|Date of birth||1642|
|Date of death||1717 AN|
Adam al-Osman, Knight of the Holy Lakes, triple national of Shireroth, Constancia, and the formerly-sovereign Emirate of Sathrati together with the Imperial Dominion of the Marquessate of Zy-Rodun and the Counties of Yardistan, Amity, and Mirioth, married to Madani Simrani, 1658. Appointed Governor of Miriroth by the Prince of Modan, 1663. As part of the Modanese Migration, granted asylum, nationality and residency in the Imperial State of Constancia on 21.IV.1668. Minor employment in the Euran Directorate of ESB, 1668. Appointed to the Council of Sathrati, and granted Sathrati nationality, 1676. Resigned from the Council of Sathrati in 1687 to accept appointment as Nahust Vazir of the Alalehzamini Autonomous Republic of the Elwynnese State. Adam was acclaimed as Archon of the N&H National Sector Party in Elluenuueq on 12.I.1694 AN, an honour he was reluctantly obliged to share with Zahra Zjandari of the Behsaz-Eluin. Commissioned as Frainan Streïakeï and appointed to the command of the Union Defence Force and the Northern Banner Group of Benacia Command by order of the Command Executive of the latter on 19.VIII.1694 AN following a reorganisation of the Pact's command structure during the Second Elwynnese Civil War.
Although confirmed as Szodan of Elluenuueq in the aftermath of the civil war, his botched efforts at reforming the transportation systems of his realm saw him removed from office by the Congress of Chryse in 1709 AN. Out of respect for his past service he was permitted to retain the post of Director of the Benacian arm of the Honourable Company for the remainder of that year, albeit on the condition that he reside at Teldrin in Ransenar and play no further part in the government of the Benacian Union.
Scarcely credible reports of his death were received on 5.V.1717 AN from Teldrin, where he was reported to have been seized outside the Bethlem Hotel by an invisible monster in broad daylight and devoured horribly before a large number of fright-frozen witnesses.