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  1. Haeseni Chamber of Commerce Hereby I, Grand Maer Karl Amador, declare the establishment of the Haeseni Chamber of Commerce (HCC), on behalf of the partaking members, acting as chairman of said HCC. After meeting with a group of business owners we found it within the best interest, with the current economic and financial circumstances and those of the future in mind, to move to the creation of such a body. Founding Members Wittenbach Warenhaus Otto Wittenbach Roger & Co. Elijah Roger, Eleanora Mannox Barclay Bargains House Barclay Ruthern Co. Ltd. House Ruthern Uses and benefits of the HCC -Platform for discussion and cooperation between businesses as well as a means of communication between businesses and the government. -First choice or exclusivity in certain things like events with stalls to sell goods, material orders from the (city) government or possibly the army, as well as matters like advertising possibilities. -Acces to a workplace for purposes of sharing equipment ((Things like gear that increases proficiency and hammers/saws)). -Platform for the possibility of offers regarding financial interests or trade interests coming from either the population or government. (Being the group to turn to for matters like people wanting to sell or buy stuff, or take up a loan/make some other monetary agreement). Members will meet regularly when necessary to discuss anything that concerns the HCC and in making any significant decision, each present member gets a vote on the matter, rather than the chairman making decisions by himself. The HCC should serve to offer possibilities and prospects to its members, not to limit them and their business practices in any way. Becoming a member Currently it is free to become a member of the HCC though this might change in the future if the members’ assembly deems it fit (think of something like a sign up fee). What this means is that if one considers joining, it is wise to do so sooner rather than later. If you wish to join the HCC with your business, contact Grand Maer Karl Amador. ((Sander#0004)) Your obedient servant, K. Amador
  2. Hey guys! So with the release of Crusader Kings III a while back, I've gotten interested in applying some of the traits mechanics into an LotC format because I think they could make for interesting roleplay. What I've done here is created a simple system to randomly assign some physical/mental traits to a character when you're creating them or when they're given birth to in rp. It incorporates a lot of the congenital traits from CK3 as well as some additions of my own, and it's by no means perfect, but I still think it works pretty neatly! So let me briefly explain the system I've come up with! Step 1: Do /roll 3 If the result is 1, the character has no noteworthy traits. If the result is 2 or 3, proceed to step 2. This step is to add a chance of no oddities for the sake of realism, but you can skip it of course if you want one of the interesting traits. Step 2: Do /roll 20 Here's where the real system comes into play. For each possible number of the roll, I've assigned a specific trait. These are roughly grouped into the categories; BAD (1-6), NEUTRAL (7-14) and GOOD (15-20). Neutral means the trait can either be bad or good, but it largely depends on how the person rp's it. Bad and Good should speak for themselves. Of course there'll be things that can be improved upon this sytem, like taking in account some attributes that the child's parents might have or changing some of the traits, but I think this is a pretty nice basis for such a system and it adds a nice aspect to roleplaying characters by giving them one of these traits. I might write up a version with even more traits for like a /roll 40 if y'all would like that. Be sure to let me know what you all think about it, feedback is welcome! And naturally, feel free to use this system!
  3. Some politicians, most notably of which Jonah Stahl-Elendil, discuss in private. The room where it happened: A reflection upon the less-transparent times of my tenure in the House of Commons by Karl Amador While many probably still remember me as a member of the House of Commons of the Imperial Diet, it has been some time since I retired from public office. We live in a much different world from the time I will discuss in this writ; Hanseti-Ruska has gained independence from the Empire for example, and many of the men to whom I looked up to learn in my career as a statesman; Sir Terrence May, Sir Konrad Stafyr and Conrad Barclay, have since then all passed away. So for those of the younger nature, let me briefly introduce myself before I proceed. My name is Karl Amador, I hail from the Barony of Mondstadt in Hanseti-Ruska and I served as a representative of the Everardine Party and later as an Independent in the House of Commons pretty much since its creation until my resignation two elections ago. Now during this time in office I saw a lot change in the way the Diet was run. Upon gaining my seat in the House, it had just been created as the successor to the Senate, and during my tenure it was still very much developing itself. Many will see it as an open, transparent form of proto-democracy, on show for all of the Empire and the rest of the world to observe when in session. But I will share in this writ of some of the more shady, less-transparent side of the House of Commons that isn’t shown to the public. Private meetings, dirty secrets and cross-party agreements. I feel the need to share these instances to not only give the public a more thorough understanding of the nature of the way the House of Commons was run, but also some of these accounts concern a truth that has not been, and might otherwise never be, revealed. Private meetings While I strongly believe in the transparent nature that any form of political deliberation such as the House of Commons should have, it was not uncommon for some of the more contested and interesting matters to be debated outside of the big room in Varoche Hall. The name I most strongly associate with this practice is that of Sir Jonah Stahl-Elendil, who under his leadership of the Josephite faction (and with that, practical leadership over the House), made it a feature of the Commons. Elendil would frequently meet with members of the House of Commons outside of session, to discuss important matters in private meetings with no transcript that would never see the light of day. I was among these members with whom he from time to time sauntered off to his office upstairs in Varoche Hall. I clearly recall talks he wished to have with my about the state of the budget, economy, and financial practices of the Empire. He would show budget transcripts that weren’t to be observed outside of the Imperial Treasury like it was nothing much of a secret, let alone classified information. He laid out extensive visions for a redistribution of this budget and a change of the economy that. Lowered taxes, an increase in spending: Elendil’s plans could be far from realistic. A second private meeting in Elendil’s office that I recall on a personal level was one about the taxation of Haense and Kaedrin. He invited me, miss Bykov and mister Galbraith to his office to have a lengthy discussion about how to enforce taxes on the provinces; a goal I recall him having for a long time. I was opposed to the notion of taxation, considering the vast majority or nearly all of the spending was done in the Crownlands, especially Helena. Bykov I recall being sceptical, but Galbraith was strongly in favor, much like Elendil. Aside from our opinions on the matter though, what matters more is the belief that one of the most controversial, dividing matters of the Empire, could be discussed and attempted to resolve in such a private meeting in an office, rather than openly on the floor of Varoche Hall. I found it, and still find it, an offense to the dignity of both the House of Commons, and the people of the Empire (and now Haense). A cross-party agreement Naturally, cross-party agreements are nothing controversial or shady in general. After all, cross-party agreements are what make the House of Commons work effectively. What I mean specifically however, is a cross-party agreement that ‘crosses the line’, so to speak. An agreement I too am guilty of being a part of. What I mean specifically is the so-called ‘Haeseni Caucus’ that evolved over the later years of the House of Commons. A secret agreement, made between Josephites, Everardines and Independents alike, where all of the Haeseni representatives banded together into a voting bloc. We agreed among us, that in any matter or bill that concerned the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska in any way, we would all vote together in the way that protected and preserved the interests of the Haeseni Crown, regardless of personal ideological beliefs or party-directed stance. To this day, I do not regret being a part of this Haeseni Caucus. I believe that what we did was right. We protected the interests of our monarch and our people from Imperial meddling, fending off anything that further breached Hanseti-Ruska’s integrity. While I do not regret us Haeseni representatives taking this measure, I will admit that it was somewhat shady and something we hid from not only our Imperial colleagues but also the public, which is less than commendable. A secret most foul What I saved for last is what I consider the piéce de resistance of this writ. A most hideous secret that I was let in on due to leading the Everardine faction at the time. I do not doubt there were many more dirty secrets, given the less offensive name of ‘classified information’, that were shared in the corridors and offices of Varoche Hall, but this is the only major one I have been informed of. Thus this serves as an example of the backroom practices the Imperial Government hides from its people. [!] A reprint of an official document was included in the writ [!] During another private meeting in Sir Elendil´s office, a high-ranking officer of the Imperial State Army, Officer Tovelm, knocked on the door, coming to pick our brains as party leaders, on a matter he had been working on for the IOMI together with the Imperial Cabinet. What later became public as Operation Enduring Freedom; the declaration of war on Sutica, framed as an attempt to ‘free Sutica from the tyrant Corwin Alstreim’, started as something very different. The reprint of the classified document above is what I was delivered by an Imperial Soldier the day after, as a summary transcript of what the Officer Tovelm had discussed with us in Elendil’s office the day before. He told us about the plan to buy Sutica from Trade Prince Corwin Alstreim, who would become a vassal of the Empire, much like the King of Hanseti-Ruska. Sutica was to be gradually incorporated as a full on part of the Empire, with the Trade Prince being offered 100,000 minas for his allegiance. Yes, the Imperial government offered 100,000 minas to a man they would condemn as a tyrant and the biggest threat to the Empire just months later. This would be only step 1 of a grander plan however, Officer Tovelm was so kind to inform us. Sutica was not only to serve as an enormous tax income for the Empire, but also as a military outpost. A jumping off point from which the Imperial Crown planned to conquer all, or most, of southern Arcas in the years to come. Officer Tovelm mentioned nations such as the Talus Grove or Aegrothong, who would have to be put under Imperial rule or be incorporated in the Imperial sphere of influence in this view. I do not know what else is to be said by me about this plan. This is what we were informed of that day in Elendil’s office. The rest is history, as months later, the plan had failed with the Trade Prince refusing the offer, and the Imperial government declaring war upon Sutica and her allies. -[+]- I do not know what consequences my writ might have. I do not know how much of this information exactly had already been (somewhat) known by the public. What I do know is that I am happy for the truth to be publicly exposed nonetheless. If anybody feels I incompletely exposed one of these matters, they are free to send me a letter and ask questions to inquire if I have more to share that I forgot to mention here. Though now divided by borders, Your obedient servant, K. Amador
  4. By Margrave Fiske III Vanir Vaur Komitriez Horns sound in the distance. The day has finally come, tensions between the nations of northern arcas have risen too far, and WAR has erupted. In VAUR KOMITRIEZ, you take take control of one of the four countries of Haelun’or, Oren, Hanseti-Ruska or Kaedrin, and try to lead them to victory through a four-way conflict that will take all of your tactical and strategic ability. How to play: Equipment: To play VAUR KOMITRIEZ, the following equipment is involved: Unit pieces These pieces represent the army and navy units used in the game. The top row are the Army pieces and the bottom row are the Navy pieces. Yellow is for Hanseti-Ruska, red is for Oren, white is for Kaedrin and blue is for Haelun’or. Dice To play the game, players will require a simple 1-6 dice. Board Most important to playing VAUR KOMITRIEZ however is the playing board with all its details. What everything seen on the board means will be explained below under Landscape. The starting setup of the board is shown above. Landscape: The board consists of various types of terrain and has a plethora of markers scattered across it that depict actual places in the north of Arcas. Here is what everything on the board means: Terrain Light green terracotta: plains Dark green terracotta: forest Green powder: hills Blue powder: water Light grey powder: traversable mountains Dark grey powder: impassable mountains Markers 4 walls with banner: nation capital 2 walls: second largest settlement (SLS) Flower pots: smaller settlements Trapdoors: Bridges Marker types Brick: Oren. Helena (capital), Carrington (SLS) Diorite: Haelun’or. Lareh’thilln (capital), SLS N/A Cobble: Hanseti-Ruska. New Reza (capital), Johnstown (SLS) Granite: Kaedrin. Owynsburg (capital), Mansion (SLS) Stone brick: Vuillermoz. Up for conquest by one of the four nations as a smaller settlement. How conquering smaller settlements works is explained under Units & Combat. Occupation To show who occupies and controls what markers on the map, banners will be used for capitals as shown above. If a capital originally belonged to nation A, but has since been sieged and occupied by nation B, its banner will be changed to that of nation B to show it’s occupation. The conquest and occupation of smaller settlements is shown through the use of little flags ((flowers)), the colors of which correspond to the colors of each of the four countries. Yellow for Hanseti-Ruska, red for Oren, white for Kaedrin and blue for Haelun’or. Units & Combat Each turn, a player has to make a choice pertaining to units and combat. They can either deploy units, or move units and optionally fight or siege with them. Deploying units If a player chooses to deploy units during his turn, he can deploy a minimum of 1 unit for his capital, with an extra +1 units per 4 smaller settlements he has under his control. Players have a base unit capacity of 7, +3 for each capital they possess. This means that the unit capacity of each player at the start of the game is 10 for example. When deploying units, players are free to choose between army and navy units. These units can be deployed next to any smaller settlement. This means, however, that if a player does not control a smaller settlement next to a water tile, they cannot deploy navy units. Moving units & garrisons A player can also choose to move his units. Navy units can obviously only move through water tiles and bridges. Army units can only move across land tiles (excluding impassable mountains) and bridges. There can be 1 unit per tile. Units can be in the same tile as smaller settlements or bridges. Moving diagonally is not an option. The distance units can move depends on the terrain they are moving through: Plains or Water (Navy units): 3 tiles per turn Forest or Hills: 2 tiles per turn Traversable mountains: 1 tile per turn Optionally a player can also move army units into his capital or SLS to serve as a garrison to defend against sieges. A capital can hold a garrison of 3 units while a SLS can hold a garrison of 2 units. If a capital or SLS is next to a water tile, navy units can also be used for garrisons. Fighting Combat in VAUR KOMITRIEZ is done by rolling the dice. In a fight, units fight 1v1 at a time, the player with the highest dice roll winning. The player that rolls lower loses 1 unit. A battle goes on until either side has no units left, or the attacker retreats. Sieging To siege a smaller settlement, a player needs to have one of his units on the tile next to the settlement and roll either 4, 5 or 6. If this fails, the siege may continue next turn or with a different unit. Sieging a capital or SLS without a garrison is done in the same way. Sieging a capital or SLS with a garrison is done similarly to a normal battle, with the siege ending once either all the garrison units have been killed, or all the sieging units have died. A garrison can also attack units outside its walls. If capitals or SLS’s exist partly on top of impassable mountains, they cannot be attacked or sieged from those sides. Terrain Modifiers Lastly, there are some simple modifiers to combat pertaining to the terrain it takes place on. If the defender is in; -Plains, Water: No modifier -Forest, Hills: -1 dice roll for attacker -Passable mountains: -2 dice roll for attacker
  5. Karl Amador squints "Isn't this a House marrying it's cadet....? Oh well *ncest wincest I suppose”
  6. “I am Karl Amador and this man has my vote!”
  7. “Baruch or Bust!” Exclaimed the now retired Karl Amador, throwing his support behind his ex-retired friend with endorsement and all.
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    Buck News.

    Karl smiles, having found a new favourite newspaper
  9. Karl Amador Foundation for Culture and Learning (KAFCuL) When I ran for the House of Commons this election, many people gave me their vote of confidence and I thank all of you for your support. However, while the election results gave me a strong mandate, it did not do the same for the Everardine party of which I am a member. Now in my campaign, I made some promises to the people of the Empire, some promises I plan on keeping. With my party’s minority in the House of Commons this becomes a bit of a challenge however. Therefore, I have decided to take personal initiative. One of my main campaign promises was that I would work to promote and preserve our cultures and traditional values with more funding for libraries, academies and the Canonist Church. To ensure I make good on this promise, I announce the founding of the Karl Amador Foundation for Culture and Learning (KAFCuL for short). What I mean with this announcement is the following: I, Karl Amador, will set aside an initial 10,000 Minas and possibly more in the future, from my own pockets into a Foundation budget from which all money will go to fund one of the following institutions: The Northern Geographical Society Museum The Royal Academy of Saint Catherine The Weeping Wick Theatre The Haensetian Library The Imperial Library The Imperial Academy The Canonist Church Any of these institutions are free to contact me if they are ever short on funding or would like funding for improvements to their institution and the services they offer. If other institutions would like to be involved as well they can send me a private letter and I will consider it. With this, I hope that the preservation and promoting of culture in our Empire is supported for years to come and I look forward to close cooperation with any and all individuals involved in these organisations to bring actual, positive change to the people of the Empire. Your obedient servant, K. Amador
  10. Why should YOU vote AMADOR, in seventeen-seventy-four? Who is Karl Amador? I’m a member of the House of Commons from Haense. I began my political career over in New Reza, sitting in the Haensetian Duma for House Amador various times, positioning myself on the Feudalist bench. I entered politics on an Imperial level with a bid for a Senatorial seat, running against the incumbent, President Sir Konrad Stafyr, resulting in a tie before being defeated by my opponent in a second round of voting. Upon the formation of the House of Commons, I joined the Everardine Party as a moderate and soon after found myself gaining a seat in the Commons in which I’ve served ever since. As of recently I have been appointed Chairman of the Party. Aside from my political career, I have served in the Ministry of Justice for some time as a Constable before I received my seat in the House. In Haense I run a small family owned company where we sell goods produced and grown on our land. I’ve written a few books and other works over the years and as of recently I’ve involved myself directly in the fight against the Scyfling invasion of Haense, standing between the soldiers in various battles. What does he stand for? As stated, I consider myself to be a moderate Everardine. While ultimately I agree the most with my conservative Everardine colleagues, itt is not entirely unusual to find myself agreeing with some of the liberal Josephites’ standpoints. This combined with the fact that I sometimes take inspiration from some Sanoist beliefs, means that I often try to seek the bipartisan way in my resolutions and policies, seeking to bridge the gap that divides the House of Commons. On a cultural and social level I consider myself to be a (tolerant) conservative, while on an economic level I would consider myself more to be on the socialist or sanoist side, being a proponent for welfare principles, support subsidies for businesses to stimulate the economy and lower taxes. What is he running on this election? My standpoints are as follows: -Subsidizing small businesses and walk-in stores -Less focus on new policies, more focus on making the policies we have actually work -Ensuring the provinces reap equal benefit from the imperial government and her policies compared to Oren. -Preserving and promoting culture and traditional values; more funding for libraries, academies and if needed the church too. -Supporting both the ISA and the HRA if needed to maintain a strong and agile military. -Providing whatever the Crown of Haense needs to combat the Scyfling threat -Lowering housing prices in Helena -Smaller government; lessening the bureaucratic mess and the top-down system. What other candidates do you support voting for? Of the currently declared candidates, I recommend voting for either Farooq Gray, Philip Pruvia-Albarosa or Heinrick Othaman, considering citizens have 3 votes to cast. If one insists on voting for a Josephite politician, I recommend Sir Konstantin Wick.
  11. SURNAME: Amador FIRST NAME: Karl ADDRESS OF RESIDENCE: Barony of Mondstadt DATE OF BIRTH: 1734 Are you registered and eligible to vote in the Holy Orenian Empire?: Yes Do you have any other title, peerage or military service that may conflict with becoming a Member of the House of Commons, as per the Edict of Reform (1763)?: No If yes, do you understand that you will be required to resign or abdicate from this position should you be elected to the House of Commons, and if this does not occur your seat shall be considered to be vacant?: Yes ((MC NAME)): SanderWarrior14
  12. An Everardine’s view on emancipation for racial minorities. I remember very clearly the brief, yet important, conversation I had a few years ago. It was at the opening of a new exhibition at the museum of the Northern Geographical Society, the person I spoke with was a Wonk. He was a kindred spirit, level-headed, politically engaged, knew what he was talking about too. He, along with some of the others present, wished to hear my views as a politician upon emancipation for his kind, the Wonks. He argued that, as he was an intelligent, non-violent race, capable of contributing to society as he currently so proves, he is owed equal rights to that of humankind or elvenkind. Not too long after that, another Wonk by the name of Zulom Toadicus, wrote an open letter to the House of Commons, arguing the exact same point. If it hadn’t already been apparent from hearsay, it became overly clear then, from the reactions expressed about the letter by members of both political parties, that the consensus amongst the political class was one of agreement, Wonks deserved emancipation. Why is it then that now, several years later, we still do not have this equal position for Wonks, or, in a broader sense, Wonks and Kharajyr? There are in fact a few reasons for this in my view. For one, the current inefficient state of Parliamentary politics plays a part in this. In the current state of affairs, there’s little getting done due to a lack of engagement from party members, poor scheduling of committee meetings, many being on leave and a general dwindling of parliamentary spirit. Another reason in the same category is that the House of Commons is currently being overwhelmed with an abundance of bills and bills in the making, many of which take a long time to debate, stretching across multiple sessions. This means that there’s few politicians looking to add another big bill like one of emancipation for other races. A different kind of reason for this, is the subconscious fear amongst members of both parties of alienating some of their more conservative voters by proposing a thing like equal rights for Wonks and Kharajyr. I feel that, while this isn’t a major reason, it still plays a role and thus ought to be mentioned. However, aside from these issues holding back the passing of such legislature, there is a much bigger underlying problem with this policy. For a second, let us say we can legislate unanimous emancipation, equality reigns, and yes it’s great. But we cannot cure prejudice or racial hate. So where do we go from here? Racial tensions or segregation? Denying minorities rights is a problem, but we can’t address a question if we do not have an answer. For centuries, Kharajyr have either been treated as animals and hunted down by humankind, or reluctantly allowed into our society, but frowned upon with racial preconception. While there exists less of such a sentiment towards Wonks, there still exists some. We cannot rid the population of these feelings through a simple piece of legislation. If we don’t give these racial minorities a special status, there will be those who will take measures against their equal place in our society, possibly violently. Yet if we were to segregate these minorities, they would still not know equal societal status. Thus, if we are to grant Wonks and Kharajyr equal rights and liberties, we are faced yet again by another, even greater, question. And I don’t pretend to know the answer, but the question is real. Your Obedient Servant, K. Amador
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  14. An Open Letter on the Abolishment of Indentured Servitude Bill To the Honourable Miss Angelika Bykov and her colleagues of the Josephite Party, As the recently introduced bill on abolishing the practice of indentured servitude now sits tabled and awaits further discussion by the House of Commons and I wasn't able to offer my opinion on the bill during our sitting, I shall do here on paper, in clear language, so that any man or woman that considers themselves a spectator of our work, this theatrical performance that the Josephites call governance, can read it. For it doesn't take many words to string together to accurately depict what this bill is about and what my personal view on it is. This bill is, by all practical means, useless. Now before you, your colleagues or anyone reading this condemns me to be a slaver, a racist or an oppressor, let me explain this statement. During the past campaigning season, you, Miss Bykov, and your colleagues, campaigned on the promise to abolish slavery and indentured servitude like the heroes thee are! Truly, none could wish for a more just and proper bunch of politicians! Coincidentally, this could of course bring in a lot of votes, but that can't be what drives such an honourable politician as thee. There is but one problem with the pretty promise of criminalizing indentured servitude, and that is that it is already illegal. What heaps of work thee could've spared yourself, your colleagues and the rest of us if only you'd read up on the Orenian Revised Codex a little better, because slavery or involuntary servitude is already illegal under part 202.093 of the ORC. And yes, as said during the House of Commons' last session, some changes ought to be made to this law, as it could be improved upon. But, if that is what thee were out to do, then thee should've just written up an amendment to the law and not a bill to abolish something that was abolished long ago or a perfectly legal practice. There are two forms of indentured servitude; slavery and forced labour, which are illegal under the aforemention act, and servitude one is bound to through a signed contract, the latter being a practice that is legal and functions as a means sometimes used to rid oneself of debts, involving consent from both parties involved. So, assuming you and your colleagues weren't out to criminalize a legal financial practice with which there's inherently nothing wrong, that leaves us with a few options. For one it could be that you, Miss Bykov, and the entirety of the Josephite Party were unaware that practices like slavery and forced labour were illegal, which would suggest of a terribly poor grasp of our law Codex. What could also be the case is that this bill was merely something sweet to campaign on and win votes with, informing the public you'll make a hated practice illegal, capitalizing on the fact that a large part of the masses are unaware that said practice is already illegal. If your goal was to fix some of the minor issues with the law in the Orenian Revised Codex, you would've written a bill to amend the law, not a bill to abolish indentured servitude. This suggests to me that that was not your goal and instead one of the two scenarios above are the case. Combine this wih the fact that the bill included much poor and improper wording and that equates to a useless bill that isn't worth discussing. It is for these reasons that I condemn this bill to be utterly useless and a waste of my time, your time and that of all of our honourable colleagues. I am not a slaver, a racist or an oppressor, I am firmly opposed to indentured servitude, just like I am firmly opposed to pseudo-legislation that wastes everybody's time and either has no purpose or serves to decorate one's resume. Therefore, I humbly request that you and your party withdraw the submission of this Commons-unworthy 'bill' and instead focus your efforts on writing up a proper amendment to perfect the law in the ORC. Your Obedient Servant, K. Amador
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