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    Fethis Morvayn
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  1. A certain beekeeper begins filing wrongful death lawsuits against those who dare murder his employees, watching them closely. In a foreign land, a certain legal scholar thinks individual races should be defined as citizens, and those not yet defined as chattel.
  2. why is there a process server in a beekeepers uniform trying to scale my fence

    1. BardMainHere

      BardMainHere

      he is there to ensure proper service of process for my conversion lawsuit

  3. 14x increase of a ban

    good me me

    me laugh

    me no good at math if 14 wrong

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  4. Fethis wonders why anyone would pay for the ransom, when the last time he showed a small bit of force the hostages were given over freely out of fear.
  5. some of these reports make me certain god is dead

  6. Fethis Morvayn tears up the missive, following his rescue of the two. He begins sending missives out to Orenians, letting them know of the safe return of Octavia within Helena, unharmed by the A.I.S. Thereafter, he oversees the treatment of the Morsgradi child, mistaken to be one of Oren. @Milenkhov@ARCHITECUS
  7. THE BATTLE OF KRASNA, 1754 An artist’s depiction of the battle A sunny day fell over the lands of the Ruberni Riverlands when Fethis Morvayn and Varan set out in search of a fight when both of them came across two Orcs demanding food from the two of them. Each side drew steel, however, before a fight could proceed, a Haeseni envoy charged from the crossroads toward the Orcs. The Orcs retreated and began running toward Helena. Fethis and Varan walked back into Rubern and began rallying men, including the great Doctor Daniel and Flemius. The two elven companions equipped pairs of magical boots obtained from their close allies within the Concordat; greatly increasing their speed. The band sallied forth, seeking out the Haeseni envoy. Not too long after sallying forth, the Haeseni were found and quickly cut down, and prisoners were captured. Amongst those captured was the Lord Regent of Haense, Tiberius. Following, the prisoners were brought back into Rubern for ransom. An artist’s depiction of the Orenian rally Ransom notes were sent out to various Orenian officials, and a rally was eventually placed together to save the Lord Regent by Sir Adrian’s retainer, Bogdan. The men of the AIS prepared for a battle; this would be the second battle within the AIS’ new resurgence. Nerves were high, and the men knew they were going to be greatly outnumbered. Nevertheless, the great commander Doctor Daniel and Fethis began to instruct the men of their plan - wait at the gate, and sally forth once the time presented itself. Eventually, the Orenian rally arrived to save their Lord Regent. The battle began, and arrows began to fly from both sides. Nothing was gained or lost for a while until the Orenian rally had retreated from the entrance of Rubern, prompting Doctor Daniel to give the order to charge. A savage battle ensued, and both sides lost nearly all of their men they’d brought for battle. However, in a miraculous turn of events, with a final push of the brave Huszar Grzegorz, the Orenian rally had been defeated. The Orenian efforts to save their Lord Regent were unsuccessful, and the Alliance of Independent States had reigned victorious another day, and likely for many to come.
  8. A CAPTURED REGENT The Regent, in his cell! A jolly duo of a Dark Elf and a Snow Elf set off from their dwellings to hit the roads, as usual. On their findings, they found a rally of Haeseni soldiers, including the Lord Regent Tiberius. Regardless, the man was captured and cast into a cell, so as precedent sets. You may come to Rubern to deliver twenty thousand minae, lest this man is slain like the rest.
  9. i’ll try this out once server comes back up – but, if it works, you are a true chad. thank you
  10. I made a bunch of black shulker boxes, and sometimes they just get rejected by the ender chest. Sometimes, they get put into the ender chest, though. https://i.imgur.com/uTpKXhu.gifv – the purple ones go in just fine https://i.imgur.com/LG9bBjF.gifv – the black ones, however, do not, maybe it’s just the dyed ones? https://i.imgur.com/YoSGTPF.gifv – tried shift clicking, doesnt work edit: sometimes taking them out doesn't work either
  11. Fethis squints, trying to read the missive with great difficulty.
  12. Fethis raises an eyebrow, wondering how the Orenians possibly lost a 350v200. Fethis hands in his gavel and robe, taking up the mantle of a soldier once more. "The Orenians should prepare for losses akin to this one." He says, chuckling.
  13. The Renelian Rule of Law As they came on this 5th day of Malin’s Welcome, 1753 CONTENTS Title I. On Torts and Delicts Title II. On Criminal Offenses Title III. On Inchoate Offenses Title IV. On Offenses to the Faith Title V. On Criminal Punishments Title I: On Torts and Delicts Article 1. When a defendant intends to cause apprehension of harmful or offensive conduct, and the act caused apprehension in the victim that harmful or offensive contact would occur, the defendant will be liable for assault. Article 2. When a defendant comes into contact with another with intent to be offensive or harmful and the contact is offensive or harmful, the defendant shall be liable for battery. Article 3. If a defendant unjustifiably acts intentionally to confine someone without their consent for any amount of time, and the victim is aware of their confinement, the defendant shall be liable for false imprisonment. Article 4. When a defendant intentionally interferes with the sole rights of the plaintiff’s property through unlawful possession of the personal property in question and causes damage to the plaintiff, the defendant shall be liable for conversion. Article 5. When a defendant intentionally gives a statement of fact with knowledge of the statement being false, an intention to deceive and the plaintiff is injured, the defendant shall be liable for fraud. Article 6. When a defendant intentionally enters a piece of land privately owned by a citizen of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, and in some way interferes with the plaintiff’s sole right to use the property, the defendant shall be liable for trespass. Article 7. When a defendant gives a statement of purported fact to a third party, whether in writing or through speech, that is false and damages the reputation of the plaintiff, the defendant shall be liable for defamation. Article 8. When a defendant intrudes upon the plaintiff’s right to privacy, and the intrusion is objectionable, the defendant shall be liable for invasion of privacy. Article 9. When a defendant releases information that is reasonably private, extremely offensive to the average person and is of no actual concern to the public, the defendant shall be liable for public disclosure of private fact. Article 10. When a defendant is found liable for a tort or delict under title I, the magistrate shall prescribe a remedy to the offense at their own discretion. Title II: On Criminal Offenses Article 1. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, willfully sets fire to any building, structure, structural aids, or vessels, shall be guilty of the crime of arson, a felony. Article 2. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, intends to cause apprehension of harmful or offensive conduct, and the act caused apprehension in the victim that harmful or offensive contact would occur, the defendant will be guilty of the crime of simple assault, a misdemeanor. Article 2.1. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, forcibly assaults, or otherwise opposes, impedes, or intimidates any person duly designated by the High Magistrate’s office shall be guilty of the crime of assault through resistance, a felony. Article 3. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, uses threat or action to reasonably place another person in fear of imminent serious bodily injury, shall be guilty of the crime of menacing, a misdemeanor. Article 4. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, unlawfully seizes, confines, or abducts any person shall be guilty of the crime of kidnapping, a felony. Article 4.1. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, kidnaps or detains and threatens to kill or injure another person in order to compel the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn to do or abstain from anything shall be guilty of the crime of hostage-taking, a capital offense. Article 5. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, induces a Mali below the age of fifty to perform sexual actions, have an immoral relationship, perform socially rejected practices shall be guilty of the crime of child abuse, a felony. Article 6. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, levies war against the Kingdom or adheres to the enemies of the Kingdom is guilty of the crime of treason, a capital offense. Article 6.1. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, conspires to overthrow, put down, or destroy the reigning government shall be guilty of the crime of sedition, a capital offense. Article 6.2. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, enlists or engages in combat against the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn shall be guilty of the crime of treason, a capital offense. Article 7. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, directly or indirectly, gives, offers, or promises anything of value to a member of the Council or the Assembly to influence any official act shall be guilty of the crime of bribery, a misdemeanor. Article 8. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, gives a statement of fact with knowledge of the statement being false, an intention to deceive and the plaintiff is injured, the defendant shall be guilty of the crime of fraud, a felony. Article 9. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, enters a piece of land reasonably known to be restricted shall be guilty of the crime of trespassing, a misdemeanor. Article 9.1. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, uses any degree of force to trespass shall be guilty of the crime of breaking and entering, a felony. Article 10. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, unlawfully kills another citizen of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn with intent to do so shall be guilty of the crime of murder, a capital offense. Article 10.1 Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, unlawfully kills another citizen of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn without intent to do so shall be guilty of the crime of manslaughter, a felony. Article 11. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, robs another of any kind of personal property shall be guilty of the crime of robbery, a felony. Article 11.1 Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, robs or defrauds the Kingdom of Renelia Gladewynn of any national property shall be guilty of the crime of robbery to the state, a capital offense. Title III: On Inchoate Offenses Article 1. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, knowingly signals intent to commit a crime shall be guilty of the crime of conspiracy, a misdemeanor. Article 2. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, intentionally incites or encourages another into committing a crime, this shall be the crime of incitement, a misdemeanor. Article 3. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, actively attempts but fails to commit a crime, the individual is guilty of attempting the crime with an equal punishment to that of the crime. Title IV: On Offenses to the Faith Article 1. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, denies the existence of Luara shall be guilty of atheism, an offense to the faith. Article 2. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, worships another god than Luara shall be guilty of heresy, an offense to the faith. Article 2.1. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, worships a spirit deemed as a ‘dark spirit’ by those within the Concordat shall be guilty of heresy, an offense to the faith. Article 3. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, practices, possesses or obtains any magic derived from a god other than Luara shall be guilty of term, an offense to the faith. Article 4. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, practices, possesses or obtains any dark magics shall be guilty of witchery, an offense to the faith. Article 5. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, intentionally converts or incites another to convert to a faith other than Kerviranism shall be guilty of proselytization, an offense to the faith. Article 6. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, intentionally defaces or vandalizes any item or symbol of religious significance to Kerviranism shall be guilty of sacrilege, an offense to the faith. Article 7. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, breeds with another of a different subrace or race shall be guilty of crossbreeding, an offense to the faith. Article 8. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, breeds with a member of their direct family shall be guilty of incest, an offense to the faith. Article 9. Whoever, within the territorial jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Renelia-Gladewynn, engages in infidelity with another than his or her marital partner shall be guilty of infidelity, an offense to the faith. Title V: On Criminal Punishments Article 1. Misdemeanors are the least severe criminal punishment. Suitable punishments involve a fine of 500 minae, removal of a hand, branding of a 1x1 inch symbol on the forehead denoting a misdemeanor, or any punishment of equal or lesser magnitude at the discretion of the presiding magistrate. Article 2. Felonies are the second most severe criminal punishment. Suitable punishments involve a fine of 2000 minae, removal of a whole arm, branding of a 5x5 inch symbol upon the face denoting a felony, death by hanging, or any punishment of equal or lesser magnitude at the discretion of the presiding magistrate. Article 3. Capital Offenses are the most severe criminal punishment only available to the High Magistrate’s Office, or a magistrate duly appointed by the High Magistrate’s office. The only suitable punishment is death in a matter decided by the High Magistrate. Article 4. Offenses to the Faith are special offenses that are to be kept secret within the confines of the Concordat and left to their discretion.
  14. oh god

     

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    1. Callum

      Callum

      Kana... welcome back 

  15. Fethis wonders why his previous missive was removed, and frowns, for he does not know.
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