Ellac Son Of Attila the Hun
Attila ruled the Hunnic Empire for 19 years, and while doing so he became the most feared enemy of the Roman Empire.
There was only one thing in the world that Attila cherished and that was the thrill of battle. He didn’t believe in the concept of taking prisoners, and just killed anyone who crossed him instead. Attilas most beloved son was his oldest son Ellac, who went on to inherit his father’s empire after his death. Ellacs reign only lasted 2 years as he was killed in battle. Ellac was lucky to survive as long as he did, because his father ate the rest of his children. Yes. You read correctly.
Feodor I of Russia Son Of Ivan IV Vasliyevich
You know you’re in for a bad childhood when your father is nicknamed “Ivan the Terrible.” Ivan was an extremely cruel Russian Tsar. One of Ivan’s favorite pass times was to chuck animals from very high places. While, in the grand scheme of things he didn’t kill as many people, he was more into quality rather than quantity. He had a personal love of torture and murder, enjoying nothing more than the sound of pulling ribs out of people’s body with a hot poker. He was eventually poisoned to death while playing chess. His precious son Feodor wasn’t the brightest spark, so his rights to rule became the responsibility of people around him. Since Feodar himself had no children his death meant an end to the Rurikid dynasty. This sent Russia into a spiraling descent. all this was actually Ivan’s fault since he accidentally killed his eldest son in a fit of rage!