May I say that Henry VI Lancaster was a true loon?
The Kings College Chapel at Cambridge--half a gothic cathedral built for a congregation that was to consist of a rector and twelve scholars (twelve apostles, you see). There are lots of other places where half a gothic cathedral could have been much more useful. Sheesh.
On the other hand, two other kings--Richard III and Henry VII--followed through to complete the project: three royal loons.
And the Tudor dragons are truly cool. I am really sorry that they were replaced by unicorns when James I Stuart succeeded Elizabeth I Tudor.
And how come I have never seen this before? I am 45, after all...