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The majority of the County of Galatea is a frigid wasteland. A severe famine afflicted the region in the early 1170s.
House Galatea is a branch of House Daphnel and descends from the hero Daphnel, one of the Ten Elites who fought in the War of Heroes. After House Daphnel became divided over an inheritance feud, half of the family defected from the Leicester Alliance to the Holy Kingdom of Faerghus and established House Galatea, which was granted the title of count. While members of House Daphnel have not borne a Crest in several generations, House Galatea has been more fortunate. However, the family has recently fallen on hard times due to how poor their territories are in regards to agricultural resources. To help the family gain these needed resources, gain greater influence, and survive into the future, the current Count Galatea seeks to marry off the sole Crest bearer of the family, his daughter Ingrid.
Known people from Galatea[edit | edit source]
- Ingrid Brandl Galatea - Daughter of the current Count Galatea
Etymology[edit | edit source]
Galatea originates from Galatea of Greek Mythology, an ivory statue that was so beautiful, her creator Pygmalion fell in love. In response, the goddess Aphrodite brought the statue to life so the two could be wed.