His Imperial and Royal Majesty
Calum I
Calum Nobilissimus Caesar
Caesar of Austenasia, King of the Grove

Caesar of Orly
Reign 4 - 19 July 2010
Predecessor Throne established
Successor Orly dissolved
King of the Grove
Reign 19 July 2010 - present
Predecessor Himself (as Caesar of Orly)
Heir TBA
Born 29 November 1994 (age 18)
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Occupation Student
Religion Pastafarian

HI&RM King Calum I of the Grove is the current King of the Grove and former Caesar of Orly. Calum attends the same school as the Emperor and Crown Prince Jonathan, and was made a Knight of the Order of the Crown Prince in 2009.

Orly and the GroveEdit

In 2010, the Emperor granted Calum the title of Caesar, and a few days later gave him authority to rule over the newly-founded nation of Orly. After a reign of less than three weeks, the Caesar divided Orly into the Kingdom of the Grove and the Kingdom of Copan.

He remained King of the Grove, whereas he gave the throne of Copan to the King of Moylurg, although he remained Acting Viceroy of that nation until the position was given to Crown Prince Jonathan.

Titles and StylesEdit

  • Reference style: His Imperial and Royal Majesty; His Royal Majesty (in Austenasia)
  • Spoken style: Your Imperial and Royal Majesty; Your Royal Majesty (in Austenasia)
  • Alternate style: Sire/My Liege

  • 29 November 1994 - 20 July 2009: Calum Jarvis
  • 20 July 2009 - 29 June 2010: Sir Calum Jarvis, KCP
  • 29 June 2010 - 1 July 2010: Sir Calum Jarvis, KPP
  • 1 July 2010 - 4 July 2010: HIH Sir Calum Jarvis, KPP
  • 4 July 2010 - 19 July 2010: HIH Caesar Calum
  • 19 July 2010 - Present: HI&RM King Calum I
    • 19 July 2010 - Present: In Austenasia: HRM King Calum I
Calum I of the Grove
House of Jarvis
Born: 29 November 1994
Royal titles
Preceded by:
Monarchy established
Valentinian III as last reigning Caesar in the West
Caesar of Orly
4 July 2010 – 19 July 2010
Succeeded by:
as King of the Grove
Declan I
as King of Copan
Preceded by:
as Caesar of Orly
King of the Grove
19 July 2010 – present
Succeeded by:
Political offices
Preceded by:
Position established
Acting Viceroy of Copan
19 July 2010 - 23 July 2010
Succeeded by:
HI&MH Crown Prince Consort Jonathan
as Viceroy