King Carlo VI of Naples, of the Entori Dynasty, was the Monarch of Naples from his father Angelo's assassination in 1691 to his death in 1698. His short reign was dominated by the Hafsid war, a war of vengeance against the nation of origin of the assassin that martryred Angelo. Carlo VI was a warlike monarch, and was noted for being anti-Muslim and anti-Schmittist. He led the war against Tunisia, and was victorious in the conflict after five years of fighting. Carlo also greatly expanded the Neapolitan colonial empire. However, his massive expansions weakened the internal stability of the nation, and when his daughter Lucentia succeeded him after his death due to falling of of his horse, she would have to fight a short civil war for the future of Naples.