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  2. Stephen III of Moldavia - Wikipedia

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    Stephen fled to Hungary, and later to Wallachia, but with the support of Vlad III Dracula, Voivode of Wallachia, he returned to Moldavia, forcing Aaron to seek refuge in Poland in the summer of 1457. Teoctist I , Metropolitan of Moldavia , anointed Stephen prince.

  3. Stephen III of Moldavia - WikiVisually

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    Stephen III of Moldavia, known as Stephen the Great, was Voivode of Moldavia from 1457 to 1504. He was the son of and co-ruler with Bogdan II, murdered in 1451 in a conspiracy organized by his brother and Stephen's uncle Peter III Aaron who took the throne.

    • 1433–1440
    • 2 July 1504, Suceava
  4. Commonwealth of Dracul - Our History

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    Stephen III of Moldavia, known as Stephen the Great, was Voivode of Moldavia from 1457 to 1504. He was the son of and co-ruler with Bogdan II, who was murdered in 1451 in a conspiracy organized by his brother and Stephen's uncle Peter III Aaron who took the throne.

  5. John Hunyadi and Stephen III of Moldavia-Essays | History Forum

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    Stephen III of Moldavia(1433-1504 AD)-The Greatest Enemy of Ottomans Stephen III of Moldavia,who is also known as Stephen the Great(or Stefan cel Mare)was a ruler of Moldavia between 1457 and 1504,and the greatest Monarch in the history of that country.He was a member of House of Musat.

  6. Moldavia (Without Islam) | Alternative History | Fandom

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    The Principality of Moldavia (Bulgarian: Княжество Молдавия Knyazhestvo Moldaviya, Hellenic: Ηγεμονία της Μολδαβία Ēgemonía tēs Moldabía) was a Bulgarian principality, initially was an independent but later became a puppet state of the Roman Empire administered by the Phanariotes as Wallachia. After the Russian occupation (1834) it became a puppet state ...

  7. History of Moldova - Wikipedia

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    Stephen III was succeeded by increasingly weaker princes, and in 1538 Moldavia became a vassal of the Ottoman Empire, to which it owed a percentage of the internal revenue, that in time rose to 10%. Moldavia was forbidden to have foreign relations to the detriment of the Ottoman Empire (although at times the country managed to circumvent this ...

  8. Moldavia (Merveilles du Monde Map Game) | Alternative History ...

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    The Principality of Moldavia is a southeastern European nation located along the northern coast of the Black Sea. Moldavia is bordered by Polish Galicia and the Republic of All Rus' to the north, by the Khanates to the east, by the Byzantine Taurica to the south, and Hungary to the southwest. Currently ruled by Petru V Mușat, Moldavia is experiencing some internal dissent despite a long ...

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    1431 - 1476
    Height - 5' 9"
    Weight - 170 lbs,
    Armor - Plated Mail Plated, Shield

    Romania is a landlocked nation between the Danube and Prut rivers. During the reign of Wallachia; it was neighbored by Hungary, Moldova and the growing Ottoman Empire.

    The Kilij is a curved single edged Turkic sword, because of the curved blade it makes it a good chopping and hacking weapon. The Halberd is a poleaxe. This weapon consists of an axe blade topped with a spike mounted on a long shaft. It has a hook or a thorn on the back side of the axe. It can hack/chop, thrust/stab, and hook the enemy. The Hand Cannon is a portable mini cannon. This firearm can fire either pebbles or shaped iron or stone balls, & has a sharp steel spike for use at close range.

    The battle starts out with Vlad sneaking up to Sun Tzu's campsite, where Sun Tzu has sat himself down to a cup of tea. Close by, Vlad sets his shield into the ground and readies his hand cannon, firing a shot which destroys the general's teapot. Vlad laughs as he has taken the general off guard, but Sun Tzu raises his repeating crossbow and gets off a few shots and runs away. Vlad ducks behind his shield but is struck in the shoulder. Relatively unharmed, Vlad pulls out the bolt and readies his hand cannon again, but Sun Tzu is nowhere to be seen. Collecting his effects (a steel helmet, his shield, and his halberd), Vlad runs off searching for Sun Tzu. But the general is not far away as he gets the drop on Vlad by shooting him from a tree with a flaming arrow. The Son of the Dragon is thrown to the ground by the force of the shot, but still remains relatively unharmed as he scrambles to his feet while putting out the small fire. Sun Tzu jumps down from the tree, but is promptly stab...

    The reason why Vlad won was because most of his weapons, especially the kilij, were superior to Sun Tzu's arsenal, (with the exception of Sun Tzu's repeating crossbow against Vlad's steel crossbow) as well as the fact Vlad was a more seasoned and experienced fighter and Sun Tzu was more of a strategist and scholar.

    The English Queen Elizabeth II claims to be the decedent of Vlad IV (brother of Vlad the Impaler). This is due to her grandmother Mary of Teck.
    Vlad was a great tactician, always taking advantage of the surroundings to full extent, because he was always outnumbered by his enemies (especially the Ottomans, about 7 to 1 on average). He was a...
    In Deadliest Warrior: Legends, Vlad's introduction is that he drinks from a golden goblet before he drops it (and sometimes it lands right side up) and laughs. According to legend, Vlad allowed gol...
    Allegedly, the reputation of Vlad's cruelty was actively promoted by Matthias Corvinus, who tarnished Vlad’s reputation and credibility for a political reason: as an explanation for why he had not...
  10. Romania - Wikipedia

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    Princes Mircea I and Vlad III of Wallachia, and Stephen III of Moldavia defended their countries' independence against the Ottomans. Most Wallachian and Moldavian princes paid a regular tribute to the Ottoman sultans from 1417 and 1456, respectively.

  11. Vladislaus II of Hungary - Wikipedia

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    Vladislaus made an alliance with John Albert and Stephen III of Moldavia against the Ottomans in Kraków on 20 July 1498. He was also reconciled with John Corvinus and made him ban of Croatia, tasking him with the defense of Croatia.

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