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The Necessity of Records and Research 


Edict Issued by the Viceroyal Crown 

15th of Maria’s Peace, 91 D.R.


[!] A Hyspian scholar drafting a thesis on behalf of the Hyspian Historical Institute.

Time is an expanding concept. It progresses but never ceases in its journey. As the path of time is ever endless and infinite, a traveler must diverge from it to rest, perhaps permanently. Yet, even so, time shall continue to move forward.  However, the legacy one leaves behind must not be lost upon the road. Rather, it should be recovered, engraved and forever recorded for future generations to learn and discover. 


Hyspia is more than a nation. It is a culture, a culture which has blossomed for decades and centuries long before the rule of De Pelear, and long before the establishment of La Dorada. La Ciudad de la Plata is one such example. It was considered the last established home of the Hyspian people in Almaris. Before that it was Niseep. And much before that: Osanora, Tierra Natal, and further beyond. All such settlements have their own histories and their own legacies. The origins of the Hyspian people, its establishment as a united culture also deserves such a legacy to be recorded in the annals of history. 


Thus, it is through this decree that the Hyspian Historical Institute shall form. Its mission shall be to record the traditions of the Hyspian community. It shall be open to all Hyspians scholars and beyond to further record our history, our beliefs, and our culture for the future generations to learn and take advice from as they continue to grow our nation and let it blossom further.


This institution, sponsored by the Crown, invites all Hyspians who wish to record and research the rich history of the Hyspian people. Through this institution, Hyspian scholars may publish their many works and pursue their academic intiuitions for the betterment of educating the public of our history. May we honor our past and embrace the future, together.


Honrar el pasado. Abrazar el futuro.


Viva Hyspia. 



OOC: If you would like to help contribute to the lore of Hyspia, please contact wavelincoln or RagnarAkaJavvy !


Con DIOS Avanzamos,

HIS HIGHNESS, Cesar II de Pelear, 

Viceroy of Hyspia, Duke of Pacazu, Baron of Arenisca and Del’mar, Lord of Ladorada, Lord of Niseep, Gereon's Hold, and Ciudad de Plata, Gran Maestre of El Orden de Francisco, Protector of the Hyspian People, Protector of the Farfolk, Patriarch of House de Pelear

HIS EXCELLENCY, Vicente Murietta II, 

Colonel of Hyspia, Caballero Comendador del Orden de Francisco, Scholar of the Hyspian Historical Institute

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