Is the sun prettier than the moon? Nay, beauty comes in many forms, your most radiant Highness.
— Tevan on his stand on beauty[1]

Tevan Drammir, a character in The Crown & The Flame series, is the son and heir of King Amanth Drammir of Fydoria. After King Amanth is killed, he becomes King of Fydoria and is also one of Kenna's love interests if you saved him in Book 1. He is first seen in Book 1, Chapter 1.


Tevan has brown eyes, black hair slicked upwards, and a cleft chin. He wears a violet robe and cape with gold accents, and sports a golden amulet held by a gold chain around his neck.


Tevan is good natured, charming, and poetic, and seems to be a bit of a flirt. He is very grateful, constantly bringing up Kenna's act of rescuing him; as well as humble, labeling himself as her servant even when he became King of Fydoria. He is the first character to pledge soldiers to Kenna's cause, pledging 200 of Fydoria's finest soldiers.

As with Fydorians, he values grace and physical beauty above all else. In most of his dialogue, he would poetically mention beauty over war discussion; his first message to Kenna during her exile had little relevant update about the war, but included a sketch of an alternate hairstyle for her. He is quite vain, as he comments on his looks and his clothes without reserve.

Even during battle, Tevan likes to take things casually, as he suggested a relaxed conversation with Kenna on personal topics. However, despite his finesse, upon becoming King he became more brutal in battle, as Kenna was surprised to see him grab a Nevrakis soldier's head and twist his neck without hesitation.

Although materialistic, Tevan is nonetheless faithful in his training; during Raydan's visit to Fydoria he notices Tevan's calloused hands, effects from practicing with the sword.


The Crown & The Flame

Book 1

  • Chapter 1: The Broken Alliance
  • Chapter 2: The Ruins of Rajkur (Determinant)
  • Chapter 8: The Gilded Cage (Determinate)
  • Chapter 10: The Battle for Aurelia (Determinant)
  • Chapter 15: The Return to Stormholt (Determinant)
  • Chapter 16: The Cannon (Determinant)

Book 2

  • Chapter 1: The Battle of Thorngate (Determinant)
  • Chapter 13: The Wolf's Mouth (Determinant)
  • Chapter 15: The Dragon (Determinant)

Book 3

  • Chapter 5: The Uneasy Alliance (Mentioned; Physical Appearance Determinant)
  • Chapter 6: The Secrets of Fydoria (Mentioned; Physical Appearance Determinant)
  • Chapter 7: The Betrayal (Determinant)
  • Chapter 9: The Last Chance (Determinant)
  • Chapter 13: The Sound of Thunder (Determinant)
  • Chapter 15: The Lightning Strikes (Determinant)


Kenna Rys

Tevan is quite respectful towards Kenna, and even behaves most obsequiously towards her after she saves him. He is brutally honest with his affections and even excessive in his admiration of her; in almost every conversation he had with Kenna, he would constantly bring up her positive traits, beauty always included. At the final chapters of Book 3, the player can choose to wed them, therefore making him King of Stormholt and Fydoria.

Aurynn Amanth

Tevan is Aurynn's twin brother. He highly values her, giving her the position of his most trusted advisor. When Azura threatened Tevan to bow down to her lest she let Jorrin harm Aurynn, Tevan immediately complied to save his sister.

Zenobia Nevrakis

Unbeknownst to Tevan, Zenobia Nevrakis is interested in him and gets flummoxed by him. Her half brother Diavolos mentions in Book 3, Chapter 5, that he once caught her practicing a speech to Tevan. In a premium scene, the player is able to experience how she once tried to prevent her father from finding out since he would probably start the courting for her and force Tevan to marry her. Although her crush isn't revealed, Tevan overhears that he is talked about and joins her and Diavolos. Zenobia is depicted struggling to form coherent sentences in his presence and Tevan only wonders if she was feeling well. This continues in Book 3, Chapter 13, if Tevan is alive. Zenobia bumps into him and starts blushing and stammering when he kisses her hand but he just strides away without any mention that he noticed her reaction.



  • Although Tevan's romance is less fleshed out than other characters (likely due to him being a premium choice), he can still be married at the very end.
  • If alive, Tevan would bring with him 1000 of Fydoria's strongest soldiers to help Kenna retake Stormholt. This number, however, is neither counted to the Army Score (+20) nor added to Kenna's total number of soldiers, the maximum of which is 4,250 (which contains the 200 Fydorians he pledged to her).
    • Another inconsistency is that in Book 1, Chapter 7, Gabriel mentioned that Kenna has 3000 soldiers: 1000 former Stormholt soldiers and 2000 mercenaries. However, in the above-mentioned tally, the soldiers and mercenaries are counted as one: just 2000 troops.
  • During Kenna's siege on Stormholt, Tevan mentioned that he had a very handsome suitor, signifying that he may be bisexual.
  • Frequently, Tevan is referred to as "Prince Tevan" on his nameplate, even after he ascends as King of Fydoria.
  • If you make a wrong choice in Book 3, Chapter 6, Tevan will reveal that he hasn't practiced the lute since he was a boy; he always preferred the harp.
  • In The Royal Masquerade, Chapter 10, if Your Character (The Royal Masquerade), King/Queen-Regent, and Crown Shield go to town to search for the scared animals after the fires, Crown Shield mentions that the emu is in Tevan's square.

Memorable Quotes

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Tevan [to Kenna via message orb]: It would have been a treat to intimidate someone for once. Guess instead I'll have to settle for impressing my opponents with good looks before I cut them down.


  1. The Crown & The Flame, Book 1, Chapter 15
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