In the year of 1066AC, William the Conqueror is about to embark from Dives-sur-Mer to conquer England. In the event that he would not return alive, Guillaume introduced his son Robert to his loyal barons to receive the ducal throne heritage.
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William presents his eldest son Robert as his heir. He did indeed succeed as Duke of Normandy. But Robert later offended William, who made his second surviving son William Rufus his heir. See more