Hildur Mander is the son of Andras, and Gudny Mander making him a member of House Mander.
Jevard Mander would forbid his family and declared the State of Mander would not take part in the Journey undertaken by William Lovie III. as he still remembered his friend Bill Lovie and would remain loyal to him, but despite decreeing this almost all of his vassals would join the Journey. Following the command of Jevard Mander it would be his nephew Hildur that would lead a force of two hundred irregular troops into the lands south of the Mander town where they acted as bandits for the remainder of the conflict until finally Hildur surrendered to the Tyrell's when his main camp was burned down and they ran out of supplies.
Jevard Mander would forbid his family and declared the State of Mander would not take part in the Journey undertaken by William Lovie III. as he still remembered his friend Bill Lovie and would remain loyal to him, but despite decreeing this almost all of his vassals would join the Journey. Among his own family several attempted to join the Lucernian forces gathering for William Lovie III. including Andras Mander, and Hildur Mander of whom were preparing to rally nearly a thousand of the six thousand men at arms in just the city of Mander when they would be ratted out by Jorni Mander.
Lucernian Civil War
Main Article : Lucerne Civil War
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Go to Mander and join the Tyrells in retaking the state from the rebels who have taken it.
Civil War in Mander
The Civil War in Mander would begin after House Terentia would become hostile towards their lord in House Mander following the breaking of a betrothal between House Mander's heir in the form of Andrias Mander, and a daughter of the lord of House Terentia in the form of Alise Terentia. The betrothal had been a promice made between the two houses and due to the level of Andrias House Terentia had paid a dowry to House Mander to gain the marriage instead of the other way around, and the betrothal had been going fine with Alise, and Andrias having spent time together and become close, but it was ended when House Terentia joined the forces of William Lovie III. during the Journey while House Mander remained loyal to Bill Lovie and this led House Mander's lord in the form of Jevard Mander to end the betrothal and not give back the dowry money as further insult. Following this insult and breakdown of the relationship House Terentia begin making moves against House Mander alongside House Svaeder of whom led by Wittige Svaeder who was married to Terenia Terentia also joined with House Terentia supporting his wife's family. These movements begin with the burning of several farms controlled by House Terentia of which was done by bandits paid by House Mander and while succesful the raids were also discovered when on a fifth raid of farms near the Terentia lands the bandits were defeated by a force led by Harald Terentia of whom were able to bring the bandits to speak the truth revealing they had been paid by House Mander thus revealing the plotting.
Siege of Mander
Even after the discover of the previous banditry mission by Jevard and subsequent demand from the leadership of Terentia for restitution's these attempts at diplomacy would be ignored and two knights sent by House Terentia delivering their request were executed leading to House Terentia declaring war on House Mander. As the armies of Terentia entered Mander it would be the command of Jevard that would lead to Hildur Mander leaving the capital with some two hundred men going southward in order to become bandits and convince the people of the province about the brutality of House Terentia. As the forces of House Terentia moved against Mander the call for assistance would go out into the region with House Mander at this point trying to get assistance as the Liege Lord of Mander. Answering this early call for assistance would be the forces of House Scott of whom due to the involvement of Leven Martell at Tree Hill would be basically forced to send forces due to the fact that everyone knew if they rejected her then she would tell William about their refusal.
As Lucas was away at the time Nathan Scott was appointed the commander of the Scott forces going to Mander, but would be accompanied by Leven Martell and Brooke Scott of whom were the real power behind the Scott movement. When word reached Tree Hill it was ignored by Dan Scott, but Leven would realize that with the fighting in the south taking the Tyrells out of being able to reinforce Mander she believes very strongly that the Scotts need to send forces and she makes Brooke take her to the Keep of Tree Hill to meet with the lords of Tree Hill. Dan Scott would call the assembly of the Tree Hill Lords but during the initial meeting he would delay things, and basically waste time of which greatly angered Leven causing an argument between Dan Scott and Leven Martell. Brooke Scott, and Level Martell would leave ahead of the main force of House Scott with only a force of some fifty men believing that the flag of House Lovie that Leven flies will allow them to move without difficulty on the way to Mander.
Capture of Mander
Following the capture of most of the town of Mander by the forces of House Terentia the majority of the military forces of House Mander either continued to fight in the town or retreated to Castle Mander north of the city which was commanded by Andras Mander and at Castle Mander would remain the main holdout of the Mander forces due to its strong fortifications, and the strategic skill of Andras Mander.
Retaking of Mander
Following the Capture of Mander by the forces of Terentia, and Svaeder the diplomatic efforts of Dylan Tyrell on the behalf of House Tyrell to end the fighting would end and Dylan begin marshaling forces to move into Mander and end the fighting. With the majority of the Tyrell personal forces away assisting in the rebellion of southern Bronheim they were forced to send a token force from Highgarden mainly relying on House Bulwer of Trensdale from their forces while they sent out word to the Starke's to send assistance.
As the fighting devolved around the capital of Mander it would be the decision of Jevard Mander that he would send the children, and women out of Mander in order to protect them as by this point victory for House Mander was becoming less likely. While most were able to escape it would be Asgerda Mander, and Verona Mander that would be fleeing by carriage when their guard was killed and resisting the bandits attacking the carriage they would kill Verona Mander before raping and murdering Asgerda as well before throwing her body into the river near the road and fleeing the scene.
Treaty of Mander