Olhazeta Falenas was queen of the Falena Queendom before the Succession Conflict and was married to a man from the House of Godwin. During her reign, Olhazeta was known for her brilliance and decisiveness in solving the Queendom's problems. She also appointed Raja as an admiral in the Queen's Royal Navy.
In the late 420s (late 210s in the New Capital Calendar), Olhazeta's youngest daughter, Princess Falzrahm Falenas, started scheming to take the right of succession from her older sister, Crown Princess Shahrewar Falenas. Falzrahm conspired with Salum Barows, head of the House of Barows and cousin to Falzrahm's husband, Kauss Barows, against Shahrewar, who was supported by the House of Godwin due to her marriage to Mardas Godwin.
Queen Olhazeta, who was an old monarch by this time, did not have the strength or resolve to deal with the situation.
Before Olhazeta's death, Falzrahm and Salum pushed Olhazeta into allowing Arshtat Falenas, Falzrahm's daughter, to have her Sacred Games before those of Haswar Falenas, who was Shahrewar's daughter. According to royal practices, Haswar rightfully should have had her Sacred Games first, but Falzrahm was trying to establish her legitimacy as future Queen by holding Arshtat's Sacred Games before Haswar's. Contrary to royal practices, Olhazeta reluctantly agreed and Arshtat married Ferid Egan, the victor of her Sacred Games.
Olhazeta died in SY 438, after which the Falenan Succession Conflict erupted between Falzrahm and Shahrewar.