There have been five Kings of Mu that have ruled over the Ancient people. Most of the fifth and sixth generation were killed in the final days of the First War of the Orichalcos.
The first King of Mu was named Nyambi. His queen was named Frigg. Little is known about the history of these two individuals, only that they claimed both claimed to have been related to the first Ancients, Pojar. They are both buried on the island of Avalon, starting the tradition that the royal family continues to this day.
- Nyambi is named after a Nigerian god that of the restoration of life.
- Frigg is named after a Norse goddess. She is the wife of Odin and has the power of prophecy.
Nyambi ad Frigg had two children: Apollo and Freyja. Apollo, being the eldest, became the heir while Freyja and her line became the rest of the court. Apollo married a woman named Milda. Freyja married a man named Pluto.
Apollo was said to be a rather vain king, even to the Ancients. He built numerous monuments to himself and is responsible for many of the ceremonies that the nobility practice.
- Apollo is named after the Greek god of light and the sun, truth and prophecy, healing, plague, music, poetry, and more.
- Freyja is named after the Norse goddess of love, beauty, fertility, gold, war, and dead.
- Milda is named after the Lithuanian goddess of love and freedom
- Pluto is named after the Greek god of the underworld. His earlier name was Hades.
Apollo and Milda had four children: their sons Raa, Azrael, and Izanagi, and their daughter, Izanami. Izanagi and Izanami were twins. Raa was the eldest and therefore became heir. He married a woman named Chiodhna. Raa is described as being harsh and strict. His wife, on the other hand, was incredibly submissive.
Axrael married a woman named Hestia. Izanagi and Izanami were mysteriously banished from the family and no reason was given to the public about it. Neither has been seen since their disappearance, though it is rumoured that they began living in the colonies of the New World afterwards.
Freyja and Pluto had three daughters: Sinann, Sequana, and Boann. Sinann married a man named Maher. Sequana married a man named Aramazd. And Boann married a man named Perun.
- Raa is named after the Egyptian god of the sun. The extra 'a' that was added to the name is based on James Churchward's claims that the sun god, Raa (a misspelled version of the Rapanui word ra'a) was king of Mu
- Azrael is named after the Angel of Death according to some of the Christian, Islamic, and Jewish traditions
- Izanagi is named after a Japanese deity that fathered many islands, deities, and the forefather's of the Japanese people. He is married to his sister, Izanami
- Izanami is named after a Japanese goddess of creation and death
- Cliodhna is named after the Irish Queen of the Banshees. In other myths, she is the goddess of love and beauty
- Hestia is named after the Greek goddess of the hearth, architecture, and the right ordering of domesticity, the family, and the state
- Sinann is named after the Celtic goddess associated with the river Shannon
- Sequana is named after the Gallo-Roman goddess associated with the river Seine
- Boann is named after the Irish goddess associated with the river Boyne
- Maher is named after the Axsumite and Himyarite god of war
- Aramazd is named after the Armenian creator god
- Perun is named after the Slavic god of thunder and lightning
Ra and Cliodha had five children together: Zues, Loki, Iris, Tonatiuh, and Inanna. Due to Raa's vicious training and disbelief in their ability to rule, Zues, Loki, and Iris were all killed before they were able to take the throne, leaving Tonatiuh the heir upon Raa's death. Loki was the first transgendered member of the royal family. Iris was the first female to ever be considered to be an heir. Tonatiuh married a woman named Hathor. Inanna never got married, but had several female lovers.
Azrael and Hestia had two children: a daughter named Bes and a son named Patecatl. Bes married a man named Dyeus and Patecatl married a woman named Metis.
Sinann and Maher had two children: a daughter named Hepit and a son named Tengri. Hepit married a mane named Jangseun and Tengri married a woman named Cardea.
Sequana and Anahit had a single son maned Ranginui. He married a woman named Mawu.
Boann and Perun had two children: a son maned Janus and a daughter named Hecate. Janus married a woman named Yhi and Hecate married a man named Eos.
- Zeus is named after the Greek god of the sky and thunder
- Loki is named after the Norse god of magic and fire
- Iris is named after the Greek goddess of the rainbow. She is also a messenger of the gods
- Tonatiuh is named after the Aztec god of the sun
- Inanna is named after the Sumerian goddess of love
- Hathor is named after the Egyptian goddess of love, beauty, music, dance, motherhood, and joy
- Bes is named after the Egyptian goddess associated with the protection of the household, mothers, children, and childbirth
- Patecatl is named after the Aztec god of healing and fertility
- Dyeus is named after the Proto-Indo-Eupopean god of daylight sky
- Metis is named after the Greek Titaness of wisdom and deep thought
- Hepit is named after Hurrian goddess of the sky
- Tengri is named after the Turkic Sky-Father
- Jangseun is named after Korean wards against demons
- Cardea is named after the Roman goddess of the door hinge
- Ranginui is named after the Maori creation god
- Mawu is named after Dahomey goddess of the sun and the moon
- Janus is named after the Roman god of beginnings and transitions, gates, doors, doorways, endings and time
- Hecate is named after the Greek goddess of crossroads, entranceways, fire, light, the moon, magic, witchcraft, knowledge of herbs and poisonous plants, necromancy, and sorcery
- Yhi is named after Aboriginal Australian goddess of the sun
- Eos is named after the Greek goddess of dawn
Tonatiuh and Hathor has a single child: their son, Ironheart. Ironheart is seen as his people are a figurehead king and would eventually step down after the fall of Mu. He married a woman named Venus, who was considered to be the most beautiful woman on Mu. She was rather self-centered and vain. They are the only royal members of their generation to survive the First War of the Orichalcos.
Bes and Dyeus had two sons: Hermes and Eriang. They never married and were killed by Magic after humans stormed Camelot.
Patecati and Metis has three children: their sons Atlaua and Woden, as well as their daughter Neith. Atlaua married a woman named Anahita. They were all killed by Magic after humans stormed Camelot.
Hepit and Jangseun had three children: their daughters Aine and Albina, and their son Kamedeva. Aine married a man named Ares. Kamedeva married a woman named Toci. They were all killed by Magic after humans stormed Camelot.
Cardea and Tengri had four children: Anteros, Eros, Himeros, and Pothos. Anteros married a woman named Bellona. Himeros married a woman named Ifri. They were all killed by Magic after humans stormed Camelot.
Ranginui and Mawu had two children named Ekwu and Vesta. They never married and were killed by Magic after humans stormed Camelot.
Yhi and Janus had two children: Sopona and Ninurta. They never married and were killed by Magic after humans stormed Camelot.
Hecate and Eos had one child: Beiwe. She never married and was killed by Magic after humans stormed Camelot.
- Venus is named after the Roman goddess of love, beauty, sex, fertility, prosperity, and victory
- Hermes is named after the Greek god of travelers, shepherds, cowherds, thieves, orators, wit, literature, poets, athletics, sports, weights, measures, invention, and commerce. He was also the messenger of the gods.
- Eriang is named after the Chinese warrior god
- Atlaua is named after the Aztec deity of water, fishermen, and archers
- Woden is named after a major deity in Anglo-Saxon paganism
- Neith is named after the Egyptian goddess of war and hunting
- Anahita is named after the Persin form of the Iranian goddess of fertility, healing, and wisdom
- Aine is named after the Irish goddess of summer, wealth, and sovereignty
- Kamadeva is named after the Hindu god of human love and desire
- Ares is named after the Greek god of war
- Toci is named after the Aztec Mother-Goddess
- Anteros is named after the Greek god of requited love
- Eros is named after the Greek god of love
- Himeros is named after the Greek god of sexual desire or unrequited love
- Pothos is named after the Greek god of longing or yearning
- Bellona is named after the Roman goddess of war
- Ifri is named after the Berber goddess of war
- Ekwu is named after the African household god
- Vesta is named after the Roman goddess of the hearth, home, and family
- Sopona is named after the Yoruba god of smallpox
- Ninurta is named after the Sumerian and Akkadian goddess of Lagash
- Beiwe is named after the Sami solar deity
Venus and Ironheart has a single child: Dartz. Dartz was the first King of Mu that had never set foot on Mu before. He was curse in the womb by Magic with the Creator Overpower and continues to blame him to this day for it. Dartz is the only royal member of his generation to survive the end of the First War of the Orichalcos. He married a woman named Iona.
Altaua and Anahita had a son named Anubis. He was killed by Magic after humans stormed Camelot.
Aine and Ares has a daughter named Hei. She was killed by Magic after humans stormed Camelot.
Kamadeva and Toci had a son named Charon. He was killed by Magic after humans stormed Camelot.
Anteros and Bellona has a son named Nergal. He was killed by Magic after humans stormed Camelot.
Himeros and Ifri has a daughter named Morrigan. She was killed by Magic after humans stormed Camelot.
- Anubis is named after the Egyptian god mummification and the afterlife
- Hel is named after Norse goddess and ruler of the underworld
- Charon is named after the Greek ferryman of Hades who carries the souls of the deceased into the realms of the dead
- Nergal is named after the Babylonian god of war and pestilence
- Morrigan is named after the Irish goddess of battle, strife, and sovereignty