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  1. [!] On the 23rd of the Grand Harvest 1750, following the loss of his heir Crown Prince Richard, King Edward I passed away due to heart failure in his study at Pembroke Palace at the age of 110 and the following letter was found in his chambers and presented to his family [!] LAST WILL and TESTAMENT of KING EDWARD I of SUFFONIA We art writing this letter as the last will and testament of Us Edward first of Our name, first King of Suffonia. Today we learned Our dearest firstborn son and heir to Our throne, Crown Prince Richard died because of an infernal heart attack, at the age of 82, during his self-imposed exile for solitude. Up until this day every act and decision of Our’s aimed to leave Our dear Richard a mighty and peaceful kingdom. It was Our intention to abdicate Our throne to him at the end of this war, so that he would reign over Our realms for years to come. Alas cruel fate took Our son long before his time and we find that we lost the joy and purpose of Our life and We can feel that with each breath We art exhaling Our life out of Our feeble body. Thus, We art writing this letter with haste, hoping to complete it before Our time comes. Curious though, after living for a century and a decade, when We try to gather Our thoughts, We find the days of Our youth comes to Us with ease, while even yesterday avoids Us like a shy maiden. We can vividly recall the first day We have stepped on to the lands of Atlas; the year was 1658, We were a young man of eighteen years, accompanied only by Our first wife Elizabeth, Our servant Galen Warwick and Our personal guard Henry Lodmund. The first settlement We reached was the capital of the Principality of Curon, its name alludes Us after all this time. But We remember her Princess Regent, Linette I. We remember taking appointments from her for an audience concerning joining her civil service, thrice We were stood up. We wonder sometimes if ninety-two years ago We were allowed to join her principality, would We today still be besieging the Kingdom of Curonia with Our armies, would Curonia still bleed under Our blade? Anyhow, We remember that after failing to find a place for Ourself in Curon, We took the roads in search of a home. We found Our home with Darius DeNurem, then Prince of Hanseti, and served him first as an ambassador then as the Baron of Alnwick, whom in return granted Us a fief north of Renatus. He would be the one who introduced Us to his majesty King Aurelius of Renatus-Marna and his young and dashing Archchancellor Charles Elliot Horen in the year 1662. King Aurelius would then on the 21st of Grand Harvest 1663, recognize Us as a Baron and Peer of his kingdom, due to Our contributions to his forces in Atlas Coalition War and We consider that day to be the first day of Our ascension. After being recognized as a Baron of Renatus-Marna, We commissioned a modest castle of Our own design on Our fief, Alnwick Keep and oversaw its completion by the end of 1664. We would watch with pride while people started settling into Our modest estate and form the people, whom would later be named as Suffonian people. Our community and estate grew slowly but surely and soon We were able rally Our true warriors to serve Our liege. Our life was not without hardship, by the year 1666 a nearby Turkin tribe ruled by a family called Osmanoglu begun looting and raiding our estate, disturbing commerce and growth. As we had no walls to keep all of our citizens safe, with the help of Henry Lodmund we levied all of our able-bodied men and met the Turkins on battlefield. We managed to slay all male members of Osmanoglu Family during the confrontation, thus achieved Our first personal victory and won over Our first vassal. As Henry Lodmund won the respect and hearts of the now leaderless tribe, Turkins accepted to pledge their loyalty to Henry Lodmund and through him to Our House of Suffolk. Osmanoglu tribe, as We called them out of respect to Our fallen opponent, would become Our first de facto vassal. The Tribe would later be re-organised into an armed unit following the Imperial Letters for Osmanoglu Barony issued by Emperor of Man, Augustus I in 1701. With the vassalisation of Osmanoglu Tribe and due to an influx of migration to Our estate, we ordered the commission of Pembroke City around our Alnwick Keep in the year 1667. But as faith had a cruel plan for Us, it would take years before we could see it completed. In the year 1668 we married for the second time to Loreli Rosewell, as Our first wife and mother of Our three sons passed away the year before. We failed to find happiness in Our marriage, as shortly after the wedding We suffered a seizure and fell into a coma. As We were comatose for the following twelve years, Our knowledge of the events that took place comes from different but friendly sources. With the hope of finding a cure and curiously concerned for Our safety, Henry Lodmund would gather his Turkin soldiers and tour the realm with his comatose liege for the years to come. Our servant Galen Warwick also removed Our sons from our estates and took care of them abroad until We were fully recovered. Our wife Baroness Loreli became regent in Our place but for reasons beyond Us now, she was blamed for Our illness and her young heart failed under the pressure of her new responsibility and those ridiculous allegations and she passed away in the year 1669. Now We art sure the real reason her heart failed was the prospect of living a life without Us. As no member of Our House remained in Our estates, following the advisory letters sent by Henry Osmanoglu, Mister Kagura Balisari, Captain of the Crimson Guard back then, was appointed as Regent of Pembroke. When Henry Lodmund brought Our comatose body back to Pembroke City, after years of searching for a cure and admitting defeat, what he faced was nothing short of a disaster. Selfless efforts of Regent Balisari failed to keep Our city alive, handful of citizens were left in the city, which was resembling a worksite, treasury was empty and in debt. Even bandits and raiders would avoid Pembroke for the fear of finding no compensation for their efforts. We now name this period Dark Age of Suffolk. We have been told, in order to save Our estate, removing Us from power and summoning and declaring Our eldest son, then twenty-one years of age, Richard as the new Lord was being discussed as the only solution. But as every night has a morning after, goods news from the capital swept away the dark clouds over Our estate. Aurelius I, who then recently became the Emperor of Man, rewarded Our loyalty and showed his faith in Us by declaring us, regardless of our health condition, as the Count of Pembroke with his Imperial letters dated 22nd of Horens Calling, 1680. Henry Lodmund recounted that upon hearing the faith of the Emperor in Us, We were able to shed off the accursed coma and open Our eyes and said; “Dress me Henry, for we have much work to do”. We were fourty years old and healthy but had a County to save. We dedicated all of Our time day and night to the reconstruction of Our Pembroke City. On such a day, soon after Our recovery, We were approached by the Leader of the Order of Ursus, Wilhelm Devereux. Learning that this young twenty six years old man was the son of Linette I formed a prejudice in Our mind against him, but soon after we were able to meet in common points and form a friendship, which was then officialised under the “Treaty of Pembrokeshire and Order of Ursus” dated 22nd first seed 1680. By granting access to Our lands for the homeless Curonians, We were able to forge a relationship that would last for decades. When Order of Ursus was reorganized as the Duchy of Curon in 1683, We retained our alliance with Wilhelm Devereux and Suffonian and Curonian people began to form bonds with the help of mutual goals, events and festivals. By 1683 We manage to complete the reconstruction of Our Pembroke City and with the help of Our new alliances and establishment of new commerce routes, We were able to achieve the level of prosperity We enjoyed before our illness. We conquered nearby caves and citadels infested by unholy creatures and cleansed and expanded Our borders in this prosperous period. Our alliance with Curon was first tested in the year 1690, following the outbreak of the Third Atlas Coalition War. We rallied our troops with Curon and delivered a victory for the Empire of Man. Following this victory We started entertaining the idea of becoming a Curon vassal with Wilhelm Devereux and started having monthly meetings. We privately approached the Emperor of Man with this idea, but it was not accepted, but still we continued to keep this possibility on table with Wilhelm. Our alliance with Wilhelm Devereux became most crucial for him when Emperor of Man Augustus I declared that Duchies of Curon and Adria were to face each other on battlefield to resolve their differences. Curon outnumbered Adria by fielding 6,000 troops, of which 1,600 were Suffonians, and defeated Adria with ease in 1702, the conflict would later be called Gentlemen’s War. Thanks to this victory and our cooperation in the war, Emperor Augustus I relented and confirmed our wishes of vassalage. On the 9th of the Grand Harvest 1703, the “Vassalage Agreement of Suffolk and Devereux” was executed and with this agreement, County of Pembrokeshire became a vassal to the Duchy of Curon and shortly after our friend Wilhelm Devereux was crowned as Wilhelm I of Curonia in 1703. In the year 1705, when We were sixty-five years of age, We oversaw the migration of Our people to Arcas with the rest of humanity. Reaching a certain age, We would tire with ease now but we knew Our path was only beginning. We first settled our people in Avalain City, which was built with a miraculous speed and used there as Our headquarters while seeking suitable land for Our people. After discussing with Our dear friend Wilhelm I, We decided to settle to the plains north of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska and established a camp and begun construction of a worksite in the year 1706. The settlement We were planning to construct was going to be named Warwick Castle, after our servant Galen Warwick, whom We discovered to have natural talent for architecture and thereafter became Our Head Architect. Surprisingly while hoping to have a friendly relationship with our southern neighbour Haense, We had to endure raids from Haeseni. Both Haense and Curonia brought the issue before Emperor Antonius I and King Wilhelm I insisted Our people should stay in those plains, while King Marius II of Haense wanted Our people gone as soon as possible. Emperor Antonius I favoured Haense and ordered Us to halt all construction while a midway could be reached for our relocation. As the subject brought the distribution of lands between Curonia and Haense into question, a settlement could not be reached before the passing of six long years. During those six long years, Our people stayed at this incomplete and comfortless camp, while We were assisting King Wilhelm I with his diplomatic affairs concerning this matter. In this period, which We now name as the Stagnation Era, We lost more than half of Our people to due various reasons and lost considerable amount of valuables to Haeseni bandits and cut throat sustenance merchants. Even with these setbacks, Our dear friend King Wilhelm I, knew the great potential of the Suffonian people and in the year 1710 We were granted the Duchy of Warwick (letters would be issued 4 years later). Regardless of the apathy of Emperor Antonius I to Our plight, We unquestioningly fulfilled Our obligations as a vassal, even if We did not always agree with them. Such an order was received in 1711, when Emperor Antonius I together with King Marius II of Hanseti-Ruska orchestrated the sacking of the Golden City of Ves. Following imperial orders, Our grandsons dispatched a cavalry force and involuntarily and regretfully butchered and burned citizens and property of the Golden City of Ves. Seeing that Antonius I and Marius II, whom were the reason that Our people were homeless, were eager to unhouse as many imperial citizens as possible would be an unforgettable lesson for Us concerning imperial and Haeseni morality. In the same year, Emperor Antonius I, King Marius II, Jarrack I of Curonia (as regretablly our dear friend Wilhelm I abdicated prior to the agreement) and We as the Duke of Warwick have executed the Ironaxe Initiative (faultily dated 1706 on the original document) and by this agreement Suffolk Woods were granted to Curonia. Curonia later granted the Woods to Us with their letters dated 1712 (faultily dated 1714 on the original document) and thus We relocated Our people to the Suffolk Woods and ordered the construction of the Warwick Castle in 1713, which would be completed in 1718. After decades of enjoying cooperation, trust and friendship, our relations with Curonia were first rocked in the year 1715. That year King Jarrack I, approached Us and informed Us in confidence that he was not confident of the loyalty of his council and was expecting an attempt against his life. We informed the King that We as the Duke of Warwick was and would remain loyal to him and would support him with 1,500 troops if need be. Woefully, for reasons still unknown to Us to this day, King Jarrack I attempted to arrest his treasonous council members without asking for Our assistance and he was outnumbered, defeated and dethroned by his younger brother Ecbert on the 15th of Horen's Calling, 1715. Ecbert banished Jarrack I and put his young son Alfred II Edgar on the throne as his puppet while he aimed to reign as Regent. When Our troops commanded by Our sons reached Avalain City to rescue Jarrack I, they were told Jarrack I was gone and Suffonians were not allowed in because of their treasonous acts. As We believed back then and still do stand behind, as long as King Jarrack I was alive, the new king and his regent were simply usurpers. We found Ourself in a predicament, on one side was the true king and on the other side the government of Curonia. We confess now We were indecisive and decided to cut all of Our diplomatic ties with Avalain City until the dust settled and a clear succession was established. As We art constantly reminded, dust never settles in Curonia. In the year 1715, Our spies in Avalain City informed Us that lords of Haense and the Duchy of Adria had planted seeds of rebellion in Nenzing and they were conspiring to put Joseph de Marna on the imperial throne. Emperor Antonius I died and curiously released all of his vassals, including us from imperial oaths and his successor Godfrey, succeeded him as Godfrey III and reformed his empire as Empire of Renatus. Recalling those days We art amused to see disorder is not only a Curonian value. In response Haeseni conspirators crowned Joseph de Marna as Joseph I, the Holy Orenian Emperor and their Pontiff Everard V excommunicated Godfrey III and his line. The Church never fails to produce corrupt priests who shamelessly uses their spiritual masks for their temporal masters. And as a Curonian never skips a chance of treason, Regent Ecbert sided with Joseph I against Emperor Godfrey III. Once again We found Ourself in a difficult position for while We supported Godfrey III as Our Emperor, Our Our royal liege, or at least his questionable representative, was demanding Us to rebel against him. As above all else We believe in the precedence of written contracts, We obliged with the wishes of Curonia in accordance with Our vassalage agreement, but We kept Our contributions as few as legally possible and rallied 100 soldiers for the rebellion. However We did not merely sit idly while Our liege was committing treason, We dispatched envoys to fellow peers and to Our powerful friends in Curonia, presenting Our arguments for supporting Godfrey III. Thankfully with the spectacular victory of Godfrey III over Joseph I in the Siege of Helena, Regent Ecbert was undone and a relative of Our late friend Wilhelm I, Arthos Devereux assumed power in Curonia in 1717 and in return for Curonian independence, swore to side with Godfrey III against Joseph I. Instability and the loose sense of honour and loyalty of Curonia was too much for Us to stomach. Although the underage King Alfred Edgar I was still the sole power in the realm, Curonian policy was shifting with each new appointment to the council and while a councillor could brand Us a traitor a day before, next day another councillor would deem Us a hero. We approached Arthos Devereux and the young Alfred Edgar I, about Our concerns for the future of Suffonian people and they acknowledged and shared Our concerns. Thus, on 2nd day of Malin’s Welcome 1718 Our House of Suffolk and the House of Devereux executed "Pact of Crimson and Green", releasing us from our feudal obligations to Curonia and acknowledging Us as the independent Archduke of Suffonia and an ally of Curonia. We then executed an alliance named "Of Dragons and Eagles" on the 8th of Harren's Folly, 1718 with the Empire of Renatus, which also acknowledged Us as a sovereign independent Archduke. Thus, Suffonia was born and We were now a belligerent of the War of the Two Emperors. By the year 1719, Joseph I’s support and Empire was dissolving like sugar thrown into water and in 1721 war has ended with Renatian victory. Empire of Renatus then again reformed herself as the Holy Orenian Empire in mockery of the enemy she so easily destroyed. On the 11th of Owyn’s Light 1722, Pax Orenia was agreed and executed by Us, Emperor Godfrey III, Pierce I of Curonia, Prince of Ves and Duchess of Cresonia. Thus, by signing this agreement, at Our 82th age, borders of Our realm and Our status as an independent and sovereign Archduke was ratified by all major human factions. Tired of war and conflict We hoped and assumed Pax Orenia would bring joy and stability to humanity, We were wrong. Godfrey III was succeeded by his brother Achilius, who would be crowned as Emperor John VII in 1724. Series of crises occurred in the year 1725 and We admit at our current age We art not able to fully recall the details; but We can surely say the events resulted with a three month war with Urguan and the dissolution of Pax Orenia and abdication of Emperor John VII. The throne was contested between Adrian Sarkozic and Charles Alstion but eventually won by Alexander Stephen who was crowned as Alexander II in 1725. In that same year, We executed the “Treaty of Suffonia” with Emperor Alexander II, under which Our Archduchy of Suffonia became an Imperial vassal and was granted a few privileges. To this day, We see Our vassalisation under the Holy Orenian Empire that day, as Our gravest mistake. Although Emperor Alexander II was a fair and competent liege, we still hold his statue in Our palace garden which we also named after him, as We will mention below, Our people suffered under his successors. Furthermore the knighthood system We were working on for our independent realm had to be halted under new Imperial Law and to this day, even as a King, We failed to find the time needed to finish Our design and We probably will not find it in this lifetime, We hope our heirs will finish what we have started. Years between 1725 and 1731 were peaceful and uneventful, We finally had time to focus on domestic matters and commerce and Our realm prospered, in the year 1728, Sir Valentín of the House of Castelo vassalized under Us as the Viscount of Halburg and his military experience helped with Our planned reforms, by 1731 Our Archduchy was capable of fielding 3,000 troops whom were all eager to be tested with blood. Uneventfulness would be short as in 1731, Duke of Adria, Adrian de Sarkozy was elected as the Lord Protector by the great houses of the realm. We confess while many great lords abstained their vote, We were one of the yay sayers and thus Adrian won the election. Prior to the election, Adrian promised Us the formation of a parliament consisting of the electors which would act as a legislative and supervisory body until such a time the Emperorship could be restored. As on the day of his confirmation he cauterised the face of Alexander Merentel, Duke of Vintas, We knew Adrian would not keep any of his prior promises. We admit We enjoyed the branding of Duke Merentel as he was a fool and his actions (toe sucking) were ultra vires and shameful but him being punished without any due process was setting a dangerous precedent which Adrian would jauntily follow. By the year 1735, Our spies from the imperial capital of Helena brought before Us concerning intelligence, suggesting Lord Protector Adrian was preparing to form a senate which would give all legislative power that should rightfully belong to the lords of the realm as promised, to elected commoners. With this concerning information We have approached to King Andrew III of Hanseti-Ruska and King Pierce I of Curonia. They too had concerns about the imperial government and thus We have met in Our Warwick castle on 3rd of Horen’s Calling 1735 and executed the “Humanitarian Cooperation Agreement” aiming to form a permanent diplomatic bond between our three nations and especially to assist Curonia, whom suffered back then from an unnatural disaster. Thus we hoped to be able to maintain the economic and social growth of our regions while the imperial policy was rapidly shifting into a pro-centralist one. Our spies disclosed that the cooperation agreement was faced with mockery and hostility in the capital and the imperial council was getting ready to go as far as disbanding and banning our charity organisations and its operations. In 1736, to deepen the bond formed between Haense, Curonia and Suffonia we formed The Northern Association for Free Trade & Administration, as abbreviated as NAFTA. Formation of NAFTA was deemed as treasonous by the imperial government but no official declaration targeting the organisation was made initially, however Our spies continued to inform us of imperial hostility behind the scenes. A political body aiming to strengthen the bonds between imperial vassals was directly harming the centralist interests of the imperial government. We told King Pierce I and King Andrew III in 1736 that the empire was after their crowns, fourteen years later today the Emperor holds the title of king for all of his royal vassals save the Kingdom of Haense, We wonder how long King Andrew IV can keep his crown safe from the treacherous hands of the Empire. Soon after the formation of NAFTA, Lord Protector Adrian and his council issued the “Edict of Establishment 1736” and formed the Imperial Senate and the House of Lords. As per this Edict, Suffonian citizens were not allowed to run for the Senate or vote for Senators and none of the Suffonian Lords were appointed to the House of Lords. We brought this injustice before the imperial government but We were not offered any explanation or solution. In the year 1737, Lord Protector Adrian declared war against The Federation of Mokh-Urak to avenge the humiliating defeat of Duke Alexander Merentel and called all of his vassals to arms. Believing in the unity of mankind, setting aside Our differences and disagreements with the imperial government, We obliged and rallied 3,300 troops for Lord Protector Adrian’s war. Following the victory over the orcs, Antonius Sigismund, a man with questionable claims to the throne, was declared as Emperor Peter III. In good faith, We once again approached to the imperial government through Our grandsons and grand-grandsons to discuss Our representation in the Imperial Senate and the House of Lords. We explained while Suffonians were fighting imperial wars (and We might add we had and could outrally some of the royal vassals at that point) Suffonians were the only faction in the imperial state who were not represented in the Senate. And even if imperial law dictated lords who could evidence their letters patent would be appointed to the House of Lords, our Lords Lodmund and Castelo were denied seats. While We were not provided official explanation for this denial, Our spies informed Us that imperial government did not wish to see Suffonians whom were known to have decentralists views, represented in the imperial government in any capacity. Some imperial officers even went as far as to suggest Suffonians were not allowed on the Senate because they did not fill the imperial census, while the census was only issued for Helena, Kaedrin, Haense and Curonia. But Emperor Peter III did not stop at preventing our representation, he summoned the members of NAFTA, an organisation which We founded for the betterment of the realm, and threatened his own vassals with war if we did not disband NAFTA. We and King Pierce I of Curonia wished to remain defiant but King Andrew III of Haense, ever the romantic, believed Peter III had the good of the realm in his heart and obliged with his orders and thus NAFTA was disbanded in 1738. We must confess, to this day We believe if King Andrew III had chosen a sterner standing, many of the horrors that would follow could be prevented. Peter III was not done with his vassals, he asked representatives from his vassals to sit on legislative and judicial committees for regulating those respective fields. A common ground was resolved on the relative topics with the imperial government and We were inclined to believe Peter III was at last showing good faith, once again Our faith was misplaced. Soon after Peter III issued judicial regulations that were opposite to what was decided and he placed the judicial authority of his lord vassals under appointed commoners. In addition to this mockery, when We reminded Peter III’s ministers of Our right to ennoble Our vassals as granted under Our vassalage agreement with Emperor Alexander II, they elegantly expressed that; “things have changed”. As one article of Our vassalage agreement could be disregarded in such a way, We decided We were ready to disregard rest of the articles where We pledged Our loyalty. In the year 1740, We met with Angelo de Alba, Lord Regent of Curonia and Prince William Devereux, Heir of Curonia, whom were both supporters of the disbanded NAFTA. We entertained the idea of freeing our nations from imperial tyranny and forming a new form of independent administration to ensure a safe and prosperous future for our people. Coincidently, while We were discussing our independence, Alliance of Independent States, which was consisting of Morsgrad, Rubern, Elven Tripartite, Krugmar and their allies, declared war on the Empire. Representatives of Morsgrad approached Us about a possible alliance, We promised to entertain this idea but We informed them that We had to consult with our friend and ally Curonia before making any moves. Tragically, while these discussions were going on, an event which no one could foresee transpired within Our castle walls. Pontiff John I, uninvitedly attended to the wedding of Lord Castelo and bandits following him tried to murder him in Our Castle. As he was unexpected, there were not enough guards to stop the attackers thus We and Our family personally defended Pontiff John I. While we made sure John I was unharmed, We lost Our grand-grandson and Our right eye while defending the canonist pontiff. Our injuries Were too much for Our old and fragile body and failing to recover from Our wounds, once again second time in Our lifetime We had fallen into coma in 1741. While We would remain comatose until 1746, Our legally appointed regent has executed Our will. In accordance with the information We art provided by Our family and ministers after Our recovery, in the same year of Our injury, Suffonia, Morsgrad, Curonia and Rubern had executed the “Pact of Independence” and Suffonia joined the war against the evil orenian empire. While the period between 1741 and 1746 saw no major battles, AIS and Suffonia managed to win countless raids against imperial forces. We have renewed Our everlasting alliance with Our Kharadeen friends and we made an alliance with Radaghastians. Houses of Aliquam, Gladridge and Petrovya swore their loyalty to us. By the year 1746, Suffonia was capable of rallying 7,100 troops for the war against the empire, the largest army of its time. When We recovered in 1746, We were 106 years old. We were finally getting old but still We had many obligations to fulfil for Our people. We acknowledged and approved the acts of Our regent and further insisted We should share Our prosperity with Our Curonian friends, one way or another. As the growth and prosperity of Our people and estates became uncontainable under the archducal administrative structure, on the 21st of the Sun's Smile, 1746, We were crowned as the first King of Suffonia. We must add We also happen to be the youngest King of Suffonia, but We assume We will not be holding that title for long. With our ascension, We ennobled our loyal vassals, the House of Gladridge and Petrovya as baronial houses and we saw fit to ennoble the House of Aliquam as a comital house. We had an eventful life, but sadly We still had many things We wanted to do before Our time comes to an end. As this is our Will and Testament, We art sure Our kin, the House of Suffolk can hardly wait to learn about their inheritance. We would say, the story of a man who was born a commoner and dies a king, the experience offered, is the greatest inheritance One can hand down to his family, but sadly We know Our kin and that would be never enough for them, thus for the ones who art not satisfied with the gift of experience and lacks the taste for spiritual, Our distribution of Our temporal assets art as follows: Our Deed of Will in accordance with Article VI of Suffonian Code on Inheritance and Succession, No: I; 1) To the grandson of Our late son Henry Suffolk, Prince Edmund Ralph Suffolk, Justiciar of Suffonia, whom We always liked because his hair reminded Us of Our favourite son Richard, WE bequeath 20,000 minas from Our personal coffers, so that he can use the funding for his judicial obligations and betterment of Suffonain justice system. 2) To the grandson of Our late son Henry Suffolk, Prince James Percival Suffolk, Treasurer of Suffonia, as he is clearly more interested in hunting Our enemies than filling our coffers WE relent and bequeath him Our personal armours and arms. 3) To the son of Our late son Charles Suffolk, Prince John Nicholas Suffolk, Chamberlain of Suffonia, as our heir Richard passed away and he is to inherit Our Crown in accordance with Suffonian Code on Inheritance and Succession, No: I, WE bequeath him the responsibility of taking care of the Suffonian people and abiding by the Suffonian Law. 4) To the blood born female kin of our House of Suffolk WE bequeath each one of them 1,000 minas from Our personal coffers. 5) WE task Prince James Percival Suffolk with establishing a foundation for maintenance of the Warwick Cathedral and WE bequeath 20,000 minas from Our personal coffers for this purpose. 6) WE bequeath our remaining personal wealth to the Royal Exchequer. DIEU MON DROIT, HIS ROYAL MAJESTY Edward I of the House of Suffolk, King of Suffonia, Duke of Warwick, Count of Pembroke and Baron of Alnwick
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((The Following Act is posted on the Information Boards of Warwick Castle)) Peerage and Nobility Act 1750 This Royal Act has been made Law based on the Royal Prerogative of the King of Suffonia Article I - Ennoblement a) All titles of nobility must be granted with an Ennoblement Ceremony held by the King, in which the grantee of the title of nobility (i) must swear his allegiance to the Crown and (ii) will be granted his Cloak and Sceptre of Ennoblement. b) Upon the completion of the Ennoblement Ceremony, the grantee of a title of nobility is created a Peer of the Realm and his house will be elevated as a noble House of the Kingdom. c) If a title of nobility is to be granted to a Peer of the Realm or a member of the nobility, the concerning ceremony will still be named as ennoblement ceremony, but the ceremony itself and the letters patent issued concerning the title of nobility will be amended as applicable. d) Cloaks and Sceptres of Ennoblement may only be worn or held for (i) ceremonies of ennoblement or title transfer, (ii) ceremonies of vassalage, (iii) royal weddings or (iv) events where the King specifically allows so. e) Cloaks and Sceptres of Ennoblement for a particular title art only crafted once for the initial Ennoblement Ceremony and the same attire will be used for following ceremonies, thus Peers of the Realm must to safeguard these attire and will not be compensated for their losses. Article II - Titles of Nobility a) Titles of nobility of the Kingdom of Suffonia art in hierarchical order art (i) baron, (ii) viscount, (iii) count, (iv) marquess and (v) duke. b) Requirements of eligibility for titles of nobility will be declared by a Royal Decree and if no Royal Decree is issue, the King will determine eligibility requirements with his own will, taking precedence and tradition in to consideration. c) Styles of addressing for the holders of titles of nobility will be determined by a Royal Decree. d) Titles of nobility will be deemed as legally acquired in full, following the Ennoblement Ceremony as per Article I of this Act. e) When a holder of a title of nobility passes away, the heir of that title of nobility, as per Suffonian Code on Inheritance and Succession, No: I, will de facto assume the concerning title of nobility but an Ennoblement Ceremony as per Article I of this Act will be required for de jure assumption of the title, without the requirement of any further letters patent. Article III - Privileges of Nobility a) Relatives of Peers of the Realm as acknowledged and recorded by the Master of the Heraldry art deemed as noble. b) Nobles may carry arms and may ride horses within the borders of the pomerium of Warwick City, excluding vicinity of Pembroke Palace. c) Nobles may keep polar bears as pets for recreational purposes. d) Nobles may hunt rabbits in his Royal Majesty's woods, as long as their acts reasonably does not endanger the species within Suffonia. e) Nobles may keep bees for commercial or recreational purposes or employ or encourage commoners for apiculture. f) Male nobles may be accepted as squires by any Suffonian Knight, regardless of their age, without the requirement of serving as a page. Article IV - Privileges of Peers a) Persons granted a title of nobility with a letters patent issued by the King of Suffonia and their successors in accordance with Code on Inheritance and Succession, No: I, and as acknowledged by the King, art deemed as Peers of the Realm. b) All privileges granted hitherby under Article III of this Act art also granted to the Peers of the Realm. c) Peers may hunt foxes in his Royal Majesty's woods, as long as their acts reasonably does not endanger the species within Suffonia. d) Peers may hunt dolphins from his Royal Majesty's seas, as long as their acts reasonably does not endanger the species within Suffonia. e) Peers art allowed access to the Suffolk Crypts and royal palaces. f) Peers of the Realm may request a private audience with the King. Article V - Obligations of Nobility and Peers a) Peers of the Realm art tasked and obligated to follow, apply and comply Suffonian Law and to dictate and ensure the compliance of their subjects and respective families to Suffonian Law. b) Peers of the Realm and their noble families must ensure that all of their acts and deeds benefits the Crown of Suffonia and they may not undertake or do anything that would harm the Crown of Suffonia. c) During times of war or when the need presents itself, Peers of the Realm and their noble families must rally all of their resources, including but not limited to human and monetary resources, for the cause of the Crown of Suffonia, as instructed by the Crown of Suffonia. d) During times of peace, Peers of the Realm and their noble families must allocate their guard force to the Crimson Guard, as to be arranged into appropriate units and ranks by the Captain of the Crimson Guard. Article VI - Privileges of Tenant Peers a) Peers who art given land or fief outside of the pomerium of Warwick City, or the pomerium of any royal capital as designated by the King of Suffonia art named Tenant Peers for the purposes of this Act and Suffonian legal procedure. b) Judicial and legislative rights of Tenant Peers concerning their fief art limited as regulated under Suffonian Code on Legal Procedure, No: I. c) Tenant Peers may choose to retain their own armed guard force as per Article VII of this Act and art not obligated to comply with Article V/d. Article VII - Armed Forces of Tenant Peers a) Tenant Peers may retain a guard force regiment for the protection and execution of their rights over their controlled fief. b) Tenant Peers may not form or retain an army nor name their guard force or guard ranks in anyway that may be associated with an army, including but not limited to ranks such as general or marshal. c) If a Lord Marshal is appointed by the King in accordance with Article II/b of the Administration Act 1737, all Tenant Peers must appoint a Captain to assume command of their retained guard force regiment whom will directly answer to the Lord Marshal in all matters until his tenure ends. d) Tenant Peers may retain vessels, with or without offensive capacity, built for the purpose of traveling on waterways, but they may not form or retain a navy nor name or rank their vessels or sailors in anyway that may be associated with a navy, including but not limited to ranks such as commodore or admiral. Article VIII - Bureaucratic Organisation of Tenant Peers a) Tenant Peers may appoint advisors or form councils for their controlled fief as necessary. b) To prevent chaos and confusion between bureaucratic organisations of the Kingdom, Tenant Peers may not name their advisors as ministers nor as chancellor or name their councils as privy council or cabinet. DIEU MON DROIT, HIS ROYAL MAJESTY Edward I of the House of Suffolk, King of Suffonia, Duke of Warwick, Count of Pembroke and Baron of Alnwick
  3. ((The Following Decree is posted on the Information Boards of Warwick Castle)) Royal Decree No: II - Preservation of Wildlife and Livestock This Royal Decree has been issued based on the Royal Prerogative of the King of Suffonia Article I - Restrictions on Hunting a) All wild, unowned and unattended (i) rabbits, (ii) foxes, (iii) polar bears, (iv) pandas and (v) ocelots in the realm of Suffonia art under the protection of the Crown and art deemed as personal property of the King. b) All wild dolphins in Suffonian seas or any water body of Suffonia art under the protection of the Crown and art deemed as personal property of the King. c) Hunting, harming, capturing, netting or domesticating any animals listed in Article I/a and Article I/b of this Royal Decree is prohibited. d) All bees in the Realm of Suffonia art deemed as property of the Royal Exchequer and harming or collection of bees or any of their products is prohibited. e) Hunters must ensure their game does not suffer unnecessarily and torturing animals or in anyway harming animals for entertainment, reasonably outside of the scope of sport hunting and in anyway endangering any species, is prohibited. Article II - Restrictions on Pets a) Keeping, owning or domesticating polar bears as pets or companions for recreational purposes is prohibited. b) Polar bears may be domesticated for commercial purposes by registered theater companies. Article III - Restrictions on Livestock and Poultry a) Export of livestock and poultry is prohibited. b) Livestock and poultry can only be imported in to Suffonia after receiving an import license from the Comptroller, following an examination of their eligibility by the Principal for Agriculture. c) Imported livestock and poultry must be kept separately from domestic livestock and poultry. Article IV - Restrictions on Plants and Seeds a) Export of indigenous plants, fruits and seeds is prohibited. b) Plants, fruits and seeds can only be imported in to Suffonia after receiving an import license from the Comptroller, following an examination of their eligibility by the Principal for Agriculture. c) Planting of imported plants, fruits or seeds to Suffonian soil, without a license issued by the High Treasurer or his appointed officials, is prohibited. Article V - Preservation of Forests a) All forests, woods and groves in the realm of Suffonia art under the protection and art deemed as property of the Royal Exchequer. b) Cutting, burning or in anyway harming the forests, woods and groves of Suffonia for recreational or commercial purposes is prohibited. c) High Treasurer or his appointed officials may issue licenses to allow cutting of trees for commercial purposes. DIEU MON DROIT, HIS ROYAL MAJESTY Edward I of the House of Suffolk, King of Suffonia, Duke of Warwick, Count of Pembroke and Baron of Alnwick
  4. [!] A depiction of Rickard being taken care on the highest level [!]
  5. SUFFONIAN GIN About Suffonian Gin Suffonian Gin is an alcoholic beverage brewed from juniper berries, herbs, and cinnamon alongside various other spices which are not disclosed to the public. On the day King Edward I, ordered his Warwick Castle, Suffolk Woods were covering all of the Suffonian domain and thus in order for the castle to be built the forest had to be cut down. While the timber from the chopped down trees were used in the construction they also beared an excess amount of juniper berries. While some Suffonians waited the construction of the castle in Avalain City (hosted by King Wilhelm I), some more eager ones formed tent camps around the construction site. These campers started experimenting with their juniper berry stockpile and these experiments led to the foundation of the Suffonian Gin. Suffonian Gin became an instant phenomenon amongst the Suffonian people and to this day it is the most consumed alcoholic beverage in Suffonia (followed by local Suffonian wine brands). Following the construction of Warwick Castle, Suffonian Gin production was professionalised and flavoured up by additional ingredients imported from southern provinces. Today Royal Liquor & Wine Company has monopoly rights over the production and distillation of the beverage to ensure quality control. Taste and Bottling Suffonian Gin tastes similar to Vodka, yet it holds more flavour. It has a piney flavour and hints of citrus from the juniper berries and an earthy flavour from various herbs, followed with a bit of tang from the citrusy ingredients such as lime can be tasted with every taste bud. As Suffonian Gin is aged in spruce barrels for at least five years, this aging process also roughens up the taste. Following the aging process, Suffonian Gin is bottled in glass bottles with a glass cork (shaped as an eagle as most things are in Suffonia) to ensure nothing interferes with the taste. Suffonian Gin is a hard liquor, it is often mixed with other drinks and consumed as a cocktail especially by female consumers. Locals tends to call plain Suffonian Gin as Suffonian Dry while ordering. Gin in Belly For some decades now, “gin in belly” has become a phrase for attestation of truth amongst Suffonian people. The phrase is known to be used dryly such as “gin in belly” or as an enrichment for another attestation such as “I swear gin in belly” or “he took a gin in belly oath”. For example if a Suffonian man would wish to express that he never cheated on his wife, he could either say “Gin in belly I have never cheated on old Betsy” or “I swear gin in belly I have never cheated you cutiepie”. While this phrase was first used by the commoners it comes from a superstition originated from Pembroke Palace. Starting from the days his royal majesty King Edward I was only the Duke of Warwick, it became a tradition for him to treat his councillors and ministers with a glass of Suffonian Gin before every council meeting. This was because even if he does not consume alcohol due to religious purposes, he was buying bottles of Suffonian Gin to support local producers and merchant and thus he had an excess amount of Suffonian Gin which he was not able to store anymore. Our etymological research yields that during such a meeting a palace maid heard Prince Anthony Suffolk saying, “Suffonian Gin again, the Archduke clearly wishes to loosen our tongues” to Viscount Valentin Castelo, where in return the Viscount jested back with saying “Let us then tread carefully for a loose tongue before the Archduke can end up on a lost head”. The aforesaid maid was terrified of this conversation but she was also very curious for she was the one constantly serving Suffonian Gin during council meetings and she built up her courage and asked one night to Prince Anthony Suffolk why the Archduke kept treating them Suffonian Gin. As she caught Prince Anthony in a happy mood, he jested “Ah the Archduke probably wishes to keeps us honest while giving him council!”. Prince Anthony did not know back then that his jest would be taken so seriously. The said maid returned home later that night and disclosed what she learned to her husband. Her husband next day told everyone in tavern that the Archduke was forcing his councillors to drink Suffonian Gin to prevent them from lying. This rumour spread like a forest fire on a bone dry summer morning and became widely accepted. Soon merchants begun to force each other to drink Suffonian Gin before business transactions and people started to say things such as “I drank gin so I must be telling the truth” or “I have gin in my belly, clearly I cannot lie!” These sayings ended up forming the phrase “gin in belly” with today's modern meaning. Also with the support and advertisements of the Royal Liquor & Wine Company, in addition to the common usage of the “gin in belly” phrase, it became tradition for in Suffonia to drink Suffonian Gin before signing any contract and before important meetings and transactions, with the belief that the act will end up an honest one if parties have "gin in belly". Thus Suffonian Gin is now served in all council meetings regardless of the attendance of the King and most contracts to this day are signed after a glass of Suffonian Gin. POPULAR COCKTAILS Suffonian Gin & Warwick Tonic Before the completion of Warwick Castle, Suffonians suffered a dark age where some needed to stay in different cities while some resided in tent camps. During this period pounding of proper medicine was a challenge since ingredients were scarce. To supply the much needed medicine during this time, first Head Physician Warwick the Healer came up with a tonic which he made by pouding spruce bark and herbs in to mineral water, which he named Warwick Tonic after himself (as most Suffonians tends to do). While the medical value of this Warwick Tonic was highly questionable, Warwick the Healer forced this treatment to all of his patients claiming it was a miraculous medicine. Even after the death of the Head Physician and construction of Warwick Castle, Suffonian physicians who failed to diagnose a disease usually prescribed Warwick Tonic to their patients hoping GOD would take care of the rest. As Warwick Tonic has a splintery (literally) flavour, some patients begun to add Suffonian Gin to their Warwick Tonic and soon it was discovered that the sparkly new drink had an enjoyable taste. Thereafter it is possible to find Suffonian Gin & Tonic in all Suffonian inns and taverns. Bloody Eagle On a dry summer day, Prince Henry, Prince Anthony and Princess Eleanor were having a family picnic at their palace garden (Emperor Alexander II Garden). While Prince Anthony and Princess Eleanor were swimming in the pool and enjoying the day, Prince Henry was preoccupied with the task of elevating the flavour of Suffonian Gin. He recently had an argument with a local innkeep when the man claimed Suffonian Gin was not popular amongst foreign visitors from the south because of its bitter taste. Prince Henry was bewildered for drinking Suffonian Gin was a privileged delight but he still begun experimenting with different spices and ingredients to come up with an alternative that would appease foreign customers. While the prince was working like a commoner, his highly bored and entitled sister, came out of the pool grabbed and threw him a badly aimed tomato "Why dont thee put this in, hm?" Believing revenge is a dish best served with gin, with the intention shoving the liquid down from his devious sisters throat the prince grabbed the tomato and squeeze its juice into the cup, stirring it neatly with pepper and some sauces he just grabbed from the picnic basket. Before he was able to execute his revenge plan, Prince Henry realised just how fair a colour the liquid has taken and couldn't resist a sip. After having the first taste the prince was simply perplexed and quite shocked upon what his taste buds encountered, it was actually pretty good. So he chuckled, made another fresh one for his sister, this time added a few more herbs that he likes to keep hidden, and her sister's reaction was simply "This is Bloody Good, Henry!" Which lead to the name be the "Bloody Eagle" a special drink derived from the royal family
  6. The Royal Bank of Suffonia About the Bank The Royal Bank of Suffonia (hereinafter “RBS”), or legally Company of the Royal Bank of Suffonia, is the national bank of the Kingdom of Suffonia, formed by the Charter of The Royal Bank of Suffonia (hereinafter the “Charter”) issued on 16th of the 6th month, in the 1748th year, in accordance with the Legislative Procedure Act 1735. RBS has been granted monopoly and exclusive rights over operations such as credit lending, minting of coinage and issuance of banknotes under the Charter and thus is the central financial organisation of the Kingdom. Share and Management Structure Sole shareholder of the RBS is the Royal Exchequer. In accordance with the Charter, Lords of the Royal Exchequer also serves as the Governors of the Board of Governors of RBS, which is the sole executive and administrative body of RBS. The Board of Governors executes and administers all banking operations through its appointed Director. Current Director of RBS is: Monsieur Gilondir Oronar Arvellon Services of the Bank RBS provides the following services to her clients; (i) granting loans, (ii) granting letters of credit, (iii) safekeeping valuables, (iv) procuring banknotes and (v) selling Royal Bonds. Banknotes art a form of I.O.U (I Owe Unto) notes, that can be exchanged with the written value on them at any branch of RBS, issued for the purpose of safe transfer of funds during wartime. Royal Bonds on the other hand art acknowledgements of debt issued in the name of the Crown, promising to pay the initial value back on the maturity date with interest, issued for the purpose of raising funds for war efforts or projects. Limitations to the Services (i) The Director of RBS may execute any act on behalf of RBS up to a transaction value of 500 minas; (ii) all transactions with 500 to 1000 minas value requires sign off from a Governor of RBS, (iii) all transactions with 1000 to 2500 minas value requires sign off from two Governors of RBS, (iv) all transactions with 2500 to 5000 minas value requires sign off from two Governors of RBS and the Chancellor of Suffonia and (v) any transaction with a value exceeding 5000 minas requires the written approval of his royal majesty, the King.
  7. Charter of The Royal Bank of Suffonia Charter granted by King Edward I, to the Governors and Company of the Royal Bank of Suffonia, We, EDWARD I, of the House of Suffolk, by the Grace of God, King of Suffonia, Duke of Warwick, Count of Pembroke and Baron of Alnwick; to all our Officers, Ministers, and Subjects, and to all other People, as well within this our Realm of Suffonia as elsewhere, under our Obedience and Jurisdiction, or otherwise, unto whom these our Letters Patents shall be seen, showed, or read, greeting. Whereas our grandson’s son, his royal highness Prince Percival James Suffolk as First Lord of the Royal Exchequer and our grandson, his royal highness Prince John Nicholas Suffolk as Second Lord of the Royal Exchequer, have of our certain knowledge been Petitioners unto us, for our Royal Assent and License to be granted unto them, that they, on behalf of the Royal Exchequer, as well for the Honour of this our Realm of Suffonia, to establish a banking company, for the financing of our current war and future wars to come and as well as financing of projects of development within our said Realm and the Dominions of the same. We, acknowledge the merits of this petition made before us and thus, by virtue of our Royal Prerogative we constitute, declare, form and establish by these Presents, for Us, our Heirs and Successors, the Royal Bank of Suffonia under the sole ownership of the Royal Exchequer and appoint each Lord of the of Royal Exchequer and any Lord of Royal Exchequer to become, for the duration of their tenure as a Governor of the Board of Governors of the Royal Bank of Suffonia to act and execute on behalf of the Royal Exchequer and give, bestow, grant unto the Board of Governors the exclusive rights to mint metallic coinage, regulate such coinage, issue Royal Bonds, perpetual or with maturity date, exchange currency of all kinds with any rate, operate the Auction House, grant loans or credit to public offices, foreign entities and citizens and authorize, issue letters of credit, to operate vaults with the purpose of safekeeping and operating accounts on behalf of their customers, to form and operate stock markets, to issue stocks and exchange such stocks at any rate and empower the Board of Governors to assign, transfer or grant such rights to Suffonian companies, Suffonian public offices or Suffonian citizens under any term and declare, acknowledge and certify that these rights art granted in perpetuity unless such rights art revoked by Us, our Heirs and Successors verbally or in writing and; On the condition that, all acts of the Company art done under the consideration of the profitability of the act for the owners of the Company, sixty percent value of the issued coinage is reserved at all times in minae currency, sixty percent value of all valuable or monetary items deposited to the company is reserved at all times in minae currency, sixty percent value of all letters of credit and Royal Bonds issued by the company is reserved at all times in minae currency and declare and proclaim that the Governors of the Board of Governors and all officials and employees of the Company art hitherby jointly responsible with their heads for the compliance of these conditions. In Witness whereof, under the Legislative Procedure Act 1735, we have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent. WITNESS Ourself at Pembroke Palace the 16th of the 6th month, in the 1748th year of Our Reign. DIEU MON DROIT, HIS ROYAL MAJESTY Edward I of the House of Suffolk, King of Suffonia, Duke of Warwick, Count of Pembroke and Baron of Alnwick
  8. Upon reading a copy of the letter Edward Suffolk would chuckle and turn to Prince James Percival and say “First their Emperor took their royal crown and their soldiers, now their church officials are publicly demeaning their authority, we wonder which ally of Curonia will belittle her next.”
  9. Letters Patent for the Barony of Glading WE King Edward of the House of Suffolk, the first of his name, Do by these Presents advance create and prefer Our: loyal and trusty subject, Saerus Joseph of the House of Gladridge to the state, degree, style, dignity, title and honour of Baron of Glading, And for Us, Our heirs and successors do appoint give and grant unto him the said name state degree style dignity title and honour of Baron of Glading, in trust to Our Crown for the duration of their loyal service; and by these Presents do dignify invest and ennoble him as a peer of Suffonia and grant him and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten and to be begotten all rights and privileges to be enjoyed under Suffonian Law befitting the state, degree, style, dignity title and honour of Baron, and also he and his House of Gladridge may enjoy and use all the rights privileges, pre-eminences immunities, precedence and advantages to the degree of a Baronial House duly and of right belonging which Baronial Houses of the Kingdom of Suffonia have heretofore used and enjoyed or as they do at present use and enjoy. In Witness whereof We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent. WITNESS Ourself at Pembroke Palace the 8th day of 4th Month in the 1747th year of Our Reign. DIEU MON DROIT, HIS ROYAL MAJESTY Edward I of the House of Suffolk, King of Suffonia, Duke of Warwick, Count of Pembroke and Baron of Alnwick
  10. Letters Patent for the County of Domus WE King Edward of the House of Suffolk, the first of his name, Do by these Presents advance create and prefer Our: loyal and trusty subject, Eadon of the House of Aliquam to the state, degree, style, dignity, title and honour of Count of Domus, And for Us, Our heirs and successors do appoint give and grant unto him the said name state degree style dignity title and honour of Count of Domus, in trust to Our Crown for the duration of their loyal service; and by these Presents do dignify invest and ennoble him as a peer of Suffonia and grant him and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten and to be begotten all rights and privileges to be enjoyed under Suffonian Law befitting the state, degree, style, dignity title and honour of Count, and also he and his House of Aliquam may enjoy and use all the rights privileges, pre-eminences immunities, precedence and advantages to the degree of a Comital House duly and of right belonging which Comital Houses of the Kingdom of Suffonia have heretofore used and enjoyed or as they do at present use and enjoy. In Witness whereof We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent. WITNESS Ourself at Pembroke Palace the 8th day of 4th Month in the 1747th year of Our Reign. DIEU MON DROIT, HIS ROYAL MAJESTY Edward I of the House of Suffolk, King of Suffonia, Duke of Warwick, Count of Pembroke and Baron of Alnwick
  11. Letters Patent for the Barony of Granatovya WE King Edward of the House of Suffolk, the first of his name, Do by these Presents advance create and prefer Our: loyal and trusty subject, Maxim of the House of Petrovya to the state, degree, style, dignity, title and honour of Baron of Granatovya, And for Us, Our heirs and successors do appoint give and grant unto him the said name state degree style dignity title and honour of Baron of Granatovya, in trust to Our Crown for the duration of their loyal service; and by these Presents do dignify invest and ennoble him as a peer of Suffonia and grant him and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten and to be begotten all rights and privileges to be enjoyed under Suffonian Law befitting the state, degree, style, dignity title and honour of Baron, and also he and his House of Petrovya may enjoy and use all the rights privileges, pre-eminences immunities, precedence and advantages to the degree of a Baronial House duly and of right belonging which Baronial Houses of the Kingdom of Suffonia have heretofore used and enjoyed or as they do at present use and enjoy. In Witness whereof We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent. WITNESS Ourself at Pembroke Palace the 8th day of 4th Month in the 1747th year of Our Reign. DIEU MON DROIT, HIS ROYAL MAJESTY Edward I of the House of Suffolk, King of Suffonia, Duke of Warwick, Count of Pembroke and Baron of Alnwick
  12. @Narthok Edward Suffolk, would turn his face to the highlander duke and position his lips in to a smile with great difficulty. “As we have proclaimed countless times, we art ready to undertake the obligations of subduing the Curonian Crown and for the burden of uniting the people and lands of Suffonia and Curonia under a single crown.” Would abruptly stop speaking and look down as if he was trying to spot something, then continue still looking down, “that is our responsibility and wish of our late friend Wilhelm”
  13. LETTER OF DECLARATION To Our Loyal Subjects and to Our Esteemed Allies, We hitherby declare and notify that, we Edward of the House of Suffolk have been crowned as the first King of Suffonia with the regnal name Edward I, on 21st of the Sun's Smile in the year of 1746 and thus formed the Kingdom of Suffonia. From the said date on the House of Suffolk will execute and sign all legal necessities under the Royal Seal of Suffolk. We further declare and notify that, all acts, agreements, declaration, deeds, acknowledgements, consents, patents, given, done or executed under the title of the Archduchy of Suffonia before 21st of the Sun's Smile, 1746 art hitherby recognized, ratified and acknowledged as the acts and deeds of the Kingdom of Suffonia. DIEU MON DROIT, HIS ROYAL MAJESTY Edward I of the House of Suffolk, King of Suffonia, Duke of Warwick, Count of Pembroke and Baron of Alnwick
  14. Upon hearing the news Edward Suffolk would shed a single tear from his remaining eye and utter these words to the messanger "A strong and an honourable man he was. He will be remembered fondly by friend and foe alike; shame that he was taken so young, may he rest in peace".
  15. Abbas would notice the leaflet while hiding inside Avalain City, waiting for potential victims, and comment to himself in a low voice “How she be both o’en and both cu’on, them not be same, sento’s like she be ‘eason they be big bullied!”.
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