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  1. I would answer more constructively, and I might do later because I have thoughts on this subject, but I’m on vacation right now. All I wanted to add was that @Mickaelhz is the good guy. That’s it for now.
  2. GODWIN GAIL, a simple farmer’s boy, glanced at the notice with interest. He had recently found himself nestled in the City of Louisanne; though now wondered if time had come to move closer to the Aaunic capital.
  3. IN SILVER RECOGNITION; re: the Golden Constitution of Haelun’or. By the hand of the Sohaer in the year 185 S.A. To elLaurir, Usamea An’asul ( @Gemini ), I will begin with your conclusion, for once the confusion, which your mind clearly holds, has been cleared, we may, in equal knowledge, argue the laws themselves. i. On Constitutionality You deduce that“the current constitution issued by elHeial'thilln is unconstitutional.“ You discuss a constitution which does not exist; this is your error most clear. You argue laws, and laws exclusively, for a state should have laws which serves as a vade mecum of legal rights. I, alongside elHeial’thilln, have created a set of laws, dubbed, in accordance with history, ‘The Silver Law’, though they are no more beyond that. They have never been deemed, nor intended, to be a constitution; where this idea comes from escapes me. If it is your desire to discuss an actual constitution, we must look unto history to find its existence. Last time any constitution was mentioned in decree, related to the state, was in the missive created by Eledar Haler’thilln, named ‘To the Promised Uradiran Era’, though I have been unable to locate any actual constitution released by the Sohaer Uradir. If you would then argue that any constitution signed under the Uradiran Era, and then upheld throughout the Sythaerin Era, which could be seen as an unconstitutional rule in its own right, would be invalid, I’d be inclined to agree with your stance. You will find the last recorded constitution of the state, named ‘The Blessed Silver Constitution’ and signed on the 9th of the Amber Cold in the year 132 S.A., which is a constitution that seems to have been removed from visual archives, for which reasons I am uncertain, though its intention aligns with the laws signed by elHeial’thilln, quod vide. As far as can recall, and witness through historical records, this constitution was signed beneath the Sohaeral rule of Luthien Maeyr’onn, who’s reign I am currently uneducated on. If you would then argue that this constitution is unconstitutional, due to the rule of Sohaer Maeyr’onn, which came after the Iberallan Rebellion, I’d have no counterargument, and therefore, I continued to examine earlier works. We would then fall to the next historical constitution, named ‘The Reformed Silver Constitution of Haelun’or’ and signed on the 10th of the Grand Harvest in the year 70 S.A, which has coequally been dismissed from visual archive, though I’d assume due to the creation of the above mentioned, though as above, this constitution – and seemingly the last valid constitution – echo the words of our own law; the one which you have called to question. As above, the rule of the Sohaer under which the Reformed Constitution was signed, could be called into question due to its closeness to the events of Iberallan Rebellion, and therefore, we continue to delve further back into history. Any works before the above mentioned constitution would be ‘The Iberallan Constitution’ signed on the 9th of the Snow’s Maiden in the year 90 S.A., which then turned into the Iberallan Rebellion, and I believe needs no reason for its active and continuous dismissal by the state as a whole. We’d then encounter ‘The Elervathar Constitution’ signed on the 22nd of the Grand Harvest in the year 67 S.A., which was, contradictory to the above mentioned constitution, actively dismissed by the elHeial’thilln, amongst them yourself, in the missive named ‘To Denounce a Constitution’, which then afterwards elected to install the Okarir’mali Ayliana Valwynn as Sohaer of the Silver State, leading to the Iberallan Rebellion. It could be argued, with reason found in the historical events of the Iberallen Rebellion, that the denouncement of the Elervathar Constitution is unsound, though I recognize the influence which the council had, and its sentiment at large, which is why, despite the historical events around the dismissal of the constitution, I’d be inclined to dismiss it as well. Then, after much research, we land on ‘The Silver Constitution of Haelun’or’ as signed on the 11th of Malin’s Welcome in the year 58 S.A., and shockingly its scripture is the exact same as the Blessed Silver Constitution, quod vide, which, as mentioned, echoes the sentiment of our recently signed laws. I would argue, due to the way in which the constitution is written, it allows for the state to develop its laws in more specific terms than done in the constitution. Should a law be in contradiction to the constitution itself, then they should be dismissed, though I fail to see in which areas our laws disobey the last instituted constitution of the state. If you have closer examination on the reasons in which the laws are against the last upheld constitution, then I’d be delighted to look into the idea of amendments to those laws, though without much more evidence, such seems unfeasible to do. I am not, nor have ever been, against the idea of the creation of a newer, more accurate, constitution, though as mentioned earlier, such should be carefully worked through, and then voted on by the people, rather than simply me and my council. We will work, at your behest, on a new constitution, which’ll be released for the people to vote on, when deemed finished. ii. On Book I ‘Of the Indisputable Laws’, Chap. 1 ‘Of the Obvious Laws’, Article 9 on illicit substances. You are correct in that alcohol will affect the mind, therein the thoughts of the mind, and thereby, if taken alone by the wording of article 9, though one must, as is the legal method, factor into the interpretation of the law, the intention behind them. It is clear, if you ask me, that the intention of article 9 is to ensure that the Blessed Citizen are unable to devolve in substances which infer a direct hindrance on the mind of the individual, therein that the Blessed Citizens should be unable to harm the mind beyond that which is socially accepted. Whereas, as you clearly display, it could be argued that alcohol takes a hold on the mind, the effects of alcohol is much lesser than that of other substances known across the realm, and the clear intention of the law is to ensure these harsher substances remain away from the hands of the Blessed Citizens. Should there, by collective argument of the people, be a desire to ban alcohol as a whole, as to ensure the minor effects of alcohol on the mind is kept from the Blessed Citizen, then this could be amended, though it is clear to me that this is not the intention of the law. Furthermore, should it be argued that the wording of the article is unsuitable, the use of illicit remains vital. Illicit is yet to be defined, as we believe the system of justice alone should define that, and therefore alcohol, which is presently deemed licit, would not be included underneath the article alone by the use of the word illicit. iii. On Book III ‘Of Citizenship and Residency’, Chap. 1 ‘Of the Organisation and Obtainment of Citizenship’, Article 5 on the oath of allegiance. You mention that this law “mandates that all citizens, both old and new, must recite the State of Allegiance, pledging their loyalty to the Sohaer.” Though nowhere in the law does it mention the need for old citizens to recite the oath. It is mentioned throughout Chap. 1, that on obtaining citizenship, the citizen must recite the oath. You already have it. Despite such, we largely agree with your argument, and will amend the law, so that it reflects the modern standards of Haelun’or more accurately. This’ll include amendment of the oath. iv. On Book IV ‘Of Trials and Punishment’, Chap. 1 ‘Of the Silver Tribunal’, Article 3 on the summoning of elHeial’thilln and elMalauriran & Article 4 on the election of Pariran. On Article 3 on the summoning of elHeial’thilln and elMalauriran. You deduce the summons of elMalauriran is criminal, though you seem to have misunderstood the reasons for the law’s existence, and I’d like to clarify. You are within a chapter on summons to trial. These articles relate to that, and that alone. Whereas elMalauriran is culturally above anyone else but elMaheral, they are still citizens of the Silver State, and as such remains liable to trial within the Silver State. Article 3 is created as a safety measure, so that no Malaurir, due to the status which you argue they have, is summoned by anyone beneath the level of Sohaer in a criminal trial, to which the chapter of your concern relates. It does not, as I believe you have somehow deduced, relate to the duties of elMalauriran, nor the ability for elMalaurir to meet, or dismiss elMaheral. It is singularly in relation to criminal justice – when they have broken the law. On Article 4 on the summoning of elHeial’thilln and elMalauriran. Once more, you argue on the basis of cultural influence, yet you discuss a chapter of political relevance. Book IV is about trials and punishment. Criminal causes and criminal breaches. elOkariran was placed above elMalauriran in the order of selection, as the duty of elOkariran related more closely to the needs of the Pariran in criminal issues. elMalauriran remains higher than the standard citizen due to the influence on the culture, though this does not relate to the culture nor the influence elMalauriran has on the subject of culture. Presently, it is discussed within elHeial’thilln, if another court should be established, headed by elMaheral and elMalauriran, to judge on social issues, which is what the duties of elMalaurir entails. If you declare that elMalauriran is more equipped to judge people on issues of criminal relevance than elOkariran, then I must disagree. Lastly, elHeial’laurir does not exist, and was abolished before my rule. This is equally in discussion of reestablishment, though due to the lack of actual bloodlines present in Haelun’or, has been delayed as of right now. v. On Book V ‘Of Authority and Succession’, Chap. 1 ‘Of the Instrument and Authority of Government’, Article 1 on the Sohaer. Here you fail to understand common sense. State is defined as a nation or territory considered as an organized political community under one government. I, the Sohaer, is the highest authority of the Silver State of Haelun’or; a nation or territory considered as an organized political community under one government. I am unable to rule on the role of the Maheral, and therefore the Maheral is simply defined in the laws, as the Maheral dictates its own role. I would be, in your words, unconstitutional, if I dictated the authority of the Maheral, and therefore I have not. On the subject of Sohaeral removal, you fail to read. Refer to chapter 2, article 4 of the same book. Whereas the removal of the Sohaer is less simple than it has been before, these measures ensure a fluid and consistent leadership of the Silver State, without removing any provisions which might aid in the removal of the Sohaer. MAEHR’SAE HIYLUN’EHYA
  4. THE SILVER LAW By the hand of the Sohaer in the year 184 S.A. CONTENTS BOOK I – Of the Indisputable Laws CHAPTER 1 – Of the Obvious Laws CHAPTER 2 – Of the Dichotomy of Lewdness BOOK II – Of Magicks and Sorceries CHAPTER 1 – Of the Utilisation of Maigcks CHAPTER 2 – Of Voidal Prohibitions BOOK III – Of Citizenship and Residency CHAPTER 1 – Of the Organisation and Obtainment of Citizenship CHAPTER 2 – Of the Privileges of Citizenship BOOK IV – Of Trials and Punishment CHAPTER 1 – Of the Silver Tribunal CHAPTER 2 – Of Tiers of Punishments BOOK V – Of Authority and Succession CHAPTER 1 – Of the Instrument and Authority of Government CHAPTER 2 – Of the Succession and Commission of Government BOOK I – OF THE INDISPUTABLE LAWS CHAPTER 1 – Of the Obvious Laws ARTICLE 1. The Blessed Citizens of Haelun'or will not tolerate unsanctioned violence. ARTICLE 2. The Blessed Citizens of Haelun'or will not tolerate theft. ARTICLE 3. The Blessed Citizens of Haelun'or will not tolerate the meanderings of unscrupulous wanderers. ARTICLE 4. The Blessed Citizens of Haelun'or will not tolerate the purposeful tarnishment of purity. ARTICLE 5. The Blessed Citizens of Haelun'or will not tolerate the disgraceful and irrational destruction of written thought. ARTICLE 6. The Blessed Citizens of Haelun'or will not tolerate purposeful mutilation of oneself. ARTICLE 7. The Blessed Citizens of Haelun'or will not tolerate garments which obscures one’s identity. ARTICLE 8. The Blessed Citizens of Haelun'or will not tolerate slanderous public speech by untempered tongues toward invited visitors, allies or the State. ARTICLE 9. The Blessed Citizens of Haelun'or will not tolerate the utilisation of illicit substances that may hinder one’s thoughts. CHAPTER 2 – Of the Dichotomy of Lewdness ARTICLE 1. The Blessed Citizens of Haelun'or shall not participate in physical fraternisation outside of marriage. ARTICLE 2. The Blessed Citizens of Haelun'or shall not participate in fraternisation with an oem’ii; an oem’ii being any mali less than fifty years of age. ARTICLE 3. The Blessed Citizens of Haelun'or shall not participate in public fraternisation of an overly intimate nature. ARTICLE 4. The Blessed Citizens of Haelun'or shall not participate in fraternisation of any intimate sort with mali’ata or other races. ARTICLE 6. The Blessed Citizens of Haelun'or shall not participate in incestuous fraternisation of any kind. BOOK II – OF MAGICKS AND SORCERIES CHAPTER 1 – Of the Utilisation of Magicks ARTICLE 1. The use and support of Dark magick is strictly prohibited within the State. i. Dark magic includes, but is not limited to: [ A ]: The accursed art of necromancy. [ B ]: The ill-omened art of blood magick. [ C ]: The damned art of infernal magick. [ D ]: The wretched art of ghostly magick. ii. This prohibition extends to creatures affiliated with Dark magick, encompassing but not limited to: [ A ]: The wicked darkstalkers. [ B ]: The bewitched frost witches. [ C ]: The enthralled Pale lords and knights. [ D ]: The damned children of demons. ARTICLE 2. The utilisation of the following magicks is permissible, contingent upon the user obtaining a warrant from the Okarir’maehr or Sohaer: [ A ]: The natural art of druidism. [ B ]: The ritualistic art of shamanism. ARTICLE 3. The utilisation of the following magicks is permissible, provided that such practices do not inflict harm upon the Blessed Citizens and their distinguished guests: [ A ]: The noble art of voidal magick. [ B ]: The martial art of kani. [ C ]: The minor art of bardmancy. [ D ]: The minor art of housemagery. CHAPTER 2 – Of Voidal Prohibitions ARTICLE 1. The creation of voidal tears within the State is categorically prohibited due to their inherently unstable and chaotic nature. Exceptions shall only be considered upon unanimous agreement from the Okarir’tayna and Sohaer. ARTICLE 2. The establishment of a voidal obelisk within one's domicile is expressly forbidden. Exceptions shall only be considered upon unanimous agreement from the Okarir’tayna and Sohaer. BOOK III – OF CITIZENSHIP AND RESIDENCY CHAPTER 1 – Of the Organisation and Obtainment of Citizenship ARTICLE 1. The citizenship of the Silver State of Haelun'or consists of three classes: [ A ]: Third-class Citizen. [ B ]: Second-class Citizen. [ C ]: First-class Citizen. ARTICLE 2. The approval of the Third-class Citizen is decided by the Okarir’lin on the following premises: [ A ]: Proven absence of mixed blood. [ B ]: Proven adherent of maehr’sae hiylun’ehya. [ C ]: Elementary understanding of the Elven tongue. [ D ]: Submission of a tome to the Eternal Library or enlistment in the Sillumir. [ E ]: Publically recited the Oath of Allegiance before an Okarir or the Sohaer. ARTICLE 3. The approval of the Second-class Citizen is decided by the Okarir’lin on the following premises: [ A ]: Proven solely of High Elf blood. [ B ]: Elementary understanding of the Elven tongue. [ C ]: Submission of a tome to the Eternal Library or enlistment in the Sillumir. [ D ]: Publically recited the Oath of Allegiance before an Okarir or the Sohaer. ARTICLE 4. The approval of the First-class Citizen is decided by the Okarir’lin on the following premises: [ A ]: Proven solely of High Elf blood. [ B ]: Proven adherent of maehr’sae hiylun’ehya. [ C ]: Elementary understanding of the Elven tongue. [ D ]: Submission of a tome to the Eternal Library or enlistment in the Sillumir. [ E ]: Publically recited the Oath of Allegiance before an Okarir or the Sohaer. ARTICLE 5. The mandatory Oath of Allegiance is as follows: “I solemnly swear this sacred oath: to render unconditional allegiance to [Sohaer’s Full Name], Sohaer of the Silver State of Haelun'or and Chief Commander of the Sillumir, and in my honourable duty as a citizen of the State, I pledge unwavering obedience unto death.” ARTICLE 6. First-class Citizenship is inherently bestowed upon individuals born within a lawful union of two First-class Citizens. ARTICLE 7. The Sohaer reserves the authority to revoke citizenship through official decree. CHAPTER 2 – Of the Privileges of Citizenship ARTICLE 1. All Blessed Citizens are entitled to a prompt and lawful trial. ARTICLE 2. All Blessed Citizens are entitled to medical service and protection. ARTICLE 3. All Blessed Citizens are entitled to residency in accordance with their level of citizenship and income. ARTICLE 4. All Blessed Citizens are eligible to operate a business within the market district. ARTICLE 5. All Blessed Citizens are eligible to serve as a Tilruir. ARTICLE 6. The First-class Citizen enjoys additional privileges in the Silver State of Haelun'or, namely: [ A ]: Eligibility to marry a First-class Citizen. [ B ]: Eligibility to serve as a judge, Parir’tir. [ C ]: Eligibility to serve on the Silver Council, elHeial’thilln. [ D ]: Eligibility to present issues before the Silver Council, elHeial’thilln. BOOK IV – OF TRIALS AND PUNISHMENT CHAPTER 1 – Of the Silver Tribunal ARTICLE 1. All citizens have the right to be tried before the Silver Tribunal, as determined by Book III, chapter 2, article 1 of this codex. ARTICLE 2. The Sohaer or the Okarir’sil may summon the Silver Tribunal. ARTICLE 3. Members of elHeial’thilln or elMalauriran may only be summoned by the Sohaer. ARTICLE 4. The Silver Tribunal shall consist of elPariran. i. For summons in accordance with Book IV, chapter 2, article 1, a singular Parir’tir shall preside. ii. For summons in accordance with Book IV, chapter 2, article 2, two Parir’tir shall preside. iii. For summons in accordance with Book IV, chapter 2, article 3, three Parir’tir shall preside. iv. Judges, the Parir’tir, are chosen based on social hierarchy and authority, namely: [ A ]: elOkariran. [ B ]: elMalauriran. [ C ]: First-class Citizens. ARTICLE 5. The Pariran may run the case as they see fit. ARTICLE 6. The Sohaer may, extraordinarily, call for a Tribunal of the People rather than the Pariran, in which the determination of guilt shall be voted on by the people through simple majority. i. Should the accused be determined guilty by the people, it shall be the duty of the Pariran presiding the Tribunal to issue a sentence accordingly. ARTICLE 7. Should the accused fail to present themselves before the Silver Tribunal, they shall be deemed guilty and a sentence shall be issued by the Pariran. CHAPTER 2 – Of the Tiers of Punishments ARTICLE 1. For minor infractions and crimes against order, the punishment shall be: [ A ]: Mandated cultural classes. [ B ]: Mandated civil service. [ C ]: Fines. ARTICLE 2. For continual or severe violations of Book I or Book II, the punishment shall, in addition to those specified in Article 1 of this Book, include: [ A ]: Stripping of property. [ B ]: Annulment of marriage. [ C ]: The Path to Purity. [ D ]: Corporal punishment. [ E ]: Penal labour or transportation. ARTICLE 3. For the most heinous crimes, where there is no reason to believe the guilty may ever reform, the punishment shall be death. BOOK V – OF AUTHORITY AND SUCCESSION CHAPTER 1 – Of the Instrument and Authority of Government ARTICLE 1. The Sohaer is the highest authority of the Silver State of Haelun'or. ARTICLE 2. The decisions and decrees of the Sohaer hold binding authority throughout the entirety of the Silver State of Haelun'or. ARTICLE 3. The Sohaer: [ A ]: Governs as the head of state of the Silver State of Haelun'or. [ B ]: Rules as the Chief Commander of the Sillumir. [ C ]: Oversees the administration of the Silver Council, elHeial’thilln. [ D ]: Coordinates and directs the diplomatic and military endeavours of the Silver State of Haelun'or. [ E ]: Coordinates and directs the Vassals of the Silver State of Haelun’or. [ F ]: Ratifies treaties. ARTICLE 4. The Maheral: [ A ]: Serves as the spiritual guide of the High Elves, entrusted with the preservation of Larihei’s heritage and knowledge. [ B ]: Conducts inaugurations, weddings, and state funerals on behalf of the Silver State of Haelun'or. [ C ]: Maintains an apolitical stance and is thereby precluded from involvement in administrative, legislative, or executive matters of the Silver State of Haelun'or. ARTICLE 4. The Silver Council, elHeial’thilln, is the legislative and executive body of the Silver State of Haelun'or. ARTICLE 5. The decisions and decrees of the Silver Council, elHeial’thilln, hold binding authority throughout the entirety of the Silver State of Haelun'or, unless overridden by a decision or decree of the Sohaer. ARTICLE 6. The Silver Council, elHeial’thilln, consists of seven members, namely: [ A ]: Elensir, the Chief Counselor. [ B ]: Okarir’sil, the Master of Warfare. [ C ]: Okarir’san, the Master of Diplomacy. [ D ]: Okarir’akaln, the Master of Coin. [ E ]: Okarir’lin, the Master of Residency. [ F ]: Okarir’maehr, the Master of Knowledge. [ G ]: Okarir’tayna, the Master of Magick. ARTICLE 6. The Okarir: [ A ]: Adhere to their individual obligations as outlined in accordance with the Edict of Cirith. [ B ]: Assists the Sohaer in the overall maintenance and management of the Silver State of Haelun'or, including projects, laws, and institutions within their designated area of responsibility. [ C ]: Implements measures to execute plans in accordance with the ambitions and objectives of the Sohaer. [ D ]: Establishes new organisations, bodies, and institutions to bolster the social and economic fabric of the Silver State of Haelun'or. [ E ]: Issues new laws and advisories to uphold public order and safeguard the interests of the Silver State of Haelun'or, rooted in the principle of maehr’sae hiylun’ehya. [ F ]: Provides guidance as needed to ensure the public’s adherence to maehr’sae hiylun’ehya. [ G ]: Commission Tilruiran to assist them in their duties. CHAPTER 2 – Of the Succession and Commission of Government ARTICLE 1. The commission and dismissal of any government official in the Silver State of Haelun'or shall be meticulously recorded in the archives of the Eternal Library. ARTICLE 2. The declaration of the Sohaeral successor shall be made either by missive, speech, or through a signed and sealed testament. ARTICLE 3. Upon the passing or abdication of the Sohaer, the Sohaeral successor shall ascend as head of state. ARTICLE 4. The currently seated Sohaer may be challenged by election. i. Elections can only be called by ‘thill which: [ A ]: Have actively lived within the elCihi’thilln for eight consecutive years. [ B ]: Have actively and promptly paid taxes within elCihi’thilln for eight consecutive years. [ C ]: Have actively aided in the advance of Haelunorian society. [ D ]: Have recently been deemed pure by a member of the Silver Council, elHeial’thilln. ii. Citizens may only vote in elections if they: [ A ]: Meet the standard of a First-class Citizen. [ A ]: Have actively lived within the elCihi’thilln for four consecutive years. [ B ]: Have actively and promptly paid taxes within elCihi’thilln for eight consecutive years. [ C ]: Have recently been deemed pure by a member of the Silver Council, elHeial’thilln. iii. Vassals of the Silver State, including its members, are ineligible to participate in elections. ARTICLE 5. The commission and removal of the members of the Silver Council, elHeial’thilln, is within the complete authority of the Sohaer. ARTICLE 6. Exclusively First-class Citizens may sit on the Silver Council, elHeial’thilln. ARTICLE 7. The Maheral shall designate their successor either by missive, speech, or through a signed and sealed testament. ARTICLE 8. The Maheral may be removed through a majority decision by a Council of Malaruiran. ARTICLE 9. In the event of the Maheral being incapacitated or lacking a signed and sealed testament, a Council of Malauriran shall convene to select a new Maheral. MAEHR’SAE HIYLUN’EHYA
  5. NOTICE OF EXPULSION OF THE CITY-STATE OF KAETHUL As issued by the hand of the Sohaer in the year 184 S.A. @Ewdrawings To the Blessed Citizenry and all other Our subjects whatsoever to whom these Conveyances are directed; Ai. Know ye that We of Our distinctive benevolence, certain erudition and mere motion do by these Conveyances promulgate and institute through these proclamations the expulsion of the City-State of Kaethul and its jurisdiction. ARTICLE 1. The City-State of Kaethul shall be removed from the lands of Haelun’or. ARTICLE 2. Any accords signed between the City-State of Kaethul and the Silver State of Haelun’or shall be nullified. ARTICLE 3. Any citizen of Kaethul shall lose their citizenship to the Silver State. i. Citizens of the City-State of Kaethul may contact the Okarir’lin for renewed citizenship. MAEHR’SAE HIYLUN’EHYA
  6. NOTICE OF EXPULSION OF THE DOMINION OF CAELIA As issued by the hand of the Sohaer in the year 184 S.A. @TheShinyHodzic To the Blessed Citizenry and all other Our subjects whatsoever to whom these Conveyances are directed; Ai. Know ye that We of Our distinctive benevolence, certain erudition and mere motion do by these Conveyances promulgate and institute through these proclamations the expulsion of the Dominion of Caelia and its jurisdiction. ARTICLE 1. The Dominion of Caelia shall be removed from the lands of Haelun’or. ARTICLE 2. The Silver-Caelian Accord shall be nullified. ARTICLE 3. Any citizen of Caelia shall lose their honorary citizenship to the Silver State. MAEHR’SAE HIYLUN’EHYA
  7. SUMMONS OF THE CONFEDERATE COUNCIL By the hand of the Sohaer in the year 184 S.A. In accordance with Our solemn duty and inherent rights, We hereby formally summon the esteemed members of the Confederate Council and its distinguished Councillors to convene before Us. This assembly is called to address and deliberate upon matters of longstanding importance. These issues, which have awaited Our attention, must be thoroughly discussed and subjected to the collective wisdom of this council. We shall engage in thoughtful discourse and cast Our votes to reach resolutions that will usher Our future actions. We shall assemble in the Silver Citadel of Tahn’miar, Capital of the Silver State, on the [9th of June] around 6 o’clock [EST]. Should the esteemed Councillors of the Confederation deem this time unviable, the assembly may be moved in accordance therewith. Your presence and participation are crucial to the success of this convening, and We trust that you will make every effort to attend. ISSUED TO… The Rex of the Rexdom-Lurak ( @thequeennadine), and any subsequent vassals. The Emperor-King of Dunfarthing ( @HiddenAdmin ), and any subsequent vassals. The Queen of Vikela ( @JTMedea ), and any subsequent vassals. MAEHR’SAE HIYLUN’EHYA
  8. THE ARGENT ACCORD As ratified by the Silver State of Haelun’or & the Crown of Amathine in the year 183 S.A. DEFINITIONS. THE SIGNATORIES shall henceforth signify the Silver State of Haelun’or and the Crown of Amathine. HEAD OF STATE shall henceforth signify either the Sohaer of Haelun’or or the High Princess of Amathine. I. THE SIGNATORIES acknowledge the sovereignty of each other and their respective states. II. THE SIGNATORIES acknowledge all terms herein mentioned and pledge to uphold them in accordance therewith. III. THE SIGNATORIES shall mutually agree to a period of non-aggression for the duration of this document. IV. THE SIGNATORIES shall permit each other to establish a tax-exempt stall within their respective states, to be operated and managed by the states themselves. V. THIS CONCORD shall remain in effect for a duration of 12 years, unless any of the previously mentioned terms are breached, or in the event of a new head of state. SIGNED BY THE HAND OF, Sohaer of the Silver State of Haelun’or, Chief Commander of elSillumir & Iônadar an Naedwylm SIGNED, el’malaurir Idril Sylvaeri High Princess of Amathine Taliyna el’Tennallar’leh, Warden of the Wild, Shepherd of the Elder Blood “Uell ito Maruthiran”
  9. NOTICE OF RE-RATIFICATION As issued by the Silver State of Haelun’or in the year 182 S.A. I. IN ACCORDANCE WITH Article VIII of this treaty, the terms of its contents concluded with the ascension of a new head of state. Therefore, it is nullified by the hand of Sohaer Sythaerin. II. IT IS THE DESIRE of Sohaer an Naedwylm to continue the terms of this treaty and seek to see it upheld for the remainder of its duration. Therefore, it is ratified by the hand of Sohaer an Naedwylm. III. SHOULD THERE BE ANY ISSUES taken with the above by the leader of the signatory ( @Pancho ), they are asked to contact the recently ascended Sohaer of Haelun’or. SIGNED BY THE HAND OF, Sohaer of the Silver State of Haelun’or, Chief Commander of elSillumir & Iônadar an Naedwylm
  10. A certain an Naedwylm sat in his new office chair, glancing over the mountains of paperwork, though a smile on his face. Ready to move towards newer times as Sohaer. He lifted a glass of whiskey then, saluting, as he looked forward to the revelries; a celebration much needed. “TO SILVER ASCENDANCY.” - “MAEHR’SAE HIYLUN’EHYA.”
  11. NOTICE OF RE-RATIFICATION As issued by the Silver State of Haelun’or in the year 182 S.A. I. IN ACCORDANCE WITH Article VI, section I, of this treaty, the terms of its contents concluded with the ascension of a new head of state. Therefore, it is nullified by the hand of Sohaer Sythaerin. II. IT IS THE DESIRE of Sohaer an Naedwylm to continue the terms of this treaty and seek to see it upheld for the remainder of its duration. Therefore, it is ratified by the hand of Sohaer an Naedwylm. III. SHOULD THERE BE ANY ISSUES taken with the above by the head of state of the signatory ( @Bethinwonderland ), they are asked to contact the recently ascended Sohaer of Haelun’or. SIGNED BY THE HAND OF, Sohaer of the Silver State of Haelun’or, Chief Commander of elSillumir & Iônadar an Naedwylm
  12. NOTICE OF RE-RATIFICATION As issued by the Silver State of Haelun’or in the year 182 S.A. I. IN ACCORDANCE WITH Article VII of this treaty, the terms of its contents concluded with the ascension of a new head of state. Therefore, it is nullified by the hand of Sohaer Sythaerin. II. IT IS THE DESIRE of Sohaer an Naedwylm to continue the terms of this treaty and seek to see it upheld for the remainder of its duration. Therefore, it is ratified by the hand of Sohaer an Naedwylm. III. SHOULD THERE BE ANY ISSUES taken with the above by the head of state of the signatory ( @HIGH_FIRE ), they are asked to contact the recently ascended Sohaer of Haelun’or. SIGNED BY THE HAND OF, Sohaer of the Silver State of Haelun’or, Chief Commander of elSillumir & Iônadar an Naedwylm
  13. THE EDICT OF THAIN By the hand of the Sohaer in the year 182 S.A. To the Blessed Citizenry and all other Our subjects whatsoever to whom these Conveyances are directed; Ai. Know ye that We of Our distinctive benevolence, certain erudition and mere motion do by these Conveyances promulgate and institute through these proclamations Our Sohaeral ascension. Our former Sohaer recognized Haelun’ors critical place in history and endeavored to revitalize its institutions and life. However, as often happens, the demands of life caught up with her, leading to her own decline, which We also observed. Thus, in her wisdom, she chose to relinquish her Sohaeral duties, allowing the Motherland to progress and flourish anew. We are, and have been, acutely aware of the state of Our nation and are deeply saddened by it. As our former Sohaer aimed to do, so shall We. Life returned to our city and our nation shall be a mission to which We are dedicated, and We shall falter only on the day of Our deathbed. THUS WE DECREE THAT… I. ASHWYN SYTHAERIN has resigned from the esteemed seat of Sohaer of Haelun’or. II. CALATHÂN AN NAEDWYLM is elevated to the esteemed seat of Sohaer of Haelun’or. MAEHR’SAE HIYLUN’EHYA
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