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  1. 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!”.
  2. LETTER OF DECLARATION 8th of the First Seed, 1746 To Our Loyal Subjects and to Our Allies, It is our pleasure to announce to thee, our loyal subjects that we Edward, first of our name, of the House of Suffolk have recovered from our illness which rendered us without the power to even move. But now at our 106th age, our mind is sharp as ever and our body is up to the task still! As this year marks the 85th year of our rule over the Suffonian people and it is the year of our recovery, we were expecting to wake up to prosperity and festivities; but we have mournfully woken up to war and bloodshed. While we were incapacitated, our grandson from our second son, now second in line to our throne, John Nicholas has assumed our regency under Suffonian Law as the Lord Protector of Suffonia. Under this capacity, our grandson Prince John declared the independence of Suffonia from the Orenian Empire and joined the coalition against them. As the Orenian Empire has wronged us countless times and violated the foundation of our vassalage under them, our vassalage agreement with Emperor Alexander, we celebrate this act of our Prince Grandson and approve it. While this being said, we cannot cherish violence and war between the faithful, Orenians might have no virtue but they art still a Canonist state and violence against them should be prevented, if possible. We thank the previous High Pontiff, as we have heard he summoned the leaders of this conflict to a peace summit before blood was shed, we applaud our Prince Grandson for accepting this summons and being willing to solve this conflict with the pen, not by the sword. But alas Orenians, who covers behind a presumptive curtain of morality and faith, refused to participate and negotiate for peace. We would hope more from the faithful. Regretfully, this war against the Orenians is not the only bad news we have received. During our long slumber, we have dreamt the same evil dream over and over; a white bear shackled by demons, being whipped by creatures and a puppet sitting on her back. We now see our dreams were nothing but the truth. Once the proud Kingdom of Curonia is belittled by her supposed allies. The Emperor who was supposed to protect them stole their crown like a common thief and appointed a female as their governor, further mocking the primogeniture tradition of Curonia. Even after the death of this said female governor, the Emperor refused to give the rightful crown back to the House of Devereux and this time appointed a male governor. While the orenian emperor and his bureaucrats toy with the Curonian people for their self amusement and satisfaction, the so called curonian leadership choose let these insults slide. Instead of growing a backbone and standing up to the tyrants of oren for the wellbeing and pride of the curonian people, the curonian leadership seeks easy paths to glory from the comfort of their palace. Our ministers brought before us countless reports of curonian leaders ignoring the plight of their people while shamelessly spending the treasury with sinful feasts and parties and of them devouring cakes and other delicacies while their people cant even find bread. When Curonia was nothing but merely the Order of Ursus, Wilhelm Devereux, later King Wilhelm I, our dearest friend entrusted his future Kingdom of Curonia and his people to us and beseeched us to defend his people even after he was long gone. We stood with King Wilhelm and his four successors for the love we bore for him. Now again we will not let our friend down, we will do as he pleaded and save his people and his kingdom’s honour from the mismanagement and corruption of its current leaders. We pledge to liberate the Kingdom of Curonia. Last but not least, most importantly we art aware of our duties not only to the Curonian citizens but to thee, our loyal subjects. After eighty five long and fruitful years, growth and prosperity of our people and estates became uncontainable under our current administrative structure. Our Archduchy served us well but it is once again time for our crimson eagle to soar and take her rightful place, we shall honour Suffonia and our people with the status they deserve. With these high purposes, we do proclaim a coronation to be held in Warwick Castle, in celebration of our Lord, our realm, and our people. We extend an invitation to the men and women of our most esteemed allies; the Duchy of Morsgrad, Principality of Rubern, the Silver State of Haelun’or, the Union of Renelia-Gladewynn, the Forest Realm of Irrinor, people of Al-Faiz, citizens of the Alliance of Independent States, the people of Curonia and the Holy Mother Church. Furthermore, in keeping with our ideals of service to our Lord God, to celebrate this occasion we wish to gift High Pontiff Pontian III with exotic gifts crafted by our vassals for him and wish him a robust Pontificate in these trying times of we the faithful. Ave peace, Ave Suffonia, DIEU MON DROIT, HIS HIGHNESS Prince Edward of the House of Suffolk, Archduke of Suffonia, Duke of Warwick, Count of Pembroke and Baron of Alnwick
  3. Thomas, an old beggar who worked in Curonia years before would mutter to himself; "First imperials started appointing their rulers and now their army is being consumed by the imperial army, thanks GOD Curonia is avoiding being conquered! I wonder when the emperor will take their crown so that he can help them more!"
  4. An imaginary Suffonian peasant would read the victory boast and murmur to himself: “These Haense men must be schizophrenic! Suffonians don’t exists, Haense scholars says so!” Then continue sweeping the imaginary streets proud of his big word vocabulary.
  5. A curonian beggar living under the iron fist of the corrupt regent would agree with the words he barely understood and hopes that the Regent and his council will find time from their constat victories against orenian forces to surrendering to them.
  6. Edward Suffolk would start polishing his wooden crutches and prepare himself for the excruciating journey ahead.
  7. ((The Following Decree is posted on the Information Boards of Warwick Castle)) Administration Act 1737 This Archducal Act has been made Law based on the Archducal Prerogative of the Lord of Suffonia. Article I - Patriarchy a) Regardless of the titles or offices hold, Patriarch of the House of Suffolk is the owner of all of the estates and lands under the House of Suffolk and has imperium maius and absolute authority over these estates and lands and any entity on or bound to these estates and lands and is the executive, legislative and judicial head of all administrations concerning these estates and lands. b) The absolute authority and power of Patriarch of the House of Suffolk over the lands and entities mentioned in Article I/a hitherby is named the Archducal Prerogative. c) Regardless of titles, offices, gender or age, the position of the Patriarch of the House of Suffolk wilt be inherited by the heirs of Archduke Edward I of the House of Suffolk, in accordance with the Suffonian Code on Inheritance and Succession, No:I. d) Patriarch of the House of Suffolk outranks all military offices and officers as the Commander-in-Chief of Suffonia. e) As all administrative and legislative bodies and offices acts under and for the Patriarch of the House of Suffolk, the Patriarch may not become a member of any such body or office but may observe, attend or rule as he wills. Article II - Temporary High Offices a) Castellan is the temporary governor of the Warwick Castle appointed by the Patriarch of the House of Suffolk, in his absence or in times of need, with authority superseding the authority of the Privy Council of Ministers. b) Lord Marshal is appointed by Patriarch of the House of Suffolk, in times of need, to assume the command of all armed forces of Suffolk for a specific war, until such appointment is revoked by the Patriarch or the concerning war legally ends. Lord Marshal has full authority on any matter related to war, second only to the Patriarch and can bypass any rights or confiscate any property and enlist any citizen by force to the armed forces for the period of the war. Lord Marshal may not be legally challenged for his actions in Suffonian Courts as long as he holds his position. c) If in accordance with Article IX/a of the Suffonian Code on Inheritance and Succession, No:I, a legal regent is appointed to the Patriarchy of the House of Suffolk, the said legal regent wilt assume the title of the Lord Protector and assume the powers determined in the said Code during the tenure of his regency. Article III - Privy Council of Ministers a) Ministers of the Privy Council art appointed by the Patriarch of the House of Suffolk. Privy Council consist of six ministers, namely; Chancellor, Archduke’s Secretary for Foreign Affairs, High Treasurer, Chamberlain, Captain General and Justiciar. b) Chancellor is responsible for execution of the Suffonian Law as the head of the Chancellery. Chancellor acts as the chief minister of the Council and oversees and regulates Privy meetings, management and the issuance of Privy Council Edicts and Privy Council Orders. c) Archduke’s Secretary for Foreign Affairs, also known as the Secretary, is responsible for foreign and inter-vassal diplomacy as the head of the Foreign Office. d) High Treasurer is responsible for the financial accounting of the Archducal Exchequer and collection and payment of its debts and claims. High Treasurer is responsible for the domestic and international trade and overseeing comercial companies, orders and guilds of the Archduchy. e) Chamberlain is responsible for the municipal administration and housing of the Warwick Castle as well as the administration and management of the Archducal Household and the Pembroke Palace. f) Justiciar is responsible for providing legal advice for the House of Suffolk and the Privy Council of Ministers. As the judge of the Court of Justice, Justiciar is the supreme Judge of Suffonia and appoints District Court Judges. g) Captain General is the head of the Suffonian armed forces and captains of all military forces of Suffonia answers to the Captain General. Captain General is tasked with the defence of Suffonia and coordination and management of all armed forces. If a Marshal is not appointed for during wartime, Captain General wilt assume control of the war. h) Privy Council must meet and hold Privy Courts for Suffonian citizens at least once in every two years. If an Archducal Court is to be held in that time period, assembly of the Privy Court would no longer be mandatory. i) If the Chancellorship becomes vacant, Chancellor’s duties as the Chief Minister wilt be assumed respectively by: Archduke’s Secretary for Foreign Affairs, the High Treasurer, the Chamberlain, the Justiciar or the Captain General. Article IV - Council of Warwick a) Council of Warwick is an advisory body tasked with advising, supervising and auditing the conducts of the Privy Council of Ministers. b) Ministers of the Privy Council, Lord Peers of the Suffonian Realm, Advisors appointed by the Patriarch of the House of Suffolk, Prefect of the Crimsonshield, Captain of the Crimson Guard and Bishop of Pembroke art Councillors of the Council of Warwick by default. c) Most senior Peer of the Suffonian Realm, in terms of title and age, wilt assume the position of the Speaker of the Council, if he is not also a Minister of the Privy Council. d) Speaker of the Council is tasked with the arranging and management of Council meetings and the issuance of Council of Warwick Ordinances. e) Speaker of the Council may request any legal or financial document or report concerning the conduct of the Ministers of the Privy Council from the Chief Minister or ask from the Military Tribunal or the Court of Justice for the issuance of a warrant for such documents. f) Councillors may sue any Minister of the Privy Council, without any legal fees, for his misconducts concerning his office before the Military Tribunal or the Court of Justice or petition before the Archducal Court concerning such misconducts. Article V - Chancellery a) The Chancellery is an administrative department of Suffonia headed by the Chancellor. The Chancellery is responsible for legal enforcement and keeping of public records. b) The Chancellor may appoint an Undersecretary for the Chancellery, as his authorized deputy to delegate any of his responsibilities including his responsibilities as the Chief Minister. c) The Chancellor may appoint an Clerks and Registrars, for the purpose of keeping records of citizenship, contracts and deeds. Article VI - Archducal Exchequer a) Archducal Exchequer hitherby is formed as a legal entity and as of this date, ownership of all property, deed, shares, economic rights and monetary funds under the title of the Archduke of Suffonia is transferred to the Archducal Exchequer. b) Patriarch of the House of Suffolk is the sole owner and title holder of the assets of the Archducal Exchequer. c) Commission of Exchequer consisting of two lords of exchequer appointed by the Patriarch of the House of Suffolk, namely; (i) First Lord of Exchequer and (ii) Second Lord of Exchequer, is responsible and solely authorized for administration and distribution of assets of the Archducal Exchequer. d) High Treasurer is responsible for collection of claims of the Archducal Exchequer, assisting the Commission of Exchequer for the distribution of assets of the Archducal Exchequer, inspection and regulation of merchants and trade and promoting commerce. e) High Treasurer may appoint Treasurers to act as his deputies. f) High Treasurer is responsible for the allocation of enough assets annually for the payment of salaries and allowances of Suffonian workers and officials. Article VII - Foreign Office a) The Foreign Office is the diplomatic department of Suffonia headed by the Archduke’s Secretary for Foreign Affairs. TheForeing Office is responsible for protecting and promoting Suffonian interests Arcaswide and ensuring steady diplomatic relations with neighbours of Suffonia. b) The Archduke’s Secretary for Foreign Affairs may appoint diplomatic delegates named Commissioners to specific states to conduct diplomacy on behalf of the Foreign Office or appoint a High Commissioner to assume the role of the authorized deputy for general diplomacy and to oversee other Commissioners. Article VIII - Archducal Household a) The Archducal Household is an administrative department of Suffonia headed by the Chamberlain. The Archducal Household is responsible for municipal administration and housing of the Warwick Castle as well as the administration and management of Pembroke Palace. b) The Chamberlain may appoint Stewards as his authorized deputies to delegate any of his responsibilities. c) The Chamberlain wilt appoint a Butler of Pembroke as the chief of the domestic staff and responsible for the attendance and servitude of Pembroke Palace. d) Male servants called Ushers may be appointed by the Butler of Pembroke responsible for both maintenance of the private chambers of male members of the House of Suffolk and serving of food and cleaning of Pembroke Palace. e) Female servants called Maids may be appointed by the Butler of Pembroke responsible for both maintenance of the private chambers of female members of the House of Suffolk and serving of food and cleaning of Pembroke Palace. f) Cooks may be appointed by the Butler of Pembroke responsible for both maintenance of the Pembroke Palace Kitchen and cooking. Article IX - Judiciary a) Judiciary consists of the Suffonian Courts and the Constabulary. While the Justiciar oversees the conduct of both the Suffonian Courts and the Constabulary, Constable, who is in charge of the Constabulary can be appointed or removed by the Chief Minister. b) Justiciar is responsible for acting as the attorney of the House of Suffolk and is the head of the Court of Justice. c) The Justiciar may form District Courts and appoint Judges to these courts as his legal legates, tasked with giving verdicts concerning any disputes in their jurisdiction in accordance with Suffonian Law. d) The Justiciar may appoint Clerks to Suffonian Courts to assist the master of the concerning court for keeping of court records. e) The Justiciar may appoint Bailiffs to Suffonian Courts to ensure the security of the Judicial Officials and assistance with the execution of court verdicts. f) Constabulary, lead by the Constable, is in charge prosecuting criminal disputes, offenses and criminal lawsuits and hosting and wellbeing of temporary or permanent guests of the Human Rights Centre. Constabulary is also responsible for the execution of the verdicts of Suffonian Courts. g) The Constable may appoint Prosecutors to provide assistance with his prosecution workload or appoint Inquisitors to ensure the conduction of a detailed and fair investigation for each case. h) The Constable may appoint a Warden of Warwick to ensure temporary or permanent guests residing in the Human Rights Centre art well taken care of or appoint a Master of Confession to make sure steady communication can be ensured between the Costanbulary and the temporary or permanent guests residing in the Human Rights Centre. i) Captain of the Crimson Guard is responsible for assisting the Constabulary for the execution of its duties by providing Crimson Guard assistance for individual cases or assigning a permanent Crimson Guard Division to the Constabulary as the Constabulary Guard. Article X - Offices of Honour a) The offices listed in this Article X hitherby wilt be appointed by the Archduke for the execution of a specific task in service of the Court of Pembroke. b) Almoner of Edward Cathedral: Is responsible for the physical maintenance of the Cathedral and undertaking appropriate charitable events in the name of the Faith. c) Archduke’s Companion: Is honoured by the duty and right to accompany the Archduke in all feasts and dinners and to share the Archduke’s food and drinks before the Archduke does. d) Master of Art: Is responsible for the maintenance and overseeing of the artworks of Warwick and holding auctions for the said artworks. e) Master of the Archduke’s Menagerie: Is responsible for the administration of the Warwick Menagerie and wellbeing and attainment of the hosted animals. f) Master of the Feasts: Is responsible for organisations of public festivals and entertainments. f) Master of the Hunt: Guardians of the Royal wilderness. They art responsible for guarding the court members during Royal hunts & The forest against Poachers. g) Court Tutour: A scholar responsible for the education of the courtiers of the Archducal Palace. h) Court Jester: Is responsible for providing entertainment for the Archducal Palace. i) Court Midget: A dwarf or midget responsible for providing entertainment for the Archducal Palace. Witness whereof We set our hand and affix the seal of Suffolk DIEU ET MON DROIT His Highness Prince Edward of the House of Suffolk, Archduke of Suffonia, Duke of Warwick, Count of Pembroke and Baron of Alnwick
  8. ((The Following Decree is posted on the Information Boards of Warwick Castle)) Legislative Procedure Act 1735 This Archducal Act has been made Law based on the Archducal Prerogative of the Lord of Suffonia. Article I - Principles of Legislation a) If subsequent regulations conflicts each other, later regulation wilt take precedence under the assumption of implied repeal. b) If a Secondary Legislation conflicts with a Primary Legislation, any conflicting clause wilt become null and void. c) If a legislation of the same degree conflict with another legislation higher on the hierarchical order, the higher legislation wilt prevail. d) Unless specifically stated in a legislation, principle of non-retroactivity wilt be applied to all legislation. Article II - Primary Legislation a) A Primary Legislation is a regulation issued by the Archducal Prerogative of Patriarch of the House of Suffolk, namely in hierarchical order; (i) Archducal Act, (ii) Archducal Decree, (iii) Archducal Order and (iv) Archducal Verbal Order. b) An Archducal Act is a formal written enactment of Patriarch of the House of Suffolk that governs entities, commands or prohibits actions or declares policy concerning all subjects and entities living under the rule of Suffolk. c) An Archducal Decree is formal written enactment of Patriarch of the House of Suffolk that further regulates specific entities or subjects in accordance an Archducal Act or regulates the administration of the Archducal Household or the House of Suffolk. d) An Archducal Order is formal written enactment of Patriarch of the House of Suffolk that regulates a specific event, status, act or action. e) Patriarch of the House of Suffolk may cancel or amend any Primary Legislation with an equivalent Primary Legislation. f) Patriarch of the House of Suffolk may verbally regulate or order any issue that has not been previously regulated under written Primary Legislation. g) Primary Legislation issued by a previous Patriarch of the House of Suffolk may only be cancelled or amended, if the Privy Council ascents the cancellation or amendment of the said Primary Legislation with a Privy Council Order. h) Bundling of Archducal Acts concerning a similar subject into a single legislation is called a Code. Codes have the same legal standing as Archducal Acts. Article III - Secondary Legislation a) A Primary Legislation is a regulation issued by the Archducal Prerogative of Patriarch of the House of Suffolk, namely in hierarchical order; (i) Privy Council Edict, (ii) Privy Council Order and (iii) Council of Warwick Ordinance. b) A Privy Council Edict is a formal written enactment issued by the Privy Council of Ministers that further regulates specific entities or subjects under Primary Legislation or regulates an issue that has not been previously regulated under a Primary Legislation. c) To issue a Privy Council Edict, in addition to the signature of the Chancellor, three fifths of the remaining Privy Council Ministers must execute the Edict. Following the duly execution, the Edict would then enter in to force upon its announcement. d) Privy Council Order is a formal written enactment issued by the Privy Council of Ministers, for the purpose of execution of a Primary Legislation or a Privy Council Edict. e) A Privy Council Order can be issued with the votes of three fifths of the Privy Council Ministers. Following the duly execution, the Order would then enter in to force upon its announcement. f) With a three fifths quorum and majority vote, Council of Warwick may issue a Council of Warwick Ordinance, in order to serve an official policy recommendation to the Privy Council of Ministers. If the Privy Council of Ministers chooses to overlook the Ordinance, all Ministers of the Privy Council would become liable for negligence and misconduct under the Suffonian Courts, concerning the overlooked subject. f) Secondary Legislation may not regulate issues concerning Nobility, Gentry or the House of Suffolk nor dictate foreign policy. Article IV - Letters Patent a) Letters Patent art an exclusive form of an Archducal Order, issued by Patriarch of the House of Suffolk for the purpose of ennoblement of individuals or families or granting of a title, status or privileges to individuals or families under the Archducal Prerogative of Patriarch of the House of Suffolk. b) Rights or privileges granted under Letters Patent supersedes regulations under other Primary Legislation. c) Letters Patent may be cancelled, revoked or amended by Archducal Orders. Article V - Archducal Charter a) Archducal Charter is an exclusive form of an Archducal Order, issued by Patriarch of the House of Suffolk for the purpose of granting of a status, privileges, right to use force, monopoly to companies, orders, guilds, offices or institution under the Archducal Prerogative of Patriarch of the House of Suffolk. b) Archducal Charters may be cancelled, revoked or amended by Archducal Orders. Article VI - By-Law a) By-Law is a regulation issued as formal written enactment by Patriarch of the House of Suffolk or the Privy Council of Ministers, to regulate the operation standards and conduct of companies, orders, guilds, offices or institutions owned by the Archducal Exchequer or which the Archducal Exchequer owns majority shares of. b) The Privy Council of Ministers requires the signatures of three fifths of the Privy Council Ministers in order to issue a By-Law. c) Patriarch of the House of Suffolk may amend, cancel or revoke any By-Law with an Archducal Order. d) Privy Council of Ministers may amend, cancel or revoke any By-Law issued by the Privy Council of Ministers, with a Privy Council Order. Witness whereof We set our hand and affix the seal of Suffolk DIEU ET MON DROIT His Highness Prince Edward of the House of Suffolk, Archduke of Suffonia, Duke of Warwick, Count of Pembroke and Baron of Alnwick
  9. ((The Following Decree is posted on the Information Boards of Warwick Castle)) ArchDucal Decree No: I - Rules of Etiquette for the House of Suffolk This ArchDucal Decree has been issued based on the ArchDucal Prerogative of the Lord of Suffonia. Article I - Naming Practices a) Upon becoming the Patriarch of the House of Suffolk, the Patriarch will replace his given name with one of the following ArchDucal names: (i) Edward, (ii) William, (iii) Henry, (iv) Richard, (v) Charles, (vi) George or (vii) James. b) Any Patriarch of the House of Suffolk who does not assume an ArchDucal Name to replace their given name in accordance with Article I/a hitherby, wilt be by default declared ineligible to inherit any title of nobility as per Article VIII of the Suffonian Code on Inheritance and Succession, No: I. c) Male members of the House of Suffolk wilt only be able to ascertain legal status as a member of the House of Suffolk and assume the family name of Suffolk if their given name consists of two of the names listed in Article I/d hitherby. d) The list of names that art accepted for male members of the House of Suffolk art as follows: All of the names listed in Article I/a hitherby and Alan, Alexander, Albert, Alfred, Andrew, Anthony, Arthur, Athelstan, Christopher, Edmund, Ian, Geoffrey, Gilbert, Godfrey, Guy, Harold, Humphrey, John, Laurence, Malcolm, Neil, Nicholas, Oliver, Percival, Percy, Peter, Ralph, Raymond, Robert, Roger, Ronald, Stephen, Simon, Thomas, Walter. e) Female members of the House of Suffolk wilt only be able to ascertain legal status as a member of the House of Suffolk and assume the family name of Suffolk if their given name consists of two of the names listed in Article I/f hitherby, unless the Patriarch of the House of Suffolk issues a certificate of In Jure Cessio allowing a different name. f) The list of names that art accepted for females art as follows: Anne, Alice, Beatrice, Caroline, Catherine, Cecily, Charlotte, Emma, Eleanor, Elizabeth, Henrietta, Isabel, Jane, Joan, Margaret, Mary, Matilda, Miranda, Phillipa, Rosalind, Victoria g) No member of the House of Suffolk can be given a name that has been given and recorded in the family archive before and only the Patriarch can style himself with ordinal numerals. h) No male can assume the family name of Suffolk unless they art born in wedlock as an issue of a male Suffolk. i) Females marrying in to the House of Suffolk may assume the family name of Suffolk if the Patriarch of the House of Suffolk issues a certificate of In Jure Cessio allowing it. Article II - Education and Meritocracy a) Male members of the House of Suffolk art obligated to begin their Crimson Training until the age of 12 and art obligated pass the Crimson Test by the age of 14 without any failures. b) Male members of the House of Suffolk who fail their Crimson Test wilt be allowed to forfeit all of the rights under the name of Suffolk and follow a canonist ecclesiastical career or wilt be declared a bastard and be banished. c) Members of the House of Suffolk who discloses any information about their Crimson Training or Crimson Test to any third party wilt be charged with high treason. d) Male members of the House of Suffolk who passes their Crimson Test art obligated to serve at least two years as a Crimson Guard and another year at the Chancellery as a civil servant before they reach the age of 18. e) Female members of the House of Suffolk art obligated to serve at least one year as a civil servant under the Archducal Household before they reach the age of 18. f) All members of the House of Suffolk art obligated to be fluent in Suffonian Dialect. g) Education expenses of the members of the House of Suffolk, until the age of 18, wilt be compensated by the ArchDucal Exchequer. Article III - Dressing Etiquette a) Members of the House of Suffolk, including brides of the family, art obligated to dress in crimson and black silk attire, without prejudice to any gemstone accessory they might choose to wear, at all times while they art visiting other nations or provinces outside of Suffonia. b) Female members of the House of Suffolk may not wear pants or dress in attire that would usually be associated with males. Male members of the House of Suffolk without prejudice to robes or toga, may not wear skirts, apply facial paint, wear body or ear rings or in general dress in attire that would usually be associated with females. c) No member of the House of Suffolk may apply temporary or permanent ink to their body. d) If any festivity or event organised by a royal or imperial house requires to be attended in an attire which traditionally can not be worn in crimson or black, Article III/a hitherby can be bypassed. e) Wedding Dresses of female members of the House of Suffolk must be primarily coloured crimson; while wedding attire for male members of the House of Suffolk must be primarily coloured black. f) If a member of the House of Suffolk is also a member of a knightly or ecclesiastical order, or the Suffonian Retinue or Suffonian Civil Service, dressing etiquette for said status or office would supersede Article III hitherby. Article IV - Unaccommodated Occupations or Offices a) Members of the House of Suffolk may not work in any occupation or office that (i) has the sole purpose of entertaining third parties, (ii) art usually affiliated with commons, (iii) relies solely on physical labour, excluding soldiery, (iv) has the sole purpose of benefiting any other noble house, (v) art considered acting or stage performing, (vi) art not considered proper for a Canonist and (vii) has the purpose of promoting the ideas which opposes the feudal way of life of the House of Suffolk. Article V - Marriage a) Members of the House of Suffolk may not marry without the permission of the Patriarch of the House of Suffolk. b) Female members of the House of Suffolk art not allowed to marry with suitors from the commoner class. c) All marriages of the House of Suffolk must be performed by Canonist officials. Witness whereof We set our hand and affix the seal of Suffolk DIEU ET MON DROIT His Highness Prince Edward of the House of Suffolk, Archduke of Suffonia, Duke of Warwick, Count of Pembroke and Baron of Alnwick
  10. An Open Letter to Suffonian People My beloved Suffonians, As some of thee might hast noticed, I am beginning to get older. As the sun and moon continued to chase each other over our beautiful lands, I grew tired of endless bloodshed and conflict this world hast offered. Since I assumed the rule of Suffonian people 74 years ago, I shed the blood of tens of men and ordered the death of hundreds more, all in the name of feudal obligations. Every Canonist who lays dead under cold soil by my hand or my tongue haunts me day and night, I deem them all good as Canonist souls, who lost their paths due to heretic lies. Even if I know my actions were right and just, no amount of tear may equal the value of a drop of a true believer’s blood, no victory may soothe the pain of a grieving mother. The sorrow of my bloody past hath covered my heart and it was weighing it down for years, sleep would never come to me and when it did I would find little solace before the faces of the dead. for the past seven years, for guidance and forgiveness I hast turned my face to GOD Almighty and in my endless prayer I have found peace and sanctuary before my maker. I am now writing this letter to thee my beloved subjects, to illuminate thy path to happiness and fulfilment, the path of the Canonist Faith. I chose the life of a true Canonist and detached myself from my temporal possessions and when I look back at them, I can only remember the stain of blood on them, fruits of pillage and violence. As thou know, I sent my throne and golden belongings away and locked down my ArchDucal chambers, for their comfort was an offense to my new way of life. The room the Bishop of Pembroke most graciously offered me inside Warwick Cathedral is all I need and all I ever wilt need. Goose feather pillows lays downs one’s head in comfort, but only a wheat bed can truly comfort one's heart, I came to understand this. I donated all my cloths save my unprocessed wool robe and bronze crucifix. Silk dresses sits good on one's skin but I now understand only hard wool brings solace to one’s conscience. Before I found my true path, I couldn't even butter a slice of bread. Now I cook soup for the poor and feed them myself, I hope the ones who taste my soup do enjoy it as much as I. I relinquished the control of the ArchDucal Exchequer to Lord James Percival Suffolk and donated 10,000 mina of my personal wealth for the decoration of Warwick Cathedral (especially her twin golden bells) and the remaining 5,000 mina to the needy of Suffonia. Now before thee, I am a man with no personal wealth or fortunes, burdened only with the administration of my beloved Suffonia to make sure she stays in the true Canonist path. With every temporal fortune I lost, I found spiritual happiness and now with no attachments to the earthly plane, I can declare that I am truly happy at last. I am not ordering any of thee to follow my path, for the love of GOD must be true and willing, and I am not calling out to thee now as thy ArchDuke but as the Father of the Fatherland, and urge all of thee to follow the true Canonist path to save thy immortal souls and find happiness. Detach from thy earthly possessions, entrust them to the wise hands of the Canonist Church, and let happiness fill the void left by them. Amen. His Highness Prince Edward of the House of Suffolk, Archduke of Suffonia, Duke of Warwick, Count of Pembroke and Baron of Alnwick [!] Attached to the letter, the three following humbly drawn scenes can be found [!] Edward Suffolk humbly but lovingly washing the poor in Warwick Baths. Edward Suffolk feeding the poor with free fish and bread. Edward Suffolk resting in his bedchamber in Warwick Cathedral following a busy day of charity.
  11. "Witness whereof we set our hand and affix the seal of Suffolk" Edward Suffolk would write down slowly, making sure his fragile right hand bones are not shattered and then press his seal on red wax with his other but also equally fragile hand.
  12. Name of your Charter: Warwick (Upgrade) Owner's Username: Sheczar Owner's Roleplay Name: Edward Suffolk Location (XYZ): Will be provided upon request Tier applying for: T3
  13. Edward Suffolk would wonder why Lord Merentel and and Lord Vilacz are always together and pray for their souls.
  14. TREATY OF SUFFONIA WE, the Esteemed Peer of the Realm, EDWARD SUFFOLK do solemnly declare these words honest and true, before God and Men; WE, the Esteemed Peer of the Realm, EDWARD SUFFOLK do solemnly proclaim Alexander II, Holy Orenian Emperor as the true ruler of humanity and holder of the Crown of Godfrey. WE, the Esteemed Peer of the Realm, EDWARD SUFFOLK do solemnly proclaim loyalty to the House de Joannes and the unification of mankind in a singular state. WE, the Esteemed Peer of the Realm, EDWARD SUFFOLK do solemnly proclaim to uphold the peace and law of the realm and the Emperor’s Peace, and all calls or banner by the Imperial State. WE, the Imperial Crown, ALEXANDER II do solemnly declare these words honest and true, before God and Men; WE, the Imperial Crown, ALEXANDER II do solemnly proclaim our promise to uphold the ability of the Archduke of Suffonia to ennoble their peoples and to deal in land and letters patent within their territories according to the standards of the realm. WE, the Imperial Crown, ALEXANDER II, do solemnly proclaim our recognition of the Archduchy of Suffonia as spanning the lands between the coasts of Lake de Guise and the edges of the Suffonian Forests, where they meet the borders of the Kingdoms of Curonia and Hanseti-Ruska. This we proclaim for the furtherance of Our Commonwealth, Upon the day of our Lord GOD, 8th The Amber Cold 1725 HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY, Alexander II, Holy Orenian Emperor, Prince of Helena HIS HIGHNESS, Prince Edward of the House of Suffolk, Archduke of Suffonia, Duke of Warwick, Count of Pembroke and Baron of Alnwick
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