The Four Tribe Rebellion was a conflict in Solaine during the Years 14 - 15. Four of the original ten barbarian tribes revolted after the death of King Juan I, the man who united and founded the kingdom. These tribes included: Marizma, the Milisia, the Alabon, and the Nochgo. 

The conflict saw the death of King Juan II among hundreds before King Alfonso I put an end to it.

Conflict Edit

As Juan I lay dying of disease in his bed, insurgents were planning their rebellion. On the day the king died, the four tribal leaders were absent from the crowning ceremony of Juan II. An exodus from Leonora occured as thousands fled east. The Solaine miitary gathered quickly and pursued the rebels.

The Alabons and Milisians settled a defensive line as the other tribes escaped. The Marizma continued northeast and settled by the Spider Sea. The Nochgo found asylum with their countrymen in Bardonia.

Juan II was killed by an arrow to the neck in the winter of the Year 14. His brother Alfonso I resumed the battle with vigor. At the beginning of the Year 15, the royal army smashed the fort and slaughtered all but 100 Alabons. By the spring of Year 15, the rebel tribes had all surrendered.

The Milisian leader Finn O'Beck was executed in front of his wife and children. The Milisians were banished to the northern woods and the Marizmas were left to their native lands by the Spider Sea. Both peoples were left to their own laws, on the condition that they pay taxes to the crown.

Results Edit

The Milisian would never forget the defeat, beginning the tradition of raping and stealing from the Soliano people. Likewise, the kingdom would always view their white skinned denizens as brute foreigners.

"Finn" would become a popular, revered name among barbarians. "Alfonso" would become a popular name within the royal family and therefore with the population as well.