Pepin VI was a creation in Eugene Tacitus' world.

In it, Pepin was the husband of Berengaria and father of Pepin VII. He frequently berated his son. Pepin drowned when he fell asleep in his bathtub. As with all the kings, Pepin was supposedly a god. His death was considered the ultimate blasphemy. (AUDIO: The Holy Terror)

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