King Vauan of Ghananda
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Vauan of Ghananda (b. c. 10855 Ceaurr - d. 3 Oll, 11139 Errau) was the last Ghanandese king before the signing of the Treaty of Uyre in 11116, an act which brought Ghananda into Aesedra as a province.
Rather than become the new province's first duke, he abdicated and let his eldest son take the role. His line ruled Ghananda uninterrupted up until the time Duke Drono Rolle became duke over eight hundred years later. His name is often used as a rallying cry by Ghanandese rebels who seek to restore his line to the long-absent throne of Ghananda.