House d'Aiglemort is the ruling house of the province of Camlach. Its arms is a silver eagle on black.
General Information Edit
Aiglemort is a Camaeline house descended from Elua's companion Camael and as a result, its members are gifted warriors. They frequently spend time on the border, fighting back the Skaldi. Contrary to the common stereotype of Camaelines, members of House Aiglemort do not only think with their swords. Isidore d'Aiglemort, who was fostered with the Shahrizai, is proof of this. Members of the house are also characterized by silver hair and dark eyes. It is for his silver hair that the Skaldi gave Isidore his nickname of Kilberhaar.
Maslin d'Aiglemort is the Duc d'Aiglemort at the beginning of the series. He and Isidore fight together on the border. After Maslin is fatally wounded, Isidore becomes Duc d'Aiglemort. After the death of Isidore d'Aiglemort at the Battle of Troyes-le-Mont, Queen Ysandre de la Courcel gives the duchy of Aiglemort to the Unforgiven, the Allies of Camlach who supported d'Aiglemort in his treachery. Because of this and because his he was born after his father's death and thus never acknowledged, d'Aiglemort's bastard son with Anne Livet, Maslin de Lombelon, had no claim to Aiglemort.
Maslin d'Aiglemort—Isidore's father, dies of a wound gone septic.
Isidore d'Aiglemort—Duc after his father's death. He gets involved with Melisande Shahrizai's plots and betrays Terre d'Ange to the Skaldi, letting them in though the passes of Camlach. After realizing that Melisande had double-crossed him, Isidore chooses to fight against her and dies a hero's death, killing Waldemar Selig.
Maslin de Lombelon—Isidore's bastard son with a gardener's daughter, Anne Livet. Maslin was born after Isidore's death, so he was never acknowledged by his father. He inherits his father's silver hair and skill with a sword.
|Ruling houses of the provinces of Terre d'Ange|