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  1. A landscape of Lake Voron, circa. 454 E.S. Naf zwy 5th hag i Joma ag Umund i 476 E.S. PENNED BY: HOLLY RODDAM @Piov & OTTO MALCOLM GANT @Drew2_dude The kingdom is at a pivotal point. As the leading polity with vibrant culture and boundless growth, Haense is in a position to embark in new directions to invigorate its burgeoning social, political, and territorial integrity. This pivotal point can be understood as a moment of multitudes characterized by the advancement of Haense in arenas that demonstrate her enduring presence and ever-expanding horizons. To understand our present, we must first be mindful of how we got here. Regarding the preceding long century, our reflection encompasses events between 339 to 459 E.S. (1786-1906 IC). Spanning across four reigns, Haense’s Almaris Century underscores the evolutionary viewpoints by which modern Haeseni geopolitics is established. Since Haeseni independence, King Josef’s reign saw the beginnings of a new vision for the kingdom’s objectives. Haense emerged as a leading power that cultivated some of the unlikeliest of alliances. Forging new ties and overcoming prejudices from centuries-old grievances, King Josef’s reign saw a novel alignment that rekindled mutual interests with Dwarven and Norlandic diplomacy through the Iron Accords. Safeguarding against potential encroachment, Haense had proven its ability to act through its independent will and ensured its sovereign integrity in an increasingly complex Almarisian political topography. Scenes from the Sutican Intervention, 387 E.S. His successor, Henrik II, affirmed the sovereign and diplomatic ties that maintained mutual respect among nations and safeguarded Haeseni interests as the kingdom increasingly participated in interregional affairs. The Sutican Intervention saw Haense’s expansive military and geographical presence. Deploying military and economic aid to buttress support for Johanna I as head of the Sutican Trade Principality, Henrik II’s reign ushered in the kingdom’s decisive action in shaping the order of the Almarisian Southlands. Yet, Henrik II’s enduring legacy in the shaping of Haeseni foreign affairs was his assertion of the Heinrik II Doctrine. The brainchild of Emissar Andrik Jan Baruch, Haeseni foreign policy was enshrined as an official position adopted by the Monarchy. The doctrine marked a watershed moment in the kingdom’s orientation to the political dynamics that would come to define Haense’s Almaris Century. The doctrine underscored Haense’s unrelenting commitment to maintain her treaty obligations and to furnish all necessary military and economic responsibilities for the defense of human freedom, the Jeremic Liberties, against illiberal rogue states and those who threaten Canonist Princedoms. Accompanying these efforts was an acute investment in Haense’s martial capacity and a strategic outward projection of her cultural cosmopolitanism. Another test to Haense’s resolve came with the reign of King Sigismund III during the onset of the Sinner’s War. Haense’s foreign policy entered into the contentious field of ecclesiastical and Heartland political antagonisms. The Heartlander fissures, the conflict ensuing with Dwarven forces, and the Pontifical reproach of Imperial virtue positioned Haeseni arbitration as a vital partner in upholding the Church’s declarations and maintaining the precedents according to the Iron Accords. For the third time in history, the Haeseni sovereign was named Fidei Defensor. Haeseni Royal Standard The reign of King Karl III reflected the result of many decisive outcomes in the reshaping of human political realms. Karl’s era marked the ascendency of the Haeseni position as one characterized by longevity, prosperity, and unprecedented expansionism. Her territories, her commerce, her sociality, and her diversity are widely enjoyed by her denizens. The incorporation of new peoples saw the dramatic refashioning of a modern and vibrant Haeseni people. The reconfiguration of political affairs across the domain of humanity also created new opportunities for cultural resurgence, an influx of immigration, the negotiation of new commercial centers, and the spark of innovation. The Nikirala of Discontent is over. Morrivi is upon us. Haense’s Almaris Century tells us that the horizon of possibilities is for the Haeseni people to determine. Apprehending that horizon is what is incumbent for a free and proud self-determined nation. Reckoning with the past is necessary to avoid the foreclosure of a future. Bearing no ill will to the old ties that once bound us with the Heartlands, Haense continues to reflect in the present moment to be cooperators of a free and just world. We look to the future to engender new forms of solidarity and rapprochement. The Haeseni writer, Jan Wielki (or John Walker), once asked: “What is Haense?” We argue that this question must be taken up again in our time. As Wielki compellingly reminds us in his essay, Haense: The Frontier State: “This was the Haeseni identity: the relationship between the individual man, his ambition, and the wilderness that was his home. A Haenseman was an individual who struck out to places yet unexplored- the proverbial the edge of the map- to find his fame, to find his fortune, and to find himself. Indeed; the only times that Haense has ever been master of its own destiny, ever truly ‘mounted the world,’ have been when it fully embraced this immutable fact of its existence.” ~ Jan Wielki We assert that Haense’s Almaris Century is a joyful era, a long century of her expansion, increasing cultural wealth, and geopolitical primacy. In the formation of Haense’s sovereignty, the patrimony that all generations have inherited are encapsulated by the national motto: perrisem ne perrisem (I would have perished had I not persisted). The culmination of this ethos has materialized into Haense’s Almaris Century. The kingdom has enjoyed the fruits of her persistence and will marshal the enduring strength of her people to fulfill the national interest. Haense is an idea with a constant gaze toward utopic worlds. The last Haeseni frost before the arrival of Morrivi, 463 E.S. King Georg has led a multifaceted and incredulous example to renew Haense’s regional and worldly commitment to the kingdom’s relations with others. An inclusive vision requires assessing capacious ways to provide for a rapidly changing society and its accompanying changing geopolitical polarities. Within the domestic front, Karosgrad has continued the promise of its allure, welcoming new faces and pursuing new desires in a world otherwise ravaged by arduousness and uncertainty. What is certain now more than ever is the boundless optimism among the Haeseni. Haense is great because Haense is good. Beyond our borders, there are those who are wondering about Haense’s intentions—our willingness to remain resolute and to lead with conviction. They ask whether or not Haense is fully committed, or can continue to cohere to a singular vision, or if her people have the courage to chart new frontiers and protect longstanding values. The answer is resoundingly “Da”.
  2. WRIT OF APPOINTMENT: DEPUTY PALATINE OF THE REALM “I would have perished had I not persisted” Issued by the GANT CHANCELLERY In accordance with the wishes of the CROWN On this 1st day of Msitza and Dargund of 476 E.S. VA BIRODEO HERZENAV AG EDLERVIK, Following the appointment of Lord Carolus Colborn to the position of Lord Speaker, where he shall sit for the foreseeable future as we enter this new era of the Royal Duma which requires much guidance, the position of Deputy Palatine has been vacated. With the attention of the Chancellery being now primarily focused on forming a back-up stronghold for our nation, should the Mori continue their conquest and capture the Red Jewel of Karosgrad from us, the administration and overseeing of the government is in need to fill this vacancy of deputy immediately, as to alleviate some of the burden of work piling up on the Palatine’s desk. With this in mind, Lord Aleksandr var Ruthern (@Demavend) shall be appointed to the position of Deputy Palatine, where his experience as Grand Peer and Duke in administering and overseeing Vidaus and other nobility shall be very useful. Upon the lightening of the workload and end of the Mori Conflict, be it our evacuation of Karosgrad or victory over the Mori, this appointment shall be reconsidered if a need for new blood arises. We have the utmost faith in the Duke Ruthern’s ability, and believe he shall be vital to the work of the Crown. IV JOVEO MAAN, His Excellency, Otto Gant, Lord Palatine of Hanseti-Ruska and Baron of Gant
  3. THE GANT CHANCELLERY THE CROWN’S ADVISORY COUNCIL “I would have perished had I not persisted” A Landscape of the Royal City of Karosgrad, circa. 475 E.S. On this 7th day of Jula and Piov of 475 E.S. With the appointment of Otto Gant to the Chancellery, he seeks to form a new government in the name of King Georg I upon the principles established by the former Ministry. It is with this in mind, that the Councillors of the Basrid Ministry are relieved of their posts so that the new Chancellor of the Aulic Council may appoint who he deems best fit for the transformation of the Aulic Government. The Aulic Council, as established herein, is the King’s Advisory Council, which shall be headed by the Lord Palatine, the only permanent member of the Council. All other positions within are summoned by their own merit by the Will of the Crown, under the day to day management of the Palatine. These positions which shall be summoned to the Aulic Council are done so with basis to the merit of the position, as well as the competency, loyalty, and perseverance of those who hold the aforementioned positions. Furthermore, new positions may be summoned to the Aulic Council by the Will of the Crown, and no position, except the Lord Palatine, is guaranteed a seat. The Lord Palatine wishes to give insight into the Crown’s new Aulic Council, its positions and those who hold them, as well as the duties of these people. Therefore, this document is published in the name of transparency to alleviate misconceptions of the government. THE CROWN HIS ROYAL MAJESTY, GEORG SIGMUND, KING OF HANSETI AND RUSKA AS THE MONARCH 458 E.S. - Present | 1905 A.H.- Present @gusano The eldest son of King Karl III ‘the Lion’ and Queen Amadea of Susa, HRM King Georg I ascended to the throne in 458 E.S. His reign has since lasted sixteen years, and as we soon enter the seventeenth, the King can look back on a prosperous reign, in which Haeseni foreign policy has flourished, and judicial reforms have brought life back to the Aulic Court. Still a lively Monarch, the King seeks to further invigorate the institutions of the Kingdom, presently occupied with reforms to the Royal Duma (and by extent the noble class), while simultaneously managing ever pressing diplomatic affairs due to the ongoing conflicts. Nevertheless, the King greets most with a smile. THE CHANCELLERY HIS EXCELLENCY, OTTO GANT AS THE LORD PALATINE 474 E.S. - Present | 1921 A.H.- Present @Drew2_dude Otto Gant, serving as XXXVII Palatin and wielder of the Golden Bulava, is entrusted as the penultimate authority of the Realm, second only to the Crown. The Lord Palatine leads the State as Chancellor of the Government and first counsel to the Crown at his behest. Otto Gant rose to prominence through his service as Lord-Regent of the Duchy of Valwyck after the abdication of Valdemar I. As a Respected Statesman in the Aulic Government, The Lord Palatine gained his reputation through his tenure in the Royal Duma and service as Lord Emissar of the Crown. He served as King Georg’s cupbearer at a young age, where he became a close friend and confidant of the young king. THE HONOURABLE, CAROLUS COLBORN, VISCOUNT OF VENZIA AS THE LORD SPEAKER 475 E.S. - Present | 1922 A.H.- Present @Seuss The Viscount of Venzia, serving as XIX Herzen and wielder of the Black Bulava on an interim basis while the Royal Duma faces reform and restructuring. The Lord Speaker is entrusted as the presiding Officer of the Royal Duma, responsible for calling forth sessions during each term, facilitating the deliberation of the Royal Duma, and for delivering legislation to the Crown to receive Royal Assent. The Viscount of Venzia served as the Deputy Palatine to Lord Palatine Iosif Basrid, and proved himself to be an earnest and respectable statesman with a brilliant mind. After the appointment of The Duke of Reinmar to the position of Marshal, The Crown eagerly appointed the Viscount to the position, as he was the most obvious and qualified choice to continue on as Interim Speaker until the body was reformed. HIS GRACE, WILHEIM BARCLAY, DUKE OF REINMAR AS THE LORD MARSHAL 475 E.S. - Present | 1922 A.H.- Present @Fionn__TWG The Duke of Reinmar, serving as XXIII Hauckomandant and wielder of the Iron Bulava during the reign of King Georg. The Lord Marshal is entrusted as the commanding officer of the Kingdom’s national military, his authority second only to that of the Crown, and tasked with leading the defence of the Realm. The Duke of Reinmar served as the Lord Speaker under King Georg for many years, aiding in conducting the Duma reforms. After the resignation of Lord Marshal Sebastian Bishop, The Duke was quickly appointed as his replacement after recommendation from his fellow officers, and for the dire need of leadership against the Mori and anathema Adrians within the Brotherhood. HIS EXCELLENCY, SER VANHART VON ALSTRIEM AS THE LORD TREASURER 462 E.S. - Present | 1909 A.H.- Present @Xarkly Ser Vanhart von Alstriem, serving as XI Aranyiaz and wielder of the Silver Bulava, is entrusted as the Head of the Golden Edvard Amador Bank, holding authority over upholding the Kingdom’s economic affairs, second in this matter only to the Crown, and tasked with advising the Crown on matters of economy. Ser Vanhart served as the Duke-Consort to the Duchy of Reinmar for many years before Lord Wilheim Barclay succeeded to the position of Duke. After this, The Crown quickly named Ser Vanhart to the Marian retinue to protect the King and Royal family that he had grown close with over the years. After the resignation of Maric Colborn as Treasurer, The Crown decided to appoint Ser Vanhart to the position, knowing of his diligent work and book-keeping during his tenure as Duke-Consort and Steward of Reinmar. HER LADYSHIP, ALYONA GODUNOV, BARONESS OF VERSKAYA AS THE LADY EMISSAR 475 E.S. - Present | 1922 A.H.- Present @ibiou The Baroness of Verskaya, serving as XIV Szara and wielder of the Ivory Bulava, entrusted with the diplomatic responsibilities, taking care of international correspondence, as well as drafting and negotiating international treaties and pacts, the establishment of the Crown’s embassies abroad, and the hosting of foreign ambassadors in our Realm. After the appointment of Otto Gant to Lord Palatine, the position of Emissar was left vacant. The Chancellery searched out youthful and energetic candidates that would continue to restore the Ministry to its former prestige. Alyona was determined to be a prime candidate for the appointment after a meeting with Otto and the Crown, and it was decided that she would be entrusted with the task to build up the Ministry once more. HER GRACE, JOSEFINA BARCLAY, DUCHESS OF REINMAR AS THE HIGH SENESCHAL 459 E.S. - Present | 1906 A.H.- Present @crazedpudding The Duchess of Reinmar, serving as XXII Styuard and wielder of the Copper Bulava, is entrusted with overseeing the administration of the Royal Capital and the Crown’s direct lands, as well as keeping record of lands and infrastructure, maintaining and promoting immigration policy, and advising the Crown on matters of interior administration. Previously a keen member of the stewardry beneath the Treasury, Josefina Barclay has brought a renewed enthusiasm to a position which had long suffered until the point where it had been removed as an advisor to King Karl III. With its resurgence upon the Advisory Council of King Georg, it is hoped that the position will re-enter a new age of swift and diligent administration under the leadership of the Duchess. HER EXCELLENCY, VIORICA KORTREVICH, AS THE GRAND LADY 459 E.S. - Present | 1906 A.H.- Present @sarahbarah The former Countess of Jerovitz, serving as XXII Haucherzenas and wielder of the Rose Bulava, is tasked with the maintenance and administration of the Royal Palace, preserving and building upon the etiquette and culture of the Kingdom, and overseeing the various positions of the Royal Court. A long-time friend of both King and Queen, and a previous high-standing member of the Royal Court, serving as Lady Chamberlain to King Karl III and Queen Amadea, as well as being Consort to the Count of Jerovitz, Viorica has shown herself superbly capable within the Realm of Courtly Matters, and stands as a vital figure as they embark on a new era. SER VLADIMIR VAR RUTHERN AS THE KNIGHT PARAMOUNT 471 E.S. - Present | 1918 A.H.- Present @Dyl Ser Vladimir var Ruthern, serving as XX Kossarowain and wielder of the Steel Bulava, is the First Knight of the Table, tasked with watching over all other Knights and their Squires in their course of duties and ensuring that the Order runs with unquestioned integrity. Ser Vladimir served as a Marian Knight and dear friend and protector to King Georg many years before his appointment to the position of Knight Paramount. After the retirement of Ser Conrad Barclay, The Crown easily determined that Ser Vlad would be the best choice to carry out much-needed reforms to the knightly orders of the Kingdom of Haense. [REDACTED] AS THE EYE OF KAROV [REDACTED] [REDACTED]. - Present | [REDACTED] - Present @[REDACTED] [REDACTED]
  4. “Ea byk zwem zanyotsk ter ea byk denpetravesk” Motto of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska ‘I would have perished had I not persisted’ THE VYRONOV CONSPIRACY FILES orig. 285 E.S. | pub. 473 E.S. Or, A REPORT ON THE DEATH OF LORD PALATINE GEORG ALIMAR BY PRINCE OTTO SIGMAR & COUNT SIGMAR BARUCH DECLASSIFIED BY THE GANT COMMISSION FOREWORD FROM HIS MAJESTY GEORG I A couple of years ago, We and Our Confidante, Otto Gant, whom has served faithfully as both Deputy Palatine and Aulic Envoy previously, and who now has assumed the mantle of Our Lord Palatine, uncovered a series of older documents written by statesmen of Haeseni past. This document which you will now read is the first of many which I have tasked the new Lord Palatine with declassifying. Here, upon the 200th anniversary of the death of Prince Georg Alimar, Lord Palatine during the War of the Two Emperors, and Our own namesake, shall Lord Palatine Otto Gant begin and form the Gant Commission, tasked with procuring and declassifying old, previously restricted documents, so that this Kingdom may gain insight into the history long ago, and further develop a culture of transparent governance. Damar lifsti va Edlerviki. SUMMARY This report was compiled by Prince Otto Sigmar, brother of the late Lord Palatine, and Lord Sigmar Baruch, Count of Ayr, to uncover the untimely events leading up to and following the death of Prince Georg Stanimar of the House of Barbanov-Alimar and his brother Prince Godfric Branimar. Detailing below, our findings follow the timeline of events that were likely a result of a concerted effort by the House of Vyronov to oust the Alimar Regency. DETAILS In 271 E.S. (1718 A.H.) Prince Georg Stanimar of House Barbanov-Alimar was appointed as Lord Palatine and Regent of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska following the sudden death of King Marius II by an assailant. Some in the court of King Marius II were dissatisfied that a member of the Alimar branch was chosen to head the Aulic Government. It was evident that Lord Lerald Vyronov was a favored candidate among the Haeseni peerage. Following the announcement in the throne room, Lord Vyronov and Prince Georg were seen to have a tense exchange before the former departed the capital to return to Graiswald. It is assumed that Prince Georg appointed Lord Vyronov as Deputy Palatine, and therefore a heartbeat away from the Chancellery, in an attempt to calm the tensions between the two factions in government. Two years later, Prince Georg (then acting as Regent to the young King Andrik III) was kidnapped in the Harold Bell tavern of the capital city of Old Reza by Renatian Dragon Knights and executed in Helena. Taken alongside him were Prince Godfric Branimar and Ser Ulric Vyronov, of whom only the latter returned alive with only minor cuts and bruises. An investigation into the events of this night by Royal Agent Siegmund Corbish concluded that the two Alimars were inebriated. The barmaid on duty that night revealed that Ser Ulric had been the one to buy the drinks that night, and that he had actively encouraged the Princes to drink more. Soon after the murder of the Princes, Lord Lerald Vyronov was promoted to the office of Lord Palatine and quickly moved to secure his position. He organized the betrothal of his young daughter, Lady Katharina, to King Andrik III and any whispers of a conspiracy were suppressed by the Palatine, with offenders sent into exile or sworn to silence under penalty of death. Agent Corbish reports that he observed Ser Ulric having sporadic bouts of regret, confessing his guilt to any who would listen, namely his wife Dame Primrose Kortrevich; though this was often dismissed as the ramblings of a mad man. These outbursts continued until the Lord Palatine held a secret meeting with his brother, the content of which our agent was unable to attain. Ser Ulric was unexpectedly murdered five years later by Erik Kortrevich, a known associate of Lord Vyronov. After rumors of the ‘Vyronov Conspiracy’ began to spread across the demesne of Haense, Lord Vyronov decreased his display of public affairs as he developed a deep sense of paranoia and delusions. By 1732, Lerald Vyronov’s health rapidly deteriorated as he contracted an unknown illness. On his short death-bed, he maintained his innocence to the series of allegations pinned against him. CONCLUSION In our report, we can conclude that it was highly likely that the House of Vyronov led a conscious effort to oust the Alimar Regency. We pen these words in the years following the end of the Vyronov ministry and hope that this report might be considered part of the royal archives.
  5. GRAND OPENING: GEORGIAN MUSEUM OF HISTORIES Issued by the MUSEUM CHANCELLOR On this 10th day of Wuzvar and Byvca of 474 E.S. ANNOUNCEMENT After years of curation and compiling of sources and information to be made readily available to the public, we are happy to announce the Grand Opening of the Georgian Museum of Histories. A new age of historical preservation and learning is upon us and all Haeseni are invited to the inaugural day of its public service. All exhibits are now fully open and to be enjoyed by the people. OPENING CEREMONY The Chancellor and his councillors of the Georgian Museum do hereby invite any Haeseni citizen or even the interested history lovers of abroad to come and partake in the opening ceremony of the Haeseni histories museum in the Royal City of Karosgrad. The agenda for the launch of the institute will be as follows and in order: A speech by the Chancellor of the Museum followed by the ribbon cutting at the entrance to the building, then a guided tour by the Chancellor and his staff to be brought to an end with a reception and a quiz consisting of the learned company from the evening. CHANCELLOR’S SPEECH To begin the night, the Chancellor of the Museum, Otto Gant, will address the attendees with a speech pertaining to the good work done by his staff, what the museum offers and its future moving forward. A speech for the ages and not to be missed. RIBBON CUTTING Once the Chancellor’s speech has concluded then the ribbon will be cut by King Georg and the museum considered officially open! No opening of a Haeseni institution is complete without the Carrion Black smashing, one bottle will be provided to all the onlookers. GUIDED TOUR Once the doors have officially opened for good then the opening will be commemorated by a guided tour around all six of the completed exhibits by the Chancellor and his staff themselves. Come with us and explore, in order, the Hall of Kings, Palatines, Wars, Saints, Nobles and Figures. Questions can be asked at the end of each exhibit and are in fact encouraged. RECEPTION & QUIZ To conclude the momentous evening, there shall be a reception held in the main hall of the museum where food and drinks shall be served for the attendees to enjoy, free of charge. We encourage everyone present to intermingle, share anecdotes and opinions on the exhibits and finally have an enjoyable time. Once everyone has partaken in enough food and drink there will be a quiz on Haeseni history with a prize for the winning person or team. Those that make it to this point in the night will be gifted a commemorative piece, a memorial to the Grand Opening and stamped with the year. TIME AND DATE OF EVENT His Excellency, Otto Gant, Lord Palatine of Hanseti-Ruska and Chancellor of the Georgian Museum
  6. MINISTRY OF THE EMISSAR Issued by the LORD EMISSAR Naf zwy 4th hag i Misitza ag i 468 E.S. OFFICE HIERARCHY Lord Emissar Otto Gant The Lord Emissar (Herzen Vykomyn) is the highest official to represent the Crown in foreign affairs. Under the Emissar’s expertise and guidance, the Aulic Ambassadors manage the Crown’s foreign relations. The Emissar has the Crown’s designated authority to judge and enforce His Majesty’s Will outside of Haeseni Borders. INCUMBENT: Otto Malcolm Gant The Vice-Emissar (Vize-Vykomyn) is the second highest official within the Ministry of the Emissar. In cases of the absence of the Lord Emissar, the Vice-Emissar shall attend events and meetings in his stead, and if need be, advise the Crown on Foreign affairs. The Vice-Emissar can order and manage Aulic Ambassadors, given the authorization and approval of the Lord Emissar. INCUMBENT: Vacant AULIC AMBASSADOR The Aulic Ambassadors are skilled diplomats assigned to a nation or group outside of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. They are appointed at the discretion of the Lord Emissar and tasked with representing the Crown and the Aulic Government, follow the Lord Emissar’s political direction and cultivate Haeseni culture abroad. Aulic Ambassadors may be designated an Embassy in their assigned nation, and are expected to attend and keep informed of the activities of their assigned nation. Ambassador Posts: I. United Kingdom of Aunn - Ser Sebastian Ashford de Savoie II. Kingdom of Balian - Olessya Amador III. March of the Barrowlands - Sterling Amador IV. Principality of Celia’nor - Lukas Radovanic V. Kingdom of Norland - Vacant VI. Commonwealth of the Petra - Marius Audemar Barbanov VII. Grand Kingdom of Urguan - Illaria Amador DEPUTY AMBASSADOR Deputy Ambassadors are junior diplomats assigned to assist and learn from an Aulic Ambassador with their duties in a foreign nation. Adjutants can be appointed because of their affiliation with the relevant nation or because of a working, trusting relationship with the Aulic Ambassador. an Aulic Ambassador can request permission from the Lord Emissar to employ someone as an Adjutant. RECRUITMENT The Emissar Ministry is always looking for well-read, intelligent, and silver tongued individuals that wish to serve their Kingdom and expand the horizons of our foreign affairs. If any Haeseni is interested in becoming a diplomat for the Kingdom of Haense, seek out the Lord Emissar for employment or an apprenticeship under the tutelage of one of our renowned ambassadors. IV JOVEO MAAN, His Excellency, Otto Malcolm Gant, Lord Emissar of Hanseti-Ruska, Lord Regent of the Duchy of Valwyck, Baron of Gant His Excellency, Iosif Basrid, Lord Palatine of Hanseti-Ruska and Patriarch of Jorenus
  7. MC Name: DrewDOOD Discord: Drew#7225 Image: Description of Image: a portrait of a King of Haense for the Museum Dimensions: 2x2
  8. MC Name: DrewDOOD Discord: Drew#7225 Image: Description of Image: Pixelated art for new museum of the Previous Kings of Haense. Dimensions: 2x2
  9. GEORGIAN MUSEUM OF HISTORIES Issued by the DEPUTY PALATINE Naf zwy 6th hag i Vmey ag Hyff i 466 E.S. ESTABLISHMENT After the dissolution of the Northern Geographical Society, the Kingdom of Haense has seen fit to establish a public museum devoted to the safekeeping and recording of Haeseni History. The Georgian Museum of (Haeseni) Histories has been established by the Office of the Palatine to conduct and record historical affairs in order to preserve knowledge and inform the general public of the longstanding and rich history the Kingdom of Haense has endeavored. Deputy Palatine, Otto Malcolm Gant has been appointed as acting Chancellor (Kanzler) of the Georgian Museum of Histories. It is the duty of the Chancellor to curate exhibits, staff the museum, and establish and appoint the members of the Chancery, which shall serve as the governing board of the Museum. CURRENT EXHIBITS HALL OF KINGS This Exhibit documents the lineage and reign of each king of Hanseti-Ruska from the Petrovic Era to Contemporary Era. The hall contains a bust of each king, a portrait, and a short biography of their reign. HALL OF PALATINES This Exhibit documents the tenures and achievements of each Lord Palatine of Hanseti-Ruska from the Petrovic Era to Contemporary Era. The hall contains a bust or portrait of each Palatine and a short biography of their tenure. HALL OF WARS This Exhibit documents the involvement of Hanseti-Ruska and the preceding Duchy of Haense in the many wars of humanity. The hall contains a painting of a major battle during the aforementioned war and a short biography of the events. HALL OF SAINTS This Exhibit documents a few of the most notable patron saints of Hanseti-Ruska. The hall contains five busts of the most notable Saints of Hanseti-Ruska and its preceding states, NOTE: This hall does not contain all Haeseni Saints as the lack of room did not permit for the inclusion of everyone. HALL OF CAPITALS This Exhibit documents the major Capitals of Hanseti-Ruska throughout the many centuries of its existence. The hall is decorated with paintings of the six major Capitals of Hanseti-Ruska including our current capital, Karosgrad. HALL OF NOBLES This Exhibit documents the many noble houses throughout the centuries of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. The hall contains a banner of each noble house. NOTE: Not all of these houses are still ennobled, this hall encompasses noble houses throughout the generations of Haense, those that are currently ignoble are represented by an X on their placard. Similarly, this hall only includes the majority of houses, not all could be included as room did not permit this luxury. HALL OF FIGURES This Exhibit documents a few of the notable figures throughout the history of the Kingdom of Hanseti-Ruska. The hall contains a bust and placard of each notable figure. NOTE: this hall does not contain all notable figures of Haense, as it would not be plausible to include everyone that made their mark on the Kingdom’s history. If you think the Hall of Figures is missing someone particularly important. Contact Chancellor Gant (@Drew2_dude) and you may purchase a bust plot for 200-700 minae, depending on location. POSITIONS CHANCELLOR: Otto Malcolm Gant (@Drew2_dude) The Chancellor of the Museum is in charge of curating and staffing the museum, as well as appointing and establishing the governing Chancery Board to make decisions and plans for the future of the Georgian Museum of (Haeseni) Histories. CHANCERY COUNCILLORS: Iosif Patriarch Jorenus (@Nolan_), [2 SEATS VACANT] Chancery Councillors aid in the planning and executive decision making process for the Georgian Museum of (Haeseni) Histories, Currently, there are three seats on the Chancery Board of the Museum. TOUR GUIDES: VACANT [SEEKING INTERESTED PARTIES] Tour guides are people that are dedicated to offering comprehensive, in-depth tours of the museum and its various exhibits to the general public. While the tour guide positions are unpaid, these men and women are nonetheless vital to the daily operations of the Georgian Museum of Histories. MUSEUM MANAGERS: VACANT [SEEKING INTERESTED PARTIES] Museum Managers are charged with administering the day to day operations of the museum building. This includes the training of museum tour guides, orchestrating special exhibits and events, and the management of other museum staff.
  10. Otto Gant would look upon the missive puzzled, "Well, considerin' we've never been informed or invited to a Diet, hard to go. Clearly these fools do not wish for our attendance. Maybe its time we make them honour an oath that has been unkept and broken for too long."
  11. ROYAL INQUISITOR; A WRIT OF SUMMONS Issued by the ROYAL INQUISITOR OF THE ROYAL DUMA Naf zwy 13th hag i Vzmey ag Hyff i 465 E.S. VA BIRODEO HERZENAV E EDLERVIK, It has been many years since the august body of the Royal Duma has received an update on the inner workings of the Office of the Treasury. With the appointment of Ser Vanhart Barclay to the position of Royal Treasurer, it is the wish of the Inquisitor to summon the newly appointed party so that he may brief and inform the members of the Duma on the status of the Crown’s coffers and the administerial affairs of the Capital stewardry. We hope to see the Treasurer at the earliest convenience, the next session of the Royal Duma, so that he may address members with any issues and or successes he may have encountered in his brief tenure. BY MOUNTAIN, RIVER, AND COAL, His Excellency, Otto Baruch-Gant, Royal Inquisitor of the Duma, Deputy Palatine of Hanseti-Ruska, Lord Regent and Steward of the Duchy of Valwyck, Baron of Gant
  12. INQUISITORIAL WRIT OF SUMMONS; THE OFFICE OF THE JUSTICIAR Issued by the ROYAL INQUISITOR OF THE ROYAL DUMA Naf zwy 16th hag i Gronna ag Droba i 461 E.S. VA BIRODEO HERZENAV E EDLERVIK, After the numerous issues brought forth by the trial of Alejandro Sands, The Inquisitor of the Royal Duma doth hereby summon the High Justiciar Adele Ludovar alongside Jovennar Atilan Bishop to explain exactly what occurred. It is our wish to further understand and effectively remedy the complications that transpired during the lengthy and tedious trial. For one, the issue of the trial being held in private and the spectators ejected from the courtroom, leaving those present unsure if justice was truly served. Another being the problem of ruffians outside the courthouse causing issues for fleeing spectators, robbing and harassing them whilst no protection was truly afforded. We hope to see you by the next Duma session to settle these problems once and for all. BY MOUNTAIN, RIVER, AND COAL, His Excellency, Otto Baruch-Gant, Royal Inquisitor of the Duma, Deputy Palatine of Hanseti-Ruska, Lord Regent and Steward of the Duchy of Valwyck, Baron of Gant
  13. Otto Gant lofted a brow whilst reading the missive alongside King Georg, “Interestin’, justice among the shadows is hardly justice at all. Maybe this is a matter for the Inquisitor of the Duma to look into.”
  14. Otto Gant would sigh, "If only this whole affair could've been kept private... the umbrage felt by each side should have been kept discreet until the time of the Herzenvest..."
  15. TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CELESTIAL TRUST, It is my honour to be an applicant of the Maric Ruthern Grant. I am Otto Gant, Lord Regent of Valwyck and Deputy Palatine to the Bishop and Palatine, Lord Iosef. I am currently undertaking the extraordinary task, along with a few fellow palatial officers and interested parties, to renovate and reestablish a museum within Hanseti-Ruska. With the hole the closing of the NGS has left within our hearts and the city of Karosgrad, it is my hope that we are somewhat able to fill and satisfy the needs of people who are eager to learn and wish to further educate themselves, and also to honour the forefathers of our nation that is ever so persistent. This museum will not be as international or far-reaching as the NGS, but it will honour the history of Hanseti-Ruska, and those who built the nation we now defend, preserve, and sustain. Thank you for your consideration. Signed, His Excellency, Otto Baruch-Gant, Lord Regent and Steward of the Duchy of Valwyck, Baron of Gant
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