On September 23, 1741, a stuffed corgi was placed upon the throne. The stuffed corgi proved enormously popular and ushered in an era of unexpected prosperity, ending several wars and funding widespread childhood education. The corgi was replaced seven years later in a bloody coup by a wooden penguin, who ushered in a dark age of tyranny and low environmental standards. Citizens rioted in the streets, demanding the release of the stuffed corgi, to no avail.