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  1. “To Mister von Holst, Your interest in the clergy and in the faith is noted and appreciated, and as a man of Haense you should seek out the good Archbishop of Reza ((@yopplwasupxxx)) , or if you are unable, do find me at Varoche in Ves, Kaedrin to sort out your acolyteship. Signed Godwin Cardinal Kaedrin Prelate of the Priesthood” @Nayrmineman “To Mister Jutkiewicz, Your interest in the clergy and in the faith is noted and appreciated, and as a man of Haense you should seek out the good Archbishop of Reza ((@yopplwasupxxx)) , or if you are unable, do find me at Varoche in Ves, Kaedrin to sort out your acolyteship. Signed Godwin Cardinal Kaedrin Prelate of the Priesthood” @thesmellypocket
  2. Progressing the Ministry From layman to clergyman A guide to advancing to Priesthood Composed by Godwin Cardinal Kaedrin Prelate of the Priesthood Shepherds of Man through times of quietude and turbulence; providers of instruction and explanation of life’s tumultuousness. These are the Priests of the Canon church, the true faith of Mankind and its ancillary cousins. The sole body instilled by the will of God to guide the misguided, educate the uneducated, and clarify to the confused, the will of the Lord, the way of life, and the means by which to navigate the topsy-turvy of life (Gospels 5:2). It is as well Man alone who shall be entrusted with the wisdom to act a herdsman, compassionate and righteous, to conduct sermon and analysis, to be a trusted giver of local judgement, and to act a respectful neighbour. However, the journey from layman or intrigued bloke to erudite priest or cultivated bishop is not facile, and demands a level of attention befitting a post of such rigour. I. Acolyteship. The first and doubtlessly simplest step, compelled by will and designed around education, clear explanation, and hands-on experiences. It is either structured, or unstructured, and shall be timeless, free from the constraints of overburdened scheduling, and catered to the needs of the disciple. Whether under a teacher with a sole student, or in attendance of a seminary, monastery, or other organized and recognized institute. To progress from any man to an Acolyte of one’s respective local cathedral, it takes but a letter of intent, sent in or given in person, to any clerk or member of the Canon ministry. Alternatively, a letter can be sent to the Prelate of the Priesthood, that curate whose responsibility it is to tend to the well-being of the clergy. II. Thesis. The second and doubtlessly delightful, thought-provoking step, compelled by the will of one’s teacher to explore a religious topic of interest. It should not be especially demanding, nor agonizing (either alone or as a product of the aforesaid), but rather should be an assay of one’s scholarly skillset, their aptitude for putting words to paper, and their comprehension of the values of the Canon faith. Although discouraged, help can be sought out, and should start with one’s teacher. The thesis is a very unescorted challenge, and is designed to prompt one prospective priest to think for themselves of that which they shall be proselytizing. III. Ordination. The third and final step of the first leg of one’s ministerial journey, and the point at which this simple guide shall cease its explanation. Like a graduation, ordination is the practiced rite of assent, the step from any man to one clergyman, and an affirmation of the knowledge to progress, conducted by one’s teacher, or another of pertinent rank. Once ordained, one is no longer known as an Acolyte, and casts off all ties to their surname, taking the title of Father, and remaining ever stalwart to the time-tested oaths of the ministry: poverty, chastity, celibacy, obedience. From this point forward it is one’s flock they care for, all men indubitably, but foremost those who lie under one’s wing, for they are those so close as to be afforded, justly, immediate care and attention. To start the roleplay process of joining the Canon Priesthood, seek out a member of the clergy in-game, or make an IRP response to this post!
  3. “To Mister Blumhardt, Your interest in the clergy and in the faith is noted and appreciated, and as a man of Haense you should seek out the good Archbishop of Reza ((@yopplwasupxxx)) , or if you are unable, do find me at Varoche in Ves, Kaedrin to sort out your acolyteship. Signed Godwin Cardinal Kaedrin Prelate of the Priesthood” @Gamer1578
  4. “To Mister Hershire, Your interest in the clergy and in the faith is noted and appreciated, and as a man of Helena you should seek out the good Vice-Chancellor, Cardinal Helena ((Boiendl)), or if you are unable, do find me at Varoche in Ves, Kaedrin to sort out your acolyteship. Signed Godwin Cardinal Kaedrin Prelate of the Priesthood” @PunPal “To Mister Goodman, Your interest in the clergy and in the faith is noted and appreciated, and as a man of the heartland, which I would presume to refer most closely to Helena, you should seek out the good Vice-Chancellor, Cardinal Helena ((Boiendl)), or if you are unable, do find me at Varoche in Ves, Kaedrin to sort out your acolyteship. Signed Godwin Cardinal Kaedrin Prelate of the Priesthood” @xboxgamer27 “To Mister Cinhil, Your interest in the clergy and in the faith is noted and appreciated, and as a man of Helena you should seek out the good Vice-Chancellor, Cardinal Helena ((Boiendl)), or if you are unable, do find me at Varoche in Ves, Kaedrin to sort out your acolyteship. Signed Godwin Cardinal Kaedrin Prelate of the Priesthood” @Dimitri_P
  5. “Oh, Ide.” Godwin said with a curt nod in approval of the choice, in addition to a general demeanor which sought to suggest, to those in his company at Varoche’s gardens, approval of this release and his eagerness to move forward down the clerical path he’s been walking.
  6. Thesis; The Union of Pious Man and Stately Man Written by Godwin Myre, Acolyte of St. Adrian’s Cathedral It is the most inherent binding element in man, which draws us together across culture, language, and vocation, surpassing the reaching devil of degradation, confusion, and protocol, which seeks to disrupt and send us twirling down in a wave of debauchery and distraction lest realized and denied. This binding agent is G-D, the great Lord under whom we all faithfully live or serve, and whose creed we adhere staunchly to, for its lessons and explanations surpass change over time, and hold true throughout the ages, applicable through their generality to a myriad of circumstances. It is the forgotten union of life outside of Church, and life within, that threatens to guide awry, and send one, as aforementioned, twirling down in a wave of debauchery and distraction. To forget the lessons heard and read, or spoken aloud, within that sanctified chamber, is to neglect the applicability of that which one rightfully takes the time to practice and thereby retain. And through this neglect does the indolence and later ignorance spread like a wildfire, attaching itself to the waning edges of the local culture, screaming aloud heresy and foolery that aims to tear down the comfortable walls of civilized society. Is it not too a bit under-stairs for a gentleman of the present age to allow themselves to be degraded like so? Or is it perhaps that you, or your colleague, that individual within your line of sight, or knowledge, does not consider the separation of the union to be inherently bad? Is it a failure to realize, or accept, the true seeking evil in the separation, or is it a refusal and acceptance of the movement as being “with the times”, or a product thereof, and thereby natural and right? It is not natural and therefore right, it is natural but not good, and therefore not right. It is the element of evil that separates the two, and divides the union, as to degrade the society in which we live as to begin the steps of the elimination of the necessity of faith in life and work. It is that, the latter half of the end there, the connection of faith to work that elevates a Man above his competition, and permits him to produce product far superior to that of one awash with faithlessness or corruption through debaucherous practices might create. Through faith one finds clarity in mind and body, and becomes encompassed in a warmth largely indescribable save to attempt to say that it is like pure contentment and self-assuredness manifesting across one’s whole form. It is the removal of the vices, of which I dare to presume wrath is the largest combatted, which provides a rich field for reaping, whose virtuous product will then prove to sell for far more than might otherwise have been achieved. To forget this union of faith and work is to forget one’s capacity to succeed above a resting state.
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  8. Darcassan Auceps, Royarch of Zion and a Prince of Malinor, becomes awash with a feeling of familiarity and curiosity at the structure and nomenclature of this iteration of the order. ”And so they persist.”
  9. Godwin Myre sheds a few tears at the passing of Cardinal Lochlan. “Requiesce in pace.” He says, signing the Lorraine.
  10. Darcassan Auceps, Royarch of Zion and a Prince of Malinor, blinks as he reads this missive.
  11. HOUSE of ELECTORS of the COMMONWEALTH of KAEDRIN Organized by His Excellency, Godwin Myre, Secretary of State of Internal Affairs Affirmed by His Royal Majesty, Adrian I, King of Kaedrin Foreword In accordance with the Instrument of Government of the Commonwealth of Kaedrin, the constitution of this kingdom, that sets the foundation for matters of law, regulation, and governmental organization, this document does serve as the framework for the institution known as the House of Electors. This chamber, one of two encompassing the Diet, is empowered by the constitution, and charged with being a body of the peerage, to meet to consider and vote upon forwarded from their sister chamber, the House of Commons, before becoming law upon achieving royal assent, and to vote for an eligible candidate for the position of King upon the death or abdication of the previous monarch. Structure of the Chamber Upon its organization in 1734, the House of Electors shall be comprised of a fluctuating number of members whose seats are gained by extension of their possession of a landed title within the realm, thereby defining such individuals as members of the peerage, or simply as peers. These individuals shall sit until death, abdication, or the removal of their title. The House of Electors shall be presided over by the Lord Speaker of the House of Electors, who shall be elected by majority from within the membership of the House of Electors, to serve for life or until abdication or removal from the chamber, and who shall be afforded a singular vote to be used solely to break a tie, to be cast in a vote for King, or to achieve a quorum when attendance at an assembly is lacking. The authority of the Lord Speaker shall be topmost in their chairmanship of all assemblies of the House of Electors, and their word shall be final in the proceeding or tabling of propositions, debate, and votes, and they may only be overruled by the King whose authority to call and dismiss assemblies of the chamber is absolute. As well, the Lord Speaker shall be the only individual within an assembly of the House of Electors who may be armed, and they may only make use of said arms as a final measure to keep the peace within an assembly. Order of the Chamber All assemblies of the House of Electors must be presided over by the Lord Speaker, or an individual appointed as Deputy Speaker from within the membership of the house in the absence of the Lord Speaker. The order of events of all assemblies of the chamber shall be as follows: The assembly is called to order and a roll call is conducted. If the assembly is lacking a quorum, even with the Lord or Deputy Speaker, the assembly shall be dismissed. Pressing votes, such as those for the King of Kaedrin, shall be conducted first. After voting, where applicable, the Lord or Deputy Speaker shall then address acts forwarded the chamber for consideration. After forwarded acts are considered, the Lord or Deputy Speaker shall then open the floor to propositions from the chamber. Once all business is finished or tabled, or an emergency has arisen, the chamber shall be dismissed. Regulations of the Chamber I. Under no circumstances may a non-peer of Kaedrin hold a seat on the House of Electors. II. Under no circumstances may a member of the House of Commons, or a commoner of Kaedrin, hold a seat on the House of Electors. III. Under no circumstances shall the word of the Lord or Deputy Speaker be disregarded lest it contradicts or is overruled by the word of the King whose authority over such is absolute. IV. Under no circumstances shall any member of the House of Electors bear or brandish arms within an assembly save for the Lord Speaker acting in defence of the chamber. V. All votes on acts forwarded the House of Electors must achieve a simple majority of members present to pass. VI. All votes on propositions for laws or regulations conducted by the House of Electors must achieve a simple majority of members present to pass. VII. The Lord Speaker may veto any vote that passes the House of Electors, lest that vote achieves a two-thirds majority of members present, in which case it cannot be vetoed. VIII. Any veto issued by the Lord Speaker may be overruled by the House of Electors with a two-thirds majority vote of members present. IX. All changes to the framework of the House of Electors require a two-thirds majority vote of members present at an assembly, and approval of the King. X. An eligible candidate for King must achieve a simple majority vote of members present to be elected as the new monarch. XI. The currently reigning monarch, Adrian I of House Helvets, bears a seat on the House of Electors by virtue of his concurrently held Cathalon title, which is inherited automatically by his eldest eligible son. In the event that a previously existing Elector is not elected King, the King shall not hold a seat in the House of Electors. Membership of the Chamber Considering the indefinite membership held by the peers of the realm, their names shall be listed here and struck-through in the event that they no longer hold their seats. If the reigning monarch possesses a seat they shall be denoted with a single ‘K.’ before their name, the Lord Speaker shall be denoted with a single ‘L.’ before their name. K. Hadrian Helvets, Count of Cathalon Richard de Reden, Count of Kreden Caius Marna, Baron of Aldenburg
  12. A bulky red-skinned Uruk named Kindra, who doesn’t come around all too often, hums a tune with his kin as he hears the news.
  13. Please keep the conversation on this post civil, I do not want to see assumptions about targeting devolve into an argument or unpleasant discussion. If you have concerns with the true nature of the post, discuss it with a Moderator.
  14. Your View: ARCAS - Sense of Completeness I’ve overheard some concern expressed around how complete or full the map feels, players expressing that they feel like Arcas was either rushed, or that aspects of the map were neglected. As such, I would like to attempt to tackle these issues by sprucing up parts of the map that are barren, landscarred, or incomplete. To help this process along, we are interested in what areas of the map you feel need the most improvement. - Are there any specific world builds that come to mind as being aesthetically displeasing or unfinished? - Are there any specific natural areas of the map that come to mind as being very bland, borderline landscarred, or lacking in completeness? - When it comes to a map feeling finished or immersive, do you prefer to see a lot of “life” in the sense of lush nature and unique terrain, do you prefer to see a lot of “history” in the sense of ruins and signs of past civilizations, or do you prefer to see both heavily intertwined? If you have any other feedback to provide on this topic it would be appreciated. Thanks!
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