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Miyon, Prince of Cunaxa , is a fictional character in Melanie Rawn's fantasy series of the Dragon Prince and Dragon Star Trilogies.

Dragon Prince Character
Prince Miyon of Cunaxa
Race human
Birth 689, Castle Pine, Cunaxa
Titles Prince of Cunaxa
Princedom Cunaxa

BiographyEdit

Dragon Prince TrilogyEdit

Miyon was born in 689. He became the Prince of Cunaxa at twelve years of age as his father had died of Plague. Miyon was raised into his princehood by an uncle with known Merida ties. The young Prince struggled for many years to shake off the chains of his advisors' rule. Miyon did not attend the gathering at Stronghold to affirm Princes, athr'im, and to accept Rohan as High Prince, claiming an illness instead.

As Miyon grew older, he wrested Cunaxa from his uncle's control. He ruled his Princedom as he see fit, with an iron fist unless the Merida were involved. Over the years he had many bastard children - he never married - including Meiglan. Miyon used Meiglan as a trap for Pol, much as Roelstra had used his, albeit legitimate, daughters against Rohan. The difference is, this time the trap was sprung. Meiglan was innocent and ignorant of her father's plotting and Pol fell in love with her. He wanted to protect her and care for her and be her golden hero. He married her.

Dragon Star TrilogyEdit

Miyon's plans didn't turn out as grand as he had hoped; however, he was not very welcome at Dragon's Rest, Pol and Meiglan's home. This angered him, and by the time the Vellant'im attacked he bore no love for his daughter. He kidnapped Meiglan and his granddaughter, Rislyn, and took them to the Vellant'im High Warlord. For his crimes, Miyon was later killed by Andry, Lord of Goddess Keep.

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