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    Alric Edvardsson
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  1. Alric shakes his head at the news, he was not young enough to give aid to the Vistulian host in the defense of their land. He then sends his regards to the Vistulian High Elder from his Clanhouse's balcony.
  2. [!] A response is penned to Einar, arriving on the leg of a Puffin. Einar, I do not lack confidence in you, you simply have failed to be present in recent years. Even though it is my intent to focus on the Father and Faith, I have taken up your duties as Chamberlain and your duties as Chieftain, acting as both in all but name. Whilst I am glad you do intend on returning I believe you misunderstand my use of exile, I speak in the terms of it being self-imposed; much like the exiles I put myself under when I grew weary and tired. I am very glad you intend to focus once again on the clan itself upon your return, that was what I asked you focused on when I relinquished it to you, producing a family that may reclaim our lost glory. When you return I urge you to call a Chiefsmoot, until then it is my duty to ensure our clan has guidance, presence, and a chieftain -- even if temporary. May your return be swift. Father guide you, Alric
  3. Call for Chiefsmoot for the Edvardsson Clan TO THE EDVARDSSON CLAN, The Chieftain of Edvardsson has been missing for many months and it is our Clan’s need for guidance and strength that makes this call a necessity. I call on all true Edvardssons to come to the Clanhouse and vote for a new Chieftain of the Clan. Hearth Brother Alric Edvardsson Ruric
  4. Ascendancy of Lord Purifier Orin Ve'lvenest By Holy Command of the High Keeper This Holy Dictate is issued on, 11th of Malin's Welcome, Year 92 of the Second Age To the Faithful, It is by the Holy Command of High Keeper Grigori Ruslanovych that Keeper Orin Ve’lvenest is hereafter elevated to Lord Purifier, Shield of the Faithful and granted his rightful position on the Hearth Council. Their service to the Faith, by scroll, sword, and word, has shown all they have no equal in the service of the Red Lord. They are to execute the Holy Mission of the Purifiers, represent that Holy Order in all affairs, and defend all of Creation in the name of the Father. Upon receiving this letter Keeper Orin Ve’lvenest and all the Purifiers will make a pilgrimage to the Hearth Temple of Alisgrad to receive blessings of the Paragons and take their Sacred Oaths before the Holy Flame. By Order Of, His High Holiness, Grigori Ruslanovych, High Keeper of the Red Faith, Keeper of the Holy Flame
  5. Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation The Clandom of Vistulia and Kingdom of Norland ARTICLE I - SOVEREIGNTY The Kingdom of Norland and the Clandom of Vistulia recognize each other as independent lands, legitimately overseen by their respective sovereigns, and will make no attempt to subvert the authorities governing them. ARTICLE II - NON-AGGRESSION The Kingdom of Norland and the Clandom of Vistulia will adhere to a pact of non-aggression, and will not incite conflict between themselves, nor will they participate in any conflicts that will result in the signatories being in opposition. Citizens of both civilizations have their safety guaranteed within the borders of the other, so long as the laws of the local governments are adhered to. ARTICLE III - FRIENDSHIP The Kingdom of Norland and the Clandom of Vistulia, have deemed each other as virtuous stock with a mutual hatred of the Vile Dark, good intentions, and a value for all that is natural in Creation. Both signatories hereby declare the friendship between the parties and vow to smile upon each other with kind hearts, mutual respect, and willingness to come to one another’s aid in times of strife. The Kingdom of Norland and the Clandom of Vistulia shall appoint a representative to act as envoy between each nation, informing both of festivals, courts, and other events so as to spread awareness of one another’s culture and traditions. ARTICLE IV - TRADE The Signatories may adhere to the following trade policies: - Signatories may receive a market stall free of rent in their respective capitals. - Signatories may trade specialty goods free of tariff. ARTICLE V - DURATION This pact shall be in effect for a duration of four years. In the case where either the Kingdom of Norland or the Clandom of Vistulia is found by the other to be in violation of this pact, or either of the signatories undergo a change in governmental status, all articles will remain in effect, while the signatories search for diplomatic resolutions. In Witness where all parties have duly affixed their signature under hand on the 5th of The Grand Harvest, Year 91 of the Second Age, His Royal Majesty, Odin Freysson Ruric, by the Blood of the Herald, King of Norland, Duke of Varhelm and Alisgrad, High Chieftain of the Rurikkid, Chieftain of the Freyssons, Protector of Highlanders The Most Honorable, Casimir Vilchyc, Piast of the Vistulian Clandom, Vodz of Vilchyc Clan
  6. seems it is missing its essential companion piece, Stones.
  7. "The Father's ranks shall grow wiser with a sage like her there to guide them." Alric comments to High Keeper Grigori at the Hearth Temple.
  8. Descension & Deliverance The Northern isles of Thales, a land united as Norland by Vykk ‘the Founder’ Volaren, was in peril. Nature, corrupted by vile Voidal influence, had elongated the length of the winter, as the moon cycled the snows of winter remained, the lakes and shores unmoving as ice, hard as iron, covered the waters which many depended upon. The chieftains of the many clans and peoples would send men South, before the blizzards would completely isolate the Northern isles, to build for the Norlanders a fleet to seek new refuge. With many Norlanders sent South, the rest remained, to survive the endless winter which cursed their home. The first to die were the outsiders, those who claimed no clans nor people and denied Vykk’s efforts for unity, for during the summer months they could only reap the harvest of one man. After two cycles of the moon, the outsiders would either find common cause with the Norlanders or perish. Next were the old or sick, the ones who could not be looked after or continue to feed upon what may better be used by the young. Oftentimes they would depart their homes, giving their families final farewells, and wander into the unending blizzards which had cursed the isles. Eventually word reached the Chieftains of Norland, the fleet was completed but poor tides and worse storms had forstopped the fleet upon the Eastern coast of the Isles, twelve leagues from the Norlandic town. The Exodus began, the Norlandic people sought one to guide them through the harsh terrain and elected one man, Thoromir Armhank. In the land of endless winter, upon the accursed isles, the Norlandic people marched. The people took what belongings they could carry, foodstuffs and valuables, but nothing would prepare them for the greatest peril of the journey East. Halfway through the journey, after one day and one night, the column of Norlanders was beset upon by what many now call the Great Blizzard. It is said that during the height of the misery the harsh winter storm caused the many gods of the North had died or abandoned their followers, as the Night had swallowed them, and their power no longer had any sway upon the mortal coil. Others believed that, rather than the gods, they themselves had been swallowed by the Night, as the day had shortened to but two hours. Whatever the case, we know that the northmen were dwindling in number each day the Great Blizzard blew for the winds were so strong and the ice filled the air, no man could kindle a flame for more than two seconds, and the embers would snuff out before the blink of an eye. In these conditions, the marchers could not survive for long. As the moon stood tall above the Norlanders, the sun had only shone thrice for two hours at a time, babes were starved in their cribs and fathers gave themselves to the Night so their sons may be unburdened by their presence, and Thoromir, tasked with the safe passage of these people could not bear to see any more death. Thoromir set out before the snow logged tent, in the short light of the fourth day he stood before his people and before the gods and prayed. It is said he invoked the names of hundreds of gods, ancient and contemporary, and as the moon gazed down upon Thoromir, he continued his prayers for the deliverance of his people. As the night drew on, the lips of Thoromir quaked, yet he persisted, stammering out prayer after prayer, before coming to the final god he could recall. Some of the Norlanders called Him the Red Lord, others Rethiael, and to others the Dawnlord, Thoromir after these events took to calling Him the Father for, he had given the Norlandic folk guidance and discipline. Nevertheless, as the final word passed Thoromir’s tongue, an ember would fall before Thoromir, then another, and soon before Thoromir a hail of embers, burning little things, would be followed by His descension. He spoke a few words to Thoromir, setting forth His Tenets, now known as the Tenets of the Father, before imparting His glorious boon unto Thoromir and the Norlandic folk. A flame, which melted the snow and ice away, even in the darkest hour of that winter night. He quickly vanished, returning to his Realm, the Father’s Halls which stand about all Creation. The clans rallied about Thoromir and dubbed him ‘the Herald’ as he used the flame to ignite a great many torches and guided his people to the Eastern shores where the Norlandic fleet awaited them eagerly. At their reunion, the story of what transpired but a night previous spread like fire, the sailors would listen well and all who heard would thereon commit themselves to the Tenets of the Father and follow their Herald's teachings; for only the Father answered Thoromir’s prayer.
  9. Alric inspects the document he takes a moment study the trials before continuing his preparations to become a Hearth Brother.
  10. You aren't wrong, a more defined concept with examples of toxicity can allow the staff rulings to hold more weight as rather than getting banned for toxic behavior someone would be banned for a specific instance(s) that can be cited. Makes things less arbitrary.
  11. I do have another question in regard to history posts. What if a player doesn't want to be mentioned in a history post on the forums even though their character may have done a crazy big thing in the past? I think the rule is great if applied properly as it will lower forum toxicity however there is a difference between posting someone's skin, character name, and other details for a meta-game bounty poster and reciting a historical event in roleplay on the forums.
  12. Very nice to see rules are being worked on and refined. I agree with most that is said, I think most points here will limit forum toxicity. How do lair/settlement/nation accounts work, will they be effected by the "No sharing forum account info with other players"?
  13. Long have I waited for you to release this masterpiece to the unwashed and utterly unworthy masses.
  14. An old Norlandic man smiles at the news, he himself has never seen a Karaoke Night, but he hopes to attend this one.
  15. An old Norlandic man smiles at the officiation of the Chancellery's new building, "A step in the right direction, Asmund." he says to his friend.
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