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  1. Council Changes of 1773 Since the first reign of Aelthos III Tundrak, the Fennic council has remained mostly static. Initially designed with the intent to satisfy the demands of Aelthos’s time, the changes in our world bring about new challenges, therefore demanding that Fenn adapt in kind. In order to embark on this new direction, Grand Prince Aelthos III Tundrak has set about reorganizing the Fennic council. With the above in mind, the following changes will occur: Due to being deemed unnecessary, the office of the Grand Chancellor is abolished forthwith. As instructed by Wyvurn, the position of Arch Vigilant shall always be fulfilled by a woman of the faith.. The position of High Emissary will be relegated to the Lower Council. Due to being deemed unnecessary, the office of the Grand Exchequer is abolished forthwith. The duties of the Bilok’Thuln will be transferred to the Ivae’Fenn. The position of Grand Steward will be relegated to the Lower Council. Due to past abuses and injustices, the office of the Grand Treasurer is abolished forthwith. From here on out, the treasury will be managed only by the Grand Prince or Princess. From these changes arises a Lower Council to handle many of the smaller matters that affect Fenn on the daily. The positions are as such: High Emissary Grand Steward Bloodline Heads HIS SERENE HIGHNESS, Aelthos of the Tundrak Bloodline, third of his name, Grand Prince of the Princedom of Fenn and Mali’Fenn, Patriarch of the Tundrak Bloodline, Protector of the Idhren’tirn, Hesin’fin, Commander of the Citadel of Acael, Protector of Tahu’lareh, the chosen of Wyrvun
  2. HEUSSEN-TUNDRAK CONTRACT Signed 1772. A contract between Grand Prince Aelthos Tundrak III and the Heusstandarte Company shall be ratified with immediate effect. The contract, mutually negotiated by both parties’ liaison corps and by credence of their masters, entails the following stipulations; The Heusstandarte Company shall henceforth act in a leal capacity at the direction of Grand Prince Aelthos Tundrak III. A sum of fifty-thousand Minae shall be consigned to the Heusstandarte Company coffers. A permanent outpost shall be entrusted in the name of Commander Martin Heusmann, to serve as the company’s base of operations. Signed, His Highness Aelthos Tundrak III, Grand Prince of Fenn Martin Heussman, Commandant of the Heusstandarte Tomas Bernt Fitzgerald Esq, Business Attorney
  3. A young man dressed in a black and yellow uniform would appear infront of the two, a letter on his hands. He would be soaked from running all over Arcas. ”To my old friends Varan and Alenia Atmorice, due to the recent change in leadership, you are both invited to Fenn once more as your loyalty has not been forgotten. May Wyvurn guide your way to our Princedom” The letter would have a blue flower in it. -Signed Grand Prince Aelthos Tundrak
  4. The letter would be delivered to Aesilnoth by a young man dressed in a black and yellow uniform. “To my beloved uncle Aesilnoth, I would like for you to join me in Fenn to remember the good old times. It has been a while since we last spoke.” The letters would be poorly written, indicating it was personally written by Aelthos. -Signed Grand Prince Aelthos Tundrak
  5. Grand Prince Aelthos Tundrak would send a letter to Martin Heusmann, inviting him to the Princedom of Fenn.
  6. Hey King, You Dropped This “A bit awkward to be meeting in a tavern of all places for something like this.” Aelthos grumbled, helping himself to a sip of his wine. He looked around, appreciating how much nicer the place was since he had left, but still feeling almost uncomfortable being out in the open like this. He could at least take solace in knowing that it was a slower evening, and there were only a handful of patrons below. “Better than that stiff throne.” his son, Grand Prince Akkar, laughed. “Come on, admit it, you hated sitting on that damn thing too.” Aelthos smiled, now beginning to be at ease. His son was the happiest he had seen him in… almost ever. The burden of rulership lay heavy on the shoulders of those who believed they were fit for it, and many who took that challenge were driven to ruin. Such had nearly happened to him, just as it happened to his other son. It was good to see that being prince had seemingly uplifted Akkar, much unlike what it had done to Aldred. “It’s been ages, father, so long that I thought you were dead.” Akkar confessed, scratching the back of his neck. “I’m glad that you ventured all the way here. I don’t know what I would’ve done had you not.” he said, his tone having shifted from his jovial self. Aelthos smirked, propping one foot atop the other. “You think I’m the type to just go and die? I’ve lived too damn long to keel over anytime soon.” “I suppose not.” Akkar smiled as he rested his arms on the table, leaning forward and looking his father in the eye. “How’s a third run sound to you?” he asked suddenly. Aelthos blinked. “Huh?” “I know, I’ve just sprung it upon you quite unfairly, but I must be honest with both you and myself…” he began, biting his lip as he paused to take a swig of his own wine. “I’d like some time to rest, father, and I believe that you’re the man best-suited to take my place. You’ve led us twice before, so you know how this all works. I won’t force you into anything, though, if you don’t want to.” Aelthos simply sat there for a moment, almost glaring at his son. Quite a way to spring such a serious matter upon him, and in such a casual setting too. Damn the youth and their propensity for tactlessness, he thought to himself, grumbling. However, he almost had an admiration for the approach, it was one that was markedly unique- of course it would be a son of his that would find such a way. What kind of father would he be if he declined? “Fine.” he muttered, crossing his arms. “Third time’s a charm, isn’t it?” he chortled, downing the rest of his wine. “You’ve done well, son. It’s about time I’ve gotten back in the swing of things. I reckon it’s time I see some old faces once again- they wouldn’t dare ignore the summons of the Grand Prince!” he guffawed, at this point talking to himself more than to Akkar. “Indeed…” Akkar murmured, looking down at the ground floor of the tavern. He was met with several faces looking back at him. “They must be confused as hell…” he whispered to himself, amused with the thought. “Oh well. They’ll understand things soon enough.” The father and son had many more drinks that night, and their conversation drew so long that the talk of abdication became merely an aside that the two would deal with in the morning. For now, though, the men merely enjoyed the company of each other and the patrons that were there, for nothing is as rare and fortunate as conducting a transfer of power that goes over smoothly.
  7. Aelthos thinks that the poster is highly detailed as he couldnt have done it better himself.
  8. Frerir nods with a smile! ((Checking if I can post here))
  9. The Dwemmunist Party of Urguan (DPU) Thamar var nevrumm Vroth!(We will never lose!) Thamar var nevrumm Nazka! (We will never break!) Forevruum ljoroth! (Forever Orange!) Khrum Fraed da Rikkin! (All back the Leader!) Khrum Nogazen da Rikkin! (All love the Leader!) Freeman and slave, patrician and plebeian, lord and serf, guild-master, and journeyman, in a word, oppressor and oppressed, stood in constant opposition to one another, carried on an uninterrupted, now hidden, now open fight. A fight that each time ended, either in a revolutionary reconstitution of society at large, or in the common ruin of the contending classes. In the earlier epochs of history, we find almost everywhere a complicated arrangement of society into various orders, a manifold gradation of social rank. In ancient Urguan, we have patricians, long-beards, plebeians, clan fathers; in the old times, lords, vassals, guild-masters, journeymen, apprentices, serfs; in almost all of these classes, again, subordinate gradations. The modern bourgeois society that has sprouted from the ruins of feudal society has not done away with class antagonisms. It has but established new classes, new conditions of oppression, new forms of struggle in place of the old ones. Our epoch, the epoch of the bourgeoisie, possesses however this distinct feature: it has simplified class antagonisms. Society as a whole is more and more, splitting up into two great hostile camps; into two great classes directly facing each other — Bourgeoisie and Proletariat. The bourgeoisie, during its rule, has created more massive and more colossal productive forces than have all preceding generations together. Subjection of Nature’s forces to Dwed machinery, application of Runes to industry and agriculture, navigational advancements, railways, clearing of land for cultivation, whole populations conjured out of the ground — what earlier century had even a presentiment that such productive forces slumbered in the lap of social labour? We see then: the means of production and of exchange, on whose foundation the bourgeoisie built itself up, were generated in old society.. At a certain stage in the development of these means of production and of exchange, the conditions under which old society produced and exchanged, the old organisation of agriculture and manufacturing industry, in one word, the old relations of property became no longer compatible with the already developed productive forces; they became so many fetters. They had to be burst asunder. -The Palace of Skippy Irongut, Father of the Dwemmunist Party of Urguan Main Roles & Offices of the Party Under King of Urguan; No official role within the Dwemmunist Party of Urguan (DPU), but hailed as the spiritual successor of Skippy Irongut of the Dwemmunist Party of Urguan, and holds absolute power through association. Utah Ireheart General Secretary of the Dwemmunist Party of Urguan; The General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Dwemmunist Party of Urguan, or the DPU, is the most powerful of the Central Committee's various secretaries, under the spirital guidance of the Under King. Frerir Irongrinder Dwolitboro of the Central Committee of DPU; The Dwolitburo is the highest authority under the General Secretary, within the Dwemmunist Party of Urguan. Officer Grudgebeard Kalgrimmor Uldraek Goldhand Hieden Grandaxe Axel Ireheart Balek Irongut Jorvin Starbreaker Secretariat of the DPDU Central Committee; The Secretariat of the Dwemmunist Party of Urguan, often referred to as the Secretariat of the DPU, has responsibility for the central administration of the party. Atandt Irongrinder Hieden Grandaxe DGB; Central Committee of the DPU; The Central Committee of the Dwemmunist Party of Urguan, is the executive leadership of the party, acting between the people and the party. This committee directs all party and governmental activities. Its members are elected by the Dolitburo, from the People. The Guilds of the People; Tira Eron Anym The Dwed of Urguan; The Dwed of Urguan are the backbone of the nation, and as such their leaders are the lifeblood of the Dwemmunist Party of Urguan. ((Special Thanks to @Harold for the 100% quality memes))
  10. Aelthos Tundrak would look at his uncle Hadolph as he then shakes his head. He would then nod as he grabs a parchment from his table. “To my dear son and his so few snow elves remaing, Aesilnoth is a Tundrak and you cant change that. Please refrain from doing so or I will make sure to find time and visit you to teach you how our family works.” -Signed Aelthos.
  11. APPOINTMENT OF A NEW MAYOR, 1757 Issued by his Excellency Anton Rovin, the Governor-General of Kaedrin on behalf of the Crown upon the 5th of the Sun’s Smile, 1757. The first Mayoral term for the Borough of Owynsburg, in light of our new settlement’s infancy, shall not begin with an election. Instead, it is in the best interest of the town and broader Kaedrin that Article I of The Borough of Owynsburg Act, 1757 is invoked, permitting me to appoint a non-elected Mayor in recognising the need for an election without an electorate as a suitable ‘time of crises’. From the postage of this proclamation until the end of their four year term upon the 5th of the Sun’s Smile 1761, Gildi McScribley shall serve as the Mayor of Owynsburg. They will vow to adhere to the rights and duties outlined in the Borough of Owynsburg Act 1757 until the end of their term at which point the first Mayoral Election of Owynsburg shall commence. At which point Gildi McScribley must achieve a majority vote against any opposition that steps forth if they wish to continue for a second term, lest the opposing candidate be rightfully elected as their replacement.
  12. The Borough of Owynsburg Act, 1757 Written by his Grace Leopold Guy Helvets, the Duke of Cathalon on behalf of the Diet of Kaedrin. Confirmed by his Excellency Anton Rovin, the Governor-General of Kaedrin on behalf of the Crown upon the 5th of Tobias’ Bounty, 1757 Following the construction of the Town of Owynsburg, situated at the southern point of the Duchy of Cathalon beneath Varoche Palace, the house has noted the need for a municipal body to govern and maintain the town as its own estate within our commonwealth. Defined as the Borough of Owynsburg, the town council’s powers will reach no further than the Inner Town of Owynsburg (recognised as all buildings contained within the Owynsburg wall), the Red Market (recognised as the stretch between the gate of Owynsburg and the Cathedral of Saint Wilfriche, notably behind the main gate allowing access to the Duchy of Cathalon) and the Cathedral of Saint Wilfriche. The Mayoral Delegation The Mayoral Delegation encompasses the of the bureaucracy of the Borough of Owynsburg, made up of a number of diverse appointments each designed to carefully tend to one facet of the city machine. Elevations to positions on the delegation are achieved via election, or appointment, of which all are overseen and confirmed by the Secretary of Internal Affairs or direct royal prerogative. Mayor of Owynsburg One position, elected by the property holders of Owynsburg, and affirmed by the Secretary of Internal Affairs, to serve for four-year terms. Serving as head of the delegation, and administrator of the local bureaucracy and chief organiser of the town’s housing, population growth and events. Judges of the Communal Tribunal Three positions, appointed by royal prerogative and affirmed by the Secretary of Internal Affairs, to serve for four-year terms. Serving as triumvirate of the courts, presiding as a unit over all legal trials both of an inquisitorial and adversarial nature. Comptroller and Auditor of Owynsburg One position, appointed by the Mayor of Owynsburg, and affirmed by the Secretary of Internal Affairs or royal prerogative, to serve until sacked. Serving as manager of the financial assets and liabilities of the Inner Town of Owynsburg and the Red Market. Clerks of Owynsburg Unlimited positions, appointed by the Mayor, and affirmed by royal prerogative to serve until sacked. Serving as bureaucrats to fulfill their assigned duties, presiding over one facet of the Borough of Owynsburg, while as well serving primarily as stewards, handling matters of housing and zoning. Bishop of Kaedrin One position, appointed by his High Holiness from the Church of the Canon and concurrently Cardinal of Ves, to serve until death. The chief administrator of the Cathedral of Saint Wilfriche, to work in cooperation with the Borough in providing religious guidance and ceremony to the townspeople of Owynsburg as well as the faithful of broader Kaedrin. Regulations under the Borough of Owynsburg Act The Mayor of Owynsburg must be elected from the property holding populous of the town, and may only be appointed by Royal Prerogative in times of crises such as the current Mayor’s death. Mayoral elections are to be held once every four years, with current Mayors eligible to be indefinitely re-elected should the townspeople deem them fit. The Mayor of Owynsburg must be a Canonist human loyal to the Commonwealth of Kaedrin. The Mayor of Owynsburg may not concurrently serve as the King of Kaedrin, Governor-General of Kaedrin, Duke of Cathalon or Colonel of the 2nd Regiment of Foot. The Red Market must at all times be kept accessible to the broader people of Kaedrin to both pass in and out of the Duchy of Cathalon and do trade with the townsfolk or other wandering merchants. The Borough of Owynsburg holds no authority over the ordained staff of the Cathedral of Saint Wilfriche; such privileges are reserved for the clergy as deemed fit by the Bishop of Kaedrin. The Mayor of Owynsburg will work in cooperation with the Colonel of the 2nd Regiment in ensuring free movement, garrisoning, recruitment and the ability to enforce Kaedreni and Imperial Law within the physical lands referred to as under the municipality in this document. The Borough of Owynsburg holds no authority over the broader Duchy of Cathalon, or any other territory in Kaedrin. Its reach in full extends to the Inner Town of Owynsburg, the Red Market and the Cathedral of Saint Wilfriche. The Borough of Owynsburg may not expand into any physical space nor territory not prior outlined in this document without the consent of royal prerogative. The procedures of legality established in Ves Criminal Laws shall remain unchanged within the Borough of Owynsburg; in the enforcement of these laws all mention of ‘The Golden City of Ves’, ‘The City of Ves’ and ‘Ves’ shall be recognised as applicable and interchangeable with ‘The Borough of Owynsburg’, ‘The Town of Owynsburg’ and ‘Owynsburg’ and the physical lands referred to as under the municipality in this document. If found unfit for their duties, the Mayor of Owynsburg can be impeached by a trial held by the Diet of Kaedrin, presided over by royal prerogative. The Mayor is deemed unfit to serve if they violate the Regulations set out in the Borough of Owynsburg Act. The Mayor is deemed unfit to serve if they neglect their responsibilities as Mayor, succumbing to decadence in naming their delegation and fulfilling their personal duties in office. The Mayor is deemed unfit to serve if they are found absent from office for two years. The Mayor is deemed unfit to serve if they are found to be personally violating the Ves Criminal Laws and the Imperial Law. If tried and found unfit to serve by the Diet, the next Mayoral election will instantly begin, with the impeached unable to run for office until the following term.
  13. Anton Rovin nods as he starts the preparations for the wedding.
  14. Anton II Rovin would shake his head as he reads the titles. “It seems that once more, those Haensetians who have been calling us “friends” are so eager to steal our titles.” He would then attach a document on the bird before sending it to Andrik. “The Title of Grand Duke of Vanderfell belongs to my father as the eldest of the Rovins. Lets not repeat the same old story a third time.”
  15. 12th Malin’s Welcome 1742 From this day forth, Varan Atmorice is official unbanished from the Princedom of Fenn. Signed, Grand Prince Aelthos Tundrak III
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