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  1. Eirik Baruch reads over the transcript and after short deliberation to himself he begins to write yet another missive to Terrence May. Mr. President, @Piov “After taking the time to read over the transcript, I’ve come to the conclusion to vote against the confirmation. No being no matter their race, gender or creed should be confirmed to any justice court of man solely because of the fact they have no comprehension of the simple five infractions of Imperial Law. I cast my vote in stiff opposition to Mister Elverhilin being confirmed to the Western Circuit Court simply because of this point.”
  2. Eirik Baruch writes out a small missive to Terrence May which would read his casted votes To Mr. President, @Piov ”I wish to formally apologize my hapless absence at today’s honorable Senate session, I made my return to Valwyck late last night and my arrival to the Imperial city took longer than I initially planned. Despite my absent seat today I seek to vote on the bills presented today: >On the amended form of ‘Worker’s Right’s Guild’, I strongly vote in favor of this bill passing. >On the ‘Napier-Ruthledge Bill’, I staunchly vote in full favor of this bill passing”
  3. THE KORTREVICHBOWL 9th of Wzuvar and Byvca, 303 ES | 9th of Horen’s Calling, 1750 “A bull doesn't concern himself with the opinions of cattle like yourself, Rodrik.” ~Ser Nikolaus Kortrevich 9th OF WZUVAR AND BYVCA, 303 ES The solemn day proceeded from the morning sunrise as the banners above Fort Korstadt glistening in the sky. The hoofs of horsemen were increasingly audible as a dozen or so men arrived near the path where the entrance of Old Reza was situated. The murmuring of these arrivals was heard from within the walls as the Kortrevich family awoke to the commotion that stood outside. Rodrik and his company of knights made their long travels to Fort Korstadt, the seat of House Kortrevich where they had been greeted with a heavily armed fortress manned by the valiant brothers of the Brotherhood of Saint Karl. Upon their arrival, word soon made way to Nikolaus and his family as they had exited their rooms and made way to peer over the top of the walls. A few words were shared between the two parties. After coming to the conclusion what must be done. “Is it really him?” one of the footmen asked, looking to Ser Nikolaus who rushed out to look for himself. As the elder knight stepped out, he looked over the fort crenellations. Beyond the waving banner was the man who had betrayed his oath over thirty years ago. Ser Nikolaus remained stoic, studying his cousin. He did not believe it for himself initially, placing himself into doubt. “What shall we do? I will ring the bells and alert the Brotherhood.” a footman responded before trudging off back to Reza. Without seemingly listening to anything else around him, the Knight Paramount kept his gaze fixated at Rodrik. “Papej, I will face him with you.” Primrose spoke up. Nikolaus then turned to her, shaking his head, “No Prim, this fight is something I must do alone.” To Primrose discontent, she quickly realized the valor of knighthood, the calling she had accepted and heeded her father’s words. As soon as he spoke, Ser Nikolaus went back into the fort and donned his helmet and cloak. Before departing outside, the elderly knight paused to recollect himself. He recalled his humble beginnings in Markev, the city of his youth and the experiences that would shape his life. His family and kingdom were insurmountable priorities, the dearest of things he would fight to his grave. The War of the Two Emperors made irrevocable damage to these two things, rendering a different man. Ser Nikolaus spoke little and remain vigilant, and his years of service amounted to the greatest calling he earned in the service of his kingdom and for the glorification of his family: Knight Paramount. Now he emerged from the doors of the keep, slowing trudging down as the weight of the armor he wore for life became noticeably denser to his aging constitution. As Ser Nikolaus walked toward the gate, he stood motionless, peering through the openings of his helmet. His gaze was unwavering as he studied this man who claimed to be his cousin, Rodrik. It was not until Rodrik spoke, his voice having an emanating and memorable tone to the elder Knight Paramount’s ears. “Cousin, I have come home…” Rodrik stated with a small grin on his face. “You have put up quite the welcome party for our family reunion. How flattering.” The disgraced knight then dismounted his horse and beckoned his retinue to stand back. This fight would be personal. As soon as Rodrik brandished his sword, Ser Nikolaus immediately recognized the man he had sought to take down his entire life. Ser Nikolaus then looked up to Primrose and nodded, “Open the gate, Prim.” His daughter looked hesitant, crying out, “Papej! I will fight him with you!” The Knight Paramount remained still, hurt by the grief in his daughter’s tone. He, however, declined her want and without having raised his voice in much time, he yelled in response, “DO AS I COMMAND!” Ser Nikolaus spoke authoritatively, speaking to Primrose not as her father but as the Knight Paramount responding to his duty. Together, Primrose and Emaline said very little after their father’s interjection but muttered a prayer for their father aloud just enough to where he could hear: “Godan, guide him and strengthen his body and soul. O saints above, hark! Let not my petition go without divine attention. Render justice on the wicked and let the righteous be free. Godan above, uplift the valiant and slay the oathbreaker. Defend us in battle, O saints above…” His family, namely his two daughters; Primrose and Emaline pleaded for their father to remain safely behind the towering walls but despite their unwavering interest in keeping their father safe it was long decided well before Rodrik’s arrival what was to take place when Rodrik made his way to Haense. Ser Nikolaus descended to the drawbridge below, wielding his longsword as his black and gold cloak wavered about behind him. His decorated armor plate glistened in the open field, a set he had donned his entire life. From the moment of his knighthood to what would be his last time in battle, the elder knight stood face to face with his lost cousin. Brief words were shared between the two cousins and shortly after the conversation concluded, Nikolaus took off his gauntlet and removed his wedding ring and took out three missives before passing them all off to a member of the brotherhood that descended from the walls. The footman brought it to Primrose, his eldest daughter to keep ahold of no matter the outcome and give to the appropriately addressed people if his death was to be had. Both men prepared for a fight that would end in their demise. The fight ensued and through many clashes of both blades, the fight concluded abruptly after some substantiated amount of time. Both aging men, who were past their primes, pierced through each other’s armor both at the same time in similar locations, inflicting damage to their bodies. The damage was fatal. Their eyes remained still as the consciousness of their bodies began to fade slowly. Many aching screams could be heard by both Nikolaus and Rodrik, but ultimately the first who collapsed was Rodrik as he tumbled down to the drawbridge where their fight began. Soon thereafter, Nikolaus was brought to his knees before bringing his blade onto Rodrik one last time as he let out an aching sigh. Rodrik’s party of men who he traveled north with, watched the fight take place as they cheered for the man they hoped would reign victorious as he did oh so many years ago but they quickly stood in mournful silence in witnessing what transpired before them. The men and women that stood up atop of the walls also cheered for the renowned swordsman that was Ser Nikolaus but later stood in absolute silence after the revelation was made clear to all that were present. Cries for help were made by those of the Kortrevich household before the entire Brotherhood rally of men sallied out of the main gate to alert Rodrik’s company to retreat back to their lands away from the fray. All that laid on the drawbridge outside the fortress was the two lifeless bodies of Rodrik and Nikolaus where both of their swords would lay. Rodrik’s greatsword – ‘Kortrevich’s Vow’ & Nikolaus’ longsword. . . . THE MISSIVE READS: Your Majesty @AndrewTech “Young Andrik, from the earliest dawn where both my cousin Otto and I enlisted apart of the 1st Order of the Brotherhood of Saint Karl decades ago to the time where I was the young age of eighteen our family have stayed loyal to our liege lords and ever resilient to each troubling circumstances that faced the wide kingdom, my family and I have served under this kingdom since the reign of your great grandfather King Robert I who welcomed our extensive family with open arms and established us to the standing we are present day. I write to you to impart my final sentiments to you and wish you good fortune for your long reign as you will be the fourth king that I will have served under by the time this missive reaches you. I ask for you to elevate Ser Tiberius Barrow to that of Paramount Knight following my passing as he is well-experienced in the line of command and seeks to establish the elite cavalry group that is the Golden Hussars to ensure the King’s defense. I seek also for you to elevate Ser Aedan Capulei to the Marian Retinue and I leave you to the appointment of that of Meyster Knight of the Order of the Crow where they shall oversee the functions of Haense’s most prominent knightly order and work closely with Ser Tiberius who will be appointed as Commandant Knight of the Marian Retinue to closely oversee the King and the Royal families guarded defense. I suspect you’ll choose a man or woman for that matter who is deemed fit for the position. I wish to keep this missive short so you may return to your duties but I must plead for you to maintain the function of the Marian Retinue that your grandfather established as its function has been successful since its founding. May you have a long and prosperous reign that propels the Kingdom of Haense to the glory it deserves.” SIGNED, Ser Nikolaus Kortrevich, Knight Paramount of Haense, Commandant Knight of the Marian Retinue, Meyster Knight of the Order of the Crow, Royal Champion of King Andrew the IV THE MISSIVE READS: Otto @Quinn275 “Cousin, we’re both in this world a little while longer, to defend Haense, to defend our family’s honor, and to defend our blood. I ask only one thing from you-- that you ensure that Markus and his children after him carry on the family name for it was us both who established this very House to the standing it is today. When this missive reaches you it is understood that I have passed but I only wish to make you certainly aware of how eternally grateful I am for you being a part of my life. Otto, from the earliest beginnings of my life you’ve remained apparent. I wish only to thank you for all that you’ve taught me and all that we’ve experienced together. I seek to welcome you to the seven skies when the time permits itself for you to exit the war-torn world that our family and kingdom are ridden with.“ SIGNED, Your cousin, Nikolaus THE MISSIVE READS: Markus @CaptainZenny “Nephew, while my admiration for who you’ve come to be, is known to be general disappointment, I must write to you now to inform you that despite not living up to the family’s name by wielding a sword in hand and placing oneself in the line of battle like our family has been obliged to do since our earliest upbringing, I must admit the evident proudness I have for what you’ve accomplished in your life so far. I only wish for you to succeed and propel this family forward even more while preserving the true meaning of our House. May you raise your children to that of respectable young men and women to carry on the legacy that your father and I established. Despite my reservations for you and the sheer amount of disappointment I still carry for you I will admit your interest in bettering this very Kingdom that our family is sworn to protect is well known to us all and for that I respect you. Live well and when the time adorns you to pass like myself and ultimately your father I await here to welcome you both to the seven skies with the rest of our family.” SIGNED, Your uncle, Nikolaus REST IN PEACE Ser Nikolaus Kortrevich “The Strong” ( 1680 ~ 1750 ) “A good man does everything in his power to better his family's position regardless of his own selfish desires.” Knight Paramount of Haense (1716 - 1750) FULL TITLE The titles of Nikolaus Kortrevich were; The Right Honorable, Ser Nikolaus Kortrevich, Knight Paramount of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska, Commandant Knight of the Marian Retinue, Meyster Knight of the Order of the Crow, Royal Executioner of Reza, Royal Champion of King Andrew IV. REST IN PEACE Ser Rodrik Kortrevich “The Loyal” , “The Bloody” ,“The Traitor” ( 1685 ~ 1750 ) Grand Knight of Renatus (1720 - 1721) FULL TITLE The titles of Rodrik Kortrevich were; Ser Rodrik Joszef Kortrevich, Dragon Knight of Renatus, Hero of Renatus, Count of Salus, Lord of Rimter.
  4. SURNAME: Baruch FIRST NAME: Eirik ADDRESS OF RESIDENCE: Duchy of Valwyck, Haense DATE OF BIRTH: 1st of Malin’s Welcome, 1709 Are you registered and eligible to vote in the province of Haense?: Yes Do you have any other title, peerage or public service that may conflict with becoming an Imperial Senator, as per the Edict of Establishment (1736) or Edict of Election (1736)?: No If yes, do you understand that you will be required to resign or abdicate from this position should you be elected to the Imperial Senate, and if this does not occur your seat shall be considered to be vacant?: N/A ((MC NAME)): Zanthuz
  5. OATH NAME (and house if applicable): {Khroll} DEGREE OF KNIGHTHOOD (Arma Patrina, Crow Knight, Marian Knight): {Marian Knight} AGE: {N/A} LIEGE LORD: King Andrew IV CHAPTER/ORDER (Order of the Crow or Marian Retinue): Marian Retinue Do you, [Ser Khroll] swear now upon the blade of Gaius Marius, the first Hochmeister of our earliest order, that all you say now is true, and that you have come to receive your knighthood? Response: It is. The truth is the burden of all knights, one that only the diligent can bear. Will you be true in all things, even if it may lead to your demise? Response: I will. To bear this burden, a knight must be strong. Will you be strong of spirit, and resilient to all forms of temptation? Response: I will. In order to be strong, a knight must be brave. Will you be courageous against your enemies, and to defend the helpless, even if it may cost your life? Response: I will. In order to be brave, a knight must have honor and loyalty, lest he fall to sinful ways. The knight must be above reproach, his honor and allegiance unquestioned. Will you be honorable and loyal to your king, your people, and above all else, to God? Response: I will. When you take this oath, you will no longer be a man. You will be a knight, invested with holy responsibility by God himself. Do you accept this burden that God has placed upon you? Response: I do. Now for your oath. Do you swear to be brave, strong, and true, as all knights must be? Response: I so swear. Do you swear to be honorable and loyal, to never forsake your vows nor your allegiance? Response: I so swear. Finally, do you swear to uphold all which is holy and good, and to honor God in all your actions? Response: I so swear.
  6. RP Name: Zanthuz MC Username: Eirik Baruch Discord: Dale #4231 What Nation Are you Affiliated With?: Haense Why Do You Wish To Come?: To represent the Kingdom of Haense and the Holy Orenian Empire What Skills Can You Bring?: Combat Skill & Charisma
  7. SUMMONING OF ALL HAENSETIC KNIGHTS 18th of Tov and Yermey | 18th of Harren’s Folley Haensetic Knights lead the charge into the A.I.S forces | Battle of Hangman’s Bridge, 1742 - To serve your King, and God, in both valour and faith. - To protect, and serve, the weak and defenceless from the evils of this world. - To hold yourself in the light of God, and live by honour and glory. - To guard the honour of your King, God, liege lord, and fellow brothers. - To never refuse a challenge from an equal, and to not turn back upon a foe. - To prove one’s self through discipline, loyalty, and respect. - To respect the laws of the land you ride upon, and those placed in authority. - To remain true to your blood, and to the land you’ve grown upon. - To be strong, true, and sworn to King Barbanov, and the Crow Following His Majesty’s coronation on the 10th of the Grand Harvest, 1747 at the Basilica of Fifty Virgins, the newly crowned King Andrew IV and the incumbent Knight Paramount, Ser Nikolaus Kortrevich deems it necessary to summon all knights of the Haensetic knightly orders to the Ekaterinburg Palace to re-swear their oaths and vows to their new liege lord. A direct missive is sent out to all orderman of the Order of the Crow and all kings guardsmen of the Marian Retinue to be summoned forth to the Palace itself to all kneel before the King and the Knight Paramount to reaffirm their oath as leal subjects to the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. King Andrew IV of Hanseti-Ruska C. 1747 Ser Nikolaus Kortrevich, Knight Paramount of Haense C. 1716 RESWEARING OF OATHS TO THE NEWLY CROWNED KING Haensetic Knights reaffirming their oaths and vows C. 1748 Do you, [Name] swear now upon the blade of Gaius Marius, the first Hochmeister of our earliest order, that all you say now is true, and that you have come to receive your knighthood? Response: It is. The truth is the burden of all knights, one that only the diligent can bear. Will you be true in all things, even if it may lead to your demise? Response: I will. To bear this burden, a knight must be strong. Will you be strong of spirit, and resilient to all forms of temptation? Response: I will. In order to be strong, a knight must be brave. Will you be courageous against your enemies, and to defend the helpless, even if it may cost your life? Response: I will. In order to be brave, a knight must have honor and loyalty, lest he fall to sinful ways. The knight must be above reproach, his honor and allegiance unquestioned. Will you be honorable and loyal to your king, your people, and above all else, to God? Response: I will. When you take this oath, you will no longer be a man. You will be a knight, invested with holy responsibility by God himself. Do you accept this burden that God has placed upon you? Response: I do. Now for your oath. Do you swear to be brave, strong, and true, as all knights must be? Response: I so swear. Do you swear to be honorable and loyal, to never forsake your vows nor your allegiance? Response: I so swear. Finally, do you swear to uphold all which is holy and good, and to honor God in all your actions? Response: I so swear. ((Only the people whose characters pertains to this post, and with those who have permission from the people thereof, may reply to this thread.)) Fill out everything highlighted in: [Gold] OATH NAME (and house if applicable): {Name | House of } DEGREE OF KNIGHTHOOD (Arma Patrina, Crow Knight, Marian Knight): {Ex: Crow Knight} AGE: {Ex: 32} LIEGE LORD: King Andrew IV CHAPTER/ORDER (Order of the Crow or Marian Retinue): {Ex: Marian Retinue} Do you, [Name] swear now upon the blade of Gaius Marius, the first Hochmeister of our earliest order, that all you say now is true, and that you have come to receive your knighthood? Response: It is. The truth is the burden of all knights, one that only the diligent can bear. Will you be true in all things, even if it may lead to your demise? Response: I will. To bear this burden, a knight must be strong. Will you be strong of spirit, and resilient to all forms of temptation? Response: I will. In order to be strong, a knight must be brave. Will you be courageous against your enemies, and to defend the helpless, even if it may cost your life? Response: I will. In order to be brave, a knight must have honor and loyalty, lest he fall to sinful ways. The knight must be above reproach, his honor and allegiance unquestioned. Will you be honorable and loyal to your king, your people, and above all else, to God? Response: I will. When you take this oath, you will no longer be a man. You will be a knight, invested with holy responsibility by God himself. Do you accept this burden that God has placed upon you? Response: I do. Now for your oath. Do you swear to be brave, strong, and true, as all knights must be? Response: I so swear. Do you swear to be honorable and loyal, to never forsake your vows nor your allegiance? Response: I so swear. Finally, do you swear to uphold all which is holy and good, and to honor God in all your actions? Response: I so swear. This we proclaim for the furtherance of Our Monarchy, Upon the day of our Lord GOD, 18th of Harren’s Folly, 1748 HIS ROYAL MAJESTY, King Andrew IV of Hanseti-Ruska, Grand Hetman of the Army, Prince of Bihar, Dules, Ulgaard, Lahy, Sorbesborg and Slesvik, Duke of Carnatia, Margrave of Rothswald, Count of Graiswald, Karikhov, Baranya, Kvasz, Kavat, Karovia, Kovachgrad, Torun, Turov, and Kaunas, Baron of Rhysburg, Venzia, Esenstadt, Krepost and Kralta, Lord of Alban, Reza, Markev, Lord of the Westfolk, Protector of the Highlanders, etcetera THE RIGHT HONORABLE, Ser Nikolaus Kortrevich, Knight Paramount of Haense, Commandant Knight of the Marian Retinue, Meyster Knight of the Order of the Crow, King Andrik IV’s Royal Champion.
  8. Ser Nikolaus Kortrevich smiles after hearing word from Markus of his family’s elevation to that of a Margraviate. He and Otto stood and smiled proudly at their family’s many achievements before celebrating with them all in Fort Korstadt [!] A singular missive would be sent to The Duchy of Relavia which would read; @Drew2_dude ”Nephew, you’ve done your family proud and with that you’ve made me proud on your many accomplishments. Perhaps sometime soon we may gather either here in Korstadt or there in Relavia where both of our families can properly celebrate together. Congratulations.” Signed, Your Uncle, Nikolaus
  9. Butch seizes in his chair as he struggles to comprehend the speech of the young Wick boy.
  10. Ser Nikolaus Kortrevich gathered word of the now deceased Barclay boy, upon hearing the unfortunate revelation he mourned the loss of Konstanz; the boy who aspired to be a Knight of the Hansetic realm. “Be at peace lad. For you have now arisen to the seven skies away from the troubled realm that is Arcas, that faces consistent turmoil during this never-ending war. I yearn for both your family and those that cherished you the most to find peace and come together as they mourn your passing. Your name will not ever be forgotten as your unwavering bravery is acknowledged to all that knew you.” [!] A book of Haense’s knightly structure is sent to Freising with it is attached a small missive. @MadOne “Ser Wilheim, I mourn for the loss of your nephew. Just a few years ago, Konstanz made his travels to Fort Korstadt in search of me to express in undying interest to become a Knight, to serve this Kingdom with these highest prestige, to uphold all tenets and doctrines and defend this very Kingdom with the utmost amount of prestige and honor. May you keep this book within your family’s holdings to remember what Konstanz aspired to be in his life. I yearn for you all to find peace and may this war end soon to conclude the bloodshed of those we love most dearly.”
  11. Discord: Dale#4231 Red Nobleman: 5100 White & Red Coat: 2100
  12. Discord: Dale#4231 Red Nobleman: 5100 White & Red Coat: 1300
  13. Discord: Dale#4231 Red Nobleman: 5100 White & Red Coat: 800
  14. SUMMONING A SOJOURNER 8th of Sun’s Smile, 1745 | 8th of Tov and Yermey, 298 ES “With Duty, Comes Honor.” @Milenkhov Rodrik, Twenty-three years have passed since the conflict that rifted our family apart. The unity of man was torn asunder as we placed our allegiances to competing sides claiming for the same cause to rule over humanity. I remember this conflict vividly as I watched you disgrace our family name and cast off your oaths and honor to the Crown who we both swore to protect. I write with uncertainty if this missive ever reaches your eyes. However, if by chance Godan’s pity has kept you on this world, I should like to take this occasion to impart my final sentiments to you. Our family has continued to prosper within the bounties of our homeland in Haense, a kingdom which you turned your back on and saw for its downfall. Yet, we remain here in the comfort of our hearth and ever resilient to face adversity, as all Kortrevich have pledged. I am unsure of your whereabouts, but I expect no less that you are in some distant land estranged from the luxuries of family and peace of mind. This letter brings me no more satisfaction than you. It pains us all to have gone on this long without any sense of finality and closure. Pursuant to my duties in this very office that you neglected, I must act with resolve and steadfastness as Knight Paramount of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska to enact the king’s justice and seek out justice from your treachery for a final time. [!] Attached is a list of crimes committed by Rodrik In Accordance with The Laws, Rights, and Decrees of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska THE BOOK OF CRIMES Ch. I. Regarding blasphemy and heinous acts against GOD > I.I.§. Any man who with intent commits an act offensive against GOD, his saints, prophets and scriptures shall be arrested and punished with fifteen lashes. > I.II.§.Any man who makes a mockery of GOD’s word shall be punished with ten lashes. Ch. III. Regarding treason and that of high treason > III.I.§. Any man committing a deed of violence and aggression to that of the Realm, the Crown or the Royal family shall be considered that of a traitor and be brought to court and trialed for treason. The maximum punishment being that of all titles and land stripped and be executed by drawing and quartering. > III.III.§. Any noble or gentry with that of a sworn oath to His Majesty, the King who commits arms against the Crown shall be considered guilty to that of High Treason and be branded a traitor. The maximum punishment being that of having lands and titles stripped and executed by that of having ones armor smelted over his person. > III.VI.§. Any man breaking his oath to the King or the Realm without proper nullification from that of His Majesty the King, Emperor or High Pontiff shall be considered a traitor and punished accordingly. > III.VII.§. Any man publicly speaking foul or ill to that of the King, his queen or his counsel shall be considered unlawful. The maximum punishment being that of death. > III.IX.§. Any man who refuses to obey a direct command from his majesty, the King can be branded a traitor. The maximum punishment being that of death. Ch. IV. Regarding rebellion, mutiny and insurrection > IV.I.§. Any man who organizes a group of men armed with weapons publicly speaking ill to that of the crown or the realm shall be brought to court and trialed for insurrection. The maximum punishment being that of death. > IV.II.§. Any group of citizens taking up arms against that of the crown shall be considered that of rebels and be punished by death. Ch. VII. Regarding murder, manslaughter, assault and kidnapping > VII.I.§. Any man who knowingly and with intent takes the life of any other man shall be branded a murderer and brought to court for trial. The maximum punishment being that of death by torture. > VII.V.§ Any man attacking that of a pregnant woman shall be brought to court and trialed. The maximum punishment being that of having both hands removed and forever branded with a mark on his forehead. Shall the unborn child die due to this he will be marked a murdered and executed by torture. > VII.VI.§. Any man who by force tries to take that of a woman shall be brought to court and trialed. The maximum punishment being that of castration. > VII.XIV.§. Any man who forcefully abducts another without granted permission by that of the Crown shall be arrested and brought to court for trial for kidnapping. The maximum punishment being that of having ones eyesight removed. Ch VIII. Regarding theft, robbery, burglary, property damage and banditry > VIII.I.§. Any man who breaks into that of another’s home shall be branded a burglar and brought to court and trialed. The maximum punishment being that of one’s right hand being removed. > VIII.VI.§. Any man who by force or threat makes another man give up his belongings, property or possession shall be considered that of a robber and brought to court to stand trial. The maximum punishment being that of death. > VIII.X.§. Any man who commits the act of robbery on the imperial roads that pass through the realm shall be declared that of a bandit and brought to court and trialed. The punishment being death. Ch IX. Regarding lies, slander and the insulting of one’s honor > IX.I.§. Any man who slanders that of another without cause or evidence through verbal form shall be brought to court and tried. The maximum punishment being the removal of one’s tongue. > IX.II.§. Any man who slanders that of another without cause of evidence through written form shall be brought to court and tried. The maximum punishment being that of having one’s right hand removed. > IX.IV.§. Any man who insults or slander that of the Crown or nobility shall be brought to court and trialed. The maximum punishment being that of having one’s tongue and hands removed. Despite my reservations for you, your children you granted me tutelage of years ago have grown to both be mature individuals who have casted the world of chivalric vanity and malice to pursue their own dreams. Your children have devoted toward their own truth, pursuing their occupations in the peaceful fertile lands beyond the fray. As for us, we remain trapped within the armor, bearing our pride and folly alike until death parts us from our oath. I await patiently in the confines of Fort Korstadt for your arrival, if what remains of you still draws breath in this life to enact my duty to this land to usher in justice for your wrongdoings. YOUR COZAER, Ser Nikolaus Kortrevich
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