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  1. John de Vitus, the former Archchancellor of Courland admires the renunciation, agreeing to every bit of it in silence, he shook his head afterwards, wishing he had not helped the Stauntons at all, ever.
  2. John randomly saluted upon hearing of this.
  3. ”Still near Helena.” remarked Charles.
  4. To Emmeline Neumarkt To Emmeline of Neumarkt, far stretched cousin of mine; Let it at first be known that I care not for styles, or the way this hastily written letter looks, for it is simply to deliver a message: It has come to my attention as well that you have made false claim against the Kingdom of Courland, the House of Staunton and all that is Courlandic to the very core of your bones. I question you, I question your existence, I question your legitimacy and above all I question the truth not-so present in your words. It has come to my knowledge that you say your father, Percival, was a old, tired and above all smart man, yet I do in full remember a letter in which he was exposed as nothing but a kinslaying thief, prone to dissolving Courland no matter the cost, whether that be by killing his own family or not, afterall, it was on the orders of your father that Aleksandr Staunton was slain, a boy perhaps barely at the age of six and his own grandson no less. It saddens me to hear of your ignorance, to hear of how proudly the banners of House Staunton hang from the walls of New Aleksandria, bloodstained from all the backstabbing our family has sustained at the hands of their own kin, at the hands of those they considered their friends. I am saddened by your hypocrisy as well, for it is no secret you had lived in Helena, and been with the Empire most of your life; it was only when power was offered to you that you returned home, whether Courland ever have been your home at all only GOD can say, you took that which our family had built at that given time and dragged it through the mud even further, alongside your demented father prone to treachery. It saddens me in truth that our family is at odds once more, over titles once held by better men, over a glorified chair, a throne, once sat upon by better men as now the spoils are left to the lesser men and even women to do with as they please, it saddens me to hear that such events have once more unfolded themselves unto us. It is therefore that I ask you, let it die, let it go, if nothing is to be had of this new reformation of Courland, then surely it shall die, or perhaps live on. News has reached my ears that I am amongst those your father disowned, to that I have but a simple thing to say; I shall not refrain from using the family name I carry, my father has carried, and his fathers before him have carried, if he wishes to disown me, he should meet me in person himself at any given time, you have lost your coup and now portray the defenders as if they are the guilty, to shift the blame. I shall not bother with signing this letter of mine, as I am of no importance as of now; and neither do I wish to be.
  5. Charles chuckles, knowing full well she took advantage of the assassination of her own nephew, who was killed on her father’s orders, and should stop shifting the blame to the innocent to save her own reputation.
  6. Charles Staunton supports this wholeheartedly, raising his cup in the air till it was just above his head in memory of Courland’s past as a smile seemed to adorn his visage momentarily. Charles himself was safely tucked away in a remote tavern, far away from those whom he dubbed pretenders.
  7. Adolf the Younger narrowed his eyes at the missive, having the utmost trouble at understanding. He simply signed the Lorraine instead.
  8. ”Easy there, miss one-eye.” Replied John with a frown, secretly in approval.
  9. Jószef nodded in approval, enjoying that what he was still in the midst of reading.
  10. Paul Alexander frowns from the Seven Skies, keen on the fact those were not Varoche in name.
  11. “GOD speaks aye, to all of His flock.” Jószef commented in simplicity
  12. You robbed me a few times, I’ll never forget that, was fun. Sad to see you go. I wish you the best of luck with life.
  13. John smiled for a moment “Finally something worthwhile.”
  14. Jószef looks up from his studies, a smile adorning his visage.
  15. John fails to understand why they weren’t just executed instead.
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