Paul John Komnenos
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|Paul John Komnenos|
|Emperor and Autocrat of the Gazopolis|
|Empress||Princess Annamaria Kantakouzene|
|Hungarian||Komnénosz Janós Pál|
Paul John Komnenos (1260-1320) was the first member of Komnenoi dynasty to establish the Aftokratoría of Gazopolis. He is known as "The Greek Butcher" and remains among the most hated people in the history of Parkducentrale.
Paul John Komnenos was born to John Komnenos and his legal wife Empress Irene of Hungary. However, his childhood was rebellious and his proud nature complicated matters. Court nobles had understood that he would never inherit. His mother would soothe and calm him and his father would shout at him. This was their daily routine.
Chief of Raids
Upon reaching maturity and making himself content with the fact that he would never inherit, he decided to take control of annual raids in the boundary provinces. He would become famous for his raids and earned the epithet "The Gold-Bringer".
His father removed him from the raider post to prevent his popularity to overshadow the popularity of his elder brother Emperor Alexios II. In retaliation, he along with his loyal troops and fleet would escape to an isolated Island; where they would plan the Byzantium-Gezir War.
Aftokratoría of Gazopolis (Emperor of Gazopolis)
Main article: Byzantium-Gezir War
Paul John Komnenos's honour was hurt when his father had removed him from Chief of Raids. Since his childhood, he showed personality disorders.
Following the murder of Emir of Wudi, Suhayl al-Waadawi. Wudi Arabs and then Medwien Arabs revolted against the tyrannical domination of the Island. He used Visigothic mercenaries to crush the rebellion and had many prominent people hanged.
Marriage and Family Life
He married Annamaria Kantakouzene and had only one son:
- Emperor Leo I (1290-1350)