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  1. Royal Writ of Ennoblement Issued and Confirmed by His Royal Majesty, the King of Hanseti-Ruska Andrew III Lothar, Iv Joveo Ehr 8th of Horen’s calling, 1724 VA BIRODEO HERZENAV AG EDLERVIK, Under the Majesty and Grace of GOD, The Royal Throne rewards the service of our leal subject,Wilheim Barclay, with titular enfeoffment to the Barony of Freising. They and their legitimate issue are enjoined to maintain the law of Our realm, to abide peacefully by Our rule, and to rise to Our defense when necessary. IV JOVEO MAAN, His Royal Majesty, King Andrew III of Hanseti and Ruska, Grand Hetman of the Army, Prince of Kusoraev, Dules, Ulgaard, Lahy, Sorbesborg and Slesvik, Grand Duke of Vanderfell, Margrave of Rothswald, Count of Karikhov, Baranya, Kvasz, Kavat, Karovia, Kovachgrad, Torun, Turov, and Kaunas, Baron of Valwyk, Venzia, Esenstadt, Krepost and Kralta, , Lord of Alban, Reza, Markev, Lord of the Westfolk, Protector of the Highlanders, etcetera
  2. LAWONZKYA AG DEKRETZ VOR KONGZEM EDAELEO AG KUSORAEV ☨ The Laws, Rights, and Decrees of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska Index Preamble Defining the Crown The Laws of the Realm The Book on Marriage The Book on Inheritance The Book on Land and Property The Book on Agriculture The Book on Commerce The Book on Crimes The Book on Judicial Procedure The Book on Execution of Judgements The Rights and Duties of Nobility The Rights and Duties of GentryI. The Rights and Duties of Burghers and Peasantry The Rights and Duties of Burghers and Peasantry Lexicon Preamble Since the foundation of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska in the year of our lord 1578 the largely feudal state of the highlanders has gone without a clear definition on the duties and rights of its people and has for decades followed the definition given by heartlander states and imperials without a regard to our own culture. This document is to ensure that the rights and duties of the nobility and gentry of Haense is clearly specified according to the Highlander spirit and history, that the rights of a commoner within our great kingdom is outlined based on its social and feudal status, combined with a clear definition on our legal system and laws. Defining the Crown The legitimacy of all legal and juridical framework originates first within the power of the Crown. For as GOD ordains men to wield the authority over men, the office of kingship derives first as a divine mandate. In this regard, the authority of the Crown is invested upon the accession of each lawful successor to exercise the temporal duties of a harmonious realm in the name of the Seven Skies. Where the ordained men of the faith place their confidence as GOD’s elect to devolve the rights and prerogatives of royalty and kingship, the man who is coronated in the presence of his peers with the Seven Skies as the divine witness is placed above all other stations and exercises an extraordinary charism to govern the realms entrusted to him by ancestral right. This power vested onto him is unalienable, thusly indissoluble from his person and lineage. In the investiture of this charism to rule, the Crown and the king to whom it is bestowed is compelled by all the powers of the heavenly emanations to convey the virtues of the Exalted and maintain the ordinance of the One whom this authority derives. Furthermore, the Crown rests above all, established by divine orders, and charged with dispensing justice, peace, and unity among his subjects for perpetuity. Regarding the authority of the King The supreme authority of all justice, legal, military and governing is that of His Majesty, the King. The Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska remains within that of an absolute monarchy and his authority is not to be questioned. The King may as he will increase or reduce the Crown authority, restricting the rights of his people and nobility accordingly. As this law is enacted the current state of Crown authority is considered that of High. The King only responds to the authority of that of His Imperial Majesty, the Holy Orenian Emperor or that of GOD and his representative on Arcas. The High Pontiff. No other man shall command any authority over the Crown of Hanseti-Ruska. Throughout the Realm, all its citizens are to pledge fealty to the Dual Crown of Hanseti-Ruska and its lawful King who according to the laws of inheritance has been granted the Crown. The King shall always love and fear GOD and no man who is not a follower of the Canonist Faith may assume the mantle of Kingship. If the King inherits his titles before the age of fourteen he shall be under regency of his Lord-Palatine until then. If there is no Lord-Palatine the regency falls down accordingly. Royal Exchequer - Lord Speaker - Lord Justiciar - Lord Marshal -Lord Kastellan - Lord Seneschal. The King has the right to assemble any citizen of the Realm to serve as his councillor in the Aulic council. The King has the right and authority to dub any citizen of the Realm to a knight at his own behest, he also has the right to choose that of a Knight-Paramount to serve as the Commander of the Marian Retinue. With this the King also reserves the right to ennoble any family within the realm and grant them royal letters of peerage. The King has the right to strip any noble, gentry or commoner of his lands, titles and property with valid cause. With this he also has the right to strip any noble house of its status and reduce them to that of burgher or peasantry class. The King has the right to take any man to serve as his squires and pages. To train them according to the rules of chivalry and have them as his personal retainer. The King shall always hold the dual crown of Hanseti and Ruska. Two titles that shall be passed down and not being able by any right to be granted to any other man or woman. Whomever the King decides to marry shall be made Queen-Consort of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska and serve the realm at the behest of the King. The Crown shall be inherited according to the rules of Agnatic Primogeniture succession. Where the oldest Son inherits, if there is no living sons the closest direct male relative shall inherit. If no direct male relative exists the titles shall pass on to that of the sons of women directly related to the monarch. The King has the authority to call his nobles and order them to raise that of levies during times of conflict and war, if so any noble refusing to do such shall be called to trial for treason. The maximum punishment being Death. The King has the authority to alter, veto and revoke any legislation passed either by Royal decree or that of the Royal Duma. With this he also has the authority to at his own behest disassemble the Duma if needs be as they serve on his behest. The King has the authority to increase or decrease the Crown Authority and thusly alter this legislation. Any altering to this must be done through Royal Decree. LAWONZKYA VOR BIRODAL The Laws of the Realm The Book on Marriage The Book on Marriage defines all the rights, rules and laws regarding that of a legal marriage within the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska and is to be upheld by all its citizens. The laws of the Book on Marriage has heavily taken into account the values and virtues upheld by that of the Canonist Faith and the core principles of the Archdiocese of Jorenus. Ch. I. Regarding the rights of the Guardian and request of marriage I.I.§. If a man would wish to wed, then he shall request it to the woman’s guardian, he shall not with force or secrecy lure the woman into marriage. I.II.§. By right the father shall be the woman’s guardian and mother to give advice. Shall the father be deceased the right of guardian pass onto the mother that shall with friends consult the marriage. Shall both father and mother be deceased the right of guardian passes onto the closest male relative. I.III.§. Shall there be a dispute between that of the right of the guardian then the matter is to be brought to the court of the Lord-Justiciar and individually trialed. I.IV.§. There shall be no force or violence regarding the question of marriage. The man shall without any violence find a suitable agreement with the guardian of the woman and thusly both shall consent to the marriage. I.V.§. A man and woman may not be married without the written or oral approval of the guardian, if a marriage takes place without this then it shall be taken to the court of the Lord-Justiciar and trialed. I.VI.§. A man and woman may not be married before the age of sixteen and the marriage shall not be allowed to be consummated until the age of eighteen. I.VII.§. A woman without a proper guardian can request any elder male such as a friend or official of the realm to act as her guardian during the act of a betrothal. However this can only be done she has no living male relatives. Ch. II. Regarding who you may marry and situations where you may forcibly be wed II.I.§. A man may not take a woman as his wife if she is one of the following, daughter, granddaughter or great granddaughter and so on. Thusly a man may also not take a woman as his wife is she is mother, grandmother, great grandmother and so on. II.II.§. A man may not marry any woman that is any of the following, his sister, niece, aunt or great aunt. II.III.§. A man and woman are not allowed to be married if they are first cousins, exceptions can be made if written consent is given from His Majesty, the King, the Archbishop of Jorenus or his Holiness the High Pontiff. II.IV.§. Any man is not to take as his bride the widow of his son, grandson and so on. He may neither take the widow of his father, grandfather and so on. The same with the widow of his uncles or great uncles and so on. II.V.§. You are not allowed to marry that of any step-siblings by that of your stepmother, her mother, great grandmother and so on. II.VI.§. A man is not allowed to marry that of your in-laws in according to her mother, her sister, her cousin or her daughter. Exceptions can be made by written consent given from His Majesty, the King, the Archbishop of Jorenus or his Holiness the High Pontiff. II.VII.§. All said here about the man and husband is also included into that of the woman, the wife. But with that of the masculine form. II.VIII.§. People considered as in-laws is any kin related by blood to that of the husband or wife. Such as but not excluded to the father, mother, brother, sister, cousins, nephews, nieces, uncles and aunts. II.IX.§. Those who has bedded and conceived a child before that of marriage may forcibly be wed by demand of the guardian, however should the man refuse the matter shall be brought to court and trialed. The maximum punishment being that of the man having to pay the full dower, dowry and forced to one saint’s hours in the stockade, for public humiliation. The woman may have her child removed from her to be granted to the guardians legal right and sent to convent for reschooling within the chastity of the Canonist faith. Ch. III Regarding betrothal, engagement and marriage III.I.§. Shall a betrothal occur, two witnesses must be present to verify that the man and guardian has come to terms. One from that of the man and another from that of the guardian. If the betrothal is arranged in any other form the betrothal may be considered null and the man and guardian may be presented to a fine of three hundred minas. And an equally sized donation is to be made to the church. III.II.§. A written document with the guardians signed consent may also be valid evidence to that of a legitimate betrothal. III.III.§. Shall a person impersonate that of a guardian to establish a betrothal. The offender shall be put to trial and the maximum punishment is that of a five hundred minas fine and one saints hour in the stockade for public humiliation. III.IV.§. Shall a man and woman arrange a betrothal without that of the proper proceedings and consent of her guardian, the man shall be brought to court and trialed. The maximum punishment being that of having to pay damages to that of the guardian, with a maximum set amount of one thousand minas based on social standing and an hour in the stockade for public humiliation. III.V.§. Once a betrothal has occurred an engagement feast is to be held and arranged by that of the guardian, to celebrate the betrothal. During that feast gifts are to be presented to the betrothed, such as but not limited to furs, silk, minas and jewelry. Shall one of the betrotheds pass the surviving one shall retain and keep these gifts, should both pass the gifts are to be granted to that of the woman’s family. III.VI.§. If either the man or guardian would break the betrothal all engagement gifts are to be granted to the offended party and the offended party may bring the matter to court and damages up to one thousand minas based on social status may be paid. III.VII.§. The betrothal ends with the act of the wedding and can only be considered lawful if the ceremony is conducted by an ordained minister of the Canonist church. If a person is to impersonate a minister of the canonist church to conduct a wedding the offender is to be brought to court and stand trial. The maximum punishment being that of death. III.VIII.§. Once the wedding ceremony and following feast has been conducted the closest kin of the husband and bride shall accompany the two in a bedding ceremony. However, if the bride and groom would be under the age of eighteen the bedding ceremony is to take place once both has turned into legal age. If the ceremony does not take place the marriage may be considered invalid due to the lack of confirmation of consummation. III.IX.§. Shall the groom or bride run away from wedding the person can forcibly be returned and the marriage continue. If either party would refuse the groom or guardian may be brought to court for trial. The maximum punishment being that of paying the dower or dowry and damages to the offended party up to one thousand minas based on social status. III.X.§. Men born out of noble blood are disallowed to marry that of a non human woman such as elves, dwarves, orcs or other races. Nor may they marry any person not following that of the canonist faith. Ch. IV Regarding children born out of wedlock IV.I.§. A child born outside of marriage or betrothal shall be considered a bastard and lack any right of inheritance or legality within the realm. To legitimize a child born outside of betrothal or wedlock a royal decree must be published by the King, legitimizing the offspring. However this may only be done on those born out of noble blood. IV.II.§. A child born outside of wedlock but during betrothal may be considered legitimate once the marriage has been consummated and a fine of five hundred minas has been paid to the crown and another five hundred to that of the church as a donation. IV.III.§. Shall the woman bear a child to that of another man except the husband or betrothed the man shall be granted damages up to two thousand minas based on social status and the dower to be repaid or returned. The woman may be brought to court to stand trial for adultery. The maximum punishment would be a saints hour in the stockade for public humiliation, the shaving of one's head and to be sent to a convent to be reschooled within chastity of the Canonist faith. IV.IV.§. Shall the man spurn a child to that of another woman except the wife or betrothed the woman or guardian shall be granted damages up to one thousand minas based on social statusThe man may be brought to court to stand trial for adultery. The maximum punishment would be that of a saints day of prison labour and castration if the offense is repetitive. Ch. V Regarding unlawful weddings and betrothals V.I.§. If a woman would wed a man without the consent of her guardian. Her family has the right to disown and disinherit her. The man would be able to be brought to court and trialed. The maximum punishment would be that of a fine up to five hundred minas based on social status. V.II.§. If a man under guardianship of the same woman would be betrothed without the consent of the guardian he has the right to ensure that both would be disinherited and break the betrothal. V.III.§. Shall a wedding occur without the guardians approval, the guardian can validate the marriage by a written document with the husband combined with dowry and dower paid. V.IV.§. Any man who takes a bride whilst being married to another shall be considered unlawful and brought to court for trial. The maximum punishment being that of twenty lashes. Ch. VI Regarding the rights of the married VI.I.§. Once a man and woman has married, the husband assumes all responsibility of her guardian and shall ensure that her needs are met according to her social status and to provide for her. VI.II.§. Once a man and woman has married, the wed gains the right to live with one another under the same roof and share bed. VI.III.§. If the pair is of noble or royal blood the woman shall assume the mantle of consort and gain the female equivalent of any title he would hold. Such as baroness, countess, duchess or princess. VI.IV.§ If the husband is of gentry the woman gains the right to be called Mam and live during his protection in gentrified status. Ch. VII Regarding the dower and the dowry VII.I.§. Before the day of the wedding the family of the groom is to pay an appropriate settled dowry to the bride’s family. This dowry is to be based on the social status of the bride and her guardian. VII.II.§. During the morning after the first night the groom is to present a dower to that of the bride directly, generally consisting but not excluded to minas, land deeds, jewelry and heirlooms. To ensure a proper inheritance incase of the husband's passing. VII.III.§. Shall a dowry or dower not be paid the guardian of the bride can bring the man to court and trial where the crown can force the man to pay a suitable dowry and dower, refusal to this would be met with fines and potentially a maximum punishment of a saint’s day of prison labour. The Book on Inheritance The Book on Inheritance defines and restricts all matters of inheritance from that to noble titles such as but not limited to barons, counts and dukes. It also regulates matters of inheritance of land, property, minas and that of written testaments by the deceased. The book also regulates that of disinheriting and what happens if there is on eligible individual to inherit. Ch I. Regarding inheritance of Nobility I.I.§. Any title within the peerage of the realm is to strictly follow that of agnatic primogeniture inheritance. Meaning that the oldest son to the holder inherits all titles, shall there be no sons any brothers will then inherit, nephews, uncles, cousins and if there is no direct male relatives to inherit it shall pass to that of sons to female kin. I.II.§. A noble lord may disinherit his children if he has legitimate cause to do such. The disinherited son or daughter may then bring the matter to court for a ruling by His Majesty, the King to restore inheritance if the cause is considered invalid. I.III.§. Gentry, advisory and honorary titles can and will never be inherited and are for the Crown to appoint new once the holder has passed. I.IV.§. With the inheritance of a title all duties and responsibilities are also passed to that of the person inheriting. Failure to comply with these may result in the titles reverting to the Crown. I.V.§. The lord may before his passing distribute minor titles to that of other sons and male kin however primary held titles and all land shall automatically be inherited to that of the oldest son. I.VI.§. Shall no living male kin exist the titles and land held by the house will revert to the Crown automatically. I.VII.§. Children born out of wedlock are considered bastards and shall therefore not inherit any titles, land or property. A lord may bring the matter of legitimization to the Court to have the bastard made legitimized and therefore initiated into the inheritance succession as a trueborn son or daughter. However only His Majesty, the King may rule on the matter. I.VIII.§. Nobles who has taken in other children into their custody shall not be allowed to adopt. Any child in the custody of a noble lord shall remain within their birth name and also not allowed to inherit any titles, lands or property of that of a lord. Noble families who tries adopts other children will be brought to court and trialed. The maximum punishment being that of their titles being stripped and two saints day of prison labour for the offender. I.IX.§. Only children that are of pure human breed are allowed to inherit any titles within noble peerage. Half breeds are struck out of the line of inheritance and can never retain the right of inheritance. Ch II. Regarding exemptions to inheritance II.I.§. Any housing owned within the confinements of royally chartered cities and settlements may not automatically be inherited. However a new deed with the new holder can be signed directly with a steward or other equivalent official. If not done the stewards shall seize the property and sell it to the highest bidder. II.II.§. Any landed lord can regulate the inheritance of any property such as housing within the borders of their land. II.III.§. Any man or woman may testament away ⅓ of all their material belongings to any individual that is a citizen of Haense, regardless of status. A testament must have the sigil or signature of the deceased and two witnesses to be considered valid. II.IV.§. The act of procuring a fake testament would be forgery and thusly punished according to the Book on Crimes. Forgery of the testament of a noble lord would have the maximum punishment of death. II.V.§. If one commits the act of murder to gain an inheritance the person commiting or ordering the deed will automatically be disinherited by royal decree. II.VI.§. If the deceased has any debt the estate shall be used to pay off any written debt. Once that has been done and signed by a city steward the remaining estate shall follow common inheritance laws. Shall no funds be available to pay off a debt it shall be inherited by the next of kin. Ch III. Regarding the rules of inheritance of common birth III.I.§. When a woman dies all of her belongings shall automatically be passed on to that of her husband. Shall there be no husband all inheritance shall pass on to her sons to be distributed equally. If she has no son her father shall inherit, after that her uncle, cousins, nephews or any living male kin. Shall no such exist it shall pass to her daughters or female kin. If there is no living kin nor testament the crown shall automatically be granted the inheritance. III.II.§. When a man dies all of his belongings shall automatically be passed on to that of his sons to be distributed equally. If he has no sons his father shall inherit, after that his uncle, cousins nephews or any living male kin. Shall no such exist it shall pass to his wife, daughters or female kin. If there is no living kin nor testament the crown shall automatically be granted the inheritance. III.III.§. If there is a dispute between the people inheriting the disputing parties may request assistance from the constabulary to settle the dispute. In that case the Crown’s verdict would be final and not able to appeal. III.IV.§. All cattle or other farm animals shall be inherited directly to the eldest son, if there is no son it shall pass to the closest living male relative. Shall no male relatives exist it passes to the local lord or Crown. III.V.§. An adopted child of a commoner shall always be considered after that of a trueborn child and therefore considered last in the line of inheritance. The Book on Land and Property The Book on Land and Property defines the rights of who may own what kind of land, housing and holdings. It also restricts and properly ensures that correct matters of construction shall take place and specifies the difference of the land owned by the noble lord, gentry and Crown. It also stipulates what may be built and who shall decide on matters regarding land disputes. Ch I. On property within a royal chartered settlement I.I.§. Owning property within the confinement of a royally chartered city that has walls would automatically grant you the status of burgher. This unless you already hold the status of gentry or noble. I.II.§. Any citizen owning property within a royally chartered settlement are as per follow never to do any modifications to its exterior, unless granted written approval by that of the High Steward or Lord Seneschal. I.III.§. All property within a royally chartered settlement can be evicted with an eviction notice of three saints day. Without cause on orders by the office of the High Steward and Lord Seneschal. I.IV.§. Any citizen owning property outside of the walls of a royal chartered settlement are granted the status of peasantry. I.V.§ All farmlands within the boundaries of royal lands are to be owned by the Crown and can be rented out to usage of those within peasantry status, except if already holding the status of gentry or noble. I.VI.§. Any citizen living in the crownlands can be taxed by the royal Crown, the taxation set and administered by the office of the lord seneschal. Ch II. On the landed Nobility II.I.§. Any noble lord can be granted land or the right to charter land by His Majesty, the King anywhere within the directly owned crownlands. II.II.§.A noble lord has the authority to construct either a keep or manor on his lands. This must be decided upon with the Lord Kastellan, if there is no Kastellan the matter is deferred to that of the Palatine. II.III.§. Within the noble lords land they reserve the right to tax any citizen living within the confinements of their boundaries. II.IV.§. The Crown may not tax any citizens living within these lands but may however tax that noble lord owning the land directly instead. II.V.§. Within the lands of a noble lord no towns or cities are allowed to be constructed without specific permission by royal decree. If broken the offender may be brought to court and trialed. Maximum punishment being that of a fine of five thousand minas, titles being seized and the land stripped. II.VI.§. The noble lord has the authority to ensure that the King’s and Emperor’s peace are both kept within the confinements of his borders and may request aid to do so from the office of the constabulary. II.VII.§. Any citizen living within the boundaries of the land of the noble lord are afforded the status of peasantry, except if already holding the status of gentry or noble. II.VIII.§. The Lord Kastellan is given full authority to oversee the realms of the lords by royal decree. Thus he may request and order the noble lord to take certain actions. These actions being the demolishing of a building, the increased taxation of the lord, the halting of construction and is to oversee architectural development of the region. II.IX.§. If one would be declared that of a Raubritter and his house can be stripped of all its titles, land and outlawed from the realm. Ch III. Regarding the responsibility of construction work III.I.§. All construction within the realm must be approved by the local authority. Which could be but not restricted to the lord seneschal, local lord, maer, bailiff or bursar. Construction without proper authority could be brought to trial and the maximum punishment being death. III.II.§. All construction sites must have a written down foreman to oversee its work. This person can be of any social standing and must be submitted through written form to the local authority. Failure to do so will see the construction suspended on order of the Lord Kastellan or Lord Seneschal. III.III.§. If construction is approved the local foreman appointed for the construction is solely responsible for the safety of his workers, shall a worker die due to related injuries in construction the foreman can be held accountable and brought to trial on the basis of manslaughter. The Book on Agriculture The Book on Agriculture regulates and stipulates the matters on how crops are to be cultured, harvested and who serves the right to harvest and grow crops. It also regulates what crops are allowed to be grown within what boundaries they may be used. The Book on Agriculture also includes legislation on that of hunting. Ch I. Regarding illegal crops and restrictions on cultivation and misuse of farm animals I.I.§. Any crop regarded that of hallucinogenic, such as certain mushrooms are strictly forbidden to grow within the realm. Punishment of growing these crops may be the max punishment of having your left hand removed. I.II.§. Harvest green is only allowed to be grown if given a written permission by that of a city official. It may only be grown for the purpose of dye making. Growing cactus green with the intent of consumption is punishable by having your left hand removed as maximum. I.III.§. Any seeds brought in to the realm from foreign lands are to be examined to ensure they are not harmful before being allowed to be grown on Haeseni farms. I.IV.§. Mixed crops may not be grown within the same field. Separation must occur for the farmland to be considered legally valid. If failed the offender may be brought to court and trialed. The maximum punishment being that of a fine of one thousand minas, land stripped or rental agreement torn. I.V.§. Any farm animals kept under extreme conditions and remain malnourished are to be seized by the crown and slaughtered. The person owning the animals can be brought to court and trialed. The maximum punishment being that of ones left hand removed and a fine of one thousand minas. I.VI.§. Any man bedding an animal does not only commit a damning sin but will also be arrested, brought to court and trial. The only punishment being that of death. Ch II. Regarding the usage of farmlands and farm animals II.I.§. To be allowed permission to tend farmlands for commercial usage one must be of the peasantry status. No other social classes are allowed to harvest fields for commercial use. However a peasant may not be allowed to directly peddle his wares within walled cities. II.II.§. Farm animals are allowed to be slaughtered for commercial usage by that of those of peasantry class, however they may not peddle their wares within walled cities. II.III.§. All farmlands within crown owned territory is automatically owned by the state, however peasants may rent the farms for usage where they tend to the land and pay their fee of usage by donating half of the proceeds either by material or minas to the crown. II.IV.§. Local Lords may themselves decide on who may tend to their farmlands, cattle and other farm animals. II.V.§. If a fire were to break out in the farmlands the person who tends the farms per usual will be held accountable, unless the fire is related to wartime or natural disaster. The maximum punishment of this would be that of having your left hand removed. II.VI.§. The extraction of honey from bees are to be kept at a distance from any major road by at least twenty feet. Failure to comply would result in having the land seized. II.VII.§. If a man is caught stealing or slaughtering that of any other man’s farm animals are to be arrested and brought to trial. The maximum punishment being that of death. II.VIII.§. Citizens of burgher status may not tend to farmlands for commercial usage but are however not restricted within selling the crops inside that of walled cities. Thus can buy crops from the peasantry’s land to later be sold within walled cities to the populace there. Ch III. Regarding hunting and fishing within the boundaries of the crownlands III.I.§. Fishing for commercial usage is allowed for any social class to do and is not restricted to that of peasantry. This can be done within the coastlines of the kingdom, rivers or lakes. III.II.§. To be allowed hunting within the realm one must be granted a royal permit by the master of the hunt. Hunting without that is considered poaching and the maximum punishment being that of death. III.III.§. Any hunting within lands owned by noble lords can be regulated with that of their own accord. However game meat sold within royally chartered cities must be regulated by the master of the hunt to ensure that it was not hunted within crownlands. III.IV.§. Furs brought down for hunting can be sold freely by any social class within walled cities due to the necessity of its content during winter. III.V.§. Any trade of meat, fur or other goods brought from that of poached animals will be considered equal to that of poaching and is punishable by death. The Book on Commerce The Book on Commerce regulates all trade, purchases and selling of any good within the realm. It stipulates who may trade what and issues a decree regarding the legality of chartered companies. It also regulates the import and export of the kingdom. Ch I. Regarding sales and purchases of goods I.I.§. Any trade is to be done without any force from either side and must be a consent from both parties for the purchase to be valid. I.II.§. Once a purchase has been made and both sides has shifted goods there shall be no return. The trade is then considered valid and can not be unmade unless both sides agree on a new trade. I.III.§. If a person is to sell goods that has been stolen the person can be considered to have committed the crime of fencing and can be brought to court and trialed. The maximum punishment being that of having both hands removed and branded as a thief. I.IV.§. If one is to peddle a ware that is broken without notifying the buyer of its defect one can be brought to court and trialed. The maximum punishment being that of returning the payment, a fine of five hundred minas and the removal of ones left hand. I.V.§. Shall one claim to have constructed a ware that someone else has made one can be convicted of forgery. The maximum punishment being that of having you left hand removed and the payment of damages up to one thousand minas based on social status. I.VI.§. A trade can be conducted by either two individuals shifting two goods against one another or through the usage of paying for a good with minas. I.VII.§. Trading in the purchase of men and women is considered slavery and is considered illegal and punishable by death. I.VIII.§. Any man or woman who trades in favours of carnal nature shall be considered that of a prostitute. A man doing such shall be punished by castration. Women shall have their hair shaved off and sent to live in a convent to be schooled in canonist teachings as penance. I.IX.§. All import and export of goods from outside of imperial borders must be verified to that of local stewards to ensure that no illegal goods are brought into the kingdom. I.X.§. The import and trading of any living and sentient being such as man, elf, orc, dwarf and halfling, commonly known as slavery shall considered unlawful and the maximum punishment shall be death. CH II. Regarding the chartering of trade companies II.I.§. Any company importing large amounts of wares and settled within the confinement of a walled city of the kingdom has the ability to petition His Majesty, the King or that of the Royal Duma to be granted the seal of royal charter. II.II.§. A royally chartered company has the full protection of that of the kingdom and also the rights to trade freely within both the realm and under the standard of the crown in foreign nations. II.III.§. The king may freely revoke any royal charter from a company without justification if needs be. However only the registered owners may dismantle the company. II.IV.§. A chartered company may petition to hold land under royal decree, this land shall be thusly known as a colony and be granted the same restrictions and rights to that of crownlands. II.V.§. To operate that of a chartered company its registered owner must be that of burgher, gentry or noble class. II.VI.§. A chartered company gains the rights to assemble that of its own retinue equivalent to that of a count to protect its goods and have these men equally serve as mercenaries, however they may not bear arms against those of the kingdoms allies, subjects or master. II.VII.§. A chartered company is required to pay a negotiated amount of its profit to the kingdom from all its endeavors. II.VIII.§. A chartered company may import and export goods freely without any restrictions or regulations from local stewardry. II.IX.§. Any ship or other vessel under the ownership of the company may freely use the standards of the crown as its colours whilst sailing and an attack on a ship of that property shall be considered an attack on the realm. The Book on Crimes The Book on Crimes affirms all criminal offences and the matter on which it shall be punished accordingly. Ranging from affairs of heresy, usage of magic, profane language to that of assault and murder shall be found within. All crimes are noted to that of Man but are equally to that of women. Ch. I. Regarding blasphemy and heinous acts against GOD I.I.§. Any man who with intent commits an act offensive against GOD, his saints, prophets and scriptures shall be arrested and punished with fifteen lashes. I.II.§.Any man who makes a mockery of GOD’s word shall be punished with ten lashes. I.III.§. Any man who is not a follower of the Canonist faith may not receive any citizenship. If one would denounce their canonist belief their citizenship would be stripped from them. Regardless of social standing. I.IV.§. Any man spreading a belief not that of the Canonist faith will be punished by having his tongue removed and marked with the branding of heresy lower arm. I.V.§. Any man cursing in the sanctity of a church or any other holy place will be punished with one saint’s hour in the stockade, to receive public shaming. I.VI.§ Any man attending a service held by that of an ordained minister of the Canonist church drunkenly shall be punished by ten lashes. I.VII.§. Any man who fornicate with someone of the same gender shall be considered unlawful and the maximum punishment being that of castration and penance. I.VIII.§. Any man who would have carnal relations with another person outside of the sanctity of marriage shall be considered a forincator and the maximum punishment being that of castration and penance. I.VIII.§. Any man who would take into his bed that of another person other than that of his lawfully wedded wife shall be considered that of an adulterer. The maximum punishment being that of castration and penance. I.IX.§. Any man who would bed that of his mother, sister, daughter, aunt, grandmother and so on shall be brought to court to stand trial for incestous relations. The punishment being that of castration and penance. Ch. II. Regarding the usage of magic, sorcery and witchcraft II.I.§. Any usage of magic or sorcery against someone to cause bodily harm shall be considered unlawful and will be punishable by death. II.II.§. All forms of dark arts such as but not limited to blood magic and mysticism are unlawful and the usage of such heretical magic will be punishable by death. II.III.§. All forms of witchcraft are considered unlawful and would be punishable by death. II.IV.§. Any usage of magic or sorcery to trick, manipulate or deceive someone shall be considered unlawful and will be punishable by death. II.V.§. All forms of magic users operating within that of royally chartered cities are requested to inform the local authorities of their presence and their doors are to be branded with the letter ‘M’. Failure to do so is punishable by a saint’s hour in the stockade for public shaming. Ch. III. Regarding treason and that of high treason III.I.§. Any man committing a deed of violence and aggression to that of the Realm, the Crown or the Royal family shall be considered that of a traitor and be brought to court and trialed for that of treason. The maximum punishment being that of all titles and land stripped and be executed by drawing and quartering. III.II.§. Any man partaking in the actions of aggression to the realm either by assisting or supplying the suspected traitor shall according to his judgement receive the same punishment to that of the traitor. III.III.§. Any noble or gentry with that of a sworn oath to His Majesty, the King who commits arms against the Crown shall be considered guilty to that of High Treason and be branded a traitor. The maximum punishment being that of having lands and titles stripped and executed by that of having ones armour smelted over his person. III.IV.§. Any man hiding that of a traitor or deliberately not sharing knowledge of his whereabouts shall be equally considered guilty and receive the same punishment to that of the convicted traitor. III.V.§. Any man sharing information from within that of his majesty’s council that the King has deemed to be that of classified nature shall be considered a traitor and serve the equal punishment to that of a person who took arms against the realm III.VI.§. Any man breaking his oath to the King or the Realm without proper nullification from that of His Majesty the King, Emperor or High Pontiff shall be considered a traitor and punished accordingly. III.VII.§. Any man publicly speaking foul or ill to that of the King, his queen or his counsel shall be considered unlawful. The maximum punishment being that of death. III.VIII.§. The refusal to execute that of a traitor shall be considered unlawful and the maximum punishment being that of death. III.IX.§. Any man who refuses to obey a direct command from his majesty, the King can be branded a traitor. The maximum punishment being that of death. Ch. IV. Regarding rebellion, mutiny and insurrection IV.I.§. Any man who organises a group of men armed with weapons publicly speaking ill to that of the crown or the realm shall be brought to court and trialed for insurrection. The maximum punishment being that of death. IV.II.§. Any group of citizens taking up arms against that of the crown shall be considered that of rebels and be punished by death. IV.III.§. Any man who tries to spread foul words within that of the ranks of soldiery to induce that of mutiny shall be considered unlawful and maximum punishment being that of death. IV.IV.§. Any man who knowingly spreads false information or foul words regarding that of prosperity, security and prestige to that of the realm with ill intent shall be considered unlawful and the maximum punishment being that of the removal of one's tongue. IV.V.§. Refusal to execute that of rebels and mutineers shall be considered unlawful and the maximum punishment being that of the removal of one's right hand. Ch. V. Regarding counterfeiters and forgery V.I.§. Any man who on his own accord would mint that of any official currency within the realm would be considered that of a counterfeiter. The maximum punishment being that of death. V.II.§. Any man who knowingly spreads that of counterfeit currency within the realm shall be considered unlawful. The maximum punishment being that of having ones right hand removed. V.III.§. Any man who knowingly knows of that of a counterfeiter or of illegitimate currency shall be considered unlawful. The maximum punishment being that of fifteen lashes. V.IV.§ Any man who forges the seal or signature of that of the Crown, nobility, gentry or any official of the realm shall be considered a forger. The maximum punishment being that of death. V.V.§. Any man who writes that of false records, legal documents or other official information regarding the realm shall be considered a forger. The maximum punishment being that of death. V.VI.§. Any man who fakes that of a signature belonging to someone else in any situation shall be considered a forger. The maximum punishment being that of having your eyes removed. V.VII.§. Any man who cracks a seal or opens a letter addressed to someone else shall be considered unlawful. The maximum punishment being that of fifteen lashes. Ch. VI. Regarding arson VI.I.§. Any man who would set ablaze that of any property belonging to the crown, the realm or that of the royal family shall be considered an arsonist and brought to court for trial. The maximum punishment being that of death by drawing and quartering. VI.II.§. Any man who by negligence would set ablaze any building, farmlands or forestry belonging to that of a citizen of the realm shall be considered an arsonist and brought to court for trial. The maximum punishment being that of having your right hand removed and paying damages up to ten thousand minas based on the destruction. VI.III.§. Any man who by negligence set ablaze any building, farmlands or forestry resulting in the death of any man shall be considered an arsonist and brought to court for trial. The maximum punishment being that of death. VI.IV.§. Any man who with ill intent sets ablaze any building, farmlands or forestry shall be considered that of an arsonist and brought to court for trial. Equally so if someone was to die during this they shall be branded a murderer. The maximum punishment being that of death. Ch. VII. Regarding murder, manslaughter, assault and kidnapping VII.I.§. Any man who knowingly and with intent takes the life of any other man shall be branded a murderer and brought to court for trial. The maximum punishment being that of death by torture. VII.II.§. Two men shall be allowed to duel for honour, shall the loser beg for mercy the victor is to spare the man otherwise he shall be branded a murderer and brought to court for trial. However does he not beg he is free to take his life. The maximum punishment being death by breaking the law of mercy. VII.II.§. Any man who would without just cause assault that of any other man shall be brought to court and tried for the crime of assault. Shall he by doing such remove teeth, eyesight, take out a tongue or in any other way have a part of the victims body parts removed it shall be considered aggravated. The maximum punishment being that of twenty lashes and a saint’s day of prison labour. VII.III.§. Any man attacking someone who is asleep, bathing or in any position where he lacks the chance of defending himself shall be brought to court and trialed for aggravated assault. The maximum punishment being thirty lashes and one saint’s day of prison labour. VII.IV.§ Any man who takes the life of another man without the intent of doing such shall be brought to court and tried for voluntary manslaughter. The maximum punishment being that of death. VII.V.§ Any man attacking that of a pregnant woman shall be brought to court and trialed. The maximum punishment being that of having both hands removed and forever branded with a mark on his forehead. Shall the unborn child die due to this he will be marked a murdered and executed by torture. VII.VI.§. Any man who by force tries to take that of a woman shall be brought to court and trialed. The maximum punishment being that of castration. VII.VII.§. Any man taking the life of a child or woman shall be branded a murderer and brought to court for trial. The maximum punishment being that of death by torture. VII.VIII.§. Any child who would assault that of his father or mother shall be brought to court and trialed. The maximum punishment being that of twenty lashes based on the child’s age. VII.IX.§ Any man hiding knowledge regarding that of someone wanted for murder, manslaughter or assault are to be brought to court and trialed. The maximum punishment is to have one's tongue removed. VII.X.§ Any man who by force of labour or accident causes the death of another shall be brought to court for trial for involuntary manslaughter. The maximum punishment being that of banishment and having one’s right hand removed. VII.XI.§ Any man who by corporal punishment accidently causes the death of his child shall be brought to court and tried for involountary manslaughter. The maximum punishment being death. VII.XII.§. Any man who would take the life of his lord or any nobleman within the realm shall be brought to court and trialed, branded a murderer. The maximum punishment being that of death by torture. VII.XIII.§. Any man who takes that of his own life shall be refused a proper burial and thusly put to rest in an unmarked grave. VII.XIV.§. Any man who forcefully abducts another without granted permission by that of the Crown shall be arrested and brought to court for trial for kidnapping. The maximum punishment being that of having ones eyesight removed. Ch VIII. Regarding theft, robbery, burglary, property damage and banditry VIII.I.§. Any man who breaks into that of another’s home shall be branded a burglar and brought to court and trialed. The maximum punishment being that of one’s right hand being removed. VIII.II.§. Any man who steals any belonging or coin from that of another person's body shall be branded a pickpocket and brought to court and trialed. The maximum punishment being that of having one’s right hand removed. VIII.III.§. Any man who steals from that of a royally chartered or owned property shall be considered a thief and brought to court for trial. The maximum punishment being that of death. The same will be regarded to that of property owned by a noble lord VIII.IV.§. Any man who steals from that of a shop or stall shall be considered a thief and brought to court for trial. The maximum punishment being that of having one’s right hand removed. VIII.V.§. Any man who with intent destroys or damages that of another man’s belonging or property shall be considered unlawful and brought to court to stand trial. The maximum punishment being that of paying damages up to five thousand minas and one saint’s day of prison labour. VIII.VI.§. Any man who by force or threat makes another man give up his belongings, property or possession shall be considered that of a robber and brought to court to stand trial. The maximum punishment being that of death. VIII.VII.§. Any man who would be that to steal another man’s wife shall be considered unlawful and brought to court for trial. The maximum punishment being that of a saint’s hour in the stockade for public shaming and damages to be paid for the husband up to one thousand minas. VIII.VIII.§. Any man who does damage to that of farmlands or forestry shall as for punishment be forced to work the fields or woods to ensure that the damage is repaired. They shall also pay a fine to that of five hundred minas. VIII.IX.§. Any noble lord who commits thievery, robbery, burglary or banditry risk to be declared a Raubritter by the Crown, forsaking all his titles and sentenced to death. VIII.X.§. Any man who commits the act of robbery on the imperial roads that pass through the realm shall be declared that of a bandit and brought to court and trialed. The punishment being death. Ch IX. Regarding lies, slander and the insulting of one’s honour IX.I.§. Any man who slanders that of another without cause or evidence through verbal form shall be brought to court and tried. The maximum punishment being the removal of one’s tongue. IX.II.§. Any man who slanders that of another without cause of evidence through written form shall be brought to court and tried. The maximum punishment being that of having one’s right hand removed. IX.III.§. Any man who without cause or evidence insults that of another’s honour one may be challenged to that of a duel with the victor being in the right. Shall one beg for mercy one is to be spared by the grace of GOD. IX.IV.§. Any man who insults or slander that of the Crown or nobility shall be brought to court and trialed. The maximum punishment being that of having one’s tongue and hands removed. IX.V.§. Shall the man accused of slandering bring forth proper evidence that it is in fact truthful the person who has accused the man of such crimes shall be subject to fines up to one thousand minas based on social status. The Book on Judicial Procedure The Book on Judicial Procedure examines that of the court system of the realm and declares who may judge what. It also goes into and ensuring the basic principles of Haeseni law and explains the proper court proceedings that must occur for a verdict to be valid. Ch I. Regarding the trials and sentencing of minor offenses I.I.§. If a man has committed what could be deemed a minor offense such as but not limited to pickpocketing, lesser forms of thievery and minor property damage a sheriff can issue a punishment accordingly in association with the arrest without the need of trial. I.II.§. If the man convicted for the lesser offense refuses to acknowledge that of the Sheriff's judgement he may appeal for the verdict of the constable. No minor offenses can be appealed to the Lord-Justiciar or the Crown. I.III.§. If a man is sentenced for a series of minor offenses it shall be after three times considered a major offense and brought to trial in front of the Lord Justiciar or Crown. The sentencing thusly also being harsher. Ch II. Regarding trials and sentencing of nobility and gentry II.I.§. Any nobleman who has been brought to court for a crime shall be trialed by that of the Lord Justiciar and brought to the capitol to stand in front of the royal court. II.II.§. The trial of that of nobility shall always be done in accordance with the Crown, the King may choose to oversee the trial himself if needs be. II.III.§. No other man other than that of the King or his appointed Lord Justiciar by royal decree may issue a trial and sentencing on that of nobility. II.IV.§. Any noble may request the use of a trial by combat, however the court may freely decline such requests at will and the matter will be looked at it ndividually. II.V.§. Only his majesty, The King or that Royal Duma are given the right to declare a noble lord to that of a Raubritter, forsaking all his titles and sentenced to death. Being declared a Raubritter grants the Crown just cause to strip the house of its nobility and land. Ch III. Regarding the legality of a court and trial III.I.§. For a trial to be considered valid one official such as crown representative or Lord must preside over the court. III.II.§. Any man standing trial has the right to have their voice heard and may request for any other citizen of the realm to speak for him if need be. III.III.§. For a verdict to be considered valid the trial must consist of that of one court official, two witnesses to the trial and the accused present III.IV.§. In no circumstances can that of the verdict passed by the crown be appealed and its say is final. III.V.§. All lords hold the authority to issue and hold a trial regarding crimes committed upon their land. However they may not do such if the accused be of other noble blood. The Book on the Execution of Judgements The Book on Execution of Judgements defines what punishments would be commonly used according to the severity of the crime and also regulates in what way they shall be used. All punishments listed in this shall be considered lawful however it is by the discretion of the overseeing judge to pass fitting judgement and may do so freely. Ch I. Regarding prison sentence, public humiliation, penance and banishment I.I.§. One can be sentenced to prison labour in a total up to two saint’s days at a maximum. By doing such you the convicted shall be brought to live within the confinement of a cell, being refused all luxuries and forced to do any labour needed by the Crown. Such as working in the mines, docks or quarries. I.II.§. One can be sentenced to that of public humiliation in the stockade or other forms of public shaming such as but not limited to having your hair shaved, branding or flagellation of the feet. The maximum amount of time one can be sentenced to is two saint’s hours. I.III.§. One can be sentenced to that of penance, varying from gender and form based on the criminal offence. Different forms of penance can be that of being sent to live in a convent, forced reschooling of the church or mortification. A punishment of this sort can be that of corporal or a timed sentence, however the time is defined per necessity having no maximum set I.IV.§. If sentenced to banishment one is to never enter the lands that one had been banished from, such could be that of a barony, county, duchy or the entirety of the realm itself if banished per royal decree. Ch II. Regarding the matter of corporal punishments II.I.§. One can be sentenced to flogging with a total of thirty lashes being the maximum set amount that one can receive.. Floggings shall always take place on an exposed back or feet. II.II.§. One can be sentenced to that of having his hands removed, the dealing of this punishment shall be done swiftly and with a single blow. Failure to remove a body part with one single blow per part. II.III.§. All body parts can be sentenced to be removed based on the crime that has been committed. Such as but not limited to fingers, toes, tongue and feet. II.IV.§. If one is sentenced to castration the punishment shall not take place in public viewing but within the confinement of a private chamber. II.V.§. One can be sentenced to having his eyesight removed, if that is to be done it shall be done through the use of a hot poker or boiling vinegar to ensure the fastest way of ensuring that one has been rendered blind. Ch III. Regarding capital punishment III.I.§. Those of noble birth or of gentrified status shall have the honour of being executed through having his head cleanly removed from his body, if sentenced to death. Shall one have been branded a traitor or Raubritter one’s head will be displayed for public viewing prior to his funeral. III.II.§. Those of burgher or peasant class shall be executed through hanging if one has been sentenced to death. Shall the rope break through any natural form without tamper of another man one is to be issued a pardon immediately. III.III.§. If one has been sentenced to death by torture the punishment shall take form in private chamber where put alone with the executioner until that of death has been met. The execution shall then be completely at the discretion of the man undertaking the task of executioner. III.IV.§. If sentenced to death for breaking against any law within the Book on Crimes, Ch II. the punishment shall be that of death by fire. Placed on a pyre and burned alive for ones sinful use of magic. III.V.§. Certain crimes shall be considered unique in nature and thus may require different methods of capital punishment such as but not limited to stoning, drawing and quartering, the breaking wheel, flaying, boiling alive and impalement. This shall be decided by the presiding judge during verdict. III.IV.§. An executioner shall and will never be held accountable for enacting the punishment that the convicted has been sentenced to and shall always receive the full protection from the Crown. The Rights and Duties of Nobility The right of nobility is reserved for those born into an ancient family with historic and notable loyalty to the Kings of Hanseti-Ruska, and as such they are viewed as the esteemed foundations of the Kingdom’s success and are charged with aiding the Kingdom militarily, economically and politically. With this the noble houses in service to the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska has attained certain explicit rights granted to them by royal decree and based on their current titles, landed holdings and esteem within the realm. The nobility also hold certain privileges not granted to other men and women, regardless of status. The right of representation within the Royal Duma of Haense.II. The right to vote in local elections to that of Maer, bailiff and other similar positions. The right of trial before their peers in royal court The right to own and administer lands endowed by the Crown The right to petition the Crown for the right to lawfully field a Retinue of professional soldiers during peacetime. If given permission to do so by royal decree then the house may field a set amount of troops that has been decided upon by the Crown and shall be reported yearly to the Crown. If one has more troops then reported in an annual roster or misses to report then a fine on 2000 minas per individual soldiers shall be issued to the house. The right to have sons without inheritance squire to that of knights and other lords in order to one day attain a knightly status himself. The right to petition the king to legitimize a feud with that of another house and bring the matter to that of royal court, where it can be settled through the payment of Weragelt. If either side refuse an honour duel or that of a feudal war where the two houses for a time may fight a set amount of field battles, the victor declared in the right and receiving weragelt from the other house. For that of a feudal war to take place a tribute must be paid to the king of a set price by the house demanding such. During those wars outside forces are strictly forbidden to be recruited and only the two warring houses may clash. No land or titles may be taken during such a war. The right that during times of war and strife raise that of a feudal levy when the king summons his banners and orders the raising of levies. The right to petition his Majesty, the King for that of a private audience. The right to attend the Crow’s Moot if one was to be called by his Majesty, the King. The duty to serve the realm and Crown and provide men into the royal forces during times of war and strifeThe duty to protect the people of the realm and uphold all laws issued by royal decree. The duty to keep the King’s and Emperor’s peace within all the Haeseni lands. The Rights and Duties of Gentry The rights of the gentry are afforded to those denizens of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska, who in good faith have attained for themselves the distinction as a citizen in high standing and thusly have been dubbed a Ser or Dame by Royal decree. They are viewed by their capacity as a dynamic class of various trades whose service in the military and civilian aspects of the kingdom merit their aptitude. In these regards, the gentry have attained their own rights established by royal decree, based upon their merit and contribution to the welfare of the realm. The right of trial before their peers in the royal court. The right of property ownership within the capital city and settlements under the purview of the Crown The right to vote in local elections to that of Maer, bailiff and other similar positions. The right to have sons squire to that of knights and lords in order to one day attain a knightly status himself. The right to petition his Majesty, the King for that of a private audience. The right to be given the honour of serving as a personal guard to his Majesty, the King within the Marian Retinue. The right to take squires and pages to server under oneself and to train them into one day achieve the position of gentry and knighthood themselves. The duty to serve the realm and Crown and provide men into the royal forces during times of war and strife The duty to protect the people of the realm and uphold all laws issued by royal decree.The duty to keep the King’s and Emperor’s peace within all the Haeseni land The Rights and Duties of Burghers and Peasantry The rights of the burghers are afforded to those denizens of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska who has achieved that of property ownership within that walled city with an official royal charter. Generally people working as cobblers, merchants, smiths, peddlers, caravaneers and stewards. Peddling goods freely within the city that they live within. In these regards the burghers have attained these rights established by royal decree, based on their standing and position within the realm. The right to vote in local elections to that of Maer, bailiff and other similar positions. The right of property ownership within the capital city and settlements under the purview of the Crown. The right to freely within the confinements of the law peddle goods at their own accord within the walled city. The right to serve as stewards and other official positions within the royal and local administrations. Such as but not limited to steward, maer, bailiff, bursar. The duty to ensure that business and commerce thrive within the city walls.The duty that during times of war be drafted into military service and assist the royal and noble forces in battles to defend the realm from any threat. The right of peasants are afforded to those denizens of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska who owns or leases that of property outside of walled cities, within settlements such as villages or hamlets. Generally farmers, foresters, hunters and other trades. Generally considered the backbone of Haense and any feudal society. In these regards the peasantry have attained these rights, established by royal decree, based on their standing and position within the realm. The right to vote in local elections to that of Maer, bailiff and other similar positions. The right to lease land and farms to work on within that of the crownlands of the Realm. The right to serve in official local positions such as bailiff within the hamlets and villages that they reside within. The right to own farm animals such as cattle, sheep and pigs and also have attained the right to tend to and slaughter these animals. The duty to ensure that the realm is fed and that grain, potatoes, carrots and other goods are brought to the city and Crown. The duty to be drafted into military service and assist the royal and noble forces in battles to defend the realm from any threat. Lexicon ABSOLUTE CROWN AUTHORITY - The King may revoke any titles freely, vassals are not allowed to hold troops nor war with one another. The Duma is disallowed and the King may alter or revoke laws freely at his own behest. ALBAN - The second capital of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska, founded by Stephen I in 1619 and later abandoned with the migration to Atlas in 1641. ANDREW II OF HAENSE- The second sovereign monarch of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Known as the “Winter King”. Most famous for the Deep Cold Uprising. Born in 1564 and died 1586, executed by Philip I, Holy Orenian Emperor. ANDREW III OF HAENSE - The fourteenth and current sovereign monarch of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Born 1710. ARCHBISHOP - The representative of the Canonist church tasked with overseeing and managing a diocese. The diocese of Hanseti-Ruska being that of Jorenus. Known in New Marian as Arkhidiakon. BARON - The sovereign lord of a barony. Unable to have any direct vassals. Addressed as My Lord. The female equivalent being that of a baroness. Addressed as Bossir in New Marian. BURGHERS - Free citizens of Haense owning property within a chartered city of royal decree. Allowed certain forms of representation such as voting for Maer within the city they reside. BURSAR - An individual selected by the king or his government in assisting the elected Maer of the capital with administrative duties. If the maer not present this would be the highest ranking official within the city. Known in New Marian as Bursari CHAMBERLAIN - The main overseer of all matters regarding the royal palace, currently known as Prikaz. Serving under the Lord-Seneschal. Known in New Marian as Kamberlen. CHARLES II OF HAENSE - The ninth sovereign monarch of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Known as “The Stubborn”. Born in 1648 and died in 1666. COMMON - One of the three official languages spoken in the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Generally the most frequently used language in both oral and written form. COUNT - The sovereign lord of a county, able to have Viscounts and Barons as sworn under him as vassals with royal approval. Addressed as My Lord. The female equivalent being that of a countess. Addressed as Komit in New Marian. CROWN - Another term for the authority of the King and his royal government led by the Lord-Palatine. CROWN AUTHORITY - The legislation that restricts or permits the power of the Crown. It holds five different levels of authority. Generally regarding vassal levies. Can be increased or decreased by royal decree. CROWNLANDS - The land and holdings directly held by the King as his domain. Such as the capital city of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. CROWSMOOT - An assembly called by the King of Hanseti-Ruska or any other equivalent Raevir sovereignty, allowing all nobles or Raev descent to meet and negotiate their grievances. DEEP COLD UPRISING - Was a rebellion orchestrated by Andrew II of Haense for Highlander independence. Ended with the Haeseni forces defeated and Andrew II was boiled alive in milk as punishment. DIOCESE OF JORENUS - The realm of authority by the high pontiff within the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Managed by the Archbishop of Jorenus. DUKE - The sovereign lord of a duchy, able to have Counts, Viscounts and Barons sworn to serve under him as ducal vassals with royal approval. Addressed as Your Grace. The female equivalent being that of a duchess. Addressed as Herzen in New Marian. DUKE OF ALBAN - The second born son of the King, second in line to the crown of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. DUMA - The legislative assembly of The Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. All noble houses granted a seat within it to vote and debate legislation and edicts. Overseen by the Lord-Speaker with the authority of the King. EXCHEQUER - A role bestowed on senior officials of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Advisors to all arms of government and overseeing their work under the authority of the King and Lord-Palatine. Known as Eznacheyvor in New Marian. FRANCIS II OF HAENSE - The tenth sovereign monarch of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Known as “The Unfortunate”. Mostly known for being murdered shortly after his coronation. GRAND PRINCE OF KUSORAEV - The firstborn son of the King and Crown Prince/Heir-Apparent to the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. GREAT NORTHERN WAR - A war between the Kingdom of Courland and the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska, ending in a Courland victory and the loss of all Haeseni holdings under King Marius I of Haense. GREYSPINE REBELLION - A successful rebellion that occurred within the Kingdom of Courland where Haeseni vassals Ruthern and Baruch led an uprising to reinstate the House of Barbanov to its former holdings. HAMLET - A small rural settlement with only a few houses, usually associated with that of a lesser lord and in close proximity to a keep or castle. The citizens of a hamlet generally being that of peasantry. HEAD STEWARD - The assisting official to the lord-seneschal on all matters regarding that of the royal estates and holdings. Selected by the lord-seneschal himself. Known in New Marian as Herez Styuard. HIGH CROWN AUTHORITY - The King has full authority to revoke titles freely. He may alter, veto and revoke any legislation written. Vassals may petition the Crown to war with one another. Vassal armies can be restricted by the Crown. The King may freely dismiss the Duma. KINGDOM OF HANSETI-RUSKA - The dual monarchy of the two crowns of Hanseti and Ruska. Generally known in common term as the Kingdom of Haense. Known in New Marian as Kongzem Edaeleo ag Kusoraev. KING OF HAENSE - The reigning sovereign of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Generally a descendant from the House of Barbanov. Monarch of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska and protector of all highlander people. Addressed as His Royal Majesty/His Majesty and informal as Sire. Addressed as Koeng in New Marian. KNIGHT - A warrior of great renown who has been knighted by His Majesty The King of Hanseti-Ruska for his service to the kingdom. Forced to adhere to the code of chivalry and sworn to an undying loyalty to the kingdom. Addressed as Ser. Female equivalent being that of a Dame. Addressed as Kossin in New Marian. KNIGHT PARAMOUNT - The highest ranking knight within the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Direct commander of The Marian Retinue and an advisor the Lord Palatine and King on matters attaining to chivalry. LEVY - A conscripted force of peasantry used as a feudal reserve during times of war and conflict. Raised by nobles when ordered by the King. LIMITED CROWN AUTHORITY - The second lowest form of Crown Authority. The King gains the power to strip vassals of their titles with the support of the Duma. Levies remain unrestricted and the King can’t alter any legislation freely. The King lacks authority to dismiss the Duma and vassals can go to war with one another freely. LORD-CASTELLAN - The king’s authority in matters regarding landholdings held by his vassals outside that of the crownlands of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. He serves as an advisor to the King and Lord-Palatine in all exterior matters pertaining to vassals and the interior hinterlands. LORD-JUSTICIAR - The supreme justice of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Functioning as a judge and enforcer of law and authority within the realm. Advisor to the king and lord-palatine on matters regarding law. Known as Herzen Justiya in New Marian. LORD-MARSHAL - The commander of all military forces within the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska, directly the Grand Master of the Order of Saint Karl and acts as an advisor to the King and Lord Palatine on all matters attaining to war and military. Known as Herzen Markyal in New Marian. LORD-PALATINE - The chancellor of the realm and the head of his majesty’s government. Holding the most authority in the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska after that of the King. Known as Herzen Palatebny in New Marian. LORD-SENESCHAL - The king’s direct official in all matters regarding the crownlands and the royal capital of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Advising the king and lord-palatine on matters regarding his own holdings and lands. Known as Herzen Seniskyal in New Marian. LORD-SPEAKER - The speaker of the Duma and a representative of the majesty’s authority in the legislative process of the Kingdom. Functioning as an advisor to the king on legislative matters and a primary liaison of the nobility to the Crown. MAER - An official elected by a vote between the burgher class of the city. Generally offered a representative seat on the Duma and is to be the burghers voice to the royally appointed city officials. Known as Mayer in New Marian. MARGRAVE - The sovereign lord of a march bordering that of another state. Able to have viscount and barons sworn under him as a vassals with royal approval. Addressed as My Lord. The female equivalent being that of a Margavine. Addressed as Margravir in New Marian. MARKEV - The third capital of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Founded in 1641 by Otto II of Haense and abandoned in 1705 with the migration to Arcas. Nicknamed the “Red City” and was situated in the southern tundra of Atlas by the Czena River. MARIUS I OF HAENSE - The third sovereign monarch of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Known as “The Good” Mostly known for gaining independence during The Coalition War until eventually losing his landed holdings to the Kingdom of Courland during The Great Northern War. Born 1584 and died 1611. MARIUS II OF HAENSE - The thirteenth sovereign monarch of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Known as “The Brash” Mostly known for allowing the Sack of Ves and his involvement in the War of the Two Emperors. Born in 1683 and died in 1719 MEDIUM CROWN AUTHORITY - The King has unrestricted authority to revoke titles. Nobles can have unrestricted armies. The King may alter legislation but lacks the authority to veto but can with accordance with the Lord-Speaker dismiss the Duma. Vassals have to petition the Crown in order to war one another. MINIMUM CROWN AUTHORITY - The lowest form of Crown Authority. Nobles can have unrestricted armies, the King lacks the right to strip titles and the authority alter or veto any legislation. The King also lacks the ability to dismiss the Duma. NEW MARIAN - One of the three official languages spoken in the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. A mixture of old Hanseti and Raev merged together. Otherwise known as Naumariav. Used most frequently in royal legislation and documents. NORTHERN RAEV BOTCH - One of the three official languages spoken in the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. The less frequently spoken language in Haense, mostly spoken by Raevir traditionalists. Rarely heard outside of closed circles. OTTO I OF HAENSE - The sixth sovereign monarch of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Only ruling for five days before abdicating the throne in favour for his son. Born 1584 and died in 1627. OTTO II OF HAENSE - The seventh sovereign monarch of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Known as “The Quiet” and is most commonly attributed to the establishment of the city of Markev Born in 1601 and died in 1644. OTTO III OF HAENSE - The eight sovereign monarch of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Known as “The Builder”. Born in 1621 and died 1655. PAGE - A young boy, generally between the age of eight - fifteen. Serving under a knight as a young apprentice and assisting him with menial tasks until he is old enough to be squired. Most frequently of noble birth. PALATINE ASPIRANT - The apprentice of the Lord-Palatine. Training in the matters of statesmanship and governance so as to one day assume the mantle of Lord-Palatine and chancellor. Known as Palatebny-Aspiska in New Marian. PEASANTS - The social class of citizens of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska that lives outside that of the cities of the realm. Generally living in rural villages and hamlets where they have obtained the right to live by the local nobility with the promise of working the land. PETER I OF HAENSE - The first sovereign monarch of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Born in 1522 and died in 1582. Known as the founder of the Kingdom after receiving a royal coronet by John III, Holy Orenian Emperor. PETER II OF HAENSE - The fourth sovereign monarch of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Known for having one of the shortest documented reigns. Only reigning between the Sun’s Smile and Malin’s Welcome. Born in 1596 and died in 1611. PONTIFF - The supreme head of the Canonist Faith. Known in New Marian as Ponty. PRINCE OF HAENSE - Any son born to the sovereign of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska is entitled as a Prince of Haense. Addressed as His Royal Highness/His Highness and informal as Sir. Addressed as Prinzen in New Marian. PRINCESS OF HAENSE - Any daughter born to the sovereign of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska is entitled as a Princess of Haense. Addressed as Her Royal Highness/Her Highness and informal as M’am. Addressed as Prinzenas in New Marian. QUEEN-CONSORT OF HAENSE - The wife of his majesty, the king of Hanseti-Ruska. Addressed as Her Royal Majesty/Her Majesty and informal as Madam. Addressed as Koenas in New Marian. REALM - Another term describing the nation or state. Generally used in official writing to specify the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. QUEEN-DOWAGER OF HAENSE - The former Queen-Dowager and mother to the reigning monarch, his majesty the king of Haense. Addressed as her royal majesty/HerMajesty and informal as Madam. RED PRINCE OF MULDAV - The patriarch of the House of Alimar, descendants of His Highness Prince Edward Audemar, Margrave of Chanik. RAUBRITTER - Known in common as Robber Bandit or Robber Knight. A noble lord or knight who has with his house decided to take upon that of banditry or thievery. One may only be declared by royal decree and with being such comes the death sentence, banishment and ones house being at risk of having all titles and land seized by the realm. RETINUE - A smaller standing military force that can be kept by noble lords, defined in legislative documents as restricted to principalities, duchies,counties and baronies. REZA - The fourth and current capital of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Founded in 1705 by Robert I of Haense and situated in the northern parts of Arcas within the Haeseni Lowlands. ROBERT I OF HAENSE - The twelfth sovereign monarch of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Known as “The Kind”. The longest reigning monarch in Haeseni history. ROYAL ADVISOR - A title bestowed upon individuals with certain expertise knowledge. Tasked with advising the king and the lord-palatine on the matters that they specialize within. Mostly considered an honorary title. Known in New Marian as Koryal Konsul. ROYAL ENVOY - An emissary sent out by the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska to other nations to serve as a diplomat or ambassador for a set amount of time. Known as Koryal Envonnik in New Marian. ROYAL SCRIBE - An official in the government of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska who documents and assist the king and his government in writing all documents regarding the realm. Known as Koryal Scibsys in New Marian. SACK OF VES - The burning of the free city of Ves was ordered by King Marius II of Haense after the massacre of Helena where Haensemen and Adrians were butchered on the orders of the Antonious I, Emperor of Man. As a way to find peace with the imperials Marius ordered the rebellious city to be sacked. STEPHEN I OF HAENSE - The fifth sovereign monarch of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Known as “The Green”. Attributed for reconquering the lands lost to Courland during the Greyspine Rebellion. Hailed as one of the greatest rulers in Highlander history. Born in 1596 and died in 1624. STEWARD - An official selected by the lord seneschal or the head steward to assist the office of the seneschal in all matters regarding the crownlands. Generally handling administrative duties and taxation affairs. Known in New Marian as Styuard. SIGUINE I OF HAENSE - The eleventh sovereign monarch of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Known as “The Shrewd”. Born in 1643 and died in 1681. ST KARLSBURG - The first capital of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Founded in 1573 by Peter I. of Haense and destroyed in 1605 by the forces of Mordring. SQUIRE - A boy or man, generally in his late teens who serves under a knight as an apprentice until he is old and experienced enough to pass his trials and be knighted by the king. Most frequently of noble birth. THE AULIC COUNCIL - The privy council of the King of Haense. Serving as the realm’s most trusted advisors. Mostly driven from noble birth men but any man can sit on the council who have shown due diligence. THE HAESENI ROYAL ARMY - The former standing army of the Crown, fought in conflicts such as the War of the Two Emperor but later disbanded due to its low standing within the realm and replaced with the brotherhood. THE MARIAN RETINUE - A knightly retinue within the Brotherhood of Saint Karl. An elite force of knights serving as the King's personal bodyguard selected by his majesty himself. Led by the Knight Paramount. THE BROTHERHOOD OF SAINT KARL - The standing military order and army of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. Commanded by the Lord Marshal serving under the King at a royal decree. TOWN - A walled settlement with generally a few thousand citizens. Most commonly ruled by a Duke or the Crown itself. Must be granted a decree of township by the Crown to be considered lawful and its citizens would be that of Burgher status. VISCOUNT - The sovereign lord of a viscounty, able to have Barons as sworn under him as vassals with royal approval. Addressed as My Lord. The female equivalent being that of a viscountess. Generally considered as an honorary title. VILLAGE - A small settlement, generally far away from a town and surrounded by either farmlands or forests. Generally close to that of a keep belonging to the local lord. Usually serves a purpose to bring materials to sell to that of a town. Citizens living there are generally of the social class, peasantry. WERAGELT - Known in common as Man price. The damages a noble house may be forced to pay the other in order to settle that of a legitimized feud. If not an honour duel or feudal war may take place.
  3. The Young King would frown at the news of his cousin’s untimely passing, offering a solemn sigh as he glanced out over the courtyard of the Prikaz where it felt like yesterday the pair had played games and laughed. He’d quickly feel a shiver run down his spine before shaking his head “Farewell, little pirate..” he’d scrunch up his nose before going back into his chambers.
  4. Emenzi

    PEACE IN OUR TIME

    Andrik signs the accords
  5. Andrik would spit out his as he sat within the halls of the Prikaz “I’M MARRYING WHO WITH THE WHAT NOW!?”
  6. I’m the real baratheon idiot

    1. Boruto

      Boruto

      YOUR MOTHER WAS A DUMB ***** WITH A FAT ARSE.

    2. Emenzi

      Emenzi

      we will fight this to the death in boar hunting

    3. rotund_man

      rotund_man

      no thats me actually

  7. Men, all this stuff you hear about Haense not wanting to fight, wanting to get out of the war, is a lot of bullshit. Haensemen love to fight. All real Haensemen love the sting and clash of battle. When you were kids, you all admired the champion jousters, the strongest soldiers, the heaviest drinkers and the toughest brawlers. Haensemen love a winner and will not tolerate a loser. Haensemen play to win all the time. That's why Haensemen will never lose this war. The very thought of losing is hateful to Haensemen. Battle is the most significant competition in which a man can indulge. It brings out all that is best and it removes all that is base. You are not all going to die. Only two percent of you right here today would be killed in a major battle. Every man is scared in his first action. If he says he's not, he's a goddamn liar. But the real hero is the man who fights even though he's scared. Some men will get over their fright in a minute under crossbow fire, some take an hour, and for some it takes days. But the real man never lets his fear of death overpower his honor, his sense of duty to his country, and his innate manhood. All through your army careers you men have bitched about what you call “this chicken-**** drilling.” That is all for a purpose—to ensure instant obedience to orders and to create constant alertness. This must be bred into every soldier. I don't give a **** for a man who is not always on his toes. But the drilling has made veterans of all you men. You are ready! A man has to be alert all the time if he expects to keep on breathing. If not, some Renatian son of a whorewill sneak up behind him and beat him to death with a sock full of ****. There are four hundred neatly marked graves in Upper Roudenburg, all because one man went to sleep on the job—but they are Renatians graves, because we caught the bastard asleep before his officer did. An army is a team. It lives, eats, sleeps, and fights as a team. This individual hero stuff is bullshit. The bilious bastards who write that stuff for the The Crow Chronicles don't know any more about real battle than they do about *******. And we have the best team—we have the finest food and equipment, the best spirit and the best men in the world. Why, by God, I actually pity these poor bastards we're going up against. All the real heroes are not storybook combat fighters. Every single man in the army plays a vital role. So don't ever let up. Don't ever think that your job is unimportant. What if every carriage driver decided that he didn't like the whine of the crossbows and turned yellow and jumped headlong into a ditch? That cowardly bastard could say to himself, 'Hell, they won't miss me, just one man in thousands.' What if every man said that? Where in the hell would we be then? No, thank God, Haensemen don't say that. Every man does his job. Every man is important. The ordnance men are needed to supply the bolts, the quartermaster is needed to bring up the food and clothes for us because where we are going there isn't a hell of a lot to steal. Every last damn man in the fort, even the one who boils the water to keep us from getting the grunt shits, has a job to do. Each man must think not only of himself, but think of the man fighting alongside him. We don't want yellow cowards in the army. They should be killed off like flies. If not, they will go back home after the war, goddamn cowards, and breed more cowards. The brave men will breed more brave men. Kill off the goddamn cowards and we'll have a nation of brave men. One of the bravest men I heard about in the Helena campaign was on top of a trebuchet in the midst of furious crossbow fire while we were moving toward the city. My father stopped and asked him what the hell he was doing up there. He answered, 'Fixing the wire, sire.' 'Isn't it a little unhealthy up there right now?' He asked. “Yes sire, but this goddamn wire has got to be fixed.” He asked, “Don't those arrows strafing the road bother you?” And the man answered, “No sire, but you sure as hell do.' Now, there was a real soldier. A real man.” A man who devoted all he had to his duty, no matter how great the odds, no matter how seemingly insignificant his duty appeared at the time. And you should have seen the carriages on the road to The Silvesea. Those drivers were magnificent. All day and all night they crawled along those son of a ***** roads, never stopping, never deviating from their course with arrows flying all around them. Many of the men rode over 40 consecutive hours. We got through on good old Haeseni guts. These were not combat men. But they were soldiers with a job to do. They were part of a team. Without them the fight will be lost. Sure, we all want to go home. We want to get this war over with. But you can't win a war lying down. The quickest way to get it over with is to get the bastards who started it. We want to get the hell over there and clean the goddamn thing up, and then get at those purple-pissing Curonians. The quicker they are whipped, the quicker we go home. The shortest way home is through Helena and Albion. So keep moving. And when we get to Helena, I am personally going to gut that paper-hanging son of a ***** Godfrey. When a man is lying in a hole, if he just stays there all day, an arrow will get him eventually. The hell with that. My men don't dig trenches. Trenches only slow up an offensive. Keep moving. We'll win this war, but we'll win it only by fighting and showing the Renatians that we've got more guts than they have or ever will have. We're not just going to kill the bastards, we're going to rip out their living goddamned guts and use them to grease the wheels of our carriages. We're going to murder those lousy cocksuckers by the bushel ******* basket. Some of you men are wondering whether or not you'll chicken out in battle. Don't worry about it. I can assure you that you'll all do your duty. War is a bloody business, a killing business. The Renatians are the enemy. Wade into them, spill their blood or they will spill yours. Stab them in the guts. Rip open their belly. When bolts are hitting all around you and you wipe the dirt from your face and you realize that it's not dirt, it's the blood and gut of what was once your best friend, you'll know what to do. I don't want any men saying “I'm holding my position.” We're not holding a goddamned thing. We're going to be advancing constantly and we're not interested in holding anything except the enemy's balls. We're going to hold him by his balls and we're going to kick him in the ass; twist his balls and kick the living **** out of him all the time. Our plan of operation is to fight and keep on fighting.. We're going to go through the enemy like **** through a tinhorn. There will be some complaints that we're pushing our people too hard. I don't give a damn about such complaints. I believe that an ounce of sweat will save a keg of blood. The harder we push, the more Renatians we kill. The more Renatians we kill, the fewer of our men will be killed. Pushing harder means fewer casualties. I want you all to remember that. My men don't surrender. I don't want to hear of any soldier under my command being captured unless he is hit. Even if you are hit, you can still fight. That's not just bullshit either. I want men like the lieutenant in Roche who, with a dagger against his chest, swept aside the dagger with his hand, jerked his helmet off with the other and busted the hell out of the Renatian with the helmet. Then he picked up the dagger and he killed another Renatian. All this time the man had an arrow through his lung. That's a man for you! There's one thing you men will be able to say when this war is over and you get back home. Thirty years from now when you're sitting by your fireside with your grandson on your knee and he asks, “What did you do in the great War of the Two Emperors?” You won't have to cough and say, “Well, your granddaddy shoveled **** in Ayr.” No sir, you can look him straight in the eye and say “Son, your granddaddy rode with the great Haeseni army and a son of a goddamned ***** named Andrik Lothar Barbanov!” All right, you sons of whores. You know how I feel. I'll be proud to lead you wonderful guys in battle anytime, anywhere. That's all. IV JOVEO MAAN, His Royal Majesty, King Andrew III of Hanseti and Ruska, Grand Hetman of the Army, Prince of Kusoraev, Dules, Ulgaard, Lahy, Sorbesborg and Slesvik, Duke of Adria, and Carnatia, Margrave of Rothswald, Count of Karikhov, Baranya, Kvasz, Kavat, Karovia, Kovachgrad, Torun, Turov, and Kaunas, Viscount of Alamar, Baron of Valwyk, Venzia, Esenstadt, Krepost and Kralta, Lord of the Westfolk, Lord of Markev, Protector of the Highlanders, etcetera
  8. The young boy king Andrik would sit within the Prikaz in the Haeseni capital of Reza, stiffling a chuckle as he read the reports from the battle before screaming out “NUTS” as he looked to his bewildered commanders.
  9. I loved every single second of that warclaim! It was just so much fun lmao

    1. Anisgar

      Anisgar

      yeah dude

  10. Andrik simply shook his head at the missive, going to adress his privy councillors and commanders. The freshly made boy king looked out over the older men as he scrunched up his nose ”Men, we are surrounded by the enemy. We have the greatest opportunity ever presented an army. We can attack in any direction” the boy would grin and then quickly leave the council chambers to everyone chock with his sudden eloquency.
  11. The now boy King Andrik simply sat on the courtyard playing with some wooden toy horses. As some retainers entered the courtyard the young boy simply looked up and gave them a toothy grin “Look at this horse! I want to show papej my horse! Where’s papej!?” the retainers would go solemn and quiet for a moment as the boy once more shouted “WHERE’S PAPEJ!?”
  12. It was an ordinary day it seemed during the troubled times of war. Peddlers trying to make a living, blacksmiths sharpening spears and the streets of Reza even though constant fighting took place in the south seemed to be bustling with life. However soon the horns and bells of war was rung once more. The armies of Haense marched out through the gates and joined their fellow Orenians outside of Leuven. Within the contigency the Lord of Stafyr, Leopold marched along them. Leopold and his fellow Stafyrs joined up with the Marnan host inside of Leuven, right before the Renatian host came marching down the road. The arrows started raining down on the two forces before the infanty clashed, shield against shield, sword against sword, brother against brother. Men fighting men is always a gruesome affair as once these soldiers fought on the same side, drank from the same wine and died alongside on another. Now all that remains is hatred and death. As the skirmish raged on the fairly young but combat experienced Leopold fought bravely alongside his men, after what seemed like eternity the Orenian forces began to scatter and march back to Haense. Leopold retreated with the suriving men but not long after a searing pain gripped his side and he noticed the blood covering his tabard. With the fear of more Renatians appearing the Lord of Stafyr ordered the Stafyrian men to march the long treck north to their hold. But the march back to Nenzing was long and after marching for almost a day and a half straight the soldiers were forced to a sudden halt. Lord Leopold could not walk a step further. As they took to the side of the road and set up a camp, one rider quickly began the galopp towards Nenzing. The wound in his side had begun to fester, an infection was growing in his body and it was quickly understood by the men that if help did not arrive soon Leopold would perish. Dying from the infection that his wound had caused. But help was several days away and the tired lord asked for several stacks of parchments and a quill to be brought to him. With effort the lord sat for hours, writing letter after letter before finally, exhausted collapsing down on his bed. Hours passed as the lord grew paler and paler until he finally, after almost fourteen hours. He closed his eyes and uttered a final word with a rasped and tired voice “Valeria..” before his last deep breath was forever taken. Succumbing to the infection that had quickly spread within his body. The Warrior Lord of Stafyr was no more. As the contigency marched towards Nenzing with his body they found the lone rider dead along the road, two arrows in his back. No help was ever coming and regardless of how much they would have tried his faith had been sealed the moment he rode north with his men. Once the news broke within Nenzing the bells rung, they sang the song of their dead lord. The lamentation of the North. The Final Letters of Lord Leopold of Stafyr, Count of Nenzing, Viscount of Grauspin, Baront of Thurant, Lord-Palatine and Chancellor of the Realm ________________________________ To my beloved wife, Valeria Reza My dearest wife, what a cruel trick of God to leave you to raise our children on your own. Alas if there is any woman in this world that would be able to, it would be you. Since that day you threw a pebble over the walls of the manor in Reza you have brightened my days with endless amounts of joy, laughter and filled my heart with love and compassion. I owe you a debt of gratitude that no man could ever repay and even if my life has ended my love for you is endless and can’t be described to no comparable measure of existence. It is the essence and core of my being and you are the reason I am the man I became. I know you shall remain strong and raise our children right, the men and women of Stafyr shall always be your kin and they will aid you in any way you could ever need. That is my final decree as Lord of this House. Our children could not wish for a better mother and I have but a simple wish, that when you kiss them goodnight on the dark winter evenings, remind them that their father loves them and remain very proud of what they shall become. Mourn and remember me but do not feel sorrow or lonely. I will always be present, look to the sky for the falcons soaring high and you shall find me there. With my ancestors in the Seven Skies. Riding on the never ending plains of the ancient Almannir I shall await you, my love. My love is yours, now and forever. Until the day we shall meet again in the Seven Skies. Leo ________________________________ To my son and heir, Erich Marius It is a weird feeling, to write a letter to your son that you know you shall never see him read. I will never see you learn how to ride, how to fight, how to rule and govern. But you are the blood of Godwein, always remember that Hanethor runs in your veins and that you are blessed with the capability to do amazing things. Such as your ancestors. I would never label my own tenure as a Lord but I would consider myself. Decent, at the least. But I know that your tenure will be that of greatness. I regret that I will not be there to see it with my own eyes and guide you through the perils I know you shall face. That is the true reality of being Lord, that your greatest achievement is that of your Son but you shall never see him truly become the man he is supposed to be. But know my son, that I shall always be watching from the seven skies and I shall be doing such with a pride that only a father can know. The Shield of Saint Godwein shall be your guide as it was for me, you are the Golden Falcon of this house and to you I leave my cross necklace, the sword of Edmund and the unfortunate burden of Lordship. Know that I shall always be proud and watching over and your sister. Be kind to those around you and respect those you serve, remain loyal to your people and honourable to your betrothed, you’ll be the greatest of us. Your Father ________________________________ To my daughter, Katherine Marie I’ve been trying to start this letter for the last thirty minutes, but finding how to tell your daughter how much you love her and the anguish I feel of not seeing you grow up to be a Lady can not be put to words. I would have given up everything I have only to walk you down the aisle on your wedding day or to have simply given you a hug, one final time. But perhaps that is not the will of God. Perhaps his will is for me to be in the Seven Skies and watch over you as you take these steps on your own. But maybe, just maybe that is not a bad thing. Even if it hurts and I would never be able to say farewell to you it is perhaps what is required. Just know this Katherine, that I shall always be there, as a gentle breeze rolling through the highlands when you stride down the road. I will be there for you. If you ever feel empty and alone my dearest daughter. Look out north in a star covered night sky and know that the brightest star there shall be me, forever following your footsteps with a smile as bright that it would light up the darkest of days. You are and will forever be the emerald of my eye. Your Father ________________________________ To my brother, Nikolas Flynn Perhaps I was always to harsh on you, get a wife, stop drinking so much, stop glorifying yourself and all the things I have angered you with. Know that all I did, even if my words have been harsh was out of love. If I could take certain things back I would not. Because in the end you became the man you are today because of all that led us here. You were always vain, prideful, jealous and quick to anger. But you were always my brother and my best friend. I look back so often on our childhood in Markev with so much joy. Snowcovered sparring outside our manor in furs as thick that we could barely move. We never had that spar by the lake outside of Reza, when the day comes in many years that you shall join me in the Seven Skies. I promise you that I shall beat you once more, as I still stand undefeated as I recall. I rely on you now my brother, teach my son the ways of Hanethor, give my loving wife all the care she requires even if you despise her and most of all. Remain the man you are. As Saint Godwein once said. Remain true to yourself, true to life. That will be my final historical quote for you to annoy yourself with. Until we meet again, my best of friends. Your brother, Leopold ________________________________ To my sister, Sybilla Helena Little dove, I was a foolish teenager when you were brought into this world and I wished at times that I would have been a better brother. One that you deserved. But the laments of lordship was thrown upon me and I had to send you away to live with our aunt. Even though that decision was for the better I weep for the days that I didn’t get to spend with you, watching you grow up to be the girl that is so pure and innocent. I pray that this wretched world won’t rob you of your innocence as it is a precious thing to keep hold off. Always think the best of people and they shall at most times prove themselves to be that version of themselves. When our father remarried I had not much care, but perhaps that may have been the only thing that wretched man ever did right. I leave you in this world with a heavy heart as I shall never see you wed, never have the honour of seeing my nephews or nieces to be born. That I shall never have the privilege of watch you be truly happy in the arms of someone you love as you so much deserve. I will always be present and always be proud of you. Know this my little dove, that regardless of whatever happens in life, I will guide you and Saint Godwein watches over all of us. Your brother, Leopold ________________________________ To my cousin, Ser Gerard If you read this cousin, that means I am no longer here. I have journeyed on to the Seven Skies and rejoined the Stafyrs of old. I’ll make sure I mention you to Lord Symon. Know that I have no regrets. Our life together has been strange, our road to where we are today has been rocky. But without you, Gerard. Stafyr would not be the house it is today and I will forever be in your debt for that. For many days I have envied you. You were given the freedom to live your life without the obligations that comes with the Lordship of a Hanethor but you stayed by my side regardless if it was your duty or not to do so. It saddens me that I shall not see my niece and nephew grow up but I know that you and Nataya shall be great parents and that the Galtor line shall live on and prosper, all thanks to you. You’re a good man, Gerard. Know that whatever you may undertake in life you can succeed as long as you put your back into it. Send my regards to Nataya and I hope the two of you live long and prosperous lives together. I shall always be there in spirit as I look out from the seven skies and watch you and your family grow. But I have one final request I ask of you. Watch over my son, teach Erich how to fight and be a man as I mourn that I can not do so but most of all teach him to lead and rule. I could not think of any other more suited to guide him to manhood. Your Cousin, Leopold ________________________________ To my nephew and niece, Symon and Leana Alas you younglings won’t grow up to know your uncle which is a shame. However I hope that your father shall tell stories of our youth as the tales of the spice islands can surely be something to remember. What a shame I shan't be there to visit it with you. Symon, your father is a great warrior and I hope that you shall grow to be as strong and prideful as him. A knight in service of our great Kingdom. What a sight to see. You were named after one of the four great lords of Stafyrs history. Know that you shall live up to that name and serve our house diligently. I shall toast with Lord Symon in your honour. Leana. Ah, sweet Leana. What a shame it is that I wont see you grow up to become such an honourable lady as your mother. Listen to your parents, don’t run away on the roads so much during these dangerous times. And remember that in these trialing times to look to the sky and God for guidance for I shall be listening along with the Stafyrs of old and look upon you and your brother to guide you. Your Uncle, Leopold ________________________________ To my cousin, Artos of Sybilla Artos, the pride of Sybilla. I’ve never met a man as diligent as yourself, Nenzing at what it is has a lot it owes you and how hard you have worked to ensure that it came to fruition. I could not have wished for a better steward to have assisted me through these years. For what it's worth I owe you my gratitude and much more. Perhaps I should have showed it more. You were always there for me and the house when it was needed and just that is worth more than you could ever imagine. I wish and pray that you will lead a happy and joyous life and that whatever path you may choose shall take you to a place that gives you all that you deserve for I was not able to give you that. You and Gerard were the ones that give this house its soul back, not me nor any other Hanethor. The strength of Stafyr lies in the combined effort of the three lines and you are the greatest Sybilla that has ever lived, know that. But I shall leave you now with sadness in my heart that I can guide you further cousin. I wish I could be there to see your children grow up and know what a good father you will be but God works in mysterious ways. He has sent me to the Seven Skies where I shall find my rest, but whenever you need my advice. Simply listen to the voices in the wind and you shall hear the whispers of the Almannir in the highlands where you shall find me in the midst. Your Cousin, Leopold ________________________________ To my aunt, Rosemarie Perhaps the title is misleading as you are actually my cousin but the age difference always made it hard for me to figure. At the end of the day you were more as a mother to me and Nikolas then anyone else ever was. I always wished that you were with us in Markev, Reza and Nenzing but alas you found love in Curon and that’s where your home is. Father always called your husband Curon Man but from what I heard he keeps you happy. And that’s all that matters. It's a shame I won’t see your children grow up and lead lives of their own. Fendrel, Rowan and Liliana. I pray that they shall live long and happy lives and I shall keep an eye on them in the afterlife and protect them as best as I can. Let them know that their uncle will always be there for them, as the blood of Godwein that runs in their veins is strong and they are as much Stafyr as my own children. Ensure that they know of their legacy and take pride in it but are humble to those around them. When the first snow begins to fall during the cold winter months and the cold breeze comes in over the frozen sea. I want that to remind you that whatever happens, you, your family and your children are not alone. I shall always be there for all of you. You are sons and daughters of the highlands and descendants of Saint Godwein. Remember that. Your Nephew, Leopold ________________________________ To my cousin, Liam Adrian I don’t really know where to begin with this letter. First, I apologize. I wish we would have been closer, I always enjoyed your company but our paths never seemed to fully cross. I suppose God put us on different roads for a reason but perhaps we should have taken more time to simply enjoy a cup of wine in one another’s company. You always were more intellectual than most of the house combined and I believe we could have learnt much from one another. But the times for that has passed as I now rest easy in the embrace of the Seven Skies, the burdens of lordship stripped from my shoulders and passed down to my unfortunate son who shall carry this now. Perhaps we were not close for the simple reason that you were not meant to advice me, but to aid Erich to ensure that he knows not only the ways of the Haeseni but also that of the rest of the Empire. Heartlander and highlander alike. I would like to believe that is the case so I ask of you, aid my son in becoming the Lord we all think he could be and ensure that the line of Hanethor remains strong. The only thing that we truly can be sure of when we are born upon this world is that one day we shall die. In many years when you are old and grey I know you shall rejoin me in the Seven Skies dear Liam. And know that we shall enjoy Auverginian wine together in the presence of the Stafyrs of old and have those discussions I so much hoped for when we both lived. Live a long and joyful life, be deserving of the gifts bestowed upon you by your ancient blood and remain steadfast until the end. Your Cousin, Leopold ________________________________ To my nephew, Thondor the Younger Little Thondor, perhaps not as little anymore. Your father died so that Gerard and I could live and when the first sun hit the trees of the Spice Islands we promised that we would raise you and take care of you until you became a true Galtorian man. And what a Galtor you have become. The Guardians of Old would look upon you with such pride and joy that it would make Emmanuel’s strength fade in comparison to yours. It makes me glad knowing that even if I pass on this day you remain amongst the living, to protect my son and our lands from whoever would wish us harm and to guard not only the House of Stafyr but the Kingdom and Empire we so serve. You were always strong and I know that you shall remain so until the day you rejoin your father and I in the Seven Skies but until then young Thondor. Remember to be brave, be loyal, be honourable but most of all be the man you were supposed to become. The strong protector of Stafyr and Galtor that your father so much wanted you to be, that he himself was. I shall sit with your father in the embrace of the afterlife and look as you grow into the role bestowed upon you with such pride. Thondor the Guardian of Stafyr. Your Uncle, Leopold ________________________________ To my cousin, Hans the Small For to many evenings I have mocked and made fun of you when all we really should have done is sit by the fire in Nenzing and had a cup of wine and simply laughed at all the foolish insults we had thrown on one another. Behind all those sly insults, rude comments and general insultive behaviour lies one of the most shrewd minds I ever had the pleasure of meeting. Together we stormed the gates of Caer Baddyn and watched as the Vaeyl fell and the endless night was over. But it scarred us both to measures that I could not have imagined alas you remained there for the House when we most needed you. I will always owe you my life for what you did on that evening in Reza where you saved me from the tyrannical wretch that was my scum father. I owe you my life but I never could truly give you the respect you so deserve, that is a regret I shall take with me to the grave. Perhaps you were not an easy man to respect as you gave little back but maybe I just didn’t try hard enough. But alas it is what it is. My funeral shall be an expensive affair but yours, not so much. As we all know short people are cheaper to bury. One final insult, to ensure I get the final word. Your Cousin, Leopold ________________________________ To my cousin, Sigmand Sigmand, oh you were always a strange one. But that is the beauty of our house isn’t it? We all come from different paths in life and then we merge it together into this beautiful melting pot in Nenzing. It creates the greatness that is the House of Stafyr. And you are truly great. You’re.. Superstitious but somehow at the same time a sceptic. You’re scrawny but somehow still strong. You spent an hour arguing with Liam about the benefits of eating spam whilst you down a tankard of ale having its content run down all over your tunic. You are the true north, Sigmand. Even if you perhaps should learn more etiquette and finesse. You are who you are for a reason and God has plans for us all. I task you to be brave, strong. Control your fear of goblins, the shadows of the night and creeping desolation of the darkness for know that with fear is the only time a man can truly be brave. And I see bravery within you. And from now on use the garderobe in the northeastern tower, unless you want Elyse to throw you off the battlements. Your Cousin, Leopold ________________________________ To my cousin, Konrad Ah dear Konrad. To join our fold in these times of war may perhaps not be easy for a person of a scholarly disposition as yourself but you suit yourself well in war. I pray that your squireship under Ser Ulric will go well and that you shall grow to become a strong knight in servitude to our majesty’s crown. I do also hope that Georg shall teach you the manners and duties of that of the Duma. I wish we could have known one another better. But the brother to Artos is as much a brother to me. Through the seven skies I shall guide you on your journey to greatness and I will take pride in the path you shall walk upon. The world needs men like you. Continue on your path to manhood, Thomas is a steadfast guide for you and so is Ser Ulric. I know that this war will shall be long and tedious but survive. Grow a family, be happy and serve the Kingdom and your House diligently and one day we shall get to know one another truly. In the seven skies we shall all rejoice in the arms of God. Go well, cousin. Your Cousin, Leopold ________________________________ To Thomas and Elyse Thomas and Elyse.. When I hired the two of you I would never have guessed that one day you would plan to join hands in holy matrimony but here you both are, betrothed and I could not be more glad for the two of you. My two most trusted servants and dare I say it friends joining together until the end of times. It is truly a sorrow that I feel, knowing that I won’t see the two of you join together in the blessing of marriage. Thomas, you were always strong, loyal, honourable and just. I gave you tasks that few men could handle and you so gracefully executed any given role bestowed upon you. The tasks ahead of you are hard and requires the utmost diligence but I trust that you shall to the challenge and soar to see unbelievable heights. Remember that the Spice Islands are yours and that all trade that flows through there is to be within your hands. You were at most times my most trusted confidant and I ask that you remain so to my son, as he will surely need a man like you. Elyse, I could not think of anyone more loyal to the House of Stafyr than you. Simply from the moment we hired you, you remained so loyal. So diligent. The keep of Nenzing flourishes because of you and what you do for this House can't be measured in words. So you have grown as a person since you came to our fold in the early years of Arcas and alas so proud I have been to follow you on your journey. But unfortunately my journey ends here. Make your something truly special. Your Lord and Friend, Leopold ________________________________ To Ginevra Steiger Oh Ginevra, I will have to admit that during about half of our conversations I could barely understand a word that you spoke and simply guessed my answers but it seems that I have been fairly sufficient with those guesses. Always the eccentric. The scholar and inventor that you were was an amazing sight to see. We are blessed to have had you join our fold and serve our house to the capacity that you have and I simply pray that you shall remain in our service so that my son and daughter can learn from you. That they can be knowledgeable and wise in their lives and not only know of what is but also what has been. History is always the best foreteller of the future and that’s why I always enjoyed your company so much. As your knowledge and our discussions about the past history could surely have been about what is coming as well. I wish I could look at your clocks one final time and simply admire the craft but here I lay, dying on a wet field in the middle of nowhere. Live a good, long and prosperous life, Ginevra. That’s all I ask of you. Your Lord and Friend, Leopold ________________________________ To the King, His Majesty Marius II of Haense. To His Majesty, King Marius. If this letter reaches you then I am afraid that I, Leopold of Stafyr has fallen. Know my liege, that the greatest honour of my life was to serve under your reign as your Lord Kastellan and later Lord Palatine. It was a duty bestowed upon me that I so humbly tried to execute with the utmost diligence that I could. And I pray that I did such with the satisfaction you so asked of me. As a Lord and Count I did my best in to ensure that the north was held under your name and I gladly die serving under the banners of Haense. I have no regrets and my life was given so that this Empire we both serve can live free from the rule of tyrants. My son Erich shall now serve as the Count of Nenzing and God willing he shall serve diligently and the House of Stafyr shall remain loyal to the House of Barbanov until the end of days. One day my King perhaps we shall rejoice and celebrate our victory against the Pertinaxi in the Seven Skies together but I pray that it is many years until you rejoin my company and that our Kingdom shall see your long reign of peace and prosper. Many will perhaps see you as the man who let Ves burn but know your majesty. That Stafyr shall always see you as our King who we would follow to the neverending darkness of the void. And I shall always see you as, Marius. My friend who I gladly lay my life in service for. Your Loyal Subject, Leopold of Stafyr ________________________________ To the Emperor, His Imperial Majesty Joseph I. Holy Orenian Emperor To His Imperial Majesty, Joseph the First. You are the emperor we chose, the one we wanted to lead us. I willingly give up my life in service of the Empire you envision and know that the future for the Empire, Haense and Stafyr is great and it is owed to your wisdom and grace. It saddens me that I shall not witness your reign any longer then I have. I believe you will be the greatest emperor our realm has seen in a long time and it makes me very proud to know that I fought alongside such a man as yourself. A man I proudly proclaim My Emperor and who I followed into the frays of battle together with my King and the Haeseni people. My son will be a good man, a strong lord and a loyal vassal to Haense and the Empire but most of all he will be a good husband to your daughter. During their wedding day I shall look down from the Seven Skies and know that I shall shed a tear for that I am not there to see the union of our two ancient houses. But alas that is the decisive truth of war, is it not. That some may die so that others will live and if my death means that the Empire shall live on then so be it. I die with pride in my heart. Your Loyal Subject, Leopold of Stafyr ________________________________ To my friends, the members of the Council of Nenzing Perhaps calling us all friends is a stretch. Maybe we were more of necessary allies who came together with the belief that the realm needed to change. But I would die for every one of you, as our cause is in the end was just and we all serve our purpose to ensure the prosperity of the realm. So with that I shall forever consider you all my friends. Know that what we have done for this Empire is that of something great and that House Stafyr shall not falter to the cause regardless of my demise. Some will spit on the ground and call us traitors but in the end we did what we did as it was the right and honourable thing to do. We set aside our differences, our past conflicts and tensions to give the Empire something it deserve. Justice and honour. Do not let this fragile alliance falter once our goals have been accomplished. I beg of you all to do what you all can to ensure that prosperity of our Empire and that it remains strong. The Imperial ideas of Mankind is the cornerstone of every realm that has ever been, since the days of Asulon humanity has only been as strong as its emperor. And by God I believe we will be stronger then in centuries now. Lord Leopold of Stafyr ________________________________ To the people of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska For all my life my one purpose has been to serve the Haeseni people to the truest extent of my capabilities. Perhaps the annals shant remember me as the greatest Palatine this realm has ever had but do know that I tried. Our Kingdom is that of a prideful history and strong standing and it shall remain so far after I have perished. Until the end of times the foundations and belief of Haense will stand. The honour and pride that I have felt of being a part of this glorious nation we all share as our home can not be measured in any word and I can not even begin to explain the humility I have felt in serving the Haeseni. The House of Stafyr shall always remain as a steadfast pillar of our society and protect the northern borders of our Kingdom so that you all may live in a state of peace and prosper. I give up my life for you today. So that the nation of Hanseti-Ruska and the people of Highlandic descent may continue to live within its borders and shed the shackles of tyranny. I ask of the people to remain strong and follow its King and the House of Barbanov in these times so that our Crown can guide us to newfound prosperity and a new era of greatness for the north. The Falcon shall always follow the Crow and the Almannir shall always ride for the Haeseni. We come as crows. Your Chancellor and Lord Palatine, Leopold of Stafyr ________________________________
  13. I was born on a Reza street where the imperial drums did beat, And those loving Renatian feet they tramped all over us, And each and every night when me father came home tight He'd invite the neighboors outside with this chorus Come out ye inbred slags, come out and fight me like a man, Show your wife how you won medals down in Adria, Tell them how the Reivers made the Flays run like hell away From the grey and grizzly walls of Fort Loches-ah! Come tell us how you slew them poor Quali two by two, Like the orcs they have no nation status-ah! How proud you are you’ve won, when you face us two to one And you frightened them poor High Elves to the marrow. Come out ye inbred slags, come out and fight me like a man, Show your wife how you won medals down in Adria, Tell them how the Reivers made the Flays run like hell away From the grey and grizzly walls of Fort Loches-ah! Come let me hear you say all our leaders you have slain When you fought them ‘well’ and truly persecuted, Where are the smears and jeers that you proudly make us hear When your forces, they are defeated Come out ye inbred slags, come out and fight me like a man, Show your wife how you won medals down in Adria, Tell them how the Reivers made the Flays run like hell away From the grey and grizzly walls of Fort Loches-ah! Well the day is coming fast, your false Imperium shall not last When each Renatian man will be thrown before us, And with belly’s full of mead, we shall let them bend the knee With an oath or two to Joseph Marna’s cause: Come out ye inbred slags, come out and fight me like a man, Show your wife how you won medals down in Adria, Tell them how the Reivers made the Flays run like hell away From the grey and grizzly walls of Fort Loches-ah! ____________________________________________________________________________________ Penned and performed by, The Marnan Rovers @Wolfdwg
  14. ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Go on home Renatian Soldiers Go on home Have you got no ******* homes of your own For 100 years we've fought you without fear And we will fight you for 100 more If you stay Renatian Soldiers If you stay You'll never ever beat the HRA For the 200 men in Leuven Your cowardice, you have proven So take a seat And stop pretending you’re a Flay So Go on home Renatian Soldiers Go on home Have you got no ******* homes of your own For 100 years we've fought you without fear And we will fight you for 100 more We're not Courland, we're not Norland we're not Renatus We're Orenian and proud we are to be So **** your Dragons, black We’ve got our Empire back We want to see old Arcas free once more So Go on home Renatian Soldiers Go on home Have you got no ******* homes of your own For 100 years we've fought you without fear And we will fight you for 100 more We'll fight them Renatian Soldiers for the cause They fight us just because... Throughout our history We were born to be free So get out Renatian bastards leave us be So Go on home Renatian Soldiers Go on home Have you got no ******* homes of your own For 100 years we've fought you without fear And we will fight you for 100 more So Go on home Renatian Soldiers Go on home Have you got no ******* homes of your own For 100 years we've fought you without fear And we will fight you for 100 more ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Penned and performed by the jolly troupe of, The Marnan Rovers
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