He became immobile in later life. (16/17)

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During the very last years of his reign, Henry became practically immobile as a result of his obesity and likely gout. The origin of these problems is often traced back to the jousting incident of 1536, in which he suffered a permanent injury to his leg. As a result of his condition, Henry was unable to walk and required the assistance of mechanical devices and servants in order to move from his bed.

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He expanded the Royal Navy considerably. (15/17)

His legacy. (17/17)