Little is known of his life, but his marriage to the princess was well-documented, primarily because of its political nature. Their union was intended to cool the tensions between Zemar and the Wallachian court.
Flynn lived to see his son became king upon King Cassius' death, superseding Cassius' son Erasmus II, who declined the kingship due to his failing health. For most of his reign, Flynn served as an adviser to his son. He died at the age of forty seven in a fire while staying at the home of an associate in Bodai.