Henry IX of England (イングランドのヘンリーIX Ingurando no henrī IX) was the son of Elizabeth I of England and an unknown nobleman father (In real life, Elizabeth died childless and the Tudor dynasty ended). Henry's rule was the golden age for the Tudor dynasty and he gained great wealth and fortune from the New World. If he didn't become king, James Stuart of Scotland would have ascended to the throne.

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