Breanna Felbourne, head of the order of Nethras- memoirs

Taken from the notes within The Order Of Nethras Book. GEF 1118 Writings by Breanna Felbourne, Head of the order of Nethras, Protector of Milford, Apprentice to Echo of Albion. As a sit and write this in what is probably to be my last night in Keswick, I cannot help but wonder, is it possible…

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Letter to The Pendragon Heir

Dictated by Lord Protector Sir Ross Pendragon to Althea Emmet, Scribe of The Pendragon Throne, during the Fayre of 1118, a mere hour before the rite was performed that crowned Wyndrake Winterheart as the True Heir of The Pendragon Throne. Your Majesty, There has not been a day pass that your discovery has not focused…

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Warrant of Appointment

By Royal decree Althea Emmet is hereby appointed to the position of Scribe of The Pendragon Throne until such a time that she is unable to carry out the necessary duties that the position requires. Signed Arturus Magnus Rex Sir Ross Pendragon

Foreign Detail Missive: Great Erdrejan Fayre 1118

– From the Office of the Lord Ambassador of Albion Subjects of the Albion Throne, I write to keep you abreast of events taking place outside our borders, and across Erdreja. Factional Relations with the Guilds: Following the attack on the Lions Faction, by the Guilds, it was agreed that the 10 Nations of the…

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Foreign Detail Missive: The First Moot 1118

Foreign Detail Missive: The First Moot 1118 – From the Office of the Lord Ambassador of Albion Subjects of the Albion Throne, I write to keep you abreast of events taking place outside our borders, and across Erdreja. Lions under Siege: It has been brought to the attention of the Ambassadors Office that our Friends…

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Excerpt – The Art of Diplomancy by Addemar Fitzhoward

Though initially passed by in our initial search, this book was brought to our attention by a librarian, owing to the section within which focuses on Marital Alliances with Other Nations as a tool for diplomacy, giving examples of ages past – The Art of Diplomancy by Addemar Fitzhoward – “For peace reigned in Albion,…

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On Writing by Wagglestaff the Bard

The works of Londinium-based bard Wagglestaff are myriad, but amongst them are several which are inspired by the lives and deeds of the Kings and Queens of Albion. Amongst them is the play known as “Love & Duty” – which was, allegedly, inspired by the life and times of Matthew Pendragon, a Prince of Albion…

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White Ship Wreckage Reports

A report dated from the same year that the White Ship was lost in the seas between Southern Albion and Lyonesse: “We did find washed up on Lundy’s shores some timbers, well-felled and constructed, of the finest white wood that we had ever seen. The beachcombers were sore pressed to hand them over to us…

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The Pilgrimage of the Loyal

The Pilgrimage of the Loyal was the worst uprising in the Reign of the Council of Albion. It was a direct result of the decision of Chancellor Ravern’s successor that the search for the True Heir should be abandoned, a policy which confused and angered most Albiones. The original rebellion began at in Lincoln in…

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Letters of Aloyisius Frobisher

In a book from the diplomancy section of the library, we discovered the following letters, in a bundle of correspondence from the Ambassador’s Office, dated some years after the loss of the white ship. When queried with a librarian, they believed that there are several letters from Aloysius Frobisher: “841 My Lord Chancellor, As per…

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