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By the time of the rule of Pwyll III, the peoples of Aluvia had united as one, prospering under the High King's kind and just reign. Pwyll III banded together the kingdom's knights, forming an order of honor and chivalry, and so began a golden age.
He formulated The Code of Pwyll, which was the base of other philosophical works. By this code, the notion of nobility was introduced to the ruling class. In his time and since, the Code of Pwyll has dictated the conduct of both lords and knights: the common folk of Aluvia have come to expect no less. 
When he was slain by a treacherous ambassador from Viamont on the eve of war between the two nations, Aluvia's knights and commoners alike fell upon their enemies and destroyed them. With Pwyll's death, Aluvia's glory began to wane, but it is said that, when the kingdom is at its greatest need, he and his knights will walk the land once more.
- The settlement King Pwyll Square is probably named after him.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1999/11 Release - Zogblaster Archive/Heritage Groups/Aluvian
- ↑ 1999/11 Release - The Reign of Alfrega
- ↑ 1999/11 Release - The Code of Pwyll
- ↑ 1999/11 Release - The Full Code of Pwyll
- ↑ 2001/02 Lonely In The World - Denouement
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 2000/11 Should the Stars Fall - The History of Kryst
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 2000/11 Should the Stars Fall - The History of Vesayen Isles
- ↑ 2000/11 Should the Stars Fall - MacNiall the Unruled#Lore & Dialog
- ↑ 2006/11 Remembering the Past - The Helm of the Golden Flame (description)
- ↑ 1999/11 Release - Zogblaster Archive/Heritage Groups/Aluvian/Aluvian Factions
- ↑ AC:DM CD Lore/Ispar Texts/Sho Heritage/The Glorious Reign of Empress Kou-an
- ↑ 1999/11 Release - Daiklos Legend
- ↑ 2010/06 Shifting Gears - Kryst (Town Network Sign)