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    Re: Victor's Gathering

    Gilbert votes for Robert

    Hugh votes for himself
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    Re: Victor's Gathering

    Lord Raymond, I concede that my brother has his own concerns in France and will focus his efforts to maintain his own realm. But let’s not brush aside the value of familial ties to Europe after all...
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    Re: Victor's Gathering

    Hugh speaks

    Robert you are right in many accounts, but do you wish to become King of England or Jerusalem? You can not be both, for one kingdom is thousands of miles apart from the other. I too am...
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    Re: Victor's Gathering

    Hugh felt this was his destiny, his older brother ruling France whilst himself ruling over the Kingdom of Jerusalem.

    Hugh stepped forward to become King

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    Gilbert de Clare wanted...
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    Re: Victor's Gathering

    Hugh Capet entered the room wearing the his families coat of arms, he was descended from French Kings and he wanted everyone to remember that.

    Gilbert de Clare entered with his cousin Robert de...
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    Re: The Siege of Jerusalem

    As the men began to rush through the gates Hugh took his men to the city treasury hacking away at the infidels as they ran through the streets. It was a blood bath, the streets were filled with pools...
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    Re: Patronus Award

    My concerns are simple, creating this award will promote citizenship at least on the side sponsorship but my fear is that sponsors will lower their own expectations and in turn lower the standards of...
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    Re: The Siege of Jerusalem

    Gilbert de Clare stood alongside his cousin Robert of Normandie as John Talbot entered the tent, the map of the upcoming assault behind them.
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    Re: The Siege of Jerusalem

    Whilst waiting Hugh encourages his men to practice, his army may not be the largest on the crusade but they are the most disciplined.

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    Lord Gilbert de Clare accompanies Robert of...
  10. Sticky: Re: The Honorable Club of Role Playing Gentlemen and Ladies of the Center Total war

    how is the civil service treating you?

    are you interested role playing again?
  11. Sticky: Re: The Honorable Club of Role Playing Gentlemen and Ladies of the Center Total war

    Who are you again?
  12. Sticky: Re: The Honorable Club of Role Playing Gentlemen and Ladies of the Center Total war

    Hey Narf, welcome back
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    Re: The Presidential Residence

    The Vice Presidency is a more of a punishment than an honour, my job if it can even be called that is to merely listen hours on end whilst never able to give my opinion. I may become insane by the...
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    Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    He has been practicing for over 12 years. I was about his age when I was called to the bench, of course providence had a different fate in mind for myself. Why? Are you considering my son for the...
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    Re: The Presidential Residence

    I would suggest Mr. Thomas Lindberg for US Attorney, I have had the opportunity to read his writings. His earlier writings supported a strong central government to which I am akin but he has since...
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    Re: The Presidential Residence

    Richard knocks on the door waiting to be let in
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    Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    I myself haven’t practiced law since the revolution, and to be honest I’d be clueless as to whom may make a worthy candidate. All of my acquaintances are either too old or dead but my son Thomas has...
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    Re: Congress - The Senate

    Richard looked down on his papers and began to write
    Mr. Lionheart I commend your diligence in this matter, this chamber is in need of a senate secretary. if you would accept my nomination I would...
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    Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    Richard smiled
    Indeed I am Mr. President, this is a wonderful party. And yourself, how is your family?
    Richard wasn’t much for parties but understood the importance, though as he stood his raced...
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    Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    Richard contemplated returning home, he grew tired of the festivities and wished to see his wife. This day was for Lionheart, his own absent would go unnoticed by the guests. Richard decide to stay a...
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    Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    I like all Americans are indebted to our French allies who helped us achieve our independence, yet one cannot forget the bonds of kinship we share with Britain. It is with great importance that we...
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    Peacefield Manor, Massachusetts

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    Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    It was a struggle in those days, the contential Congress was refusing to adopt the Massachusetts militia, they refused to send supplies and reinforcements, they refused to declare war hoping Britain...
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    Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    Indeed General Harris the pleasure is mine.
    I am bewildered by my role as Vice President in which I am nothing but yet could be everything. In these coming months it will be imperative to define the...
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    Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    Richard G. Clare Vice President of the United States attended the ceremony standing upon the balcony with President Lionheart to his left.

    Hear me, Citizens of these free United of States. ...
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    Re: Sign Up Thread

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e4/CoA_Gilbert_de_Clare.svg

    WIP

    Richard Gilbert Clare - b. 1735 (age: 54), m. 1751 to Elizabeth Sarah Taylor, four children, four surviving
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    Sticky: Re: New Citizens Post Here

    the CdeC a distant memory now, only whispered by the few who remember it

    welcome young ones, let me tell you of the Curial golden age
  28. Re: Early American RPG Character & Family Planning Thread

    LW- Pennsylvania (along with John Adams)
  29. Re: Early American RPG Character & Family Planning Thread

    John Adams - LW
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    Re: Say something of the next Country!

    It is leased

    Armenia
  31. Re: The new ''How famous are YOU on twcenter?'' game (Read OP)

    10/10
  32. Re: Relocation to Canada - What do you think?

    It’s not as easy as you think, there are many barriers to entry.
  33. Thread: Role call

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    Re: Role call

    Im still here
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    Sticky: Re: Storms End, Seat of House Baratheon

    Id suggest travelling to old town, kings landing is preoccupied with other matters.
    Richard signaled for parchment and wax, he poured the wax unto the parchment and then stamped his crest
    you now...
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    Sticky: Re: Storms End, Seat of House Baratheon

    I would have you go to House Hightower, discuss an alliance through marriage and the possibility of removing house tyrell in favour of their own. Should they be interested in becoming warden of the...
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    Sticky: Re: Storms End, Seat of House Baratheon

    Richard walked down for his room to the great hall, his mind on the reach. He walked towards Raphael waving his hand to stand up, at that moment Richard didn’t care much for the etiquette of court....
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    Sticky: Re: Storms End, Seat of House Baratheon

    As Lord Baratheon stepped out onto his balcony having awaken from a good slumber, he notices one of his Guards dancing in the gardens.

    Hey!!! You! Guard, meet me in the great hall
  38. Sticky: Re: The Positions of the Seven Kingdom's Armies (Dance Setting)

    House Baratheon marches their host from storms end to kings landings
  39. Sticky: Re: The Positions of the Seven Kingdom's Armies (Dance Setting)

    Storm's End - House Baratheon of Storm's End, High Lords of Shipbreaker Bay, and Lords Paramount of the Stormlands.
    - Galemont - House Swygert of Galemont
    - Griffin's Roost - House Connington of...
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    Sticky: Re: Storms End, Seat of House Baratheon

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Ig2_Kf0LTdI

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Ig2_Kf0LTdI
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