Famous Redanian Dynasties (book) is in-game novel from Hearts of Stone, Geralt of Rivia can found it in Shanis Oxenfurt house.
Journal entry Edit
- The dynasty's founder, Stephen von Eyegrid, was a simple huntsman. He was knighted by Heribert the Quarrelsome in thanks for saving the life of Prince Vizimir (later King Vizimir II, known as the Just). Dynastic estate: Blaviken region, Huntington Manor, incorporating the largest ballroom in Redania. Dynastic beast: Crane. Notable representatives: Vridank von Eyegrid - Royal Cup-Bearer, Lucienne von Eyegrid - Abbess of the Order of Mother Melitele in Rinbe, Klaus von Eyegrid, known also as the "Blue Knight" - victor of fourteen knightly tournaments.
- Hans von Esteken, the founder of this dynasty, purchased his knighthood in 1085 after making a fortune in the furs and pelts trade. Dynastic estate: Ghelibol region, Esteken Manor, incorporating the largest private library in the Northern Realms. Dynastic beast: Beaver. Notable representatives: Suzanna von Esteken - one of the first female poets to publish the Common Tongue, Eleonore von Esteken - mother of King Radovid IV, known as the Bald, Norbert von Esteken - funded the formation of the Faculty of Philosophy at Oxenfurt Academy.
- The dynasty's founder, Ratibor von Everec, was knighted by King Vridank the Elf for feats of exceptional wartime prowess in the Gulf of Praxeda theatre. Dynastic estate: Oxenfurt region, Von Everec Manor, surrounded by lush gardens famed for incorporating a monumental family crypt. Dynastic beast: Wild Boar. Notable representatives: Bohumil von Everec - Castellan of Roggeveen Castle, Honoratina von Everec - patroness of the artists of Oxenfurt, Kestatis von Everec - Field Hetman of the Crown. Recent decades have seen the von Everecs fall upon hard times, their wealth and status having steadily and gravely declined.