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    Charles Napier - William Napier
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  1. A SUMMARY OF EVENTS In the case of THE CROWN v. “MR. BEAUTIFUL” 1754 CASE HEARD ON THE 17th TOBIAS BOUNTY , 1754 Evidence: Prosecution by Allanon and Briarwood. “Mr Beautiful” was witnessed murdering PAUL ALEXANDER VAROCHE. Multiple witnesses corroborate this evidence. When apprehended, he did not offer resistance. During the Trial, “Mr. Beautiful” admitted fully to cutting Paul Varoche’s throat, pleading guilty. Witnesses: – “Mr. Beautiful” – Showed and admitted to aberrant behavior. – Confirmed the statements of Mr. Allanon – Captain Rylan Swint – Witnessed abberant behavior and artwork, as well as the murder scene. – Lieutenant Elene Greythorn – Witnessed abberant behavior and artwork, as well as the murder scene. – Grzegosz Czarniecki – Witnessed the Murder directly. Defence: – No Witnesses offered. Following the trial, Judge Charles Napier gave the jury time to gather their information and decide upon a verdict. The Jury found the accused guilty for charges of murder and resisting arrest. Due to the severity of the assault, and for who the assault was inflicted upon, Judge Napier delivered the following punishment: “MR BEAUTIFUL” IS TO BE HANGED BY THE NECK UNTIL DEAD.
  2. “YEA.” Writes in Mr. Napier, the letter coming from the local hospital.
  3. To the Silver Council, It is an illegal and barbaric act you have committed here. The man to whom you dealt “legal” punishment to did not act as a private individual, but as the leader of a company of men engaged in an armed conflict with your state. Your alliance started the war, and continues to engage in war appropriate actions. To try an enemy combatant as a civilian brigand is completely outrageous. Furthermore, you have subjected him to torture – a practice that has been outlawed in the Empire for several years now. This Government has sought peace with your states for many years now, and have all been rejected. Know this, tyrant despots of the Mali – when this war is over, you shall bear the cost alone of the actions you have put forth, and a reckoning shall take you. William Napier, Senator for Helena. 5 Nauzica Square City of Helena Renatus Holy Orenian Empire.
  4. From the hospital where young William Napier was recuperating from his wounds, he would send a letter to the Senate. “On the amendmened Workers Right’s Guild’, I vote AYE in favour of it.” “On the Napier-Rutledge Bill, I vote AYE in favour of it.”
  5. so cool how ST finds time to stop 40 player RP but can’t find time to finish the loregames

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    2. NightcastorKitty

      NightcastorKitty

      Guns haven't been allowed ever and if you still don't know that when being a veteran on this server, that's your own problem. Despite what people think of the ST, that still doesn't give anyone permission to suddenly start rping what ever they want. 

    3. frill

      frill

      Is this still going? You're not going to achieve anything by continuing to flame after chomping at the bit to take bait.

    4. seannie

      seannie

      2 hours ago, NightcastorKitty said:

      Guns haven't been allowed ever and if you still don't know that when being a veteran on this server, that's your own problem. Despite what people think of the ST, that still doesn't give anyone permission to suddenly start rping what ever they want. 

      We had gun powder cannons though. I personally find it boring that we’ve been stuck on the same technological level for the past 6 or so years, and that the people who are the most adamantly opposed to any sort of progression, are magic cliques, or small elven niche players.

  6. Charles Napier looks forward to enjoying a cup of Senatorial Tea in HAMPTON TEA every morning.
  7. After reviewing the two (2) bills presented before him, William Napier, Senator for Helena would send a return letter to the senate. “The Senator from Helena votes YEA on the Imperial Budget Procedure Act.” “The Senator from Helena votes YEA on the Public Records Act.”
  8. C H A R L E S N A P I E R , K C M D O C T O R O F M E D I C I N E O N T H E S U B J E C T O F A L C E S A L C E S O R T H E T U R O V I A N E L K P R I N T E D I N H E L E N A B Y T H E E V E R A R D I N E C O L L E G E A C A D E M I C P R E S S I N A N N O D O M I N I MDCCL I N T R O D U C T I O N, The Turovian Elk, Alces Alces is a member of the deer family, and is by far the largest and heaviest species in the deer family. Elk are distinguished by the broad antlers of the mails; other members of the deer family hae antlers with a dendrite (Twiglike) pattern. It typically inhabits the boreal forests and broadleaf forests of the Hanseatic Coastline and Interior. Currently, most Turovian Elk are found in Hanseti-Ruska, and Curon. Their diet consists of both terrestrial (land based) and aquatic vegetation. The most common Elk predators are the gray wolf, along with bears and humans. Unlike most other deer species, Elk do not form herds and are solitary animals, aside from their calvus who remain with their money until eighteen months, at which point the cow chases away the young. Although generally slow-moving and sedentary, Elk can become aggressive and move quickly if startled or baited. Their mating season in the autumn features energetic fights between males. An Elk grazing in a mountain pasture. The Turovian Elk require a particular habitat, with specific factors within it. Adequate edible plants - pond grasses, Elkwillows, shrubs, and young trees - cover from predators, and protection from extreme weather conditions. Elk travel among different habitats between the seasons to address these requirements. Elk are cold adapted, with thickened skin, a dense, heat-retaining coat, and a low surface to volume ratio - which provides excellent cold tolerance, but poor heat tolerance. Elk survive the sweltering Hanseatic summers by seeking shade or wind, or by immersion in cool water, necessitating river or lakeshore habitats. When the heat is too much, Elk may fail to adequately forage in summer and may not gain adequate body fat to survive the winter. As well, Elk cows may not calve without adequate summer weight gain. Elk require access to both young forest for browsing, and mature forest for shelter and cover. Forest disturbed by fire and logging promotes the growth of fodder for Elk. Elk also require access to mineral licks - salt - safe places for calving, and aquatic feeding sites. Elk avoid areas with little or no snow, as this increases the risk of attack by wolves - but also avoid areas with deep snow, as this of course, impairs mobility. Thus, Elk select habitat on the basis of trade-offs between risk of attack, food availability and snow depth. Although Bison share the same ecological niche as dominant grazing mammals, they do not come into ecological conflict. Elk prefer the northern sub-alpine shrublands of Haense in early winter, whilst Bison prefer the wet sedge valley meadowlands in early winter. The two species share the same environment, but engage with different biomes. Population wise, there are roughly - estimated to be around nearly a million Elk around Haense-Ruska, and a further quarter-million in the Curonian Woodlands. The Turovian Elk in its habitat - the Lakeshore. Bull Elk have antlers as any other member of the deer family; Cows select mates based predominantly on Antler size. Elk use dominant displays of antlers to discourage competition and will fight rivals in rut. The size and growth rate of antlers is determined by diet and age; symmetry is indicative of a healthy Elk. The males antlers grow as cylindrical beams projecting from each side of the head, then fork. The lower prong of this fork may either be simple, or divided into two or three tines. Elk antlers are broad and palmate (flat) with tines (points) along the outer edge. Elk with antlers have more acute hearing than those without antlers, it seems. The antlers of mature Haensetian Bull Elk have a normal spread of eighty inches. Antler beam diameter, not the number of tines, indicates age. In Haense, Elk antlers are usually larger than those of their Curonic counterparts, and have two lobes on each side, like a butterfly. Curonic Elk antlers resemble a seashell, with a single lobe on each side. After the mating season, males drop, or shed their antlers to conserve energy for the winter. A new set of antlers will then regrow in the spring. Antlers take three to five months to fully develop, making them one of the fastest growing animal organs. Antler growth occurs by an extensive system of capillary vessels in the skin covering, giving them a ‘velvet’ texture. This requires intense grazing to sustain. By the onset of autumn, the velvet is removed by rubbing and thrashing which changes the colour of the antlers - from velvet brown, to bloody red, to a lighter bone colour. Immature bulls may not shed their antlers for the winter, retaining them until the following spring. Birds, small carnivores such as foxes and lynx, and rodents will eat dropped antlers for the nutrient rich velvet blood they leave behind. A Bull Elk with a stately set of Antlers. The Elk is a herbivore, and capable of consuming a wide variety of plants and fruit. Much of an Elk’s diet is derived from terrestrial vegetation, mainly consisting of ferns and other non-grasses, as well as fresh shoots from trees like willow, or birch. Around half of an Elk’s diet however, consists of aquatic plant life, a requirement they seemingly need to fulfill - or get quite ill and sickly. A Typical Elk, weighing eight-hundred pounds can eat up to eighty pounds of food per day. Elk lack upper front teeth, but have eight sharp incisors on their lower jaw. They also have a tough tongue, which aids in the eating of woody vegetation. They bear six pairs of flat molars, and ahead of those, six pairs of premolars, for which to grind their food. An Elk’s upper lip is sensitive, and prehensile, to grasp its food. In the summer, they may use this lip to grab branches, stripping the entire branch of leaves in one mouthful, or for pulling up plants, aquatic or otherwise by the base. An Elk’s diet often depends on its location, but they seem to prefer new growths from deciduous trees. To reach high up branches, an Elk may bend small saplings down, using its lip, mouth or body. Elk eat many aquatic plants, including liles and pondweed. They are excellent swimmers, and are known to wade into deep water to find their preferred plants. This also serves a secondary purpose in cooling down on hot summer days, and ridding itself of blackflies. Thusly, Elk are attracted to marshes and river banks during warmer months as both provide suitable vegetation to eat and water to cool themselves in. Elk are the only deer that are capable of feeding underwater. As an adaptation for underwater feeding, their nose is equipped with fatty pads and muscles that close the nostrils when exposed to water pressure, preventing water from entering their nose. Elk are not grazing animals, but browsers. Like the giraffe, they carefully select food. Unlike most hooved animals, Elk cannot eat hay, and the consumption of it may be fatal. An Elk in the aspens. Fully grown Elk have few enemies, par the wolf and the bear. Packs of wolves may pose a threat to isolated females with calves. Karovic bears may also prey on Elk, but this is very rare. However, Karovic bears are more likely to take over a wolf kill than to hunt an Elk on their own. Black bears and cougars may be significant predators of Elk calves in the summer months. The Wolverine are most likely to eat Elk as carrion, but have killed elk, including adults when the large ungulates are weakened by harsh winter conditions. Orcas are the Elk’s only known marine predator, as they have been known to prey on elk swimming between Islands. In some areas, Elk are the primary source of food for wolves. Elk usually flee upon detecting packs. Attacks may last seconds, though sometimes they may be drawn out for days whilst hunting adults. A hunting tactic is to chase the elk into streams or frozen rivers, where movement is greatly hampered. Elk will sometimes stand their ground, and defend themselves with a charge, or by kicking with their hooves. Elk are a diurnal species. They are usually solitary with the strongest bonds being that between mother and calf. Although Elk rarely gather in groups, there may be several in a small area during mating seasons. Rutting and mating occurs during the autumn months. During the rut, mature bulls will cease feeding completely for a period of two weeks. The males are polygamous and will seek several females to breed with. During this time, both genders will call to each other. Males will fight for access to females. Initially, the males assess which of them is the most dominant, and a bull may retreat - however, this competition may escalate into a deadly, antler shattering fight. Female Elk have an eight month gestation period, usually bearing one or two calves. Newborn Elk have fur with a reddish hue, in contrast to the brown appearance of an adult. The young then stay with their mother until the next set are born. A Cow and her Calves.
  9. Senator William Napier of Helena signs this petition put forth by his constituent!
  10. Dr. Charles Napier, KCM applauds this motion, mailing the Sutican Department of Conservation several of his Wildlife documents. https://www.lordofthecraft.net/forums/topic/187930-a-missive-on-penguins/ https://www.lordofthecraft.net/forums/topic/187934-a-missive-on-polar-bears/ https://www.lordofthecraft.net/forums/topic/185095-a-missive-on-sea-turtles/ https://www.lordofthecraft.net/forums/topic/185535-a-missive-on-sea-otters/
  11. “Although the process is negotiated, one can expect 70 to 90% of sales profits returning to the author.”
  12. SIR Charles Napier speaks the oath proudly and loudly...! “I swear to be true to the Emperor and the realm and not to maintain silence about any evil that I may know which is being contemplated against them. I swear to work tirelessly to the betterment of the Empire and the Orenian people that comprise it. I swear also not to eat or drink with traitors and not to have anything in common with them, and always to defend the honor of the gentlemen I serve. This I swear by the Holy Scrolls.”
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