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  1. Imperium

    The Human Crisis

    The Human Crisis: A Division of Spirit and the Orenian Resolve 8th of Snow Maiden 1717 Va Birodeo Herzenav e Edlervik, We stand at the cross roads to history, the summer soldier and sunshine supporter will in crisis shrink from their service to Oren. Let it be know that no great triumph was accomplished without first great hardship. Those who stand by us now deserves the love and thanks of all people of Oren. The tyranny of Pertinaxi vices is not one that we easily be diminished, but like all conflict and all tribulation, we derive the strength and resolve to achieve glorious triumph. Renatus with its armies believe they can bind us in chains; burn our homes and slaughter our families. They are fools to believe that terror can be used to break our will, for tyranny like hell is not so easily overcome. I have faith that GOD the highest of all mortal and immortal authority will not allow to be engulfed by military or political destruction, nor leave them without support, for the cause of true freedom and morality is at stake. I, for one, cannot see in any means that the so-called ‘Emperor’ of Renatus can look to the Seven Skies for help against us; a renowned heretic, a dishonorable pretender, a sower of disunion, and an agent of violence and murder has nothing to offer to the source of all good. It is quite surprising how the flow of panic and dismay runs through a nation. Of course, all nations have endured such phenomena. Renatus trembles at the resolute and unwavering stature of the Holy Orenian Empire, whose dedication to the Rule of Law and the freedoms of a good people are at the core of that mission. By Saint Peter’s sake, we will be victorious. The present times call for us to remain loyal and express all fidelity to the cause with which justifies the upright. Let these words be a sign of great caution. Before the chasm of the great divide break between our ranks, let us together reason the current state of affairs. The conduct unlike the values we espouse is an invitation to those who would see us be harmed. The enemy entices those innocents with malicious intent, yet I am confident that a crisis cannot be won with the strong hearts and wills to deny them victory over us. The present crisis is not bore out of malice or revenge, but rather it is the swift and kindred resentment of the suffering people, with no view but the good of all, have staked their own confidence in a seemingly inevitable end. Yet it is folly to argue against this determination, for the eloquent words of Orenian thinkers and patriots strike the ear, the language of sorrow but no less of zeal draw forth the winds of compassionate unity. Nothing can break the tempered steel of the heart of a true patriot. Ave Imperium. IV JOVEO MAAN, His Royal Majesty, King Marius II 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
  2. “Not while there’s a Barbanov left alive,” Marius comments as he reads the pretenders titles.
  3. “I’ll be sure to give William Jrent a response once we storm the walls of Helena,” Marius comments as he reads to missive.
  4. “His Imperial Majesty has already made it clear there will be trials held for the traitors against Oren.” Marius comments as he reads the petition
  5. A Response to the False Pretender: In Defense of Sovereignty 17th of Sigismund’s End, 1715 Va Birodeo Herzenav e Edlervik, As we embark on this present course, we acknowledge the many sacrifices that our men have made for the objective and moral cause of human freedom and peace. Our times warrant an objective truth. Our people yearn to be freed from the burdens of injustice and oppression. The final rectification comes from unity through the true Emperor, Joseph I. You mischaracterize this Empire. You have in such condescending and untruthful terms branded it a “Haeseni Empire.” It attests to your oblivious nature to resort to monikers and titles to accommodate your simple mind. Your rule only concerns itself with its authority over another, not the unity and lawfulness that true leadership should espouse. As I return to your point on such a “Haeseni Empire” that you have denounced, you fail to see the greater work being had. The Holy Orenian Empire stands. It is this regime that seeks to fix the decades of disunion and fragmentation that the Pertinax line has allowed to wrack the body of the human realm. The Holy Orenian Empire maintains the ardent belief in Human Unity, the tenets of undeniable truths in the Faith, and the Peace and Law that upholds the spirit of humanity together as one. The Holy Orenian Empire is the embodiment of such unity. The many dynamic vassal states stand under the banner of Emperor Joseph I as a diverse and resolute imperial polity that stands poised to protect its sovereignty from the shackles of Renatian vices. Our respective governments heed to the true Imperial Crown. We stand with our Emperor Joseph I, who by his presence among us is the defender of human sovereignty, Head of the Commonwealth of Man, Protector of our Liberties. The nobility that you address are beholden to no one but to the cause to uphold the right with GOD as our witness. The Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska and the nobles in the Kingdom of Curon, the Golden City of Ves, the County of Leuven, the Princedom of Fenn, and all who labor thereof affirm our sovereignty and in defense of the Holy Orenian Empire. May GOD uphold our Emperor, Joseph I. IV JOVEO MAAN, His Royal Majesty, King Marius II 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
  6. “I would have perished had I not persisted ,” Marius mutters to himself as he reads the address. “You’ve gained the loyalty of traitors and Oath breakers, I shall remain loyal to the true Emperor Joseph of Marna.”
  7. Marius lofts an eyebrow, “Who the hell is this?”
  8. Marius nods in approval
  9. “oh how the mighty have fallen,” Marius comments when he hears of Ser Rodriks part in the battle.
  10. FROM THE THRONE: A RESPONSE TO ROMULUS AND TO ALL RENATIAN PRETENDERS 15th of Tobias’ Bounty, 1715 Va Birodeo Herzenav e Edlervik, I write out of candor and sincerity to the words penned by Romulus of the Pertinaxi Pretenders, for his words are written out of dishonest zeal. As king, my obligation is to my subjects with whom I am bound for their security, stability, and service. Long has it been overdue that the reign for the Aurelian Regime to recognize the burdens it has brought unto the people of humanity. “To the people of Haense, where was the bravado when you allowed Adria to be burned? Where was the love for Adria as it burned?” Romulus of Renatus audaciously questions my honor and my loyalty to humanity. For it was not I who sought to burn down the homes and graneries of Adria. Nay, it was your Emperor Antonius who ordered the destruction of their lands and livelihoods. Before you ask me for my bravado and goodness, ask your own kin where his judgment and leadership lies? How can I be criticized for an action brought to my feet by the man who I was sworn to obey? The tyranny and burning of Adria begins with the top. Take accountability for your family’s decisions! My entire being goes to the people of Adria. As their Duke, I know my obligation to my people and to that I regret that I did not do more to protect them from the unjust dominion of the Pertinaxi. It is I who is to be bound by GOD’s judgment for this passiveness and with that I extend my hand of cooperation, my tears of grief, and my anger against those who sought to burden my people with the fires of attrition. “Haense has been one of the most loyal vassals to the Imperium. Your predecessor Sigmar bent the knee to my great-grandfather, and you decide to not uphold your family’s oath to mine, no you side with the false pretenders.” I cannot be an oathbreaker when the Empire that you have accused me of betraying is no more. Was it not your Emperor Antonius, who declared himself the last Emperor of this line, who released us vassals of our oath and allegiance? I now must make the decisive choice that a king must make, one that you and your princelings no nothing about. My late grandfather, King Sigmar Lothar, was a man with great judgment. In the interests of protecting Haense and the unification of Man, he bent the knee with the hope of securing a lasting integrity and dignity from the lieges who would govern this newly proclaimed Imperial dynasty. I follow in this model of leadership, recognizing this same vision that he once did. However, I must forge a new path for the Highlanders. That is why Joseph I of Marna is my liege to whom I swear my unconditional allegiance and cooperation. My predecessors have suffered enough of your family’s unjust dominion. My judgment serves me right and I know that even GOD Himself who sits justly in the Seven Skies knows this to be true. I am a man not of meekness as you suggest. I am a man of resolve. I am Marius II.
  11. Marius signs the treaty with a suns smile
  12. “Oh how the mighty have fallen. . “ Marius shakes his head at the news.
  13. Marius goes through the letter the monarchs exchanged many years ago, ”He cared for his people, that much is true.”
  14. King Marius smiles at the thought, ”Might be a good distraction after everything that’s happening.”
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