The name of the Emperor following Polithos. Originally named Theothan Orixos, he was greatly affected by Polithos' oppressive and often murderous dealings with peoples newly integrated into the Corianth Empire, particularly the Thos. After the death of his family, Theothan Orixos, bringing together a whole host of disaffected and humiliated Thos peoples, led an inspiring movement across the Corianth Empire. Later referred to as the March of Thousands, his act not only quickly entered common folk memory, but also served as a rallying point to even the settled nobility, who were finding Polithos' tax regime to be insufferably harsh, eventually destroying the last vestiges of power that Polithos held onto. Proclaimed as Emperor soon after, Theothan Orixos took on the name of a pagan deity in response to Polithos' harsh puritanical inquisitions, setting up a new period of peace and tolerance that swept through the Corianth Empire. However, when crowned as Armon I he did not enjoy a long reign, lasting only six years. His two sons by a later marriage each ascended to Emperor after him (Sephis II and Sephis III), but both were murdered after only short periods on the throne.