Excerpts from “What Happened to the Children and Grandchildren of Queen Miranda?” The Detailed History of Queen Miranda, Windburg’s Beloved and Last Monarch available at Walrus Books & Gifts
The Detailed History of Queen Miranda, Windburg’s Beloved and Last Monarch by The Avante Gardes Society, Maaike Haas, Editor. Available at Walrus Books & Gifts, the following has kindly been excerpted for public domain by author and Avante Gardes Society Member Gunther Munch.
Eldest daughter Beatrice married Percy Dishey, the Baron von Straud who had emigrated to Windenburg during the Great Giant Sloth Invasion. Upon meeting him, Beatrice was struck with his charm and grace. The Queen and King gave the newlyweds a large parcel of land in the northern part of the Countryside and the appropriate time after their wedding, Beatrice gave birth to one child, a daughter they named Stella. However, the Baron was not one to be content living a country life and convinced Baroness Beatrice to head out on an expedition with him and his court before they could build their Windslar estate. Little Stella was left in the care of her nurse and ended up being raised by her aunt Luna after her parents never returned.
Mysterious disappearances appear to run in the family for Stella vanished as well not long after the birth of her youngest son, leaving her husband, Jacques Villareal, to raise their three children alone among the whispers of scandal.
Victoria, Queen Miranda’s second child, married Lord Lycan and the couple had twin sons. Unfortunately, Lady Victoria, her husband and their younger twin son perished in a kitchen fire. Not much is known about their eldest son, the next Lord Lycan, other than he was a recluse who married the lovely Lady Sanguina and refused to relinquish their titles in the Nobility Title Remand of 1924. Some say they lost their heads when they made that decision, but others maintain they moved to the alleged town of Forgotten Hollow.
Suuuul is still one of the most popular DJ’s throughout the Old Country and SimNation
Their son became a well-known DJ, choosing to be known by his stage name, Suuuuul, and disavowing his family heritage.
Daughter Alice married the Baron Von Dithering. They were both good-natured and celebrated their wedding with a month-long feast. When their first child was born on the day of their first wedding anniversary, the Duke and Duchess celebrated with yet another month-long feast. The excitement was too much for this cheerful couple because they fell over laughing and were collected by the Grim Reaper, leaving their baby an orphan. A bust of Baron von Dithering stands in the new City Hall.
The next daughter, Lousia, married Baron Delbert Fibbs, and their son, DJ (Delbert, Jr.), was best friends with his cousin. Both DJ and Suuuuuuuul were raised by Baron Fib’s sister after the Baroness and Baron mysteriously vanished on a mountain holiday near the alleged town of Forgotten Hollow.
The Queen’s second son, Leopold, was a confirmed bachelor until he met Lady Chloe Fyres while wandering around the castle gardens. He soon realized how much they had in common and how fleeting life was, and they soon married under the wedding arch in what is now known as the Chalet Gardens. Lady Fyres was a widow with a teen son, whom Leopold happily agreed to adopt, and fortunately for her son, Rowan the Second, the adoption was approved before his mother and adoptive father spent their honeymoon at the Von Haunt Estate. Upon his insistence, the Estate is no longer available for overnight stays.
Duke Alfred, the third son and ninth child, married the Duchess Pinky and build a modest estate in the Countryside. Defying his parents and shocking most of the court, the former prince took on the last name and title of his wife. They had three children together and hoped for more. Sadly, their lives were marred by a series of unfortunate events. Their eldest daughter, Violetta, married Baron von Munch. After the elimination of all royal and noble titles, the von Munch family dropped the “von” and opened a restaurant. The Munch family still owns the property and run the restaurant, a favorite spot for locals and visitors alike, to this day.
The Queen’s tenth and youngest child, Arthur, left home never to return. His last known letter to the Queen and King informed them that he and his “soulmate,” Minerva Goth, were happily living by a stream in a house full of dogs. It is unknown whether or not Arthur and Minerva have any descendants.