The Complete List of the Empresses of Australia
Eleanor the First (1151 – 1204)
Eleanor the First is also known as the Founder of the Empire and as Eleanor of Aquitaine. She died at age 82 after reigning for 54 years.
Eleanor the Second (1204 – 1215)
Eleanor the Second, also known as Eleanor of Australia. She died at age 60 after ruling for 11 years.
Creator of the system of Décrets, this is one of her most lasting legacies. She also wrote some of the most foundational and vital décrets for the Empire.
Décret 1 – Décret 74
Eleanor the Third (1215 – 1222)
Eleanor the Third, also known as The Red Queen. She died at age 42 after reigning for just seven years. Among her most notable acts was the outlawing of the “uncanny”, which made the practice of magic of any kind illegal.
Décret 75 – Décret 128
Eleanor the Fourth (1222 – 1261)
Décret 129 – Décret 371
Eleanor the Fifth (1261 – 1305)
Eleanor the Fifth, also known as Eleanor the White. She was 74 at her death after reigning for 44 years.
Décret 372 – Décret 573
Eleanor the Sixth (1305 – 1361)
Eleanor the Sixth, known as Eleanor the Pious, she was 97 at her death after ruling for 56 years.
Décret 574 – Décret 893
Eleanor the Seventh (1361 – 1378)
Eleanor the Seventh, known as Eleanor the Wise. She was aged 97 upon her death after ruling for 17 years.
Décret 894 – Décret 912
Eleanor the Eighth (1378 – 1381)
Eleanor the Eighth, also known as The Black Queen. She was 61 at her death after ruling for just 3 years.
Known as one of the cruellest Empresses in the entire history of the Empire, she is rumoured (though never substantiated) to have had a relationship with the Empire Rabbit. This slander is doubtless because she went everywhere with her treasured rabbit, Fifel.
More than three-quarters of Eleanor the Eighth’s décrets are death sentences.
A popular rebellion was fomenting near the time of her death, one that was swiftly ended by the ascension of Eleanor the Ninth in 1381.
Décret 913 – Décret 978
Eleanor the Ninth (1381 – 1415)
Eleanor the Ninth, known as The Grey Queen. She was 83 when she died after ruling for 34 years.
Décret 979 – Décret 1309
Eleanor the Tenth (1415 – 1435)
Eleanor the Tenth, known as Eleanor the Old. She was 85 when she died after ruling for 20 years.
Décret 1310 – Décret 1429
Eleanor the Eleventh (1435 – 1443)
Eleanor the Eleventh, also known as Eleanor of the South. She was 66 when she died after ruling for 8 years.
Décret 1430 – Décret 1473
Eleanor the Twelfth (1443 – 1461)
Eleanor the Twelfth, also known as The Sea Queen. She was 61 at her death after ruling for 18 years.
Décret 1474 – Décret 1499
Eleanor the Thirteenth (1461 – 1482)
Eleanor the Thirteenth, also known as Eleanor the Just. She was 60 at her death after ruling for 21 years.
Décret 1500 – Décret 1533
Eleanor the Fourteenth (1482 – 1485)
Eleanor the Fourteenth, also known as The Sick Queen. She was just 33 years old at her death after ruling for just 3 years.
Décret 1533 – Décret 1547
Renaissance Empresses of Australia
Eleanor the Fifteenth (1485 – 1565)
Eleanor the Fifteenth, known as the Red Lion of the Seas and the Child Queen. She was three years old when her reign began. She died aged 83 after ruling for 80 years in what is widely considered to be the golden age of the Empire of Australia. She is often cited as the greatest of the Empresses of Australia.
Décret 1548 – Décret 1653
Eleanor the Sixteenth (1565 – 1577)
Eleanor the Sixteenth, also known as Eleanor the Unready. She was 72 at her death after reigning for 12 years.
Décret 1654 – Décret 1659
Eleanor the Seventeenth (1577 – 1590)
Eleanor the Seventeenth, also known as the Mad Queen. She was 55 at her death after ruling for 13 years. Often cited as one of the worst Empresses of Australia.
Décret 1660 – Décret 1671
Eleanor the Eighteenth (1590 – 1625)
Eleanor the Eighteenth, also known as Eleanor the Wise and Just. She was 59 years old at her death after ruling for 35 years. She is responsible for the creation of the Order of Artistic Merit, an award originally given to artists that she deemed of exceptional calibre. Amongst the first awardees of her newly created honour was the famous English playwright William Shakespeare.
Décret 1672 – Décret 1710
Eleanor the Nineteenth (1625 – 1626)
Eleanor the Nineteenth, also known as Eleanor the Lover. She was 27 years old at her death after ruling barely more than a year. Amongst her most famous achievements were Décret 1713 and Décret 1725.
Décret 1711 – Décret 1726
Eleanor the Twentieth (1626 – 1645)
Eleanor the Twentieth, known as Eleanor the Impious. She was 24 years old at her death after ruling for 19 years.
Décret 1727 – Décret 1757
Eleanor the Twenty-First (1645 – 1731)
Eleanor the Twenty-First, also known as The Baby Queen and the Bane of Cascadia. She was a newborn at her coronation. She was 86 at her death, after ruling for 86 years.
Décret 1758 – Décret 2031
Eleanor the Twenty-Second (1731 – 1772)
Eleanor the Twenty-Second, also known as The White Lady. She was 97 at her death after reigning for 41 years.
Décret 2032 – Décret 2377
Eleanor the Twenty-Third (1772 – 1789)
Eleanor the Twenty-Third, also known as The Blue Lady and, to her detractors, the Many-Husbanded. She was 81 at her death after reigning for 17 years.
Décret 2378 – Décret 2523
Empresses of Australia during the Age of Reason
Eleanor the Twenty-Fourth (1789 – 1803)
Eleanor the Twenty-Fourth, also known as The Green Lady. She was 74 at her death after ruling for 14 years.
Décret 2524 – Décret 2637
Eleanor the Twenty-Fifth (1803 – 1815)
Eleanor the Twenty-Fifth, is known as the Empress of the Black and Red. She was 54 at her death after ruling for 12 years.
She is most famous for turning back Napoleon’s army from the edge of Zurich, Switzerland.
Décret 2638 – Décret 2712
Eleanor the Twenty-Sixth (1815 – 1866)
Eleanor the Twenty-Sixth, also known as the Pirate Queen, spent more time at sea than on land. She was 77 upon her death after reigning for 51 years.
Décret 2713 – Décret 2774
Eleanor the Twenty-Seventh (1866 – 1903)
Eleanor the Twenty-Seventh, also known as The Ancient One, is considered the first Empress of the modern age. She was 91 upon her death after ruling for 37 years.
Décret 2775 – Décret 2841
Eleanor the Twenty-Eighth (1903 – 1918)
Eleanor the Twenty-Eighth. She was 76 upon her death after reigning for 15 years.
Décret 2842 – Décret 2898
Eleanor the Twenty-Ninth (1918 – 1919)
Eleanor the Twenty-Ninth, also known as The Alchemist. She was just 44 upon her death after ruling less than a year.
Décret 2899 – Décret 2913
Modern Empresses of Australia
Eleanor the Thirtieth (1919 – 1947)
Eleanor the Thirtieth, known as The Architect. She was just 44 years old upon her death (the same age as her mother upon her mother’s tragic death) after reigning for 28 years. She was also the most prolific of the Empresses in terms of legal contributions, creating more than 600 Décrets in her lifetime. She is considered one of the most extraordinary Empresses of Australia.
Décret 2914 – Décret 3593
Eleanor the Thirty-First (1947 – 2000)
Eleanor the Thirty-First, is known as The Great Deceiver. She was 75 upon her death after reigning for 53 years.
Décret 3594 – Décret 3612
Eleanor the Thirty-Second (2000 – 2014)
Eleanor the Thirty-Second, known as The Red Terror, was 58 upon her death after reigning for 14 years.
Décret 3613 – Décret 3626
Eleanor the Thirty-Third (2014 – )
Eleanor the Thirty-Third, the current reigning Empress of Australia. She is also known as the Empress of the 7 Stars because of the unique alignment of planets that she was born under. She was born in 1989 and was 25 years old at the start of her reign.
The public journal of the current Empress of Australia may be read here.