|Full name||Oliver Harrison Flint|
|Born||March 1st, 1885, Newark, Ohio|
|Deceased||October 26th, 1968, Noble City|
|Home||Kinley, Noble City.|
|Functions||Governor of Seven, later economist and royal advisor|
Oliver Flint was the second governor of Seven, and the son of Harrison Flint, first governor and founder of Kinley. Unlike his father, he is usually viewed negatively for his use of force for political ends, for example the Battle of British Island and the Northern Clearances.
After his defeat in the 1915 State Elections, Flint quietly left Seven to work as an economist at Nobel University in Noble City. From 1947 onwards he advised the monarchs on economic policy.
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