Constantine II Mako

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Coronation portrait of Constantine II.


King of the Sarovians and King of Reuss, Patriarch of the Zors and Makos, Defender of the Faith, Protector of the Realm.


215 to 219 AS


Constantine I Mako


Constantine III Mako




202 AS



Johann Aros Zor-Mako (regnal name: Constantine II) was born in 202 AS as the younger son of Aros I Mako, the founder of the United Kingdom of Sarovia and Reuss, the predecessor to the New Sarovian Empire. Constantine II was known as an expensive spender, piling up debts during his reign, as well as being needlessly cruel, harsh, and abusive to friends and family. Contemporary scholars and newspapers would claim this abusiveness, which was well known to all of his subjects, as a compulsive jealousy over the fact his elder brother Constantine I Mako would be King before him. This often led to a perceived insult and banishments to those who questioned his rule. For this matter, Constantine II is known as Constantine the Cruel by history.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Johann was born to King Aros Mako and his wife, the Princess Elenor of Vist, in 202 AS. His elder brother, Charles Constantine, would be the favourite of the two, quicking gaining a martial upbringing fit for a ruler. Johann was to receive an education of finance and history, which at the period was seen as a lesser of two educations and as a "dead end" for members of the aristocracy.

Early Life[edit | edit source]

The Malum Tyranny[edit | edit source]


Sovereign[edit | edit source]


Death and Succession[edit | edit source]


Honours[edit | edit source]

Throughout his life, Constantine II has received many different honours, decorations and titles


  • Crowns
    • Crown of Carolus XI
  • Honours
    • Sovereign of the Order of the New Sarovian Empire
Crowns, honours and decorations of Constantine II.

Coat of arms[edit | edit source]

As the son of Aros I, Constantine II's arms were the imperial arms of the Kingdom of Sarovia differenced with a label of three points argent, the usual arms for the heir apparent of the throne. When he ascended the throne, through the virtue of being the King of the Sarovians, Constantine II was the source of all heraldry and symbols through during his reign and bore the arms of the Kingdom of Sarovia.

Arms of Constantine II as heir apparent. Arms of Constantine II as sovereign.