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Turning over tombs and tuaths for an Irish hero? Look no further than King Conchobar mac Nessa of Ulster (P.S. that's in northern Ireland). He's brainy, brawny, and has a pretty sweet family—and kingdom. Occasionally, he'll moon over his lost love, the beautiful Deirdre, but that doesn't stop him from checking out the newest ladies on the block.
Conchobar mac Nessa
Con, Conchy, Conor, Conch Shell
King of Ulster
I learned about ruling from my stepdad, Fergus
I'm pro-monarchy, since, you know, I'm the king of Ulster
Princess Nessa, daughter of King Eochaid of Ulster, is my mom; my dad is either the druid Cathbad or Fachtna Fathach, king of Ulster; my stepdad is Fergus mac Roich, king of Ulster
I have two sisters, Deichtine (mother of Cúchulainn) and Finnchaem (mother of Conall Cearnach)
Sons: Glaisne (by Mumain); Cormac (by Clothra); Furboide (by Eithne); Amalgad (by Queen Maeve); Cuscraid "the Dumb"; Folloman; Macha Daughter: Fedelm. (Yep, just the one.)
Fergus mac Roich, Cúchulainn
Queen Maeve, Ailill, Deirdre, Naoise, Cet
Married to several different wives (see: moms of my kids), but Deirdre's the love of my life
"Women marry men hoping they will change. Men marry women hoping they will not. So each is inevitably disappointed."
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Deirdre's Lament by Trio Nocturna
The Secret of Roan Inish
Miss Ireland competitions