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Both signatures are authentic.The island of Adron hereby belongs to Daelyn Mitore, until the day he disappears, dies or wishes to sell it. If the island is sold the new owner must be approved by the current leader of Troll’s Bane. If the owner of the island is to die, it shall be given to an heir approved by the current leader of Troll’s Bane, or if no heir is announced in the will of the old owner it shall once again be the property of Troll’s Bane government.
The laws of Troll’s Bane apply on the island of Adron. The island is treated as normal private property, with the Guard enjoying full authority on the island. As the owner, Daelyn Mitore may banish individuals from the island as he pleases, but may under no circumstances banish members of the Royal Families or Guard of Troll’s Bane.
Sign: Daelyn Mitore
Sign: Lord Cromwell
If you want to gain votes, i think bribing would look better than this peverse arse-licking.Julius wrote:Greetings there Mister Marescot,
I've idly peered over this boards for too long and watched you slender nobles' names. You must understand that with these reforms, Edward and Liam did not simply choose men and women who paid first or paid the fastest, they chose men and women who could lead. Who had the ripe ability and the dignity of a noble. Because Julius Rothman is a egotistical and sometimes carrier of many titles, I don't think he represents the entire circle.
Many of these nobles you have claimed unjustly insults upon couldn't be further from the truth. If you wish to drudge up old habits of mine and the dark cloud that surrounds my past, then by all means do so. Slender my name and do whatever you wish. However, the other nobles only wish what's best for Trolls Bane and hold no ties to anything about the few of us that you talk about.
As for the reforms and their purpose.. as Eli as stated their is not a united Kingdom anywhere that goes by the traditions of the old Trolls Bane. Quite frankly, it took me some time to get down the basis of the old system upon my first step upon this isle. I was appalled by it, to put it blatantly. Not only did the old system have someone famous (and not the simple farmer, mind you) winning every time but it also had much corruption.
Ever since I stepped on this isle, I've seen more corruption in the elections then I have in my life. Your Knighthood places every single member in your ranks as a citizen and then voting for your candidate as governor is.. even if you claim it's not, a form of corruption. Men paying off voters and other corrupted ideals were held in the old system. Not only this, but I've watched the Governor seat change from hand to hand (each time to someone more then a peasant, mind you) and the new Governor doing nothing new.
He would come in and change the town parchment, repel a bandit attack, collect taxes, and hardly do any good for the town at all. The reforms do more for the town then you think they do. Your vision is simply blinded by the jealousy of yourself not being chosen to be a noble. As for your Keep, I already made it known, as well as all the other nobles that your land will be restored and the relations of the town and yourself will improve.
If you wish to lead a revolution against this.. noble power then by all means, the gates are open. It won't be us that calls you an outlaw, it will be your actions against men and women who are innocent that gives it to you. Don't expect your attacks not to be repealed and your Knighthood to crumble. The same thing happened to myself when I attempted the same thing, screaming the same thing as you about corruption, and unequal rights. An attack against the town, no matter the system that is in place, is a crime. I of all people should know that, Mister Marescot.
Lord Julius Rothman
Apologies, you are correct. Well then let me congratulate you archduke and hope this turns out better than i suspect it will.Julius wrote:I see that they do not teach basic arithmetic to the children of Albar. I believe if you knew how to total votes, you'd easily come to the conclusion that I've already won. Making any supposed "arse licking" irrelevant.
Father Thyme has given the pledge and is thus appointed as the first Archbishop of Trollsbane.1.) The Monastery remains under the Authority of Trollsbane law and a part of Trollsbane. It will be handed over to the Credii and the Church of Gobaith, who form the backbone of the new administration of the area.
2.) The Monastery shall be turned into an administrative area known as the "Archbishopric", while the names of the individual buildings can remain as they are. Following the name-change, the leader of the Archbishopric is known as the Archbishop.
a.) Father Thyme shall be named as the first Archbishop, and he pledges loyalty to the laws and social order of the Archduchy.
b.) Father Thyme, as all the future archbishops, must give a pledge of loyalty to the Archduchy of Trollsbane before he can ascend to the position. This pledge must be made in the manner specified in 2-d.
c.) The Archbishopric shall have peace to conduct it's business as they wish, as long as the pledge is respected and the pious and shall be allowed to pray on the land.
d.) The exact wording of the pledge: "I, -name- hereby swear in the name of -name-, to diligently and without desire for personal gain to perform my duties as the Archbishop. I shall shepherd the flock fairly, to be pious and respect the laws of Trollsbane. I thank the Almighty gods who have blessed me, and pray that I shall serve them well, for they are the beginning and the end, and I am a mere mortal."
e.) The Archbishop manages his own organization, and should have elections amongst the priests of the Archbishopric on set intervals. Citizenship of another town or area does not prevent a priest from becoming the Archbishop. However, only the priests and monks of the Archbishopric shall be given the right to vote or run for becoming an archbishop.
f.) The priests of the archbishopric are allowed to have their own congregations or churches, and are not forced to cooperate with each other beyond adhering to the commands of the Archbishop, and the election of the Archbishop.
g.) The archbishop has the right to sanction monks and priests for misbehavior, and to ban individuals for committing crimes or blasphemy within the Archbishopric territory.
3.) The archbishop and the archbishopric shall enjoy a status comparable to a borough with a single vote, with the exception that only those Archbishops who are citizens of Trollsbane shall be able to exercise their right to vote. Furthermore, this vote is only available in the election for the governor, and the Archbishop does not have any connection with the council of Nobles.