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The Royal Academy (貴族院, kizoku-in) is located in the Sovereignty, the central zone of the country[1].
It is situated on a hill surrounded by forests of conifers[2]. Due to its ability to sustain itself via teleportation circles, no supporting villages are found in the general area[3].

As the name suggests, its main purpose is the education of noble students, but it is also used as the site for the yearly Interduchy Tournament and Archduke Conference.

Spoiler from Royal Academy Stories - First Year

The continued running of the academy is funded in part by the Sovereignty itself and in part by the duchies, with the latter generally contributing according to their size. Despite the differing amounts of money that the duchies provide, the education is still the same for all attending students, regardless of their place of origin[4].

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Rozemyne learning Ordonnanz in the Schtappe fundamentals course

Barring those sent to the temple to become priests and shrine maidens, all nobles are sent to the Royal Academy, usually in the Winter after their tenth birth season. Exceptions can be made to allow the attendance of older nobles if there were extenuating circumstances that prevented them from attending at the proper time, like severe illness, but these circumstance are rare and are not looked upon kindly in noble society.

After the civil war and the resulting purges, all the former priests that were called back to noble society all got special exception to attend the academy, even the ones already fully adult. The nobles are taught by professors who teach various fields of knowledge. Students are ranked by how much mana they have and the rank of their duchy, but while they are in class professors are always treated as the superior even to Archnobles and Archuduke Candidates.

The regular education takes five years. The first two years consist of courses common to all nobles and serve as a base for the later specializations. From the third year onward, the education splits off into courses specialized toward the field of the future career of the noble students. The courses are:

In order to graduate, one of these courses must be successfully finished. While it is uncommon, students can voluntarily take more than one course should they wish it. Generally each student may choose their course according to their own will, with the only exception being an archduke's children - including adopted ones. For them the archduke candidate's course, where they learn how to govern a duchy and support the current archduke, is mandatory, even if they have no intention of competing for the position themselves.[5].

At the end of the final year, there is a graduation ceremony in which the most talented students of dedication whirls and sword dances are chosen for the final performance. To be chosen for these acts is considered a great honor[6].

When attending the academy, only a single adult retainer is allowed to be taken along. However, other students can be hired as knights, attendants and scholars. Apart from the wages they receive, the students chosen as retainers also profit from this by being able to gather experience in the future careers, while still studying[5].

While it is highly unusual and frowned upon for adults other than these retainers to enter the academy during a regular term, it is not technically forbidden, if a noble is able to come up with a believable excuse for a visit that does not involve any royal academy affairs. An example for such a case is Ferdinand of Ehrenfest paying a visit to Professor Hirschur for the official purpose of discussing magic tools he had made and left with her.
Outside of such fringe cases, any communication between the students and the adults back in their homes is done via letters delivered through the teleportation circles[7].

Arguably the most important part of the curriculum of the academy is the acquisition of a schtappe[8]. Only people who acquired a schtappe and graduated from the Royal Academy are recognized as full-fledged nobles[9].

To facilitate the timing of classes, the bells in the Academy ring twice as often on days with lessons[10].

With a large variety of ingredients growing near the academy, the brewing lessons are standardized to use specifically those ingredients[11].

The losses of life in both the battles of the civil war and the purges following it saw the teaching staff greatly diminished. The influx of so many new teachers by itself caused many changes in the lessons being taught. The various syllabi were further adapted to fit the new environment, in many ways making it easier to successfully graduate, at the cost of the quality of the education, likely due to the pressing need for more nobles and the influx of nobles with very small mana capacities who in the past would have been sent to the temple, rather than being educated at the academy. The most obvious decline happened among the apprentice knights, where the replacement of treasure stealing ditter with speed ditter resulted in many new students being barely able to coordinate with their fellow apprentice knights. But this decline was not limited to just the knight's course. Other courses suffered similar issues which would then require fresh graduates to require further lessons in their home duchies to become equal to their predecessors.

Under Lady Rozemyne's guidance, Ehrenfest incorporated the old syllabus in addition to the new one in their study materials. While this would mean that they had to learn things that were not expected to come up in the exams, it would make it much easier for the students to perform the duties of their respective profession without having to take too many more lessons after graduation from the academy.

This also unexpectedly served the Ehrenfest students well when Professor Fraularm made an unannounced return to the pre-civil-war syllabus in sociology class in an attempt to undermine Ehrenfest's attempts to reach all passing marks in every written lesson on the respective first day of each written lesson for a second time in a row. Judging by comments she received, she was able to press this issue through with her colleagues by framing it as a way to ascertain whether the Ehrenfest students were only reaching their high marks due to cheating. Much to her barely concealed vexation though, the Ehrenfest second years still managed to all pass, thanks to learning both the old and new syllabus thanks to Rozemyne[12].

Schedules and Curriculum

For details on the schedules and lessons see Curriculum Tab.

Advancement Ceremony

Starting at third bell, the Advancement Ceremony is the first event held at the royal academy at the start of a term.

All the current students gather in the main auditorium, with the students entering by duchy ranking and remain standing for the duration of the ceremony. Once the members of the lowest duchy have entered and taken their place, a representative of the teaching staff holds a speech, celebrating the advancement of years, which is more or less the same each year. To make sure the speakers are heard loud and clear, voice amplifying magic tools are used.

Following this, the professors announce information regarding the upcoming classes, as well as some more general information for the sake of the first-years.

Once this is finished, the students are told which room to go to for the fellowship gatherings[13].

Fellowship Gathering

Greeting Prince Hildebrand during the fellowship gathering

After the conclusion of the advancement ceremony, the students are split into groups according to their status with each level of nobility being assigned a separate classroom. Sixth-year students are expected to guide their juniors, especially the first-years.

At the room in question, once again the students enter in order of their duchy-rank[13].

Once everyone is seated, a representative of each duchy is expected to introduce themselves to all the higher ranking duchies, again in order of ranking. In practice this means the highest ranking duchy's students can remain seated the entire time. The representative from the second highest duchy will then introduce themselves to the first and return to their seat. Then the representative of the third duchy will first introduce themselves to the first and then the second duchy before returning to their places and so forth, until the last duchy has finished their introduction to all the higher ranking ones.

In case of the room with the archduke candidates, there will always be a member of the royal family present. If no royal child is currently at the age to attend the academy, an appointed overseer will take the place. Apart from the royal standing even over the highest ranking duchy, the proceedings are the same as with the arch-, med- and laynobles.

At the introduction first regular noble greetings are exchanged. If the person greeted is of the royalty, the students are expected to finish their greeting with an introduction of their names, followed by "...here to learn to become proper nobles fit to serve Yurgenschmidt. May the future be bright."

Once the formal greeting is finished, the students may choose to hold short conversations, but are generally expected to keep anything said short so as to not drag the already lengthy greetings out too much.

After all the greetings have been finished, the students are served food, followed by time to socialize amongst each other before they have to return to their dorms[14].

The fellowship gathering for royalty and archduke candidates is held in the Small Hall[15].

Graduation Ceremony

This ceremony is held at the end of each regular term of the royal academy for the students who graduate as part of the Interduchy Tournament.

See Interduchy Tournament

Crest Work

Spoiler from Royal Academy Stories - First Year

Crest work in the Royal Academy refers to the jobs students can take on to earn money. The name stems from the order forms used to ensure payment is received. These forms contain the names and crests of both the giver of the job and the one taking it, and a description of the job in question. Anyone who doesn't receive the agreed compensation can use these documents to petition the respective Aub about it during the next Interduchy Tournament.

One example for crest work is Lady Rozemyne paying any student regardless of faction or duchy for transcriptions of books that aren't present in Ehrenfest's castle bookroom[16].

Header.pngArchduke Conference

See Archduke Conference

Header.pngArchitecture

Royal Academy Central Complex

The Academy consists of a big central complex, erected on a sizeable hill, where the Library, classrooms and other rooms meant to be used by nobles of more than a single duchy are located. This includes separate buildings for scholars and knights.
From this central complex, the dormitories of the various duchies radiate outward, each in the style of their home. Students may only enter their own dormitory and the common areas. Each duchy dormitory is situated on its own hill, each smaller than the one of the central building[2].

Chapel

The royal academy contains a chapel dedicated to the Gods. This chapel contains the entrance to the Farthest Hall.

It is also the place where the marriage ceremonies for members of the royal family and archduke family members are held by the sovereign high bishop[17].

Farthest Hall

Rozemyne in the deepest reaches of the Farthest Hall

The Farthest Hall is a cavern that can only be accessed from a chapel behind the main auditorium of Royal Academy. It is in this place that students acquire their Divine Will, an essential component of a Schtappe. It's entrance is hidden behind a staircase, that can be moved to the side by a professor pouring mana into a concealed feystone[18].

From the entrance and throughout most of the way, the place looks like a long corridor hewn directly from the natural rock, with the ivory footpath being the only visible artificial structure, serving both to provide secure footing and as the only illumination, with its faint glow. This path leads steadily higher at a mild incline, occasionally going up steep enough for the ivory path to form a set of steps.

At the very end of the corridor lies a large spiral staircase going up roughly one story, leading up to a large cavern with a circular ivory plaza, surrounding a sculpture of a tree made from the same white material, beautifully illuminated by a hole in the ceiling above it, allowing sunlight to pour in[18].

Going by Rozemyne's observation, it would appear that the less mana capacity a student has, the nearer to the entrance they find their Divine Will. Laynobles generally find theirs in a matter of minutes, mednobles have to go about halfway up the path and archnobles very near to the end. In her age group she was the only one who had to go up the spiral staircase[18].

Duchy Dormitories

Each Dormitory contains the living quarters of the students, as well as the teleportation circles connected to the capital of the respective duchy. Since they are made from the creation magic of past Archdukes of their region, their aesthetics match with that of the home-castle, both on the in- and outside. Member of a duchy are strictly forbidden to attempt to enter the dormitories of another duchy. The dormitories are secured by magical barriers, that allow only those with magical tokens to enter, like the brooches that are handed out to students[19].

These tokens are only handed out to members of the duchy, though on rare occasions the Aub of the duchy can hand out a feystone infused with their mana to allow people from other duchies to temporarily enter their dormitory[20].

Without the respective Aub's cooperation, only the king himself has the authority to grant permission to enter another duchy's dormitory, which is only given in exceptional circumstances and under the oversight of knights from the Sovereign Knight's Order. The only known instances of such a thing happen was the investigation of the former Werkerstock dormitory after a ternisbefallen attack on the Ehrenfest gathering spot during Lady Rozemyne's second year at the academy, which was traced back to that duchy and reopened briefly to hunt for rebel nobles during the the civil war, or find evidence[21].

Apart from the student's living quarters, the dormitories also contain rooms for the archducal couple and their attendants to use during the interduchy tournament and archduke's conference[22]. Due to the strict partitioning of males and females into separate levels of the building, the archducal couple have separate rooms in the respective levels[23].

In addition to the student facilities, the building also contains parts that are not protected by barriers and thus accessible to visitors, which contain meeting rooms for inter-duchy socializing[24].

Generally these rooms are big and can be fitted with many tables. When not needed, excess furniture is kept in nearby storage rooms. To offer more privacy for smaller meetings, parts of the room can be partitioned off[25].

Near each Dormitory exists an area that is protected by a barrier that keeps snow out and may also contain wards to prevent people from other duchies from entering. Originally these spots were created as the home-base for treasure-stealing ditter, but the absence of snow ended up providing a good environment for various feyplants to grow, which in turn attracted feybeasts, making the spots ideal for gathering ingredients and hunting.
With the ditter tournaments now being changed to speed ditter played in the stadium, these places are now solely used for gathering and thus commonly known as "gathering spots"[11].

Spoiler from Royal Academy Stories - First Year

At the end of each term, the dormitories are completely closed down once the last students have left for their home duchy. Should a student require remedial classes, the entire dormitory needs to be kept running and remain staffed with cooks and servants, putting a burden on the duchy, which is one of the reasons why dormitory supervisors are very invested in making sure all the students from their duchy finish their classes within the regular semester of the academy.
Once all the cooks and servants have left together with the students, the dormitory supervisors eat with the other professors in the shared facilities for the rest of the year until the academy fully reopens the next winter[26].

Drewanchel Dormitory

The current supervisor of the Drewanchel dormitory is Professor Gundolf.

Their archduke candidate-level meeting room is decorated in a way that gives off very natural vibes. The wainscoting running across all the walls is curved and flowing in shape, the clothes they have hung up depict flowers and trees and there are many potted plants. Lady Rozemyne likened the atmosphere of the room to being in a forest[27].

Dunkelfelger Dormitory

The current supervisor of the Dunkelfelger dormitory is Professor Rauffen.

Fitting with the martial mindset of Dunkelfelger nobles, the meeting rooms of their dorm are rather spartan. Fitted out in a blue and white colour-scheme, the room is built for functionality first and lacks any of the decorations, ornamentation or intricate carvings usually found in meeting rooms at the royal academy. This extends to even the highest-class meeting room for archduke candidates, which has only a single piece of decoration; a statue of a knight on a highbeast, carved from a blue crystal of superb craftsmanship[28].

Spoiler from Royal Academy Stories - First Year

This lack of decoration is even more severe in the dormitory accessible only to Dunkelfelgerians, where the walls are completely blank, except for the occasional bit of blue to show the duchy colour, just like it is back in the archduke's castle in full alignment with Dunkelfelger prioritizing practicality above all else[29].

Unlike most other duchies, the Dunkelfelger dormitory houses its own training grounds for their apprentice knights. These fields are available for the students to organize small-scale ditter matches among themselves or, in very rare occasions, private matches against nobles of other duchies. One such case was a ditter match between Lord Ferdinand of Ehrenfest and Lord Heisshitze over the publishing rights of a book, suggested by Aub Dunkelfelger himself and approved by Aub Ehrenfest[20].

Ehrenfest Dormitory

First Floor

The first floor contains the meeting rooms for inter-duchy socializing and is thus not protected by the barrier that keeps people from other duchies out of the student facilities[24].

Ehrenfest's meeting rooms are decorated with tapestries that still show quite a lot of the surrounding ivory walls. Most of the furniture is made from carved wood[25].

Second Floor

The second floor contains the room with the teleportation circle, as well as an exit to the outside. Both are guarded by a pair of knights each.

The first room one enters after exiting the teleportation circle is the common area on the second floor, where all students, regardless of rank, gender or grade can socialize together. Apart from several communal rooms for studying, socializing or spending free time, this area also contains a common dining room. While each student is free to eat in the privacy of their own room, most Ehrenfest students seem to prefer eating together in the common area.

In Lady Rozemyne's second term at the academy, a set of bookshelves were added to the common room[30], which she filled primarily with learning material, but also set aside some room for entertainment books. The former are organized by term and course, while the latter are organized by the duchy the stories originate from, and subdivided by the genre[11].

The bookshelf in the common room also contains a catalogue. This lists all the books of the royal academy that have been transcribed the previous year to avoid students accidentally creating unnecessary duplicates of already finished transcriptions[31].

Further backward are the living quarters. The boys' rooms are also on the second floor, while the girls' rooms are one level up. The third floor is strictly off limits to males. To assure that everyone follows this rule, guard knights are at all times stationed at the staircase, taking shifts to never leave the post unattended.
The quarters closest to the common areas are traditionally used by laynobles, with the status going up the further toward the back one goes. The rooms furthest toward the back of their respective floors are reserved for archduke candidates. Attendants currently employed by higher ranking students are exempt from this, staying instead in rooms directly next to their masters', so they can stay near to their charge.
Students can choose to share rooms with others to save money or if they like the company[19].

Basement

The basement contains facilities for servants, like the kitchen[24].

Ehrenfest Dormitory is officially overseen by Professor Hirschur, though she often neglects this duty in favor of her research[19].

Klassenberg Dormitory

Klassenberg's current dormitory supervisor is Professor Primevere[32].

Klassenberg's meeting rooms are fitted with massive tapestries that cover the entirety of the surrounding walls like wallpapers. Over the tapestries many expansive paintings are hung to show off the duchy's wealth, along with expansive furniture made from a marble-like stone[25].

Gardens

Outside of the main building there is a set of gardens maintained by the professors and protects by magical barriers that keep snow and rain out. In a part of the gardens with lots of flowers are placed ivory gazebos that are favourite spot of romantically involcved students to meet[33]. It is common to leave one's highbeast at the entrance to indicate a gazebo currently being occupied[34].

Knight's Building

This building houses the Sovereignty knights and contains the classrooms and training rooms for apprentice knights.

Ditter Stadium

Attached to the Knights building is a stadium for ditter matches. It has roughly the size of a baseball stadium, but does not have tiered seats for the spectators. The top appears to be open to the sky, but a transparent ceiling prevents wind and weather from affecting the field below. It is unclear whether this is a physical material or a magical barrier[35].

The field itself contains four magic circles meant to keep captured feybeasts in place during treasure-stealing ditter matches[35].

Training Grounds

The Knight's building has multiple training grounds. Ever since speed ditter replaced treasure-stealing ditter as the main event of the Interduchy Tournament, the tournament itself takes place at the largest of the training fields, with all the socializing and research presentations taking place on the surrounding terraces.

Like the smaller ditter stadium, this big training field appears to be open to the sky, but no rain or snow falls into it, making it very likely it is protected by a magical barrier in place of a roof[36].

Library

See Library Tab

Royal Villas

Rather than having buildings for members of the royal family, the academy instead is fitted with doors that have teleportation magic built into them, which directly connect the royal villas in and near the Royal Palace with the academy.

Unlike the teleportation circles used to transfer between the royal academy and the duchies' archduke castles, these doors do not need to be specifically charged for each teleport or have their short time-delay and magical sparks, to the point where the person using them usually won't even notice having been teleported, and often believe they are just in the different part of the royal academy adjacent to the corridor they entered by.

In contrast to the dormitories, access to the royal villa is possible for all nobles, provided they have the permission of the owner of the villa[37].

The doors themselves look identical, but are marked with the elements of various gods to show which villa they connect to. They are as follows:

  • Darkness: Villa of the king, currently Zent Trauerqual
  • Light: Villa of the king's first wife
  • Water: Villa of the king's second wife
  • Wind: Villa of the king's third wife
  • Fire: Villa of the first prince, currently Prince Sigiswald
  • Life: Villa of the second prince, currently Prince Anastasius
  • Earth: Villa of the third prince, currently Prince Hildebrand

It is not known if there are further teleportation door for more princes[38].

Scholar Building

This building contains the living quarters for the Sovereignty scholars and classrooms for the apprentice scholars. It also houses laboratories, both for teaching purposes and personal labs for the residents to pursue their own research when off duty.

Small Hall

This room is where the fellowship gathering for members of the royal family and archduke candidates is held[15].

During the rest of the year, it is used for various other courses, like dedication whirl lessons[39], the course for transforming schtappes into shields and weapons for archduke candidates[40], and basic brewing lessons for second year students[41].

Header.pngTrivia

  • Although it is possible to take multiple courses, no one can complete all of them -- regular nobles can't take archduke candidate courses, whereas archduke candidates are not allowed to take attendant's course.
  • Ferdinand stayed at the Royal Academy all year and only returned to Ehrenfest when summoned, because of the bullying he received from Veronica. Due to this, he completed the knight, scholar and archduke candidate course[5].
  • According to Justus, there were twenty rumors or mysteries surrounding the Royal Academy during his time as a student, though none of the current student has ever heard of them, likely due to the civil war. The ones he mentioned are a forbidden archive in the library only accessible by royalty, a statue of a goddess that is supposed to dance on the nights of the graduation ceremonies, a gazebo where the goddess of time plays tricks and a gewinnen set that decides the outcome of ditter matches[24].

Header.pngReferences

  1. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 3 Volume 3. Chapter 4: The Baptism Ceremony and our Winter Debut
  2. 2.0 2.1 Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 1. Chapter 21: Passing Highbeast Creation
  3. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 2. Chapter 1: Meeting for the Tea Party
  4. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Royal Academy Stories - First Year. Chapter 4: Rauffen - Wondrous Ditter
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 3 Volume 3. Chapter 5: A Class for Kids
  6. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 1. Chapter 20: Dedication Whirl
  7. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 6. Chapter 13: Professor Hirschur's Disciple
  8. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 3 Volume 1. Chapter 14: My First Magic Training Regimen
  9. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 2 Volume 2. Chapter 14: The Myne Decimal System
  10. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 1. Chapter 11: Math, Theology, and Controlling Mana
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 5. Chapter 16: Fealty and the Dormitory
  12. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 6. Chapter 6: Everyone Passing on the First Day
  13. 13.0 13.1 Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 1. Chapter 9: The Advancement Ceremony and Fellowship Gatherings
  14. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 1. Chapter 10: Royalty and Nobles from Other Duchies
  15. 15.0 15.1 Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 5. Chapter 18: The Second-Year Fellowship Gathering
  16. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Royal Academy Stories - First Year. Chapter 2: Roderick - One Day in the Royal Academy
  17. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 5. Chapter 7: The Wedding on the Border
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 1. Chapter 18: Schtappe Acquisition
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 1. Chapter 7: My Retainers and Entering the Dormitor
  20. 20.0 20.1 Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 7. Chapter 13: The Ditter Match
  21. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 6. Investigating the Former Werkestock Dormitory
  22. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 3. Chapter 13: Angelica's Graduation Ceremony
  23. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 3. Chapter 20: Ferdinand and I
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 24.3 Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 3. Chapter 11: The Tea Party for All Duchies
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 2. Chapter 11: Rihyarda's Wrath
  26. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Royal Academy Stories - First Year. Prologue
  27. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 7. Chapter 10: Tea Party with Drewanchel
  28. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 7. Chapter 9: Planning for the Tea Party
  29. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Royal Academy Stories - First Year. Chapter 16: Hannelore - Ehrenfest's Books
  30. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 5. Chapter 15: Leaving for the Royal Academy
  31. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 6. Chapter 3: Registering for the Library and Supplying Mana
  32. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 3. The Blessing at the Graduation Ceremony
  33. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 7. Speaking at the Gazebo
  34. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 7. Rendezvous at the Gazebo
  35. 35.0 35.1 Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 2. Chapter 9: Treasure-Stealing Ditter
  36. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 7. Interduchy Tournament (Second Year)
  37. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 2. Chapter 10: The Prince's Summons
  38. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 5. Epilogue
  39. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 6. Chapter 9: Dedication Whirling and Ordonnanz Brewing
  40. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 6. Chapter 4: Schtappe Transformation
  41. Ascendance of a Bookworm. Part 4 Volume 6. Chapter 7: Brewing and Recovery Potions

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K KaiKamilKampferKantnaKarlaKarstedtKashickKathreinKenntripsKonrad
L LagreteLamprechtLasfamLauraLaurenzLeberechtLeckleLeidenschaftLeiseLeonLeonoreLessyLestilautLetiziaLieseletaLilyLinhardtLinusLizLizzieLutz
M MatthiasMargaretMarkMartheMatildaMelchiorMestionoraMonikaMoritzMyne
N NadineNicolaNikolausNolteNoraNorbert
O OrtwinOswaldOswinOttilieOtto
P PaulinePhilinePrevious Count LeisegangPrimevere
R RalphRauffenRelichionRenateRichtRickRihyardaRitaRoderickRosinaRoyellaRozemaryRozemyneRudigerRudolf
S SchutzariaSchwartz and WeissSelimShikikozaShuuSiegSigiswaldSixth Aub EhrenfestSolangeStenlukeSylvester
T TheoThoreToddTrauerqualTraugottTrudeliedeTuuli
U Urano MotosuUrano Motosu’s Mother
V VeronicaViktorViscount DahldolfViscount JoisontakVolk
W WilfriedWilmaWolf
Z ZackZahmZasha
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