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The '''Jutones''' were a barbarian tribe of humans that lived in what is now the [[Wasteland]] before the founding of the [[Empire]].
 
The '''Jutones''' were a barbarian tribe of humans that lived in what is now the [[Wasteland]] before the founding of the [[Empire]].
  
About 20 years before the founding of the Empire, the Jutones lived in the forest of shadows. However, they were at war with the mighty [[Tuetogens]]. Marius, their chieftain, decided to move the tribe west.{{Fn|1}} (Those Jutones who did not leave became the Was Jutones of [[Nordland]] and [[Ostland]].){{Fn|2}} Marius led the Jutones in a series of wars against the resident [[Fimir]], who were finally defeated in -10 IC.{{Fn|1}}
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== History ==
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About twenty years before the founding of the Empire, the Jutones lived in the forest of shadows. However, they were at war with the mighty [[Tuetogens]]. [[Marius]], their chieftain, decided to move the tribe west.{{Fn|1}} Those Jutones who did not leave became the '''Was Jutones''' of [[Nordland]] and [[Ostland]].{{Fn|2}} Marius led the Jutones in a series of wars against the resident [[Fimir]], who were finally defeated in '''-10 IC'''.{{Fn|1}}
  
The Jutones determined not to become part of Sigmar's Empire, instead becoming he independent kingdom of Jutonsryk. However, they were conquered in 501 by [[Sigismund II]] and their land was absorbed into the existing province of Westerland.{{Fn|1}}{{Fn|2}}
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The Jutones were determined not to become part of [[Sigmar]]'s Empire, instead becoming the independent kingdom of '''Jutonsryk'''. However, they were conquered in '''501 IC''' by [[Sigismund II]] and their land was absorbed into the existing province of [[Westerland]].{{Fn|1}}{{Fn|2}}
  
===Known Chieftains===
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==Known Chieftains==
* Euricius Mariuszoon, who ruled in -30  
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*'''Euricius Mariuszoon''', who ruled in '''-30 IC'''
* Marius, who led his people out of the Forest of Shadows had a reign begging before -20 and ending after -10
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*'''Marius''', who led his people out of the Forest of Shadows; had a reign beginning before '''-20 IC''' and ending after '''-10 IC'''
* Gijsbert Mannelykheid of the Dozen Sons, who ruled in the 3rd century
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*'''Gijsbert Mannelykheid of the Dozen Sons''', who ruled in the 3rd century
* Grootneus, son of Gijsbert{{Endn|1}}
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*'''Grootneus''', son of Gijsbert
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*'''Bram''', the last King of Jutonsryk; he became [[Baron of Westerland]] in 501.{{Fn|1}}
  
==Notes and Sources==
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== Sources ==
*{{Endn|1}} Marienburg: Sold Down the River p.17, 21
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*{{Endn|1}}: [[Marienburg: Sold Down the River]], pgs. 17, 18, 21
*{{Endn|2}} Sigmar's Heirs p.64
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*{{Endn|2}}: [[Sigmar's Heirs]], pg. 64
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[[Category: The Empire]]
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[[Category: The Wasteland]]

Latest revision as of 22:46, 30 December 2015

The Jutones were a barbarian tribe of humans that lived in what is now the Wasteland before the founding of the Empire.

History

About twenty years before the founding of the Empire, the Jutones lived in the forest of shadows. However, they were at war with the mighty Tuetogens. Marius, their chieftain, decided to move the tribe west.[1] Those Jutones who did not leave became the Was Jutones of Nordland and Ostland.[2] Marius led the Jutones in a series of wars against the resident Fimir, who were finally defeated in -10 IC.[1]

The Jutones were determined not to become part of Sigmar's Empire, instead becoming the independent kingdom of Jutonsryk. However, they were conquered in 501 IC by Sigismund II and their land was absorbed into the existing province of Westerland.[1][2]

Known Chieftains

  • Euricius Mariuszoon, who ruled in -30 IC
  • Marius, who led his people out of the Forest of Shadows; had a reign beginning before -20 IC and ending after -10 IC
  • Gijsbert Mannelykheid of the Dozen Sons, who ruled in the 3rd century
  • Grootneus, son of Gijsbert
  • Bram, the last King of Jutonsryk; he became Baron of Westerland in 501.[1]

Sources