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  1. --- “You must eat, Princess.” A plea that often echoed within the deafened walls of Baranya, the servants they hired trying desperately to keep the remaining alive, healthy. “He would not wish to see you this way” But he could no longer see. His eyes, stolen, would never gaze upon the sunrise as it moved slowly over the rolling hills of the nearby fields. His breath, visible upon a cold winters day, forever too frosted to heat the air. “Vy know niet of what he would want” Stefaniya found her tone uncharacteristically laced with malice. It was not right, she knew, to take her frustrations out upon those around her. They meant well, working tirelessly to keep her shell from fully hollowing, but she could not help but hear the echoing of their shoes upon the floor of the cabin. The same sound that enveloped her being when the news came. The sound would haunt her, did haunt her. Her dreams, her reality, the silence filled with footsteps, knocking, softly spoken words. The pity held within their gazes, that was the worst of it, for it signified that what the truth they came bearing was true. Alexander - her Alexander, would not return home. “I wished for him to stay with me, yet look at what has become of such a desire. He has left me, shattered, and alone. It is as if a piece of my very soul is missing, yet vy wish for me to what - eat soup?” “I do niet care for it - what reason do I have, now that he has gone, has passed the point of return? For what reason should I rise in the morning if he is niet there when I start my day? The only solace I may receive is found within sleep, yet I find myself too afraid to close my eyes, for I know that when I open them once more he will niet be there.” “I have begun to question the mercy of God himself, for if he was true and just he would have taken me with him. Ea would niet be sat upon this seat within our emptied home without him. Do niet lecture me on soup, or his wishes, I do not have the ear for it, Alexander made sure to take that as he left.” With the weight of her words levied yet again upon an unfortunate caretaker, the lone Bihar dismissed those present, left alone with her emptied home. “It should have been me, Alexander.”
  2. pov: llir with his new house
  3. My king I love you
  4. Stefaniya, the daughter of the mother of the daughter of the mother of the bride contemplated her actions, making a mental note to make it up to the mother of the daughter of the mother of the bride before the nuptials.
  5. Stefaniya, the daughter of the mother of the bride quickly rectified her grievous error, issuing invitations to the omitted pair.
  6. OSRANDUNG I KAROS AG DRAKON THE ROYAL AND APOSTOLIC WEDDING OF 534 E.S. Issued by the CROWN On this 17th day of Gronna ag Droba of 533 E.S. VA BIRODEO HERZENAV AG ELDERVIK, IN A GRAND SHOW OF AFFECTION, THE BOND OF CROW AND DRAGON SHALL BE SANCTIFIED THROUGH RITE OF MATRILINEAL MARRIAGE. The Princess Stefaniya Edvarda and Prince Alexander Caius remain true to one another, as they declare their intent to be wed under the watchful gaze of Godan in the coming year. The couple hopes those familiar will attend, as with the citizens of Haense and the Heartlander Confederation. To the Kingdom of Haense and its peers; His Grace, Garen Baruch, Duke of Valwyck and his noble pedigree @ferdaboy Her Grace, Tatiyana var Ruthern, Duchess of Vidaus and her noble pedigree @Mady The Most Honourable, Henrik-Otto Ludovar, Margrave of Kvasz and his noble pedigree @HogoBojo The Right Honourable, Mikhail Colborn, Count of Malkovya and his noble pedigree @Kaladin Stormblessed The Honourable, Karl Weiss, Viscount of Novkursain and his noble pedigree @CasChaos The Honourable, Henrik Amador, Viscount of Zvezlund and his noble pedigree @critter His Honourable, Erik Kortrevich, Viscount of Krusev and his noble pedigree @erictafoya Her Ladyship, Galina Godunov, Baroness of Verskaya and her noble pedigree @esotericas Her Ladyship, Rezalisa Kovachev, Baroness of Kovgrad and her noble pedigree @UnBaed To the Heartlander Confederation and its peers; His Apostolic Majesty, Charles II, King of Aaun and his royal pedigree @Olox_ Her Royal Majesty, Adalia I, Queen-Regnant of the Petra and her royal pedigree @mothsthetic His Serene Highness, Johannes von Alstreim, Prince of Merryweather and his noble pedigree @Balthasar The Most Noble, Aurel von Theonus, Duke of Vohenheim and his noble pedigree @Tremerus The Right Honorable, Siegmund von Reuss, Margrave of Velen and his noble pedigree @Timer The Honorable, Krzysztof Jazlowiecki, Count of Warsovia and his noble pedigree @Traveller The Honorable, Wilford and Atticus Reinhold, Counts of Anairgrid and their noble pedigree @Hom The Honorable, Friedrich von Augusten, Count of Hohengarten and his noble pedigree @DuhPuhWuh The Honorable, Emilio Varoche, Count of Ves and his noble pedigree @Enlightenment The Lord, Leon de Ardennes, Baron of Gotfridcher and his noble pedigree The Lord, Aimo Astor, Baron of Fir’steinn and his noble pedigree @ColdestPepsi To the allies of the Kingdom of Haense and their peers; His Holiness, Caius I, High Pontiff of the Church of the Canon @MadOne His Royal Majesty, Alexander II, King of Balian and his royal pedigree @Harold His Grandness, Thurgrim Silverbraid, Grand King of Urguan and his royal pedigree @CharlestheDwarf Her Royal Majesty, Iryne Ibarellan, Princess of Celia’nor and her royal pedigree @Sailor His Royal Highness, Alfred I, Prince in Reinmar and of Sutica and his royal pedigree @Gandhi His Royal Highness, Leon II, Prince in Reinmar and of Minitz and his royal pedigree @BuilderBagel Her Highness, Ramona I, Princess of Hyspia and her royal pedigree @_mady07 Their Royal Highnesses, Franziska Elaine and Stefan Edvard, Duke and Duchess of Akovia @PerfectlyPeachy@Nolan_ Lady Maristela von Distrugere and her pedigree @esotericas Lord Belisar var Ruthern @Masouri Lord Stanis var Ruthern @frankdh GODANI JEST WIELKI, HER ROYAL HIGHNESS, Stefaniya Edvarda, Princess of Hanseti-Ruska, Duchess of Baranya HIS APOSTOLIC AND ROYAL HIGHNESS, Alexander Caius, Prince of Aaun HIS ROYAL MAJESTY, Ivan VIII, by the Grace of Godan, King of Hanseti and Ruska, Grand Hetman of the Army, Hochmeister of the Order of the Crow, Prince of Bihar, Dules, Lahy, Muldav, Slesvik, Solvesborg, and Ulgaard, Duke of Carnatia, and Vanaheim, Margrave of Korstadt, Rothswald, and Vasiland, Count of Alban, Alimar, Baranya, Graiswald, Karikhov, Karovia, Kaunas, Kavat, Kovachgrad, Markev, Nenzing, Siegrad, Torun, Toruv, Valdev, and Werdenburg, Viscount of Varna, Baron of Astfield, Buck, Esenstadt, Kraken’s Watch, Kralta, Krepost, Lorentz, and Rytsburg, Lord of the Westfolk, Protector and Lord of the Highlanders, etcetera. HER ROYAL MAJESTY, Nataliya of Ghaestenwald, Queen-Consort of Hanseti and Ruska, Grand Hetman of the Army, Hochmeister of the Order of the Crow, Princess-Consort of Bihar, Dules, Lahy, Muldav, Solvesborg, Slesvik and Ulgaard, Duchess-Consort of Carnatia and Vanaheim, Margravine-Consort of Korstadt, Rothswald, and Vasiland, Countess-Consort of Alban, Alimar, Baranya, Graiswald, Karikhov, Karovia, Kaunas, Kavat, Kovachgrad, Kvasz, Markev, Nenzing, Torun, Toruv, Valdev, and Werdenburg, Viscountess-Consort of Varna, Baroness-Consort of Esenstadt, Kraken’s Watch, Kralta, Krepost, Lorentz, Rytsburg, and Astfield, Lady of the Westfolk, Protector and Lady of the Highlanders, etcetera.
  7. Letter to the Royal Duma: ON THE MOVEMENT OF LIVESTOCK KRUSAE ZWY KONGZEM [!] an anonymous depiction of the Haeseni square, laden with sheep VA BIRODEO HERZENAV AG ELDERVIK, IN OUR UNWAVERING EFFORT TO PRESERVE THE ORDER AND CLEANLINESS OF OUR BELOVED CITY, we must address the recent disturbances caused by the unchecked movement of livestock within New Valdev. Recent events have seen sheep overtaking the city, destroying property, and defecating in public squares, posing a significant threat to both the hygiene and structural integrity of New Valdev. Such incidents create unnecessary work for the farming man of the realm, who would ordinarily source their own fertilisers from their own herds. Manure in the city plaza benefits no-one, and the cobbles shall not grow strong from them. To mitigate these issues, we propose the following regulations for immediate consideration: The Limitation of Livestock Peddling within New Valdev: In response to the recent disruptions to the city peace, we propose a limitation on the number of animals that may be moved within city limits. Specifically, individuals will be restricted to moving no more than three animals at any given time, unless they have obtained special permission expressly from the Crown. In tandem with the recently published letters, we suggest this fall under the jurisdiction of the Grand Maer, working with the responsibilities to maintain the appearance of the Crownlands and Capital, and aid the Crown with improvements to infrastructure. Implementing this regulation under the Grand Maer’s jurisdiction will help: 1. Preserve Public Order: Limiting the movement of livestock will prevent overcrowding and chaos within city limits, ensuring a more orderly and controlled environment. 2. Protect Property: By restricting the number of animals, we reduce the risk of property damage caused by livestock, safeguarding the investments and homes of our citizens. There are no stables or pens within the city grounds to house cattle nor livestock. 3. Maintain Cleanliness: Fewer animals within the city will result in a cleaner, more sanitary public space, free from the defecation and waste that currently blight our streets and squares. The menial sewer network currently laid beneath New Valdev’s ground only services houses and is not equipped to handle the volumes presented by excessive livestock. 4. Ensure Public Safety: Controlling livestock movement will mitigate the potential hazards that large numbers of animals can pose to pedestrians and other city dwellers, thereby enhancing overall public safety. For those needing to transport more than three animals, a special permit must be obtained from the Crown, ensuring that only those with a legitimate and necessary purpose are granted such an allowance. This measure strikes a balance between maintaining order and accommodating essential agricultural activities. IV JOVEO MAAN, HER ROYAL HIGHNESS, Princess Stefaniya Edvarda, Duchess of Baranya ALDERMAN, Ratibor Radovanic, Herald of the Royal Court
  8. Letter to the Royal Duma: ON CITY ACCESSIBILITY KRUSAE ZWY KONGZEM [!] A depiction of New Valdev’s back gate VA BIRODEO HERZENAV AG ELDERVIK, IN OUR ONGOING EFFORTS TO ENHANCE THE LIVABILITY AND EFFICIENCY OF OUR BELOVED CITY, it has become evident that the current layout of our New Valdev's gates poses an unnecessary burden on our citizenry. The time spent navigating around the city due to the lack of accessible back entrances is a hindrance that should not be allowed to continue. I propose the following for immediate consideration: The Installation of Citizen Doors at the Back Gates of New Valdev: In recognition of the need to enhance accessibility and convenience for our residents, I propose the installation of additional doors at the back gates of the city. This initiative, managed under the jurisdiction of the Grand Maer, will ensure that our citizens can move freely and efficiently, without the unnecessary detour around the city. Ch. IX.V. of the Jura I Kongzem states that the Grand Maer's responsibilities are to: iii. Maintain the appearance of the Crownlands and Capital, and aid the Crown with improvements to infrastructure. Adding these citizen doors, we align with the Grand Maer’s mandate to improve the infrastructure of the Capital. This initiative will enhance mobility, boost productivity, improve quality of life, and encourage civic engagement; increased accessibility will encourage greater participation in civic activities and community events, strengthening the social fabric of our city. In light of these considerations, I urge the Duma and the Grand Maer to act swiftly in implementing this proposal. The addition of citizen doors to the back gates of New Valdev is a practical and necessary step towards creating a more accessible, efficient, and thriving city. IV JOVEO MAAN, HER ROYAL HIGHNESS, Princess Stefaniya Edvarda, Duchess of Baranya
  9. Letter to the Royal Duma: ON PUBLIC DISPLAYS OF AFFECTION KRUSAE ZWY KONGZEM [!] A depiction of two Haeseni lovers found itself attached. VA BIRODEO HERZENAV AG ELDERVIK, IN OUR ENDURING MISSION TO UPHOLD THE SANCTITY OF OUR NATION, we must address behaviours that threaten the foundation of our societal values. Ripe among these sits the public show of affection, a practice which stands in stark opposition to the principles held so near. Public displays of affection, devoid of holy intent, not only undermine the decorum expected in our public spaces but also offend the divine sanctity that guides our nation. Such acts, if left unchecked, risk eroding the moral fabric of our society and leading our citizens away from the path of righteousness. I propose the following for immediate consideration: The Prohibition of Public Displays of Affection within New Valdev: In recognition of the affront to GOD that such actions represent, I propose a complete ban on any non-holy display of affection within public spaces within our reddened walls. Such shall be upheld under the jurisdiction of the Grand Maer. Ch. IX.V. of the Jura I Kongzem reads that the Grand Maer responsibilities are to: iii. Maintain the appearance of the Crownlands and Capital, and aid the Crown with improvements to infrastructure. Acts of intimacy, unless conducted within private institutions and with holy intent, shall be deemed unlawful, working against the appearance of the Capital. Offenders shall face appropriate penalties, reflecting the severity of their transgression against both divine law and societal expectations. By prohibiting public displays of affection, we uphold the sanctity of our public spaces and reinforce the moral standards that define our nation. This measure ensures that our citizens remain aligned with divine values, fostering a culture of respect and restraint. Serving as a reminder of our collective responsibility to maintain the dignity of our nation. IV JOVEO MAAN, HER ROYAL HIGHNESS, Princess Stefaniya Edvarda, Duchess of Baranya
  10. A shadow of grief loomed over Lesanov, its darkness pressing down upon Stefaniya with a suffocating weight. Since Anastasya’s passing, Nataliya had become a different person, her vibrant spirit replaced by a haunting sadness. The once warm and lively queen was now a figure of sorrow, her eyes hollow and distant. The young Bihar had always been content with her role, her station within the realm, but she now found herself elevated - recognized as a true crow. In a turn of grief towards affection, it was a bittersweet title, one that felt more a shackle than an honour. Nataliya, in her sorrow, clung to her niece with a desperate intensity. The princess found herself trapped in a role she had never asked for, living in the shadow of the true princess. She knew Nataliya meant well, but she couldn’t shake the feeling that she was merely a replacement, a constant reminder of what had been lost. The change in Nataliya was palpable. She wandered the halls at night, lost in her thoughts, often pausing by Anastasya’s empty chamber. During the day, she sought out Stefaniya, her touch gentle yet laden with unspoken sorrow. Each affectionate gesture and kind word felt as if they were meant for someone else, the love in Nataliya’s eyes overshadowed by grief. In rare moments of clarity, when Nataliya smiled faintly and looked at her with genuine affection, Stef clung to the hope that her aunt might find peace. But until then, she was caught in a bittersweet reality, bound by love and loss, forever living in the shadow of a memory.
  11. Letter to the Royal Duma: ON THE TRAITOROUS NUT KRUSAE ZWY KONGZEM VA BIRODEO HERZENAV AG ELDERVIK, RECENT EVENTS HAVE CAST A DARK SHADOW OVER OUR FAMILY, AND OUR BELOVED NATION IN EXTENSION. We must find ourselves compelled to take decisive action to safeguard the lives of our most cherished citizens. The Royal Family has found itself plagued by the threat of the walnut, its nutty aromas wafting through the halls, assaulting any Bihar it may claim for its nefarious intentions. Three crows have fallen victim to the hunt of the beast, with the most recent being our beloved Princess Anastasya Milena. These tragic losses have shaken the very foundations of our nation, and we must respond with measures that ensure such a grievous occurrence is never repeated. I propose the following legislation for immediate consideration and enactment: The prohibition of walnuts within the nation of Haense: In light of the fatal threat posed by walnuts to The Royal Family, I propose a complete ban on the possession, sale, and distribution of walnuts within the kingdom. Any who fail to abide by such regulations shall be deemed a traitor to the crown, their actions only indicating their wish for treason, and their intent to harm those within the royal bloodline. This measure is vital to prevent further tragedies and to protect the lives of our beloved royal family and any other citizens who may be at risk. I urge the Royal Duma to act swiftly in passing this legislation, thereby affirming our commitment to the protection of our royal family and the safety of all citizens of Haense. Let us not allow another life to be lost due to inaction. I trust that the gravity of this proposal will be recognized, and that the necessary steps will be taken to implement this critical safeguard. IV JOVEO MAAN, HER ROYAL HIGHNESS, Princess Stefaniya Edvarda, Duchess of Baranya THE WALNUT ACT “KRUSAE ZWY KONGZEM.” EA BYK ZWE ZANYOTSKER ZWEER EA TER PETRAVEZKER. “I WOULD HAVE PERISHED HAD I NOT PERSISTED.” INTRODUCTION To avoid any further harm to the Barbanov-Bihar bloodline, the crown shall ban walnuts from the entirety of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. AMENDMENT Ch. IV. “Regarding acts of treason and invasion” IV.VIV. Let he who peddles or possesses walnuts be branded a traitor to the realm and be guilty of Poisoning. Introduced in Duma by Stefaniya Barbanov-Bihar in 532 E.S.
  12. Letter to the Royal Duma: ON THE PRESERVATION OF THE QUEENS KRUSAE ZWY KONGZEM VA BIRODEO HERZENAV AG ELDERVIK, In the tapestry of our nation's history, each thread is woven with the names and deeds of Kings who have guided us through the ages. Yet, as we trace this illustrious lineage, we must acknowledge a glaring omission: the absence of our revered Queen Consorts from the Haurul Caezk. It is a gap that not only mars the completeness of our historical record but also risks consigning these remarkable women to the shadows of obscurity. We ask the Royal Duma to debate the following: The Addition of Queen Consorts to The Haurul Caezk: To rectify this historical oversight, we suggest the Crown enshrine the names and legacies of our queen consorts within the pages of the Haurul Caezk. These noble women, though not crowned sovereigns in their own right, have stood steadfastly by the side of their royal spouses, offering counsel, support, and unwavering devotion to the realm. By immortalising their names alongside those of our kings, we pay homage to their enduring influence and commemorate their invaluable contributions to the fabric of our society. Let us not allow the passage of time to diminish their rightful place in history, but instead, let us ensure that they are remembered and revered for generations to come. Let us strive for a future where the names of our monarchs are spoken with reverence and respect, and the legacies of our Queen Consorts are celebrated alongside that of their royal counterparts. In honouring the past, we ensure a legacy worthy of emulation for generations yet unborn. IV JOVEO MAAN, HER ROYAL MAJESTY, Nataliya of Ghaestenwald, Queen-Consort of Hanseti and Ruska, Grand Hetman of the Army, Hochmeister of the Order of the Crow, Princess-Consort of Bihar, Dules, Lahy, Muldav, Solvesborg, Slesvik and Ulgaard, Duchess-Consort of Carnatia and Vanaheim, Margravine-Consort of Korstadt, Rothswald, and Vasiland, Countess-Consort of Alban, Alimar, Baranya, Graiswald, Karikhov, Karovia, Kaunas, Kavat, Kovachgrad, Kvasz, Markev, Nenzing, Torun, Toruv, Valdev, and Werdenburg, Viscountess-Consort of Varna, Baroness-Consort of Esenstadt, Kraken’s Watch, Kralta, Krepost, Lorentz, Rytsburg, and Astfield, Lady of the Westfolk, Protector and Lady of the Highlanders, etcetera. HER HIGHNESS, Stefaniya Barbanov-Bihar THE AMAYAN ACT “KRUSAE ZWY KONGZEM.” EA BYK ZWE ZANYOTSKER ZWEER EA TER PETRAVEZKER. “I WOULD HAVE PERISHED HAD I NOT PERSISTED.” INTRODUCTION To rectify historical oversight, the Crown shall enshrine the names and legacies of our queen consorts within the pages of the Haurul Caezk. These noble women, though not crowned sovereigns in their own right, have stood steadfastly by the side of their royal spouses, offering counsel, support, and unwavering devotion to the realm. AMENDMENT Section I.IV of the Haurul Caezk will be amended. It shall read: I.IV. The Koengraeken shall commemorate the reigning monarchs and consorts of the Kingdom, and they shall be: i. Petyr I “the Founder,” born Petyr var Sigmar Barbanov, reigning 131-135 E.S. ii. Andrik II “the Winter King,” born Andrik Otto var Petyr Barbanov, reigning 135-139 E.S. iii. Marius I “the Good,” born Marus var Andrik Barbanov, reigning 139-164 E.S. iv. Petyr II “the Poxed,” born Petyr Mark var Marus Barbanov, reigning 164-164 E.S. v. Stefan “the Green,” born Stefan Karl var Marus Barbanov, reigning 164-177 E.S. vi. Otto I “the Hero of Asaili,” born Otto Henrik var Andrik Barbanov, reigning 177-177 E.S. vii. Otto II “the Prudent,” born Otto Georg var Otto Barbanov, reigning 177-197 E.S. viii. Otto III “the Builder,” born Otto Stefan var Otto Barbanov, reigning 197-208 E.S. ix. Karl II “the Stubborn,” born Karl Marus var Otto Barbanov, reigning 208-219 E.S. x. Franz II “the Unfortunate,” born Franz Jakob var Heinrik Bihar, reigning 219-219 E.S. xi. Sigmar I “the Short,” born Sigmar Lothar var Robert Bihar, reigning 219-235 E.S. xii. Robert I “the Kind,” born Robert Lothar var Sigmar Lothar, reigning 235-260 E.S. xiii. Marius II “the Brash,” born Marus Demetrius var Robert Bihar, reigning 260-272 E.S. xiv. Andrik III “the Unyielding,” born Andrik Lothar var Marus Bihar, reigning 272-299 E.S. xv. Andrik IV “the Preserver,” born Andrik Petyr var Andrik Bihar, reigning 299-306 E.S. xvi. Sigismund II “the Soldier,” born Otto Sigismund var Andrik Bihar, reigning 306-329 E.S. xvii. Josef I “the Temperate,” born Josef Sigismund var Otto Bihar, reigning 329-359 E.S. xviii. Henrik II “the Stern,” born Henrik Karl var Josfer Bihar, reigning 359-391 E.S. xix. Sigismund III “the Golden,” born Sigismund Karl var Henrik Bihar, reigning 391-426 E.S. xx. Karl III “the Lion,” born Karl Sigmar var Sigismund Bihar, reigning from 426-458 E.S. xxi. Georg I “the Summer King,” born Georg Sigismund var Karl Bihar, reigning from 458 E.S-482 E.S. xxii. Aleksandr II “the Conqueror,” born Aleksandr Otto var Georg Bihar, reigning from 482 E.S-521 E.S. i. Reza Kovachev van Turov “the First,” consort to Andrik II, reigning 135-139 E.S. ii. Adelajda Ruthern van Metterden “the Deceitful,” consort to Marus I, reigning 148-164 E.S. iii. Elizaveta Staunton van Courland “the Loathed,” consort to Stefan I, reigning 166-172 E.S. iv. Katherina Kovachev van Karnatiya “the Unsung,” consort to Otto I, reigning 177-180 E.S. v. Eleanor d’Amaury van Lotharingiya “the Astute,” consort to Otto II, reigning 180-197 E.S. vi. Iyngrid Sarkozic van Ulgaard “the Good,” consort to Otto III, reigning 197-208 E.S. vii. Tatyana Ruthern van Metterden “the Blue,” consort to Franz II, reigning 219 E.S. viii. Sofiya Chivay van Kastir “the Fair,” consort to Sigmar I, reigning 223-235 E.S. ix. Elizaveta Ruthern van Vidaus “the Simple,” consort to Robert I, reigning 235-260 E.S. x. Klaudiya Vanir van Vasiland “the Shrewd,” consort to Marus II, reigning 261-272 E.S. xi. Milena Carrion van Adria “the Red,” consort to Marus II, reigning 279-295 E.S. xii. Maya Alimar van Muldav “the Brazen,” consort to Andrik IV, reigning 299-306 E.S. xiii. Viktoriya Ruthern van Metterden “the Warrior Queen,” consort to Sigmund II, reigning 219-329 E.S. xiv. Isabel Baruch van Valwyck “the Candid,” consort to Josef I, reigning 339-359 E.S. xv. Mariya Amador van Aurveldt “the Young,” first consort to Heinrik II, reigning 362-368 E.S. xvi. Annika Vyronov van Astfield “the Traditionalist,” second consort to Heinrik II, reigning 376-390 E.S. xvii. Emma Kortrevich van Jerovitz “the Golden,” consort to Sigismund III, reigning 390-425 E.S. xviii. Amadea Basrid van Susa “the Formidable,” consort to Karl III,, reigning 425-457 E.S. xix. Esfir Kortrevich van Jerovitz “the Heir,” first consort to Georg I, reigning 457-472 E.S. xx. Sofia Pelear van Hyspia “the Unknown,” second consort to Georg I, reigning 475-481 E.S. xxi. Amaya Colborn van Venzia “the Pure,” consort to Aleksandr II, reigning 481-521 E.S. Introduced in Duma by Stefaniya Barbanov-Bihar in 530 E.S.
  13. Letter to the Royal Duma: ON THE MONOPOLISATION OF PAPER KRUSAE ZWY KONGZEM VA BIRODEO HERZENAV AG ELDERVIK, In the pursuit of maintaining the sovereignty and integrity of our beloved nation, it has come to our attention that certain commodities, though seemingly innocuous, hold the potential to impact the stability and security of our realm. Chief among these is the trade in paper, a humble yet indispensable resource that forms the cornerstone of our administrative, cultural, and educational endeavours. We propose legislation that restricts the sale of paper within Haense, reserving this vital commodity exclusively to the Crown and its council to cultivate and sell. This measure is not one of arbitrary control, but rather a safeguarding of our nation's interests and a strategic manoeuvre to ensure the responsible management of this resource for the benefit of all our citizens. The rationale behind such legislation is multifaceted: 1. Security: Paper, in its various forms, often contains sensitive information vital to the functioning of our government and the protection of our citizens. By centralising its distribution under the auspices of the Crown and its council, we mitigate the risk of unauthorised access and safeguard against potential breaches of confidentiality. 2. Quality Assurance: By monopolising the sale of paper, we can establish and enforce rigorous quality standards, ensuring that all paper used within our borders meets the requisite criteria for durability, archival stability, and environmental sustainability. This not only enhances the efficacy of our administrative processes but also reflects our commitment to excellence in all facets of governance. 3. Economic Stability: By controlling the supply of paper, we can stabilise market fluctuations and prevent speculative practices that may lead to artificial scarcity or price gouging. This ensures that paper remains affordable and accessible to all sectors of society, thereby fostering economic equity and social cohesion. 4. Cultural Preservation: Paper is not merely a utilitarian commodity but a vessel for the preservation and transmission of our cultural heritage. By entrusting its distribution to the custodianship of the Crown and Its council, we affirm our commitment to preserving and promoting the rich tapestry of Haeseni culture for future generations. In light of these considerations, we urge the Royal Duma to deliberate upon and enact legislation that formalises the exclusive right of the Crown and its council to sell paper within Haense. This measure, far from being a constraint on individual liberties, is a proactive step towards ensuring the prosperity, security, and cultural vitality of our nation. IV JOVEO MAAN, HER HIGHNESS, Stefaniya Barbanov-Bihar THE MOST HONOURABLE, Henrik-Otto Ludovar, Margrave of Kvasz JURASZ VE KOENGZ DUMA “KRUSAE ZWY KONGZEM.” EA BYK ZWE ZANYOTSKER ZWEER EA TER PETRAVEZKER. “I WOULD HAVE PERISHED HAD I NOT PERSISTED.” INTRODUCTION To protect the state of the treasury of the crown, this bill defines those who perform the wrongful act of selling paper within the nation of Haense to be thieves of the Crown. Addition Section VII.VIII will be added to the Haurul Caezk. It shall read: Ch. VII. “Regarding theft, trespass, and general menace” VII.VIII. Let he who wrongfully administers the distribution of paper upon Haeseni land be guilty of theft. Introduced in Duma by Stefaniya Barbanov-Bihar and Henrik-Otto Ludovar in 529 E.S
  14. A certain acquaintance of Ruben was pleased by his title, or rather she would be, were she able to read. Alas, the lone Maudlin Baruch continued on, unaware of the goings on as she perused the country side, once again lost to the unknown paths.
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