He rose to the throne after his father, Rodmuth III, abdicated following the Vidstos-Za'ahene War.He rose to the throne under tumultuous circumstances, as his alleged bastardry and the rival claim of his uncle Akkal Varedi (not to be confused with the founder of the Varedi dynasty) led to a short civil war fought in the central parts of the Gate Kingdom.
Raju dapat melihat bibir burit warna merah ternganga diselaputi cairan berlendir. Raju dapat melihat apam Tini yang bermadu itu dengan jelas sekali. Dia tahu pelirnya dua kali lebih besar dan panjang dari pelir Ah Tong yang telah tua itu. Tak sabar dipelawa Raju sudah melondehkan pakaiannya. Dilurut-lurut batang keras yang berdenyut-denyut ingin memuntahkan laharnya.
Cairan lendir campuran air nikmat Tini dan air mani Ah Tong mengalir keluar membasahi bibir lembut. ”Boleh saya tumpang sekaki.” Tini membuka mata bila mendengar suara Raju.
Pelir fell in a coma in the spring of 299, and lied dying for six weeks of fever.
He died peacefully, together with his grandson of the same name.
Nevertheless, the Za'ahene army volunteered to move north to escort Mothark and his sons to Sturoana.
This all led to The Great Za'ahene-Vidstos War (299-307 ABV).
When the Copper island rebellion started Pelir was keen to see how it played out with the Vidstossi settlers and the Copper Island natives there.
After the Vidstossi settlers called for help he ignored them and had them fight for their homes until they fled finally and the leader of the rebellion claimed rulership over the Copper Island.
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He is also known as Pelir the Fair, due to his golden hair.