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  1. Borys, despite his brief acquaintance with Marquis of Myrine, sighed deeply and saluted while looking up at the starry sky "From now on you are looking down on us, from up there. It's a pity that good people leave too soon" He muttered then went back inside the castle
  2. Borys smiled at the invitation "Great news. Glad they view us, as their friends. We all shall heed the call." He'd smile once more before nodding firmly, folding the paper in half and putting it on the desk
  3. Oloxx_


    Kingdom of Lechia LECHIAN CULTURE SUBGROUP OF LECHITIAN PEOPLES HISTORY THE ORIGINS Depiction of Lech and his two brothers, looking for a place for a new settlement The Lechian people derive from the group of Lechitian peoples. According to the so-called pre-Lechitian myth, the founders of the three main Lechitian cultures came to the continent of Vistulia in search of a place to settle. The eldest of the brothers, Ruth, went east and established a settlement on a great river. From his name the people took the name Ruthians. The youngest of the brothers Tschech settled in the land between the mountains, where the Tschech culture has its roots. The third of the brothers, and at the same time the second oldest, Lech, followed the huge white eagle to its nest and established his seat under the tree where the eagle had its nest. From this event, the Lechian coat of arms and the name of the first capital, Gniazdo (Nest), were derived. Ever since that moment Lechian culture flourished and developed vigorously. Lech established the first state structures, customs and beliefs. The beliefs of the first Lechians were quite primitive and focused on the worship of many deities. However, this belief differed only a little from the general Lechitian Rodnovyery. In addition some of the early Lechian chronicles mention a few more names of the first rulers, these were among others: Siemowit "the Cruel", Lestek and Snowid. EARLY YEARS OF CANONISM IN LECHIA Depiction of Prince Mieszko being baptised After centuries of slow development, the first monks of the Canonist Church arrived on the continent of Vistulia. According to old documents they were led by Vojtech, of Tschech origin, as Tschechs have accepted Canonism before the Lechians. Thanks to his diplomatic skills, Vojtech convinced Mieszko to accept baptism, marry a canonist Tschech princess, and at the same time incorporate Lechians into the canonist community. As a new ruler within the canonist church, Mieszko united the Lechian tribes and conquered far more land than any of his ancestors. The country stretched from the sea in the north to the mountains in the south. Vojtech, who stayed at Mieszko's court for some time has crowned him as a prince, as Mieszko found himself unworthy of being a King. This gave rise to the first dynasty of Lechia - Piastovians. As new cultural norms grew, churches were built, a network of stone roads developed and the first church structures were established in the capital. Unfortunately, the times of peace passed after the missionary Vojtech's expedition to the northern tribes, who bestially murdered him and quartered his corpse. Mieszko still remembered Vojtech's merits and set off to the north to fight for justice. The soldiers of Mieszko had no mercy on the pagans and slaughtered the population of the local settlements in the same bestial manner while imposing the Canonist faith on the survivors. Despite the long process of converting the Lechians to the true faith, which sometimes met with armed resistance from the native believers, Mieszko's reign is remembered as decades of peace. TIMES OF BOLESLAV AND HIS SONS Depiction of Boleslaw and his sons, arriving at Krakovia The times of Boleslav the First echoed among the Lechitian tribes. Immediately after his coronation, he began a period of conquests, and greatly expanded the dependent territory of Lechia. As the first of the Kings, since his father did not accept the title of the King of Lechia, he ordered to make a sword intended for coronation of further Kings, and a Crown decorated with many precious gems. The sword called "Szczerbiec" ("Chipper" in common) played a significant role in the reign of Boleslav and later his sons, as it became a symbol of Lechian nationalism and a sign of victory over foreign powers. Legends say that it took its name from the moment when Boleslav chipped it against the gate of the capital city of a neighbouring state, to mark Lechian annexation of the border areas. Unfortunately, Boleslav did not enjoy his reign long after this event. He died three years later of an unspecified illness. For Lechia there came a time of sorrow, as Boleslav had many sons and each of them claimed his father's crown. Having divided the country into parts, a fratricidal struggle for the crown of Lechia began. The eldest of the brothers, Mieszko III occupied the capital and held it for many years. The brothers from the western, northern and eastern parts meanwhile held talks about a new order after the end of the civil war. The quarrelling brothers chose as ruler someone who had never known a taste of power - Kazimierz, the youngest of the brothers, who ruled over no province of Lechia. Mieszko III, faced with the overwhelming power of the united brothers, renounced the crown and the Bishop of Krakovia crowned Kazimierz as the new King of Lechia. The times in which Kazimierz reigned were the best in the history of his family. He rebuilt the destruction of the civil war, developed the monetary system and established the first university in Lechia. He died at the age of 70, leaving no descendant... JOAGILAN RULE AND LECHIAN DECLINE Depiction of Wladyslaw proclaiming the Union After Kazimierz's death, the only person of his blood was his daughter Hedwig. She married a powerful leader of a neighbouring country, and united the two countries in a personal union. Despite the power of the great state, pagan tribes still lived in the north and invaded the lands of Lechia. To remedy this, Wladyslaw, for that was the name Hedwig's husband, called upon the help of the strong Waldenian Order. He was unable to foresee the cunning and guile with which the Knights operated, and allowed them to occupy the land of the pagans so that they could continue to help the Lechians spread Canonism. Soon after, the knights turned on Wladyslaw and formed an alliance to help them conquer the lands dependent on the Joagilan dynasty. At that time, there was great social unrest in Lechia, with tendencies calling for the introduction of sanoism, priorism but also absolute power in the government. There were many clashes between Lechian priorists and sanoists, who had two different concepts of the state. The Sejm (the equivalent of the Duma in Haense or the parliament in Oren) rejected all attempts to reform the state, thus stagnation deepened and Lechia was exposed to blows from the outside. The powerful alliance formed by the Waldenians, and the neighbouring powers as well as, the constant skirmishes with them caused the disintegration of the state. Lechia has not appeared on world maps since then, yet the people still remember their roots and will never abandon them. CULTURE OF LECHIA WAR CULTURE Depiction of Lechian warriors going on a hunt Lechians are known for their fighting stubbornness. This is due to their culture, which grew up on warrior values because of the many threatening neighbours around their state when it still existed. Young Lechians were trained from the age of 16 to become infantrymen, archers or horsemen. Women could also train if they wished to, but they usually stayed at home and took care of the hearth and home. Among Lechian soldiers the highest value is honour, which should never be tarnished. There are many chronicles about the heroic deeds of the Lechians in their fight against the invaders, especially about the skill of their cavalrymen, who, with much smaller numbers of troops, were able to destroy the Waldenian armies with very few losses. Lechian troops were usually lightly armed with spears, short swords and shields, or short bows. There were also heavy regiments called "Druzhina", and their main role was to defend their Lord, his family and his property. The Druzhina could act as horsemen, but also as infantry, and were symbolised by the family insignia on their armour plus better weaponry paid for by their lord. Depiction of Druzhina PEASANT NATION Depiction of Lechian landscape Lechia was mainly located in the lowlands, which favoured the development of agriculture and peasant culture. The first Lechian Kings issued various privileges for the peasants in return for their hard work for the homeland. The Lechian peasants mastered the so-called three-field system on the basis of which all farms, private and state, operated. In the fields, peasants worked from dawn to dusk, in every season except winter. They worked hard at harvest time, and 1/3 of the harvested crop was to be given to the local overlord - a baron, count or duke. Local peasants were also very fond of animal products, so they bred a variety of pigs, cows and sheep from which they could obtain the materials they needed. A highly prized product among the middle class was bee honey. Only trained peasants were allowed to own and run an apiary and extract honey from it for personal and commercial use. Another highly popular occupation among the villagers was brewing. Many peasants were employed in private breweries where they produced high quality alcohol in the form of beer, vodka or wine. One of such brewery brands is Harnaś Brewing Company, owned by House Jazloviecki. Depiction of a Lechian town Cities founded by various Lechian noble families were usually located on hills, slopes or cliffs, where danger could come from one side. The wealthier towns were surrounded by a wall, usually made of stone or bricks, and there usually was a drawbridge leading to the gate with at least one tower. In every town there was a church or chapel where local people could worship God and pray for a successful harvest. The houses of Lechian families were made of stone, wood and thatch as a roof, as these were commonly available raw materials. Wealthier families from the middle and high nobility could afford to build houses from more expensive materials such as white stone or expensive varieties of wood, unattainable for ordinary peasants. It was not very often that you could see noble houses within the walls of cities, as high ranking families usually had their own estates that operated independently. The same applied to the castles of local rulers. They were usually solitary standing on advanced rock formations where it was difficult for enemies to get to during an attack. Depiction of a Lechian castle A typical Lechian castle was surrounded by a thick wall made of stone bricks and was dominated by the roofs of towers and the main building where the throne room and the feast hall were located. In the castle there was usually a small chapel, and in front of the bridge leading to the castle there was a small settlement for the castle workers - guards, priests and officials. A life in a noble keep differed from village life, as there the king's representatives came and there the future of the region was debated. RELIGIOUS SOCIETY Depiction of a Canonist procession with King Kazimierz at the head Lechians are a people proud of their religious affiliation. Processions and solemn masses for the homeland and the king were very common during the time of their state. The king, according to official state propaganda, had authority from God, and additionally filled important places in the government with church officials. The most important seat of the church in Lechia was Krakovia where the Archbishop resided. There was also the cathedral of the Virgin, where the kings of Lechia were crowned. The Church in Lechia strictly outlined the rules of morality and punished the disobedient. Despite this, the church was highly respected by peasants, the middle class and the nobility. Many Lechians turned away from the church when they secretly formed alliances and agreements with the Waldenians regarding their position after they occupy these lands. Today, despite the diaspora in which Lechians live, the church still plays a significant role in their lives. TRADITIONS Depition of Krakovia before an upcoming fair Dożynki Originating from the provincial part of Lechia - Dożynki (in common the Harvest Festival) played a great role in the life of small towns and villages. Dożynki were a special time of the harvest where people gathered in squares or clearings and set up poles with colourful streamers, tables with white tablecloths and surrounded everything with bales of hay. In the middle, a bonfire was lit over which meat bought by the peasants to celebrate the success of this year's harvest was roasted. On the tables, however, there were colourful vegetables and fruit, and everything in the theme of the harvest. Drowning of Marzanna Drowning of Marzanna was an important part of the Lechian folklore. When winter ended and spring began, children from towns and villages made puppets stuffed with hay and decorated them to resemble women. Drowning the puppet in the river, or sometimes burning it, symbolised the passing of winter and the arrival of spring. The death of Marzanna was to symbolise the passing of the month associated with death and the arrival of new life in spring. Night of Kupała Lechian customs and rituals related to the Kupała Night were supposed to ensure health and fertility. Fires were lit, in which herbs were burned. Various kinds of fortune-telling and dancing took place during the joyful games. Girls would throw garlands with lighted candles into the rivers. If the garland was fished out by a bachelor, it meant a quick marriage. If it floated, the girl would not marry soon. If it burned, drowned or became entangled in rushes, it boded ill for old age. It is thought that these are probably the remains of old pagan spring rituals, that Lechians have incorporated into their culture after converting to Canonism. LECHIAN LEGACY Depiction of Jazloviec Keep, seat of House Jazloviecki in the Barony of Lvinsk Although centuries have passed since the fall of Lechia, the spirit of the Lechians has never died. The first verse of their favourite patriotic song says "Jeszcze Lechia nie zginęła, kiedy my żyjemy" - "Lechia is not yet lost, as long as we live". The most widely known family that still maintains the Lechian legacy and culture to this day is House Jazloviecki. It first became famous for the military genius of the founding fathers of the family - Aleksander Batory and Mikhail Svarogovich, who fought alongside Wilheim and Tylos Barclay, as well as Bogdan Canoslav in the War of the Two Emperors. After many years of separation, the two brotherly families of Batory and Svarogovich were united under the sign of the White Eagle without the Royal insignia, as it is the national symbol of the Lechians. After decades of effort, the Lechians have finally won a place to live where they can propagate their culture and traditions in harmony. The Barony of Lvinsk, subordinate to the County of Freimark, is a refuge for Lechians, where everyone is welcome, native or foreign. To this day, memories of nearly 200 years ago are still vivid among family members. Jazloviecki Coat of Arms SARMATIAN CULTURE Depiction of traditional Lechian noble outfits Sarmatism is a culture developed by the Lechians during the Joagilan rule. It presupposed a golden liberty for the nobility, which allowed them to meddle in the interests of the kingdom without the right of intervention by the King. The nobility would gather for Legislative Sejm, which allowed for new laws, reforms or even the writing of a constitution. However, the Golden Liberty assumed a right of veto on the part of anyone in whose veins noble blood flowed. The representatives of the high nobility bought off the lower-born and less wealthy nobles to vote no and use the veto, which broke up the sejm and prevented state reforms. Very characteristic was the nobleman's dress worn during Sejms, called Kontusz, and sabres or maces at its belt. Golden Liberty also had other drawbacks. The nobility, enjoying a high degree of autonomy, built their manors in forested retreats around which stretched hectares of land subject to them. The manorial system developed by the Lechian nobility was based on the principle of serfdom, that is, the forced and enslaved labour of peasants. Farmers were not allowed to leave their lord or his land under any circumstances, and were only exempt from work on church and national holidays. Multigenerational families poured their sweat and blood on the land of the Lords, getting nothing in return. The end of Sarmatism and Golden Liberty is marked by the fall of Lechia and a peasant uprising, which in its fury slaughtered and hanged the Lords mercilessly. LANGUAGE All letters of Lechian alphabet The Lechian alphabet consists of 36 characters and resembles the Ruskan and Raevir languages in places. Although these groups did not have much in common, they managed to develop similar words and phrases. Good examples are the words "Good - Dobry" and even the negation "No - Nie". In many books you can find basic words and phrases in this language. Example of a Lechian dictionary OOC: Culture is still a WIP
  4. Borys sighs at the news "Hope he's recovering alright. Now where's Dietrich?" He'd move towards Neuberg
  5. THE EAGLE’S WATCH Wardens of House Jazloviecki, and Lechian values Depiction of Eagle’s Watch on a winter patrol In proto-Lechian times it was customary to recruit special military units to defend the property of the first noble families and their family members. Groups of specially trained soldiers were called "Druzhina" and ranged from 200 to as many as 1500 soldiers. The first such unit was formed by Siemowit "the Cruel" of the Lech family. According to legends and oral accounts, Siemowit's guards aroused both fear and admiration among his subjects. Siemowit's warriors were ready to give their lives for him and his family, which, according to their principles, was to please God and give them eternal life in the seven skies. Carefully created by Siemowit and his best commanders, the unit accompanied the next generations of noble families in Vistulia. The uniforms and tactics used by the Guards changed over time. As the position of the Canonist Church on the continent strengthened, the doctrine in which the Guardsmen were trained was definitely radicalised. God entered into every sphere of the guards' lives as everything they did from the moment they took the oath was for the glory of God. Through the radicalisation of the church on the continent, nationalist tendencies and negative attitudes towards strangers increased among the soldiers. While noble families flocked to meetings, the guardsmen fanatically defended their Lord while dressed in beautiful dark armour that dazzled visitors from the distant reaches of Vistulian land. Seeing salvation in God and serving their master, the warriors had no fear of death. Many battles were fought over the centuries, but even these seasoned individuals failed to defend their homeland, which, after internal conflicts and external invasions, collapsed and forced many Lechians to emigrate. With regard to the past as well as the future that awaits us, the Jazloviecki Family brings the Eagle's Watch to life, a new company among The Sons of Saint Tylos ranks. W IMIĘ BOŻE The Coat of Arms of The Eagle's Watch THE PURPOSE Depiction of Lechian soldiers fighting Waldenian invaders The Eagle's Watch is meant to renew and uphold the traditions of the old and ensure the protection of House Jazloviecki in terms of property and safeguarding the lives and health of its members while playing an integral part of The Sons of Saint Tylos. The members of the watch act in God's name and, with God's help, aim to protect everything that is close to their Lord. To be a Watchman is not just to be a soldier. It is a unique mission, a vocation. Just like the old Lechian motto "Żyć i Służyć" - "To live and serve", these words guide every Watchman through life and help them to be fearless so as not to grieve the ancestors who proudly faced invaders several centuries ago. Every Watchman is bound by an oath which cannot be broken. Only the head of the family to which they have sworn allegiance can release the guard from service. In a situation where the head of the family dies during service of the guards, the members of The Eagle's Watch renew their oath of allegiance to the new Patriarch. THE THREE PILLARS OF EAGLE'S WATCH Depiction of oath-taking by members of the Eagle's Watch I. Salvation only in God All Watchmen of the Eagle's Watch swear their devotion before God, and promise to protect their overlord in his name. II. Serve your Lord with all your heart and soul An oath taken before a Lord, can be lifted by two things - death, or the Lord's will. Therefore, every member of the Watch should strive for sanctity in his actions and, if necessary, lay down his life for his Lord. III. Labour makes you free In addition to serving the Overlord, members of the Watch should work honestly in the fields, workshops or guilds. Honest work for the glory of the Lord and their ruler after death will make the Watchman eternally free in The Seven Skies TRADITIONS Depiction of Borys III leading his Watchmen for a hunt Forefathers' Day A centuries-old Lechian tradition dating back to the time of the great forefather Lech. On this day, all Lechians, inhabitants of the lands subordinate to them as well as their troops celebrate the day when Lech followed the great eagle for 30 days and 30 nights, to the place where the first Lechic settlement was established. On this day there is no place for shortage of food and drinks. Meals are prepared according to old recipes, Lechians usually eat lamb meat, and drink the best Lechic wine or vodka from the goblets. An Army of Hunters According to the Lechic principle, "Every Lechian is a hunter, yet shall never be a prey". Following this golden rule, the ruler of the Jazloviec family calls for a hunt in the great primeval forest, where the rangers, accompanied by the family they protect, hunt ancient beasts - wisents, aurochs or big lynxes. During the hunt, ancient tools are used, specially prepared for the occasion, such as arrowheads made of bone. An integral part of the hunt is also the painting of the hunters' faces with white paint to mark the innocence of their upcoming actions, as hunting was essential for the survival of their forefathers. Servants of the Lord The Lechians have been a very pious people since their conversion to Canonism. Therefore, referring to the early Canonist traditions, the Eagle's Watch, like the brotherly Sons of Saint Tylos, often pray, go on pilgrimages and secure masses. Their shields or armour often feature a cross pattern in addition to the family colours of their masters. An exemplary watchman should also pray twice a day, at dawn and at dusk. ARMOUR The Eagle's Watchman The armour is made of dark steel, almost black. A heavy chainmail can be seen in the gaps between the segments, which also protects the soldier's head. The breastplate and helmet have black and red segments, as those are the colours of the Watch. The soldier's legs are topped with heavy shoes made out of bits of hard leather, which are hard to pierce even for sharp arrows. The armour must be carefully made, due to the fact that for the Lechian lords it is not quantity but quality that counts. OATH OF THE WATCHMEN Lechian version: "Z prochu powstałem i w proch się obrócę, Nim w boju polegnę, cios wroga ukrócę Bym służyć mógł wiernie na ziemi i w niebie W Bogu, mym Panie pokładam nadzieję Bronić chcę tronu, rządcy mojego Bronić chcę rodu, tak mi drogiego Przed Bogiem dzisiaj, Ja składam przysięgę Przy tobie najjaśniejszy Panie, żyć i służyć będę Amen." Common translation: "From dust I rose and to dust I shall return, Before I fall in battle, I will stop the enemy's blow That I may serve faithfully on earth and in heaven In God, my Lord, I put my hope I want to defend the throne, of my ruler I want to defend the family, so dear to me Before God today, I take an oath By thee, brightest Lord, I shall live and serve Amen." Every Lechian man is entitled to join the Watch if his heart is pure and his mind open. Men of nonlechian descent can also join the Watch as long as they prove their worth before the Patriarch of the House. If you are interested in joining the Watch, you can write a letter to Baron of Lvinsk after joining the Sons of Saint Tylos (IGN: Olox_ ; Discord: Olox#9528) or contact one of his family members directly at the Jazloviec Keep, to the northeast of Freimark. W Imię Boże, Jego waszmość, Borys III Jazloviecki, Baron Lwińska, Dowódca Freimark, Nadworny Browarnik Savoy His Lordship, Borys III Jazloviecki, Baron of Lvinsk, Haupmann of Freimark, Court Brewmaster of Savoy
  6. Borys signs a Lorraine as the body is not his comrade Klaus "Thank GOD it's not him, even though the murderer is still out there..." He'd sigh and come back to the Brewery for further inspection
  7. AN INAUGURATION LVINSK Letter from the Barony of Lvinsk On the 22nd of Malin's Welcome, 1847 Barony of Lvinsk To the pious people of Lvinsk and Freimark With the completion of the first stronghold of the Jazloviecki family, it is time for celebrations. All people from territories of Savoy, and other human kingdoms, are invited on behalf of Baron of Lvinsk to the celebrations marking the inauguration of the barony. The feast that will be held within the walls of the castle will be partly as a tribute to the past generations of House Jazloviecki, and also as a mark of respect to all those who put their honest work into the construction, and thanks to whom the fortress stands proudly on the golden shores of the south. PLAN OF THE CELEBRATION Crowning of Borys Jazloviecki with the baronial circlet The ceremony during which the baronial circlet will be placed on the head of Borys III Jazloviecki by the chaplain of Freimark Distribution of the various ranks and titles at Lvinsk court The newly crowned baron will remind his men of their duties within the walls of Lvinsk Feast in Lvinsk When the official part is over, a feast will take place in the castle with endless amount of food and drinks INVITATIONS Whilst all free men are allowed to attend, special invitations were sent to the following His Serene Highness, OLIVIER RENAULT, Prince of Savoy, and his royal pedigree (@Lionbileti) His Royal Majesty, SIGISMUND III, King of Hanseti-Ruska, his royal pedigree, and his noble vassals (@Xarkly) His Highness, OLIVIER ASHFORD DE SAVOIE, Hereditary Prince of Savoy (@Publius) Her Highness, CATHERINE BARCLAY, Countess of Sarissa (@Axelu) His Highness, ULRICH VON ALSTREIM, Landgraf von Alstreim, and his royal pedigree (@LithiumSedai) Count of Freimark, ERNST BARCLAY, and his noble pedigree (@GoodGuyMatt) The Right Honorable, JOHANN BARCLAY, Dual Count of Reinmar-Kretzen and his noble pedigree, and the Brotherhood of St. Karl (@Frymark) His Lordship, CESAR II DE RIVERA, Baron of Rivera and his noble pedigree (@Timer) His Lordship, DEIMOS VAN DER SAINTE-BLANDINE, Baron of Caer Der Hodden and his noble pedigree (@BogsBinny) His Lordship, BALTHAZAR II MARENO, Marquis of Myrine and his noble pedigree (@Mickaelhz) MAEHIR, Lord Mayor of Caer Raywyn and the populace of Caer Raywyn (@King_Kunuk) BAILIFF of Erwinsburg, Bruce van Brouwen, and all fellow Freimarkish people (@MonkeMan) W IMIĘ BOŻE, Jego waszmość, Borys Jazloviecki, Baron Lwińska, Hauptmann Freimark, Nadworny Browarnik Savoy His Lordship, Borys Jazloviecki, Baron of Lvinsk, Haupmann of Freimark, Court Brewmaster of Savoy
  8. Borys nods as he is summoned to the Moot "Duties call" He'd smile gently before coming back to the paperwork
  9. Borys smiles widely at their efforts coming to such a pleasant end
  10. Borys awaits the inauguration with his mates on Neuburg's walls
  11. Just like Yugoslavia lost Serbia, LoTC has just lost its most based Serb. Good luck out there and watch out for the Ustaša! С вером у Бога, за краља и отаџбину! Z Bogiem przyjacielu! (just translate both if anyone wants to)
  12. Borys walks around the house reading the letter delivered to him a moment ago, standing in front of the portrait of his ancestor - he smiles gently after reading the letter, and raises his head before saying to himself "My legacy is secured, I have finished, what you started- great-grandfather..." Young baron sighs slightly before giving the portrait of Aleksander I a salute and, folding the letter in half, goes back to spend time with his pregnant wife
  13. Borys gives the letter a nod as he did his best to convince Wlad to actually write the apology "GOD Bless you Wlad" He'd sign a Lorraine after reading it
  14. The Jazloviecki patriarch stands in front of the notice board stroking his beard "At last - I shall rally my relatives, w imię BOŻE" He'd nod firmly before walking towards Jazloviecki estate
  15. Borys nods firmly, a gentle smile on his face "Finally Volmar is taking pagan scums seriously, BÓG z nami..." He said as he stopped to look at the noticeboard, before going inside the Basilica to pray
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