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    Edward Suffolk

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  1. Sheczar

    Curonia Prints, Sixth Edition

    Would raise his elegant right eyebrow and wonder if he really owns the peasant in question as the print suggest and if so, he further would wonder where art his bloody bears!
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    Player Report - Sheczar

    Upon learning oocly from a third party discord that kadarsi Ali bibi was a criminal and planned to be put on trial, I made the announcement that can be seen in the above report. I made this announcement because Ali Bibi is oocly known to the players in the concerning discord and had some irp and ooc clashes with us, some even resulting us needing to ask help via modreq, and the current situation he was in amused me and was intended for entertainment. The announcement was made in our ooc announcement section. As I know situations such as hunting characters and raids can be cause of dispute between parties we especially pay attention to following the procedure concerning such rp. For example, the below screenshot of our rp announcement discord shows how we announce our rp hunts and in the rp announcement section, not the ooc one. We had no irp reason to hunt 723ctttt and since he is not from our community, we have no reason to claim he is a traitor. But above being said, after reading 723ctttt’s report and reflecting to my actions, I can understand my announcement was open to misunderstanding. As I was in my private discord with mostly friends who knows my way of speech, I didn’t think over how what I was saying could have been misunderstood. So in the future I will try to make my ooc announcements more clear and less open to interpretation to avoid implications of metagaming. I had no intention to distress any related party.
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    Curonia Prints, Fourth Edition

    Edward Suffolk would frown reading that his fourth son plans to elope with his favourite guard.
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    Curonic Prints, Second Edition

    After reading the article concerning the newly made Regent of Curonia, Edward Suffolk wonders if the third edition will be themed “heads, spikes, walls”.
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    Royal Decree of  Banishment ,1706

    Upon hearing he was given a license to kill, Edward would turn to the bartender and say: “Vodka martini, shaken not stirred”
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  7. "Witness whereof I set my hand and affix the seal of Suffolk" Lord Edward Suffolk, Count of Pembroke, would write down, before executing the Act and pressing his seal on red wax.
  8. Would look at this grandson Charles upon hearing the news and say “I care not what Devereux is placed on the throne of Curonia to rule the Kingdom, ...The man that controls Curon’s bee supply controls the Kingdom of Curonia”.
  9. ((The Following Law was posted on the Information Boards of Pembroke City)) Law on Legal Procedure Law Numbered 2 Article I - Definitions a) Citizen: Permanent human or elf resident of the estates under the Patriarch of the House of Suffolk. b) Civil Disputes: All disputes which art not categorized as Criminal Offences. c) Comital Court: Court held by the Patriarch of the House of Suffolk. d) Court of Justice: The supreme court mastered by the Justiciar. e) Criminal Offences: All offences regulated under the Suffonian Criminal Law or offences concerning harms done to persons’ body, property, honour and rights. f) District Court: Courts mastered by Judges appointed by the Justiciar. g) Judge: Masters of courts appointed by the Justiciar for District Courts. h) Foreigner: All humans who art not citizens. i) Justiciar: Head of the Judiciary and master of the Court of Justice appointed by the Patriarch of the House of Suffolk. j) Lex Scripta: With the precedence ranking (i) Laws, (ii) Comital Decrees and (iii) Privy Orders. k) Nonhuman: All creatures who art not human. l) Suffonian Laws: All legal legislations and agreements regulated by the Patriarch of the House of Suffolk and his agents. m) Unregulated Disputes and Offences: Disputes and Offences not regulated under Lex Scripta. Article II - Precedence of Suffonian Laws a) Agreements and treaties executed by the Patriarch of the House of Suffolk has precedence over Lex Scripta, while Lex Scripta has precedence over written court precedents. b) The Comital Court has precedence over the Court of Justice and the Court of Justice has precedence over District Courts. c) Suffonian Courts must follow the written precedents set by their superior courts and take the written precedent set by their peer courts in to consideration. Article III - Civil Disputes a) All citizens can file a Civil Dispute lawsuit before Suffonian Courts with a legal fee of 100 mina. b) Suffonian Courts may charge additional legal fees for legal proceedings. c) Complainant party for civil cases must be present during legal proceedings. d) Both the Complainant and Defendant party for civil cases may be assisted by a licensed legal attorney of their own choice, on their own expense. Article IV - Criminal Offences a) Citizens may not file a Criminal Offence lawsuit before Suffonian Courts and they have to deliver their claims and complaints to the Constabulary or the Captain of the Crimson Guards. b) Officials of the Constabulary or the Captain of the Crimson Guards may file a Criminal Offence lawsuit before Suffonian Courts as the Prosecutor of the case, on behalf of the complainant citizen. c) Additional legal fees charged by Suffonian Courts for criminal cases will be compensated by the Comital Exchequer. d) Both the Complainant and Defendant party for criminal cases may be assisted by a licensed legal attorney of their own choice, on their own expense. Article V - Unregulated Disputes and Offences a) If a dispute or offence is not regulated under the agreements and treaties executed by the Patriarch of the House of Suffolk and Lex Scripta, masters of Suffonian Courts must rule in accordance with the precedents set by their superior courts. b) If there is also no precedent set by their superior courts, masters of Suffonian Courts must rule in accordance with their own opinion, understanding and conscience. c) While ruling on an unregulated dispute or offence, court masters must first consider the unwritten legal practice of the region, traditions of the Suffonian people, religious understandings and customs and court rulings given by their peers. Article VI – Judicial Officials a) A Suffonian Court consists of the master of the court and his scribes and bailiffs, whom art all considered Judicial Officials. b) Judicial Officials art not allowed to accept gifts outside the traditionally appropriate gift giving periods. c) Master of the court is obligated to ensure that the court will remain impartial and just. d) Master of the court is obligated to ensure the addition of every court ruling in detailed and written form in to the Judiciary Archive. e) If masters of court fail to follow the principles of Article II and Article V above or act in bad faith while passing court rulings, they will be liable for wrongdoing and misconduct. Article VII – Legal Proceeding a) No court ruling may be given without both the Claimant and Defendant parties being listened at Suffonian Courts. If the parties art summoned for trial and fails to attend or art considered as fugitives, the court ruling maybe given in absentia. b) Both the Claimant and Defendant parties has the right present at least one witness during trials before Suffonian Courts. Article VII/a will also be applied for witnesses where applicable. c) No person shall be subject to judgement for a dispute or offence they have already been judged for. d) During court trials, no party other than the Judicial Officials, Claimant, Defendant and witnesses may speak and Judicial Officials art responsible for the order of the court. e) All filings to Suffonian Courts must be made in writing. f) All legal fees charged for a case must be collected by Judicial Officials and delivered to the Treasury. g) Any lawsuit filed without following the proper legal procedure will be deemed unfiled and any court ruling given will be considered null. Article VIII - Appeal of Court Rulings a) Rulings of District Courts for civil cases may be appealed to the Court of Justice for a legal fee of 500 mina, in one year following the court ruling. b) Rulings of District Courts for criminal cases may be appealed to the Court of Justice for a legal fee of 300 mina, immediately after the court ruling is resolved. c) Applications for appeal shall be evaluated by the Court of Justice over the written court ruling. d) If the Court of Justice resolves that the appealed court ruling is wrong, it shall rule for rectification and if it resolves the said court ruling is correct, it shall rule for approval and deliver the case back to the first court for the application of the ruling of the Court of Justice. e) If the Court of Justice resolves that the appealed case has not been tried properly in terms of procedure or evidence or merits, the Court of Justice may resolve for cancellation of the first court ruling and assume a new trial. f) If any party appeals a court ruling with bad faith, an administrative fine of 500 mina would be charged. g) Rulings of the Court of Justice may not be appealed. Article IX - Rights of Gentry and Nobility a) Common Citizens may file a Civil Dispute lawsuit before Suffonian Courts against members of Gentry and Nobility with at least one witness. b) Common Citizens filing a Civil Dispute lawsuit before Suffonian Courts against members of Gentry and Nobility will be charged twofold the legal fees. c) Members of Gentry and Nobility may be represented by licensed legal attorneys for civil cases and art not required to be present for the proceedings. d) Only members of Gentry and Nobility may file a Civil Dispute lawsuit before Suffonian Courts against members of the House of Suffolk. e) No complaint or lawsuit may be filed against the Patriarch of the House of Suffolk. f) Criminal cases against members of Gentry and Nobility may only be filed in the Court of Justice. g) Criminal cases against members of the House of Suffolk may only be brought before the Comital Court. h) District Courts art not authorized to judge members of Gentry and Nobility. i) Members of Gentry and Nobility may appeal Court of Justice rulings to the Comital Court in one year. Article X - Rights of Foreigners and Nonhumans a) Foreigners shall have the same rights as citizens before Suffonian Courts and art subject to twofold of any legal fees. b) For the application of this Law, where applicable, two nonhumans shall be equal to one citizen before the Suffonian Courts. c) Nonhumans may file lawsuits, subject to quadruple of any legal fees. Article XI - The Comital Court a) The Comital Court is held at times and locales as desired by the Patriarch of the House of Suffolk. b) Only Citizens art eligible to appear before the Comital Court and the Patriarch of the House of Suffolk may further resolve additional rules of eligibility before each court. c) The Patriarch of the House of Suffolk may reject to listen to any case presented before him during the court if he so desires. d) The Patriarch of the House of Suffolk may delegate cases presented to him to Tribunes or a Tribunal appointed by him and their final ruling would be considered a Comital Court ruling. Witness whereof i set my hand and affix the seal of Suffolk Lord Edward Suffolk, Count of Pembroke,
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    First Letter to Parliament

    Upon reading the letter, Edward Suffolk would place his right hand palm on his handsome face in desperation. Not being sure of what to do, he would gaze at the letter written by a senior member of the Loyalist Party with blank eyes. He would turn his face to his handsome son James George Suffolk, waiting for a reply, “Thou know Lord Father... he is the biggest donator of LOPA” would be the reply. Edward Suffolk would drop the letter in desperation and utter a single word “Aye...”. He would roll his eyes and shout to his servants, “Summon the party staff, they have a bee bill to draft!”.
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    A Dragon’s Journey

    Upon hearing the news Edward Suffolk would sit heavily at his chair, in his court hall. He would stare at the nearby eagle ornaments wondering what the future would bring for his House. “A truly great man, truly great... so early...” he would mutter thoughtfully.
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    From Man to Mad

    “Son”, Edward Suffolk would say to his handsome fourth son James George Suffolk, upon hearing the news, “Ready thy men, tell the smiths to fuel their forges, for when Curon asks we shall answer”.
  13. Upon hearing the news, Edward Suffolk would smile heavily, expecting the disposal of Edward Arthur Devereux since the day Wilhelm was able to produce an heir. He would turn to his son James and say, “That is Curon for thee son, even the Duke’s blood is not safe from the commoners’ touch. It would be called justice or honour and the rest would eagerly remain as blind as bats before murder”.
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    Suffonian Wedding Announcement of 1693

    Would read the invitation and note how lucky Klaudia is, to marry his precious handsome little boy.
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