The Noble House of Le'Gaunt (otherwise known as House Le'Gaunt) are a Saradominist noble family of Kandarin. They have a long history stretching over several millennia, with foundings dating back to the mid Third Age. Le'Gaunt are noted with a few known zealots in the family, though even less known is the magical knowledge and secrets which the family possesses. Rumours exist surrounding the wealth and artifacts that House Le'Gaunt possess, often causing criticism from other nobles at their lack of 'spending', and continued 'hoarding' of the wealth and knowledge.
Founded under the Saradominist farmer-turned war general and battlemage, Pierre Virenza, the Le'Gaunt family started their existence like much of the other humans in the God Wars, fighting for survival, either with other tribes and groups, or under the orders of their chosen god. The family struck gold in the metaphorical sense, with Pierre's attention and devotion (and with the help of a friend) to more obscure forms of magic, this magic elevated their abilities to work with spiritual and mental magicks. Pierre's meditation and expansion of the magic, resulted in his own eventual enforced pacifism on himself and removal from his family, leaving it to his children.
Virenza had already secured themselves as a noted presence of influence and power amongst central Kandarin, which would be put to the test throughout many future years to come especially by the end of the war, where after a series of events House Virenza would find themselves engaged in a near 2,000 year long blood feud before a truce was settled, with fellow Kandar family, House Aren.
By the Fifth Age, House Virenza had abandoned their original name, changing to Le'Gaunt, due to sudden shift of power within the upper echelons of the family. Their involvements in providing both financial and monetary support to founding Kandarin, resulted in Le'Gaunt retaining their already self-proclaimed noble-status, and thus being entitled continued dominion over their own lands. Many members of the house served in royal court of Ardougne being present for the events which shaped Kandarin as a wealthy nation, either as advisors, councillors, court mages or even a rare few making it to the prestigeous title of Archmage, eventually falling from grace and influence by the turn of the Sixth Age, due to the abandonment of Le'Gaunt Manor and sudden death of many elder members. They near entirely removed themselves from the public eye, residing in their Northern estate, Maplewolf. They near focused all their attention to the progression of magic, and kept to themselves.
The Le'Gaunt line can be traced as far back as the late Third Age, to the ancestor, Pierre Virenza. Pierre started his life as a humble farmer in an area south of where Ardougne is today, but eventually was drawn into the ensuring battles of the God Wars, working faithfully under Saradomin. Pierre showed himself to be a loyal and courageous warrior and within a few years had risen to the rank of General and was trusted by Saradomin as one of the founding members of the Temple Knights.
It all seemed lost for Pierre during one battle, as his regiment were struck down by Zamorakian forces. Yet, it was not the end for him, an Icyene sergeant found Pierre and healed his wounds.
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During this time, he had sired many children, which had over the course of time grew and went on to form their own families and continued the tradition of fighting and serving Saradomin. Pierre's time on Gielinor came to an end when he received a vision, a most startling one which along with it he foretold a prophecy, which foretold of the end of his line. Overcome with shock, confusion and grief. He left the Prophecy on a simple stone tablet, leaving it for the oldest of his children, or rather the direct descendant of the oldest. From then onwards, there have been no records of Pierre Virenza.
The farm house had overtime became a strong standing fortess, a place of refuge for others, and a prime military base in the area for Saradominist forces to launch attacks.
After the God Wars had ended and Saradomin, along with the other Gods were banished from Gielinor, the Virenza family found themselves without a purpose. With the line already being large and spread out, many had resorted to a nomadic lifestyle and lived off the land like barbarians, as was the cost of the devastation the War caused.
Staying true to their word, the eldest descendants of Pierre remained in the same farm house turned fortess he was raised in, which as the years progressed had become larger and grander, less fortress-like and more manor-like. While many cultures suffered at the hands of the war, the eldest were fortunate in having retained wealth from somewhat less-than-moral means. They used this to their advantage to ensure safety and security around their home and had gained some authority over the area.
They maintained a rather neutral presence with the other emerging races of the area, including Ogres, Goblins, Gnomes and Elves - albeit with minor discrepancies on occasion. Their trade with the Elves and Gnomes proved successful and largely beneficial to each side, with Virenza providing vital resources and assistance which allowed the Cadarn Empire (under Baxtorian) to reach the power it did.
While this occured, the nomadic Virenza had settled around various locations in Gielinor, including a slowly-forming Asgarnia along with the White Knights, and the newly established city of Avarrocka.
Eventually, now into the late Fourth Age, the Cadarn Empire had collapsed Baxtorian had retreated into his home under the waterfall at the death of his wife, Glarial. Virenza had changed their name in order to fit in more with the emerging settlements; now going by the name of Le'Gaunt.
While Khazard, a Mahjarrat had built up his own following south of their location,and Hazeel, another Mahjarrat, had gained a stronghold on the land north (modern day Ardougne) the Le'Gaunt had more than enough protection and wit about them to stand up against them,
With the rediscovery of runecrafting, magic and runestones quickly spread around Gielinor. This allowed humanity to spread and become the dominant species. Shortly after the town of Ardougne had begun to come into existence, several Saradominists including the Le'Gaunt and led by the Carnillean Family, took it upon themselves to rid of the threat of Hazeel and other evil influences. This would see the rise of Kandarin becoming one of the largest human nations in Gielinor.
During the rise of Kandarin, Le'Gaunt continued to offer their services to the monarchy and kingdom, quickly becoming Noble Preservers of Ardougne. There was a short disagreement between the monarchy and Le'Gaunt however when Michelle Le'Gaunt I was one of several subjects hung in King Narras' creation; a game he called hangman. Eventually upon his death and the crowning of his successor, the Le'Gaunt returned to their former positions. After the destruction of the Wizards' Tower and the access to the runestone mines lost to the ages, technology and science began to advance rapidly. It was here that Le'Gaunt began to invest their funds into business ventures, including arms, shipbuilding, medicine and others.
The rest of the age has been remotely quiet for Le'Gaunt, until sometime after the year 120, where Jacques, the current patriarch, and his wife Larona found themselves unable to bare children. At a loss and wishing to continue the family line, they instead adopted a newborn from the local orphanage, Zaox.
Zaox Le'Gaunt led the family as patriarch towards the end of the Fifth Age, ushering in an era of prosperity and popularity among the Le'Gaunt. Although shamed by the Elders, Zaox became a role model for many young men in the family as well as beloved by the people of Moselle and Ardougne. His knowledge and expertise allowed him to travel abroad and spread the influence of his family thoughout the human realms and even established relations with elves. Today, Zaox is revered fondly by the Mosellans and those who remember him. While the Elders have disowned Zaox and attempted to taint his reputation, his accomplishments have still survived throughout the world.
At the dawn of the Sixth Age, the Le'Gaunt upheld obscure influence, maintaining their connections and various worldly relationships to remain a prominent house. After the Battle of Lumbridge, the devout members of the family became nearly extinct, ushering in brief periods of silence from the family. The patriarchy of the family remained in the hands of Flyn Le'Gaunt, who fathered two bastards and was thus unable to pass his lordship to his children. Flyn was widely known as a friendly, humble, and charismatic leader, although he avoided the cultural traditions of most lords and became fused with commoners and serfs. For a time, the Le'Gaunt were only surviving by marriages, investments, and servitude to other families, as well as following the cadet branches of Asgarnia and Kandarin while Flyn lived on Karamja.
During the rise of Argrevia, the Le'Gaunt married into the Imperial family and several notable members entered military service. Maria Le'Gaunt married Emperor Edward for a short while, this falling apart after Edwards crusade into Morytania. Zara, Flyn's sister and heir, moved to the village of Taverley where she studied herbology and lived alongside the druids. It was here that she met King Varian of Anglia, and the two began an affectionate relationship for one another.
Flyn returned to Kandarin for a short while, living in Ardougne where he served as a courtier. News would arrive that his sister was to be married and that Varian wished to meet Flyn himself. However, the day Flyn left Ardougne for Taverley was the last day anyone had seen him alive.
Years passed and the Le'Gaunt family became heavily influenced by Kandar and Asgarnian cultures, expanding business ventures into both kingdoms and establishing themselves once more as the most powerful family in Gielinor. The reign of Varian de Moselle was prosperous, yet his mind slowly descended into chaos and rage with the indiscipline of his court and family. Varian was later assassinated in Falador Castle by one of his protector's, ushering in Varrick de Moselle as King very quickly. Elijah of Galwark, Varian and Zara's only illegitimate child and the eldest, left Asgarnia for Kandarin and has since seldom returned.
The Le'Gaunt were led by Zara de Moselle who, upon being widowed, retained her Le'Gaunt surname. After it was revealed that it had been Varian who personally killed Zara's brother, Flyn, she came to show resentment towards her deceased husband and this probably contributed to her dropping of the name "de Moselle". Zara then focused on the management of the Le'Gaunt.
Elijah became enamored by the beauty of Queen Iliara and the two shared a romantic affair while she was engaged to King Sennis Grey. During this time, Elijah rose through the Ardougnan court as a favorite and became legitimized as a Le'Gaunt, while also named the heir. This event greatly increased his social standing among the elite of Kandarin, making him a suitable husband for Iliara that would strengthen her power over the city-state of Ardougne. On the day of her wedding to Sennis, Elijah boldly objected when the Archbishop called for it and professed his love for Iliara, also declaring she did not love Sennis. She ran from the altar where Elijah proposed outside of the chapel. The two were privately wed in Le'Gaunt tradition later that night.
Iliara and Elijah ruled over the city-state of Ardougne as House Le'Gaunt then made their final act in securing the monarchy of Ardougne. Iliara abandoned her surname Dae in favor of Elijah's, thus consolidating Le'Gaunt power within the city-state. A brief renaissance period began after Elijah took the regal name Francois in favor of an ancestor. The rule of House Le'Gaunt was brought to an abrupt end when the elven clan of Ithellenen assaulted Ardougne, effectively squashing resistance within weeks.
While the government moved north in exile, the Queen fell in labor and gave birth to Aoife Le'Gaunt and Hedrak Dae. Iliara died shortly after childbirth, a moment that changed Elijah's life forever. After losing the kingdom and becoming widowed, Elijah abdicated formally and announced that he would continue to fight in memory of the Crimson Queen. He immediately went south to Moselle and began leading the rebellion from there, occasionally sneaking into East Ardougne from the port. The power of the elves became weakened when Field Marshal Aegidus and Elijah lead a cavalry assault on a heavy skirmish involving the defense of Moselle with the Mosellan forces lead by Zara. The course of the war turned in favor of the city-state's government-in-exile, though it would continue to drag on for several years. With the war finally coming to a close and the elven forces driven from the city-state and back to their realm, Elijah retired himself temporarily to heal from his wounds and mentally recover. Crown Princess Aoife refused the throne of Ardougne, thus making Hedrak the King. Upon his accession, Hedrak took the regal name "Augustus". Elijah finally resurfaced in order to speak with Aoife and Hedrak about consolidating control over the city-state. After his recovery, Elijah began to show signs of a battle-hardened and strengthened man.
As Aoife took on leadership as matriarch of the family, the Le'Gaunt family lived a quiet life in their duchy. Time had passed and their rule over Ardougne was nothing more than distant memory. Elijah had began showing signs of deterioration in health into his elderly years and had married Guinevere Dayne before these developments, fathering Andres and Oliver Le'Gaunt. As he relinquished all control of the family to Aoife and Andres, he began living a solemn life and confined himself to his chambers at Villa Virenza, an estate built during his own tenure as Lord Le'Gaunt.
The majority of the Le'Gaunt line, excluding Zaox's line, are known to, but not always, possess:
- A shade of blue eyes
- Moderately fair skin
- Black or brown hair, with occasional blonde.
Those of Zaox's line are known to possess:
- A specific unique hazel gaze, consisting of an outer ring of jade green and inner ring of bronze brown.
- Other eye colours can include brown or green.
- Moderate to slightly darker skin-tone.
- Black or brown hair - of varying shade.
While not enforced, many Le'Gaunt choose to don the Le'Gaunt Blue, or silver, in some articles of their attire. Holy symbols to Saradomin are also commonly adorned.
In terms of employment, Le'Gaunt have long since resided in Kandarin, and have been devout Saradominists since the Third Age. It's no surprise that their careers often involve serving their Lord.
- Knights of Falador (White Knights)
- Temple Knight
More recently, within the past 150 years however, Le'Gaunt have also moved into business ventures, so many members of their family are also involved in trading/merchanting:
- Arms dealers
As with Zaox's line however, he has encouraged many of his descendants to move towards a more magically inclined career.
Traditions and RitesEdit
For every new family member born into Le'Gaunt, 50,000 coins are granted to them at the age of 18, where they are free to spend it as they see fit. This is seen as a sort of test, amongst the older members of the family, as it provides an insight into how well a person is with their spending, and thus can be used to determine the younger members' future place within the family.
The Le'Gaunt blessing is a long-standing ritual in which all members of the Le'Gaunt go through, often at their third and then repeated at their thirteenth birthday. The process was started by Elisé I, in the hopes that it would bring prosperity and luck to the family, and to bring them closer to Saradomin.
The Blessing requires the Patriarch to be residing over, as well as three priests/monks.The blessing always takes place in the chapel of the Manor, unless specific circumstances prevent this, otherwise it may be held in any holy location.
Dressed in ceremonial robes, The Patriarch takes hold of the child, or the hand of the person (depending on age). At the centre of the font, the individual is then bathed in the holy water, which is blessed by each priest three times. Placing silver dust, a rose, a sapphire shard and the feather of a Golden Eagle into the font, the Patriarch then draws a symbol of Saradomin and an "L" on the forehead of the individual, then recites in Ancient Saradominist:
"Forever, a family. May the Lord's light shine on you. Blessed Be."
At which point the individual then repeats it, as do the priests.This is the Blessing complete - at the one later in life, the individual is presented with their Le'Gaunt Ring.
Throughout the history of the family, most alliances were forged through marriages to strengthen ties with other houses. For the marriages of the male line, the ceremonies involve cultural significance and pompous grandeur. The groom in this case would be a male Le'Gaunt, who takes an oath before the priest who becomes an oathkeeper to the newlyweds. The bride is given away by her father or nearest of kin, followed by the family blessing that initiates the bride into the matrimony. The groom then designates his Lord, which is usually the current heir, to offer his sword to the bride, who then gives it to one of her kin. This event is often considered as placing the bride's family under Le'Gaunt protection. The groom presents the Le'Gaunt rings to the bride and himself before they begin their vows. Before beginning, the vine of a golden rose is wrapped around their adjoined hands and then the two say their vows before the priest.
Most commonly, a reception is held after the family where the guest's exchange gifts with the couple. Most of the effort and wealth is put into presenting the bride's family with an expensive and grand occasion to remember.
When a member of the family passes, the corpse is taken to be cleaned and embalmed, followed by blessings from the Bishop of Moselle. Once the body is prepared, funeral services are held in the Ardougne monastery (traditionally) and the Bishop of Moselle gives words of comfort to the immediate family of the deceased. Afterwards, if the departed or the next-of-kin chose to have be buried in the Le'Gaunt Catacombs, the immediate family would then follow the body to it's burial place in the catacombs.
Pyreship funerals are given to those who have died in battle or Le'Gaunt veteran soldiers. The pyreship is prepared in the River Dougne and the Lord Le'Gaunt fires the flaming arrow which makes it alight.
To communicate with the ancestral spirits of the Le'Gaunt family, one must acquire and wield the Amulet of Communion, created by Elise Le'Gaunt and altered by Ranulph Le'Gaunt in order to communicate with the Le'Gaunt ancestry. Deep beneath the surface where the Le'Gaunt Catacombs are located, there is a room with a great column outside reading Le'Gaunt Summons, indicating the holy and spiritual site of the communion. Only one Le'Gaunt may enter the Summons at a time and they must activate the portal within the room using the Amulet of Communion.
Heirlooms & ArtifactsEdit
The Le'Gaunt Ring is a simple silver ring, embedded with a large sapphire at the centre. Surrounding themain sapphire are smaller diamonds. This ring is given to all Le'Gaunt members, upon their 13th birthday as a symbol of pride and unity to the family. Many are enchanted to allow access to the Le'Gaunt Manor as well as the Le'Gaunt Tombs and Vaults.
The marble tablet in which Pierre Virenza first carved the prophecy which fortells of the ending of the family.
It is currently stored far beneath the Le'Gaunt Manor, in the Arcanum.
An ancient blade of Icyenic origins. It was crafted by the combined efforts of Pierre Virenza and an Icyenic smith. It consists of a silver and strange metal alloy for the blade with Saradomin holy symbols presenton either side, along with a verse in Icyenic which translates roughly to "Maintaining Order and fighting the Unholy", which has, for the past 2 millennia, regularly been blessed by a group of Saradominist Priests every century, as well as having been tempered in Icyenic tears. The pommel on either side has an engraved "V" and "L" in gold lettering. It has been passed down through the family line since. It has recently taken on a black sheen to the metal after being imbibed with demonic ichor.
It is stored in Le'Gaunt Manor.
The Virenza staff is a powerful staff of Orieiic origins. Holy energies flow through it in the form of cyan lightning, which can be then unleashed to cause a devastating effect on enemies.
Its location is currently unknown.
Eye of EliséEdit
Elisé is one of the most known Le'Gaunt from history, serving as a powerful enchantress and battlemage during the latter half of the God Wars. Her protective enchantments and wards allowed her entire regiment to remain undetected and unharmed during many skirmishes and battles.
Before she passed away, Elisé is said to have left behind an amulet which contained much of her power. The amulet is said to be able to detect those with ill intentions and allow the wearer to identify the magical aura and true guise of an individual, regardless of illusion or spell. It is said that her amulet allowed her to mask her own intentions as well, making herself unreadable to the opponent.
It is assumed to be currently buried with its host, Elisé.
Cloak of Christophé IEdit
Christophé I, whom was alive during the early/mid Fourth Age, utilised runic symbols and incantations cast over a cloak of his own, which allowed him to become one with the night. Legend speaks that the cloak allowed him to blend into the shadows of the night, and utilise them for his own purpose. He used this to sneak through enemy settlements to find what he could.
The cloak is believed to have been buried with Christophé I.
Armour of FrancoisEdit
Francois was renowned for his zealousness and devoutness towards Saradomin. During his time as a paladin, he honed and crafted special plate armour. Utilising the same designs of the Le'Gaunt Blade, his
plate armour was known for it's raw strength, yet elegant design. Every battle Francois stormed into he came out unscratched, many say being down to the armour. It's said to boost slight magical abilities, instead of hindering as most metals do.
It's currently located in the Le'Gaunt Arcanum.
Ring of ZaoxEdit
A ring of Zaox's own design consisting of an alloy of steel and mithril to hold in place a large ornamental arcanic gem.
While the ring looks ordinary, it has the potential to siphon and hold the souls of departed individuals who's abilities can then be utilised by the wearer. The ring also amplifies one's necromantic abilities.
The ring is currently owned by Zaox Le'Gaunt .
- Pierre Virenza - Founder of Virenza/Le'Gaunt Family.
- Elisé Virenza I - Powerful enchantress and battlemage.
- Christophe Virenza I - Former Patriarch and known for negotations with other races in Fourth Age, specifically assisting Baxtorian in his initial days of the Cadarn Empire.
- Henrik Virenza/Le'Gaunt - Former Patriarch as well as changing the name of Virenza to Le'Gaunt.
- Christophe Le'Gaunt II - Former Patriarch and offered assistance towards Ardougne when it was a new settlement.
- Michelle Le'Gaunt I - One of several citizens hanged by King Narras for his controversial "Hangman" game.
- Francois Le'Gaunt - Former Patriarch and renowned Paladin and blacksmith
- Jacques Le'Gaunt, Former Patriarch, Paladin of great renown.
- Zaox Le'Gaunt - Former Patriarch and renowned Sorceror, magical theorist and historian.
- Zara Le'Gaunt - Former Matriarch and Queen of Asgarnia. Married to King Varian de Moselle.
- Elijah Le'Gaunt - Former Patriarch and Duke of Moselle. Widowed to Queen Iliara "the Crimson Queen" after having ruled as King of Ardougne.
Main Kandar BranchEdit
The main branch of the family, and usually where most patriarchs/matriarchs are from. They resided in Le'Gaunt Manor, until recently before it's forced abandonment, moving north to Maplewolf Estate.
- Francois Le'Gaunt - Son of Michelle II †
- Siara Taru - Wife of Francois †
- Elisé Le'Gaunt II - Daughter of Michelle II †
- Robert Del'Vair - Husband of Elisé †
- Jacques Le'Gaunt - Son of Francois †
- Larona Le'Gaunt - Wife of Francois
- Pierre Le'Gaunt - Son of Francois †
- Ranulph Le'Gaunt - Son of Francois †
- Yvonne Vansalder (Le'Gaunt) - Daughter of Francois †
- Wyatt Aren - Ex-Lover of Yvonne †
Zaox Le'Gaunt - Son of Jacques
- Cierra Donovan-Le'Gaunt - Ex-wife of Zaox
- Zhena Taru-Le'Gaunt - Ex-wife of Zaox
- Katalina Olivriar - Daughter of Jacques †
- Marcellius Olivriar - Husband of Katalina †
- Cil Le'Gaunt - Son of Jacques
- Djosk Le'Gaunt - Son of Jacques †
- Robert Le'Gaunt - Son of Pierre
- Anita Vansalder - Daughter of Yvonne †
- Zeto Le'Gaunt - Son of Zaox
- Eviee - Ex-Lover of Zeto
- Adrian Le'Gaunt - Son of Zaox †
Tekal (Le'Gaunt) - Son of Zaox Xannith (Le'Gaunt) - Daughter of Zaox Kianii Le'Gaunt - Daughter of Zaox Drask Le'Gaunt - Son of Zaox Liu-Fleora Le'Gaunt - Daughter of Zaox
- Luci-Maria Le'Gaunt - Daughter of Zaox
- Edward Aren-Grey - Ex-Husband
- Brock Avery - Husband of Luci-Maria
- Velos Olivriar - Son of Katalina
- Flyn Le'Gaunt - Son of Zeto †
- Farisha - Ex-Wife of Flyn †
- Alyssa Tyrelen - Wife of Flyn
- Zara de Moselle - Daughter of Zeto
- Varian de Moselle - Husband of Zara †
- Christopher Aren-Grey - Son of Luci-Maria
- Eden Aren-Grey - Son of Luci-Maria
- Belle-Jolie Aren-Grey - Son of Luci-Maria
- Siejal Le'Gaunt - Son of Flyn & Farisha
- Elisé Le'Gaunt - Daughter of Flyn & Alyssa
- Trystane Le'Gaunt - Son of Flyn & Alyssa
- Elijah Le'Gaunt - Son of Zara
- Varrick de Moselle - Son of Zara
- Amelia de Moselle - Daughter of Zara
- Andreas de Moselle - Son of Zara, King of Asgarnia
- Katalynne de Moselle - Son of Zara
- Jonathan de Moselle - Son of Zara
- Cain de Moselle - Son of Zara
- Cassandra de Moselle - Daughter of Zara
- Aoife Le'Gaunt - Daughter of Elijah and Iliara Le'Gaunt.
- Andres Le'Gaunt - Son of Elijah Le'Gaunt and Guinevere Dayne. Twin to Oliver.
- Oliver Le'Gaunt - Son of Elijah Le'Gaunt and Guinevere Dayne. Twin to Andres.
Secondary Kandar BranchEdit
- Christophe Le'Gaunt III - Son of Michelle II †
- Kelsi Diana Renderra - Wife of Christophe †
- Larona Le'Gaunt - Daughter of Christophe
- Jacques Le'Gaunt - Husband of Larona †
- Isabella Le'Gaunt - Daughter of Christophe †
- Verilyx - Husband of Isabella
- Ricard Le'Gaunt I - Son of Christophe †
- Sylvia Carnillean - Wife of Ricard I †
- Amelia Le'Gaunt- Daughter of Isabella
- Georgio Barenzo - Husband of Amelia †
- Ricard Le'Gaunt II - Son of Ricard I †
- Marie Le'Gaunt - Wife of Ricard II †
- Elspeth Le'Gaunt - Daughter of Ricard I †
- Unknown Partner †
- Lyreah Le'Gaunt- Daughter of Ricard I
- Adrienne Le'Gaunt - Daughter of Amelia †
- Caius Aren - Ex-Lover of Adrienne
- Rosalie Le'Gaunt - Daughter of Ricard II
- Mordecai Le'Gaunt - Son of Lyreah
- Zachary - Son of Lyreah
- Arkerion Le'Gaunt - Twin Son of Adrienne
- Braska Le'Gaunt - Twin Son of Adrienne
- Marcel Le'Gaunt - Son of Francois †
- Rachel Valencia - Wife of Marcel †
- Kaeldren Le'Gaunt - Son of Marcel †
Valentine Le'Gaunt - Son of Marcel†
- Vanessa Le'Gaunt - Daughter of Marcel
- William Rodrikk †
- Elizabeth Le'Gaunt - Daughter of Marcel †
- Raymond Dayne - Husband of Elizabeth †
- Jericho Le'Gaunt - Son of Kaeldren †
- Isabel Le'Gaunt - Daughter of Vanessa
- Katalina Dae - Daughter of Elizabeth
- Ausar Dae - Husband of Katalina
- Jaxon Dayne - Son of Elizabeth
- Victoria Grey - Daughter of Elizabeth †
- Varis Grey - Husband of Victoria †
- Iliara Dae - Daughter of Katalina, Queen of Ardougne
- Siris Dae - Son of Katalina †
- Garrus Dae - Son of Katalina, Crown Prince of Ardougne
- Cassius Dae - Son of Katalina
- Valencia Dae - Daughter of Katalina
- Reynard Grey - Son of Victoria †
- Unknown Partner †
- Varian de Moselle - Son of Victoria †
- Zara de Moselle - Wife of Varian
- Isla Grey - Daughter of Victoria
- Alexandre Le'Gaunt - Son of Jericho †
- Sennis Grey - Son of Reynard, King of Camelot
- Ottican Grey - Son of Reynard, Crown Prince of Camelot
- Alessa Le'Gaunt - Daughter of Alexandre †
- Undras the Pretender †
- Senna Grey
- Alise Grey
- Daros Le'Gaunt - Son of Alessa and Undras
- Raphael Le'Gaunt - Son of Michelle II †
- Kalum Le'Gaunt - Son of Raphael †
- Francine Deveaux - Wife of Kalum
- Selina Le'Gaunt - Daughter of Raphael †
- Peter Dermott - Husbnd of Selina
- Theodore Le'Gaunt - Son of Kalum
- Dominique Sambwego - Wife of Theodore
- Alfred Le'Gaunt - Son of Kalum †
- Amanda Le'Gaunt - Daughter of Selina †
- Anne Le'Gaunt - Daughter of Selina
- Benjamin Le'Gaunt - Son of Selina †
- Orion Sambwego - Son of Theodore
Bold denotes the character is/was a head of the family.
† denotes the character is deceased
Strikethrough denotes the character is disowne
- Aiofe Le'Gaunt, Lady of House Le'Gaunt and Duchess of Moselle
- Andres Le'Gaunt, Heir and Count of Hangleton
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- The origin of the name Le'Gaunt comes from the creator, Zaox, looking to make a French sounding name since his character originated from Ardougne. However, he decided as Zaox, the character was skinny, the name was based on that. So Le'Gaunt means "The Skinny."
- Le'Gaunt have been one of the most influencial families in the foundings of Kandarin.
- Kaeldren Le'Gaunt once lied about his age to become a military commander in Ardougne, making the Queen believe he was twenty-one. In fact, he became a nineteen year old Commander of the Magi, though never fulfilled the position.
- While the majority of Le'Gaunt are devout Saradominists, over the years there have been cases of members working with dark arts, demon summoning and necromancy.