The Reinhart Family are one of the Five Families of Izril.

Background Edit

The Reinhart family are one of the Five Families that came from Terandria—fleeing from Terandria, to be exact[1] and together with them are the first humans to ever settle on Izril. Unlike the other four families who have various scions with degrees of power, the whole Reinhart family is ruled by Lady Magnolia Reinhart.[2]

History Edit

The Reinhart family has a reputation of being "snakes": underhanded in their politics, relying on tricks, assassination and poison. Yet they didn't slit each other's throats but are rather loyal to each other and have only few of the faults of other families among the big Five.

Regis Reinhart, who died 3800 years ago,[1] still preserves the family's legacy in his undeath. The accomplished [Necromancer] closely safeguards the treasury, but this comes at the cost of each following generation of Reinharts, which is the reason that he is regarded as the "family curse".[3]

Salienn Reinhart was another Reinhart flirting with immortility: She lived for three centuries from 1100 to 800 years in the past, and reportedly drank the blood of her enemies.[3]

600 years ago, one of the Reinhart family was executed in Pallass after being captured in a battle. Afterwards no Reinhart entered the city until the Wandering Inn opened.[4]

About 200 years ago, the Reinhart and the El Family feuded against Oteslia over a dispute regarding trade from Chandrar. In the battle that happened in the human lands, General Ironscales lost her life.[5]

Magnolia Reinhart, when compared with her ancestors, is regarded as not really bad. While she spilled lots of blood in her youth and also in the First Antinium War, she also reigned in the Assassins Guild later and turned out to be less deadly than some ancestors. She is now considered a very honest member of her family.[3]

Magnolia's Estate Edit

Aside from the main house of the Reinharts that is located in First Landing, Magnolia has her own estate in Invrisil.

A giant raincloud floats around her house, enchanted to rain on the parts that needed water. Besides its function as a lawn sprinkler, it also serves as a guard, capable of firing [Chain Lightning], a Tier 4 spell,[6] at intruder.[7].

Her house is maintained by numerous [Servants] and [Maids], many of whom are former mages and warriors, allowing Magnolia to use them not just for housework but also for battle.[8]

Strength Edit

The Reinharts are feared and respected. They are exceedingly wealthy, as can be seen by Lady Magnolia's lavish lifestyle and magical artifacts, such that they can seriously consider hiring one of the the Four Companies of Baleros and can hire Couriers daily with ease.

The Reinharts have so many connections that if they declared war, half a dozen cities would march their armies at their command,[2] and many people are loyal to them.

Among their connections of city-states and their private armies as well as the personal retainers and forces available to other lords and ladies, they are able to call upon two thousand individuals with combat-classes above Level 20, with over six hundred of that number possess levels above 30. They also have available Six Named Adventurers and eight Gold-rank teams, and at least three hundred and fifty irregular units and one unicorn at their disposal.[9]

Known Family Members Edit

Known Servants Edit

Servants Under Magnolia Edit

Trivia Edit

  • House Byres is a branch family that descended from the Reinharts.
  • Even if their magical artifacts are rough, there is an art to them that makes Ivolethe show a bit of respect.
  • Lady Magnolia once stated that she could destroy a magic-less army of ten thousand soldiers with guns, several tanks, and any number of aircrafts, in less than ten minutes.
  • Magnolia's grandfather, who lives in the family's estate in First Landing, owns an army.[14]
  • Magnolia admitted that the Reinharts steal everything when she gave Zel an armor out of the Reinhart's vault that was once one of the Drakes' national treasures which vanished 2 centuries ago.[15]

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Chapter 4.26 M
  2. 2.0 2.1 Chapter 1.41
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Chapter 7.18 M
  4. Chapter 7.20
  5. Chapter 5.17 S
  6. Chapter 6.58
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 Chapter 6.27 M
  8. Chapter 4.48
  9. Interlude - 3
  10. Chapter 1.03 R
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 Chapter 3.13
  12. 12.0 12.1 Chapter 4.38 B
  13. Chapter 6.68
  14. Chapter 4.06 KM
  15. Chapter 4.44 M
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