Delphine Adorania Muudashir

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Delphine Adorania Muudashir. 15th Duchess of Mora by the second creation, sector duchess of the Spinward Marches, Matriarch of Mora, K.S.C., K.D..

Description (Specifications)[edit]

As the ruler of the most prosperous duchy as well as one of the most prosperous worlds in the Marches, and chief of the sector administration, Delphine wields a great deal of power. Her influence permeates subsector politics and is felt throughout the sector.

Second cousin, once removed of Duke Luis Adorania Jesten of Lunion[1]

Patron of Admiral, Lord Santanocheev, Count of Fornice[2]

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

Born 021-979 on Mora/Mora, eldest issue of Duchess Lutetia Ammon Muudashir of Mora and Lord Eneri Truell Adorania.

  • Educated at home by tutors, and then attended the Lynwa Academy. Served, after graduating, with the Mora office of the Ministry of Justice in a number of capacities.
  • Ascended to the matriarchy and Duchy of Mora when her mother abdicated in her favor on 021-1014. Inducted into the Order of Starship and Crown in 1018.
  • Awarded a Knighthood in the Order of Deneb by Archduke Norris[3].

She earned a reputation for setting dynamic and progressive trade and industry policies which cemented Mora's position as the industrial hub of the Spinward Marches.

Died 121-1121, aged 142.

  • Buried at Sa Kararr Memorial Cemetry off the Northern Coast near the Giyachii archology on Mora.[4]

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

This list of sources was used by the Traveller Wiki Editorial Team and individual contributors to compose this article. Copyrighted material is used under license from Far Future Enterprises or by permission of the author. The page history lists all of the contributions.
  1. Loren Wiseman. Nobles (Steve Jackson Games, 2005), 18.
  2. Loren Wiseman. Nobles (Steve Jackson Games, 2005), 18.
  3. Loren Wiseman. Nobles (Steve Jackson Games, 2005), 18.
  4. Rob Caswell. "Delphine the Matriarch is Dead." MegaTraveller Journal 2 (1991): 3.