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The Dowager-Duchess of Adria sat at her desk, reading over the command of penance delivered directly from Everard VI. With a small hum, the imperial Novellen felt that this was the first step on the returning path to peace, with the Prince of Savoy being tempered for his hubris.

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Holy Ser Thucydides Melphestaus read the missive, questioning the morality of it all. Encouraging canonist to insult and berate one who would soon be accepted back into their faith? Surely such actions would cause more harm than good.

 

Does not the Holy Scrolls teach of forgiveness rather than vengeance? A man corrupted by Iblees should be saved, not wounded and damaged making him more prone to Iblees' deceitful words.

 

Yet all of that is of second though to Thucydides. His true concern is in the honor and worship of mortal men, when only God should be worshipped. The kneeling before the Fidei Defensor, and kissing his ring, when he is all but a mortal man.

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The ginger-haired elfess' at this point was having the time of her life. Brought into many secrets of the church and understood the morality behind every action within its function, humored recently by all the happenings, specifically the chaos from it all. Upon reading the public missive she struck her knee with a clad palm and broke out into wicked cackles, amused entirely by the ongoing events. 

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Old Man Viktor nods in approval, "Just ist finally served. Gott bless thy, High Pontiff."

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Beneath the mountain, High Prophet Norli smiles upon seeing the word of God, even if not his own, being enforced on the betrayers of their faith. He recalls his own experience with heretics, and pats a blood stained hammer at his side.

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Olivier Laurene offered solemn acceptance of the news from an attendant. Many had known since the madness of his coronation of his long outbursts and frustrations, bold declarations and proud internal dialogues that had made themselves aloud.

 

From his vassals and councillors advice did he acquiesce to reason, his internal turmoil and perceived slights thrown back at him time and again as proud, as seeing himself above God.

 

Though perhaps he would have protested the demand before, he could not look the reality of the situation with the same resolve and declare his righteousness.

 

Proud was he still though. Easy enough to admit - a lot easier to admit than his folly. So much so, that he pleaded his wife not allow the children to see him in such disgrace; perhaps a point was missed in that.

 

He began his own missive, gloom pervading in his presence, sometimes bellowing in frustration as he came to terms with what must be done.

 

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John Napier applauds such a move by the Pontiff. The best solution outside of murder for the sinful snakes of Savoy was humiliation under the eyes of the LORD.

 

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The Petite Viscountess of Orenian lands felt that the humble lives of monks should not be compared to that of a schemer, and she hoped that the sacks that Olivier were dressed in were of suitable nature as not to present similarities between a monk’s robe and these robes. 

 

Nonetheless, Amadie hoped that this would be a strong lesson for humanity, as Canonism should bring together all those who are faithful, not a prince, nor an emperor, nor a country. With her father a clergyman, she felt it was her duty to pray for the sake of her Pontiff. 

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          The maiden of Alstion scrutinized the missive with haste as she ascended the marble steps of the Aggarade, a perturbed expression adorning her complexion. As she proceeded passed the scratched door of her soon-to-be husband, muffled cackles would emit from beyond the barricaded room. Sliding the missive underneath his door, she’d advance to the shallows of her isolated bedchambers.

 

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1 hour ago, indiana105 said:

Ser Viktor 'the Beast' Baruch smiles the Sun's Smile, for Godan's justice will be done. :)

Ser Reinhardt “the Unbroken” Barclay takes a shot of Jäger for the justice Gott had allowed to be served 

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Borys nods with hope "The sun will raise once more over Savoy" He'd smile and continue doing his chores

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