William I Arevin
King of New Britannia
Reign 43 1ENB - 45 1ENB
Ruler of Region New Britannia
Predecessor Henry I
Successor Charles I
Spouse None
Siblings Sandra de Arevin
Charles I
James I
Issue None
Titles His Grace, William Arevin, King of New Britannia and its Lords, Grand Duke of Arevad
Royal House House of Arevin
Father Henry I
Mother Arabeth
Date of Birth Exact date unspecified; approximately 2-1 B1ENB
Date of Death 45 1ENB (aged 46-47)
Place of Birth Arevad, New Britannia
Place of Death Arevad, New Britannia
Religion Pantheon of the Refined

William I of New Britannia was the third Monarch of New Britannia. While little was disclosed about his life as a result of the shame his father had for him, William is known to have been a very sickly and mentally unstable individual. Throughout his uncle's reign and his father's peacetime reign, he was kept in relative seclusion, away from the eyes of others. Even still, he was officially declared the Crown Prince of New Britannia during his father's reign. Whilst mentally unstable, in his rare moments of lucidity, he was said to have been a very intelligent person, though he was largely ignored even during his stable periods. During the Second Britannian Invasion of New Britannia, he was kept in the custody of Robert Delmade, and was regarded as the figurehead of the future order of things in New Britannia should it push the Britannian invaders out of its territory. Upon his father's death in 43 1ENB, he would assume the throne of New Britannia, though regency would be given to his younger brother Charles, in contradiction to his father's will that Robert Delmade be made regent. William would not reign for very long, and would die of an unknown sickness believed now to have been a form of influenza in 45 1ENB.

William I of New Britannia
William de Arevin
House of Arevin
Regnal titles
Preceded by:
Henry I
King of New Britannia
Succeeded by:
Charles I
New Britannian Peerage
Preceded by:
Henry I
Grand Duke of Arevad

Succeeded by:
Charles I