Welcome to the Royal Court of Unixploria!
On these pages, you can follow the royal family, as well as getting insights into what the royal family does.
The members of the royal family play an important role, both as role models and legislators to the nation.
The members of the royal court have a vital task in representing our great nation. They embody Unixploria wherever they are, and in a way also personify all of our nation's strengths and virtues.
The King is the state. He must approve every new legislation, and every new bill is always a joint work between the king and the government cabinets. A majority of cabinet ministers can suggest a new monarch to be crowned to prevent misuse of the stately founds. The latter has not yet happened in the history of our great nation.
The royal court and the cultural history for which it stands is as important, if not more important, than the physical appearance made by the royal family. The royal house is a part of a long cultural tapestry. You might add a thread here and there, but the history of the cultural fabric never changes, it only gets richer.
The Enlightenment was a cultural movement in Europe during the 1700s, with roots in the late 1600s. The change was a strong force in the early 1700s, with an end around 1800.
Leif Jan Christer Oxenmyr, King of Unixploria, Protector of Unixplorian Culture and Nature, Defender of the Unixplorian Christian Faith, Commander of the Order of St. Philip the Apostle, and Supreme Knight of the Star Cross Order.
The royal family's surname is rather easy to translate to English. It consists of the two words OXEN (plural of ox) and MYR (mire, a stretch of a muddy or swampy ground). The royal surname should be pronounced either in its Scandinavian form or in its English equivalent, i.e. 'Oxenmire.'
The family name is symbolic in the way that we always persevere through difficult times. We keep on crossing the roads less taken, coming out across the mire in glory.