James I Arevin
King of New Britannia
Reign 56 1ENB - 57 1ENB
Ruler of Region New Britannia
Predecessor William I
Successor James I
Spouse None
Siblings William I
Sandra de Arevin
Charles I
Issue None
Titles His Grace, James Arevin, King of New Britannia and its Lords, Grand Duke of Arevad
Royal House House of Arevin
Father Henry I
Mother Arabeth
Date of Birth 32 1ENB
Date of Death 57 1ENB (aged 25)
Place of Birth Arevad, New Britannia
Place of Death Arevad, New Britannia
Religion Pantheon of the Refined

James I of New Britannia was the fifth Monarch of New Britannia. James would ultimately play no real role in the political sphere for most of his life, being known largely as a party boy and an apathetic individual. He would flee to Kingstone during the Second Invasion of New Britannia and would ultimately remain there for most of his relatively short life. Known for overindulging, the young James would grow to a weight well over 500 pounds and would ultimately become ill quiet frequently. In 55 1ENB, James would be pushed forward as the figurehead for the rebellion against his brother, succeeding to the throne in 56 1ENB. His poor health, however, would leave him dead in under a year, dying in the early months of 57 1ENB. He would ultimately be outlived by his deposed brother, though he would be murdered to prevent any possibility of his return to power. James was thus the final monarch of the direct Arevins, though all future monarchs would be related to him through his sister, Sandra de Arevin. James' death would spark a short civil war that ultimately resulted in the ascension of Robert I, his brother in law, and the House of Delmade.

James I of New Britannia
James de Arevin
House of Arevin
Regnal titles
Preceded by:
Charles I
King of New Britannia
Succeeded by:
Robert I
New Britannian Peerage
Preceded by:
Charles I
Grand Duke of Arevad

Succeeded by:
Robert I