Denis d’Bordeaux

Denis d’Bordeaux became infamous as the Inquisitor of Dogma for Cascadia from 1579 to 1581. He was Eleanor the Fifteenth’s second son, Eleanor the Sixteenth’s younger brother, and Eleanor the Seventeenth’s uncle.

In 1580, d’Bordeaux led what became known as the Beltane Massacre, killing more than 200 religious practitioners of different faiths in Whulge.

He was murdered by poisoning in 1581 by a servant.

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