Decree of Succession

Decree of Succession By Royal Decree I, Elspeth, Queen of Albion, following the death of my only son and heir Elias Karlennon, do hereby name Alisha, daughter of Jasper Karlennon heir to the throne of Albion until such time as Elspeth, Queen of Albion shall give birth to an heir of her own. Should Alisha…

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How the Line of Kings was Lost

As recorded by Elemmhir Lanatrea, Scribe and Archivist to the Queen’s Household After the death of Arthur II there followed several generations of relative peace and plenty. The Land of Albion had a True King and was ruled wisely. The King’s benevolence rubbed off onto his vassals who in turn looked to their own people….

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The rise of the noble households

After the death of Arthur II there followed several generations of relative peace and plenty. The Land of Albion had a True King and was ruled wisely. The King’s benevolence rubbed off onto his vassals who in turn looked to their own people. Serfdom was abolished and three great families rose to prominence amongst the…

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Sir Gawain

This story was found in paperwork held by an old librarian in the region of Penross in 1110. My Story I tell to you now is a secret I commend to the Hunter to be revealed when it is the time of man again and that they need to understand from whence they came. I…

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Etiquette – Albione names

It is tradition in Albion that people are given family names. This tends to lead to the same named being used by a family and people being named after Aunts and Uncles. They and the person that they are named after are referred to as “namesakes” and as such they were. Most people only have…

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Cosmology and Life

It should be noted that these documents predate the cataclysm since when much has changed including the ability to travel from this egg to others. The Author is believed to be the Aratian philosopher Atan al-Rashish, written by his scribe Tiresh, 553 years before the founding of the Great Library of Norhault. Translated from the…

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The Seven Swords of Waylund and the Pendragon Throne

This history is compiled by Ellemmhir Lanatrea from the researches conducted by Lady Elspeth Karlennon (now Queen Elspeth) who became the Guardian of the Seven Swords of Waylund during the Gathering of 1095 in Norsca. Special thanks are also due to the Grand Master Mage Floris Brand, Schadel Ra and Edmund Blackadder, the then leader…

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A Tale of House Corvidae

In the reign of the young Arthur II the commander of the King’s forces had been one Hroc, known as Rook. He became the King’s Lord Chancellor and was succeeded by his son; the position quickly became hereditary although not always from father to son, sometimes one would stand aside for a more capable cousin…

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A Gazetter of Erdreja

This is by far an incomplete attempt to put together the knowledge of various places around the world. ARCADIA This is the traditional home of the fae and is a parallel world to that of mortals. It is separated by a veil that thus far has only been crossed by the fae. It is a…

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