List of Andamonian monarchs

Andamonia has had tons of emperors. The Second Dynasty ruled Andamonia from 1784 until its overthrow in 1844. Between 1844 and 1913, the country was governed under the First Republic and subsequently the Second Republic, and the Tlacapila dynasty resided in exile in the Empire of Exponent. Andamonia was ruled by four more Tlacapilzi emperors between 1913 and 2016 after the Tlacapila Restoration deposed the Second Republic. Emperor Amahuiz dissolved the monarchy in December 2016 and replaced it with the Andamonian Third Republic.

First dynasty (956-1784)

Name Portrait Birth Marriages Death
Toxilec I
24 August 1504–25 March 1533
1473
Zadé Axochizin
Son of and
25 March 1533
Toxilec III
9 June 1715–21 December 1742
1689
Zadé Axochizin
Son of and
21 December 1742
Cevrazu
Xichiel II
21 December 1742 – 15 May 1784
21 September 1716
Cevrazu
Daughter of Toxilec III and Aztlama
15 May 1784
Cevrazu

Second dynasty (1784-1844)

Name Portrait Birth Marriages Death
Rúnacar II
24 June 1784 – 11 November 1802
1741
Lasasu Isnin
Son of a man and a woman who loved each other very much
11 November 1802
Zadé Axochizin
Lahamisa II
11 November 1802 – 21 February 1831
1780
Lasasu Isnin
Daughter of Rúnacar II and his wife
4 July 1858
Paradise City, Exponent
Cueytatzl Ren I
21 February 1831 – 5 September 1844
1803
Makami
Second son of Lahamisa II and her man
30 October 1891
Paradise City

First and Second republics (1844-1892, 1893-1913)

Post-Tlacapila Restoration (1913-2016)

Name Portrait Birth Marriages Death
Turaehoc III
8 January 1913 – 22 September 1929
4 August 1869
Paradise City, Exponent
22 September 1929
Zadé Axochizin, Andamonia
Cueytatzl Ren II
22 September 1929 – 25 May 1966
9 April 1900
Paradise City
Son of Turaehoc III and some woman
25 May 1966
Zadé Axochizin
Ayastoc Abazu
25 May 1966 – 2 October 1997
13 March 1946
Zadé Axochizin
Son of Cueytatzl Ren II by his spouse

1971
2 children
2 October 1997
Cevrazu
Amahuiz
2 October 1997 – 25 December 2016
6 December 1978
Zadé Axochizin
Second son of Ayastoc Abazu and his wife


Third Republic (2016-present)