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The Tzar is the absolute ruler of Kislev. He or she controls all the affairs of the nation being the supreme spiritual and religious leader and lawmaker and the overall military commander. Before the founding of Kislev, the Gospodar clans were ruled by mighty Khans, the most prominent of which was Khan-Queen Miska, known as the Slaughterer and founder of the Tzar bloodline.
The Tzar resides in the Bokha Palace in the centre of the city of Kislev, the traditional seat of the Tzars. The famous Gryphon Legion, a cavalry unit, are the Tzar's bodyguards and accompany them personally to war. The current Tzarina is Katarin the Ice Queen who assumed the throne in 2517 IC.
The Kurgans also have mighty leaders called Zars, perhaps in imitation to the Tzar's of Kislev, whom they share a common origin and heritage.
List of Tzars
|Miska||c. 1494 IC||Led the Gospodars west|
|Shoika||1524 - ?||Founded the city of Kislev.|
|Gospodar IV||c.1810||Bodyguard founded the Gryphon Legion.|
|Alexis Romanoff||c. 2302||Tzar during the Great War Against Chaos.|
|Kattarin the Bloody||2315 - 2471||Frozen solid by her son in a block of ice.|
|Pavel||2471 - ?||?|
|Vladimir Bokha||? - 2492||Killed while defeating a Goblin horde.|
|Boris Ursus||2492 - 2517||First High Priest of Ursun in four centuries.|
|Katarin the Ice Queen||2517 - incumbent||Powerful Ice Maiden sorceress.|
- Warhammer Armies: The Empire (4th Edition)
- pg. 74
- Warhammer Armies: Kislev (6th Edition)
- pg. 4
- pg. 8
- pg. 12
- pg. 13
- pg. 14
- pg. 15
- Warhammer Armies: Warriors of Chaos (7th Edition)
- pg. 26
- pg. 29
- pg. 30
- Warhammer Fantasy RPG 1st ED -- The Enemy Within 5 - Something Rotten in Kislev
- Warhammer Fantasy RPG 2nd ED -- Realm of the Ice Queen
- pg. 14
- pg. 15
- pg. 18
- Citadel Journal Issue 15: "Kislev, The Claws of the Great Bear"
- Warhammer Expansion: Empire at War
- pg. 64
- pg. 69
- Warmaster Armies (2006)
- pg. 36
- The Ambassador (Novel), by Graham McNeill
- Ursun's Teeth (Novel), by Graham McNeill
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- Drachenfels (Novel), by Jack Yeovil