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Lord Fleck Blackstar, often remembered as "Captain Blackstar", was a miner-turned-soldier who served King Whitson Mariner and became the first Lord of Kingston Citadel. He was the originator of Blackstar's oath.


The Black Star of Kingston

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The Wreck and Rise of Whitson Mariner

Massie Burnson recalls the events of the Battle of Ayman Lake and how Fleck Blackstar had risked his life to save King Whitson Mariner. It is revealed that Fleck had been promoted to a lord shortly before the king left Kingston. Whitson had charged Fleck with keeping the coal mine running and building a war burrow for future raptor attacks. Massie and Prince Lander both lamented that Fleck was not with them following Lord Grimble's betrayal.

The Green Ember

Fleck's heroism would be remembered many years beyond his time, with Whittle Longtreader and others sharing stories of his deeds with their children. At Cloud Mountain, a statue depicting Fleck alongside King Whitson was the namesake for King Whitson's Garden.

Physical appearance

Fleck was a grey rabbit with blue eyes and a pale muzzle. He wore the uniform of Black Star Company, as well as a white tunic, a belt, brown trousers, and a long, black cape.

Personality and traits

Fleck is described as being loyal and kind. He served his king, queen, and prince faithfully, even going so far as to be willing to lay down his life in protection of the royal family.

Family tree

- The Blackstar Family -
Jon Blackstar
Unnamed wife
Whitson Mariner
Fleck Blackstar
Unknown wife
Lucianne Blackstar
Lord Blackstar II
Unnamed descendants
Lady Blackstar
Victor Blackstar
Coleden Blackstar
Heyna Blackstar


  • The surname "Blackstar" is of English origin and is derived from the Old English word "blaecan," which means "to bleach."[1]



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