedly destroyed the Albaeronian monetary system, incited a class war, and has been a terrible, ineffective, very very bad king overall. His supporters have had very little to support in recent years, and his detractors often have a way of disappearing in major cities. The location of these rebels is unknown.