Oberon is the king of the Fairies in Etheria He is the husband of Titania, father of Edgar.


Oberon being immortal has ruled the Realm of Eldritch and the kingdom of Etheria for aeons. Not long after the birth of his son Edgar, the child was kidnapped by the evil faerie Lolotte. Oberon and Titania searched the world for their baby, but finally they had to give up and turn their attentions back to their kingdom. They thought their only son was dead. Years later, they were reunited with Edgar who had been liberated by Princess Rosella, but he was kidnapped again by Malicia during the celebration of his return.

William Shakespeare once wrote of Oberon in one his plays. The play is included in The Compleat Works of William Shakespeare.

I am the merry wanderer of the night.
I jest to Oberon, and make him smile...[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

Oberon (/ˈoʊbərɒn/) is a king of the fairies in medieval and Renaissance literature. He is best known as a character in William Shakespeare's play A Midsummer Night's Dream, in which he is King of the Fairies and spouse of Titania, Queen of the Fairies

In the KQC, Oberon makes an exclamation, "By the blood of all the gods!", suggesting a reference to a pantheon known in the Realm of Eldritch. He and his wife, The Fates, the Weaver of Dreams, Lady Mab, Ceres and Attis may be members of this pantheon. In addition Ambrosia is said to be the food of the gods, and sacred nectar was the drink of the gods. Titania's name even is a reference to the Titans, primordial Greek gods.

Oberon in KQ appears in part to be based on Zeus.


  1. KQ4, from A Midsummer Night's Dream
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