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  1. "It seems that there are still people that haven't forgotten about the legacy of the Holy Orenian Empire and its importance in the history of humanity. There is still hope." said Lucien d'Azor as he heard of the pact between the two former Orenian Houses.
  2. One God, One Law, One Country 

    1. Borin


      Go away!

  3. VALE CHARLES GALBRAITH: AN OBITUARY Published on the 14th of Godfrey’s Triumph of 1869 The Right Honorable Charles Galbraith, former Solicitor-General of the Holy Orenian Empire and Knight of the Imperial Order of the Merit, has died after a long illness at the age of 83. Born to Sir Edward Galbraith and Lady Violette Marie Halcourt in the Imperial City of Providence in the year of our Lord God 1786, Charles studied law and public administration at The Imperial University of Providence, an educational institution of the Ministry of Civil Affairs that was headed by Her Imperial Highness The Princess Imperial, Elizabeth of Rosemoor, who served as her Chancellor. It was there, at the Imperial University, when he learnt of the Maxim of St. Peter of Kaedrin “One God, One Law, One Country” and its meaning for the first time. He also heard of the deeds of the great imperial statesmen of the ages of yore, such as Sir Simon Basrid and Sir Frederick Armas, and promised himself he would try his best to be like them one day when he was older. When Charles heard of the death of the Empress Anne I in 1800, he was deeply saddened to hear such news, just as the rest of the country was, and decided that it was time for him to find employment to progress further in his life. Soon after several job interviews, and thanks to the good reputation of his family within the Empire, Charles quickly managed to achieve a position in the Ministry of Justice, starting from the bottom, first as a Clerk and later on as a Public Prosecutor. While working in the Ministry of Justice, he decided to run for public office, thinking that he would have no real chances of becoming a Representative in the Imperial Diet, which to his surprise led to him being summoned by the Crown to sit the 22nd Imperial Diet as a Representative of the Providence District. During his first term as a Member of the House of Commons, knowing how hard and little rewarding the life of the Orenian Judges were according to the words of his own father, Sir Edward Galbraith, Justice of the Supreme Court of the Holy Orenian Empire, he advocated to have the judicial branch officials of the Imperial Government be paid and properly rewarded for their service to the Nation. Soon after running again for the 23th Imperial Diet and being elected as a Representative of the Providence District, he was approached in private by the Vice-Chancellor of the Sarkozy Ministry, Sir Ledicort d’Azor. To his surprise, the Vice-Chancellor explained to the young representative that the Solicitor-General of that time had recently tendered his resignation to the Archchancellor Franz Nikolai de Sarkozy and that, as such, the Imperial Chancellery was currently looking for someone to fill up that role, and that he was the best candidate for such a Great Office of State. After being offered the position of Solicitor-General, Charles first doubted whether he was fully ready to assume such a high responsibility in one of the Great Offices of State considering his young age, but such hesitation did not last long, for the day after his conversation with the Vice-Chancellor he immediately sent a letter to the Imperial Chancellery accepting his new position in the Imperial Government. Upon being nominated to the office of Solicitor-General of Oren, pending confirmation by the Imperial Diet, he received a mysterious letter from the Chairman of the Josephite Party, Keaghan Armas, inviting him to a private meeting in his private office. When Charles arrived, he was told that the real price to be confirmed by the House of Commons was that he would have to leave his party, the National Party, and denounce its current Chairman. After being told by the Josephite Party that the Chairman of the National Party was trying to actively sabotage his confirmation, he agreed to join forces with the Josephites, who secured his confirmation in the 23th Imperial Diet. In fact, it is said that after failing to sabotage Charles’ confirmation, such Chairman announced his immediate resignation out of frustration in the middle of the floor of the Diet, tendering his resignation to His Imperial Majesty soon after the meeting had concluded (see “A Letter of Truth”). After receiving the confirmation of the Imperial Diet, he attended his very first meeting of the Council of State of the Holy Orenian Empire, which he would always remember as it had been yesterday. When he arrived at the Selm Palace for the first time, he was completely lost due to how large the building was on the inside, for it was the first time he had ever visited the official residence of the Archchancellor. Upon his arrival to the meeting room, many other Cabinet Ministers of the Crown immediately followed and also entered the room, reaching to their respective seats. But something that Charles certainly never forgot were the majestic arrivals of His Imperial Majesty Joseph II, Holy Orenian Emperor. The image of the first emperor he met during his lifetime is certainly something he would never forget easily. There he was, the Holy Orenian Emperor, the most powerful man in the Empire, his country, and he had the huge honor to be able to serve in his Imperial Cabinet. It was said that when Joseph II entered the meeting room of the Council of State he usually demanded that his ministers kiss his ring as a sign of fealty to the Imperial Crown and respect to the Fidei Defensor. He also remembered very well the first decision he adopted under the Emperor’s command, after a careful deliberation of the Council of State: the Confiscation of the Sedan Manor. Such a decision, which was obviously deeply disliked by the Sedanites, was the catalyst for the Sedanite Rebellion against the Crown to arise: soon after, the men of Sedan raised their banners against the Imperial capital and marched against the city of Providence. In fact, it is said that they actually tried to invade The Bastion, which was the headquarters of the Imperial State Army. However, the Sedanites were eventually defeated in their rebellion by the Imperial forces and the remaining members of the House de Joannes ended up abandoning their lands in the Empire and looking to settle elsewhere, in the Kingdom of Haense. It is said that Charles Galbraith was the legal artifex behind most of the confessions that the rebel leaders of Sedan made before the Emperor Joseph II whilst they asked for his mercy, and of all the different sentences and rulings that the Emperor had issued against them during the Sedanite rebellion, although some other authors differ in the sense that in reality most of the traitors were simply extra-judicially executed by the Committee On Public Safety, a special committee created by the Emperor Joseph II, which was charged with the swift prosecution and execution of traitors during the Sedanite rebellion (see “The Testimony of Emil-Dardot de Falstaff”). Soon after the conclusion of the Sedanite rebellion, the Emperor Joseph II died in the year of 1813 in his bed at the age of 84. The death of the emperor was a determining factor for the acting Archchancellor Frankz Nikolai de Sarkozy to immediately tender his resignation from his office. (A portrait of Joseph II, Holy Orenian Emperor, c. 1784) Upon the ascension of Joseph II’s firstborn son and heir to the Imperial Throne, Prince John Charles Novellen, who adopted the regal name of John VIII, Sir Ledicort d’Azor was elevated by the new Emperor to the position of Archchancellor of the Holy Orenian Empire. The First D’Azor Ministry was hence born, with Charles continuing serving as His Imperial Majesty's Solicitor-General, and hence a new age of Orenian prosperity began under the reign of John VIII, Holy Orenian Emperor. One of the first decisions that Sir Charles Galbraith adopted after his investiture upon the Council of State, was the necessary reformation and revitalization of the Ministry of Justice (MOJ), which had been neglected for several decades. For that purpose, he opted for the reformation of the Imperial Constabulary, the old style and structure adopted by the Ministry of Justice under the Solicitor-Generalship of Sir Joseph Adler during the reign of Peter III, Holy Orenian Emperor. Such a new organizational structure, which mainly consisted of the creation of an investigative division or branch in the Ministry of Justice formed of Detectives and other Agents charged with the conduction of criminal investigations in the Empire, as well as a police force or constabulary branch charged with the enforcement of the imperial law in the Nation to support the investigative division or branch of the Ministry of Justice, a new headquarters with prisons, an annual address in the headquarters by the Solicitor-General, new ranks and a progression system for all the Ministry of Justice Agents, trainings and patrols, mock trials to teach a new generation of clerks and solicitors, among many other new features, transformed the Ministry of Justice into a solid, robust and competitive Ministry that gave employment opportunities and a place to call home and progress in a professional career to many people that until Charles’ appointment as Solicitor-General had been disenfranchised, ignored and left out in the Empire (see "The Imperial Constabulary"). However, the reformation of the Imperial Constabulary did not turn into a path of roses for the young Minister of the Crown. During his tenure, Charles struggled to contain the tensions between the agents of the Imperial Constabulary (IC) and the Imperial State Army (ISA), who actively and publicly opposed what they considered an usurpation of their criminal investigatory competencies, powers and duties in favor of the Ministry of Justice. This factor created several unusual and bizarre situations that were very uncomfortable for Charles and for the rest of government officials of the Empire, such as a Regiment of the Imperial State Army camping in front of the Headquarters of the Ministry of Justice during the unpopular arrest of Sir Erik Othaman, or the outrageous arsoning of the Ministry of Justice Headquarters by this very same individual later on. Moreover, these tragic and comic episodes created in the Imperial State Army a disdain and resentment towards the Ministry of Justice that reflected poorly on the Crown, which sometimes caused the Crown and the Imperial Chancellery to intervene in some capacity and mend the bridges between these two imperial institutions, such as the granting of the imperial pardon of Sir Erik Othaman by John VIII, Holy Orenian Emperor. In fact, these disdain and resentment instated by the Imperial State Army and some political sectors towards the Ministry of Justice often caused the very same Ministry of Justice Agents to resign and find other jobs elsewhere or to fall into depression or other mental health issues due to their struggle with stress and stressful situations that, on a few occasions, sadly caused these very same Ministry of Justice Agents to end their own lives in drastic circumstances. In spite of the boycott towards the Ministry of Justice, which included an attempt of impeachment of the Solicitor-General by the Imperial Diet, institution that considered that the counter-terrorist operations launched by the Ministry of Justice against the MRA, which in most cases caused a great number of losses of Ministry of Justice Agents for being outnumbered by the terrorists, had exceeded the constitutional competencies of the Ministry of Justice and that the Solicitor-General had neglected the institution, the Ministry of Justice became a successful institution that managed to fulfill its constitutional duties outlined in the Council of State Establishment Edict and other imperial edicts of investigating, prosecuting criminals before the Imperial Courts and enforcing the imperial law on behalf of the Imperial Government in all the Empire, as well as arguing cases of constitutional law before the Supreme Court of the Holy Orenian Empire (SCOTHOE). However, some other historians attribute the initial success of the Imperial Constabulary under the start of Sir Charles’s tenure as Solicitor-General to the inclusion of former MRA terrorists into the ranks of the Ministry of Justice. These very same historians also highlight that the Ministry of Justice experienced a decline after the Inspector-General Darkwood, the second-in-command and right hand of the Solicitor-General, went on vacation to Sutica, and when John VIII, Holy Orenian Emperor, ordered the Solicitor-General and the rest of his Ministers of the Crown to cease all communications with the MRA terrorists and consider them enemies of the Imperial State, which considerably ended up substantially reducing the number of active Agents of the Ministry of Justice. For invaluable service rendered during his tenure in the Ministry of Justice, in the year of our Lord 1806 Charles was inducted into The Most Esteemed and Most Especial Imperial Order of Merit by John VIII, Holy Orenian Emperor (see “Knights of the Empire”). It is said that during the tenure of Sir Charles Galbraith as Solicitor-General, the Ministry of Justice solved more than 1,000 criminal cases, although other historians set that number at more than 100 and less than 200. While there were plenty of Agents of the Ministry of Justice that were famous for their successful operations and case solving, it would be impossible to mention all of them without forgetting a few particular names, which is why this author will not mention any particular names, for all of them did a great service to the Ministry of Justice and the Empire, their Country. After a total of twenty-five years of service, Charles tendered his resignation as Solicitor-General to the Archchancellor of the Holy Orenian Empire to retire and live a simpler life away from the daily stress of the Imperial Government and focus on the study of the imperial law in the Imperial University of Providence and work as an Attorney-At-Law. For his great knowledge of imperial law, in the year of our Lord 1843 the Imperial University of Providence, with the approval of the Ministry of Civil Affairs, awarded Charles with the academic title of ‘Juris Doctor’ (J.D.) in Laws (see “Scholarly Letters of the Empire”). A few years later, the Emperor John VIII fell ill and ended up being bed-ridden in his chambers in the Augustine Palace as his younger brother, Philip Novellen, assumed the Regency of the Empire as Prince-Regent. When the Imperial Practitioner-General informed the Imperial Household of the possibility of the imminence of the Emperor John VIII’s death Charles immediately visited the Augustine Palace to bid his liege and long-time close friend John farewell as he ascended the Seven Skies. (A portrait of John VIII, Holy Orenian Emperor, c. 1815) Many years later, after having faked his own death, Prince Philip Amadeus Novellen, the grand-son of the Emperor Philip II, returned from his long-time trip overseas alongside his wife, Anastasia of Kositz, and seeked the support of the Principality of Savoy in their goal of overthrowing the Holy Orenian Emperor Philip II and his son and heir apparent Prince Philip Augustus Novellen and assume the Imperial Throne as the new monarch. The vile operation of Prince Philip Amadeus Novellen and Anastasia of Kositz, with the inestimable support of the villainous Prince of Savoy, ended up being successful as the Emperor Philip II alongside his son and other members of the imperial family were assassinated by the Savoyards and supporters of the new Emperor Philip III during the so-called Aster Revolution. In other words, the new Emperor and his wife, alongside the Prince of Savoy, assassinated his own grand-father the Emperor Philip II and his father Prince Philip Augustus Novellen. This tragic episode of the Empire, the country that he had loved for so long and had been his home for so many years, broke the mental stability and health of Charles and caused him to suffer his first stroke as he had to be taken to an old people’s home by his family and start using a cane in order to be able to walk correctly. The last and final tragic episode of the Empire that ended up physically and mentally breaking him and almost making him fall into a coma was the day the Emperor Philip III had died and the forces of the Prince Frederick Novellen gathered in the capital to storm the Imperial Palace of Providence and declared the dissolution of the Holy Orenian Empire and the creation of the Kingdom of Oren. Charles was the only one present in the imperial throne room, alongside Prince John Casimir Novellen, to publicly oppose such an unpopular decision, while the other Orenians present in the room refused to publicly speak against such decision in fear of the possible consequences that they would suffer at the hands of the new tyrannical regime instated by the so-called King of Oren Frederick Novellen. As his final major act before his death, Charles sent a secret letter to his nephew, Lucius Galbraith, asking him to support the Imperial Resistance that had gathered in Fort Linnord, also known as Fort Imperium, and fight for the cause of the rightful Emperor, the eldest son of the Emperor Philip III, Prince Peter Novellen, also known as Emperor Peter IV, to recover the Imperial Capital of Providence and restore the order in the Realms of Man (See “Proclamation of the Empire”). The day before his death, he received word from his nurse that the Imperialist Orenians commanded by Prince John Casimir ended up being defeated on the field of battle in the Battle for New Providence as the Emperor Peter IV was captured in the Battle of Reutov and later on executed by the so-called King of Oren Frederick Novellen in New Providence. (A portrait of Peter IV, Holy Orenian Emperor, c. 1868) As his final thoughts, Charles thought of his family and friends as he expressed his wish for a world without the inhuman hate that he had seen three months ago in the eyes of Prince Frederick Novellen during his self-proclamation as King of Oren in the imperial throne room of Providence. In other words, Charles expressed a wish for a world of love, peace and prosperity. A world where all the humans could live a free and happy life without having to suffer the inhumanity of wars. The Empire was lost and so was Charles, for he expressed that it was worthless to live in a world that had destroyed everything that he had held dear. And so Charles died, and with him his last wish for the restoration of the Holy Orenian Empire. (Sir Charles Galbraith, painted c. 1811) VALE CHARLES GALBRAITH (1786 – 1869) 14 Godfrey’s Triumph 1869 ONE GOD. ONE LAW. ONE COUNTRY.
  4. OOC: These are very sad news to hear, even for someone who currently doesn't actively play in the server or who didn't have the chance to roleplay with her like me. Definitely, the community has just lost a valuable player and, most importantly, a friend for many people here. My condolences to her friends and her family for this tragic loss. Rest in peace, Jedi.
  5. What's the best / most fun moment in the MoJ that you remember as Duncan?
  6. Very interesting although it could be argued that the Kingdom of Courland, while calling itself such name, was never really a kingdom but a duchy, due to the lack of coronation and recognition by the Church of the Canon (although it was recognized as a kingdom with a coronation by a minority of the church that went full schism)
  7. "The King is dead. Long live the King." said Lucien
  8. Excited for the return of Nexus (Vortex was bad)
  9. happy no-warclaims day!

  10. "At this point, I would gladly entrust my life to the leader of the halflings rather than to one of the current human monarchs we have!... Ave Orenia! Ave Bywater!" said Lucien d'Azor upon hearing of the proclamation of the Halfling Empire.
  11. Lucien d'Azor perks a brow at the news, surprised to finally see a military alliance between the Canonist Princes "Finally, the Canonists Princes have managed to reach an agreement towards this particular conflict. May this be the start of a new time of unity amongst our Canondom."
  12. before>"I hate Oren"

    after>"I miss Oren"

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    3. AnimeWolf0080


      What's Oren


    4. NotEvilAtAll


      halflings are bringing back Oren guys it's ok, we are the true imperials all along!

  13. big fan of the aaunic times

    1. UnusualBrit


      Of course you are. 

    2. argonian


      reminder that sergi was shilling for aaun and shitting on adria until he realised maly supported the latter, and then he flipped instantly

    3. UnusualBrit


      @argonianunsurprising, Orenian brainrot moment.

  14. "If His Majesty the King of Aaun gives away his own capital and lands, what is he really king of? King Nothing." murmured Lucien d'Azor after hearing the news "What a coward. Instead of fighting for his people he quickly submits to his enemy's desires. He is unworthy of his royal title and the people of his kingdom. Unworthy of his crown. I hope His Holiness notices this as well and strips him of his rank."
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