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  1. Sticky: Re: The Course of Human Events (Event Thread)

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    Late in the year of 1789 King Louis XVI, his wife, and his...
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    Sticky: Re: Congress - The Senate

    “10,000 men?” Jean-Baptiste questioned. “To be stationed in both south and north, as if to occupy this great nation? We fought so hard to throw the Red Coats out, I would not see them replaced with...
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    Sticky: Re: The Presidential Residence

    A letter arrives, to the President.

    “Monsieur President,

    It would be my great honor to serve our nation in foreign policy once again. I do believe we need a strong and measured hand, like my...
  4. Sticky: Re: Congress - The House of Representatives

    Philippe, the newly minted Speaker of the House, nods. Rising to his feet. “Esteemed Representative Lindbergh, I will allow a general discussion of tariffs to be brought to the floor.” He says...
  5. Sticky: Re: The United States Almanack (Issues Thread)

    Bellerose Family

    Senator Jean-Baptiste Bellerose
    State power vs. Federal power: -3
    No National Bank vs. National Bank: -3
    State militia reliance vs. Standing military: -1
    No tariffs vs....
  6. Sticky: Re: The Course of Human Events (Event Thread)

    A Revolution Born and a Revolution Stalled
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    Lafayette kisses the Queen's hand, before someone in the crowd below...
  7. Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    The Frenchmen smiles faintly, raising his own glass toward Harrison. He would soon head to speak to the president, but it would be good to chat with another companion from the old days, for a time. ...
  8. Vaults of Perry’s Characters and States

    wip
    Senator Jean-Baptiste Bellerose:
    Economy Tree: Planter
    Economy Tier: Tier 1

    Income: $4000
    Expenses: $0

    Total: $4000
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  9. Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    “Yes. My brother, Pierre, said much the same. Though he seems to have confidence that things will settle down in short order.” Jean-Baptist’s says. “My old friends, from my time as Minister to...
  10. Sticky: Re: Congress - The House of Representatives

    Philippe Bellerose stood, after the speeches, prayers, and grandstanding of the opening of the first session of Congress. He took to the floor, clearing his throat audibly. “Esteemed representatives...
  11. Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    @Barry

    ”An.. interesting perspective. And one I’m certain many share.” Philippe allows. “I suppose we will see what the future holds for us all, as God’s plan unfurls.”


    ”I could not agree...
  12. Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    @Barry

    Philippe raised an eyebrow curiously. “So you would argue the federal government, not the states, should have control over the extent of borders and the settlement of those disputes?” The...
  13. Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    @Gandulf

    The now Senator Jean-Baptiste Bellerose approached the governor of his home state, being a Marylander he thought it only prudent to address the chief executive of his own state, before...
  14. Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    @Barry

    “Your condolences are appreciated, hopefully we can keep that snake from working his way back into importance.” He could never understand why Lionheart nor his own father had sacked the...
  15. Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    “There is the man I knew.” Bellerose says jovially. “Cheers! To good friends, good booze, and to you Mr. President.” Bellerose could deal with politics and plans tomorrow, today was for drink and...
  16. Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    “Yes, more reason to bide our time. Give France time to work out it’s own difficulties, it would not be wise to throw our strength away alone.” Bellerose agreed, finishing his own plate. He had lost...
  17. Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    Bellerose drew closure, speaking softly, with a slight smile. So those around him might think he was sharing a bawdy jape. “I would not listen to the snakes that hiss in your ear, Britain was your...
  18. Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    He laughed. “Yes, yes. Bok is the name. Ah, the gem that is New York was a natural choice, but surly we would be meeting in your Philadelphia if it had not been here. Though I must say I’m grateful I...
  19. Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    ”Ah well, I suppose you’ve had more time to grow wistful for the battlefield. I have not enjoyed that luxury in my time.” He smiled blankly, as if in thought. “Though all the same I found myself...
  20. Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    @jokern

    Willem Bok Senior was deep in his cups as the festivities reached a peak. He dapped the sweat from his forehead, his handkerchief now throughly stained. He eyed the crowd, his eyes...
  21. Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    “You’ve no idea the opulence foreign kings can get to, my friend, the court in Paris would make you blush, if half the stories my brother tells are true. But you are President now, be careful you...
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    La Roseraie, Maryland

    WIP
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    Geel Huis, New York

    WIP
  24. Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    Pierre laughed, he was younger than Arthur by nearly a decade, but no spring chicken. “Ah, I see now.” He said, with a facetious look of pondering. “Retired on your plantation, and with food like...
  25. Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    As a newly minted Senator of Maryland Jean-Baptiste Bellerose was among the Congressional party, along with his first-born son Phillipe Bellerose, who serves as Representative for the state. Both...
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    Re: Sign Up Thread

    Jean-Baptiste and his twin brother Pierre Bellerose were born a little over a decade before the French in the colony of Acadia were forcibly removed from their homeland, after years of having fought...
  27. Re: Early American RPG Character & Family Planning Thread

    Jean-Baptiste and his twin brother Pierre Bellerose were born a little over a decade before the French in the colony of Acadia were forcibly removed from their homeland, after years of having fought...
  28. Re: Early American RPG Character & Family Planning Thread

    Oh, might as well put me down as interested in the Governorship of Maryland. I have more actual plans for New York, but I’ll want to make sure the catholic state doesn’t fall far behind the other PC...
  29. Re: Early American RPG Character & Family Planning Thread

    I’m gonna claim the role of Benjamin Franklin. Atm looking to do Governor in New York, with a Dutch family. And French American congressmen in Maryland.
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    Re: Role call

    Mio
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    Re: Fire and Philandery

    LAlton has a fitful sleep, periodically awaking to a rustling in the brush or the sounds of rocks sliding down the cliff. He could have sworn he heard the sound of a dragon or two in the night, but...
  32. Sticky: Re: The Positions of the Seven Kingdom's Armies (Dance Setting)

    Manderly summons his banners and the lords of the Broken Branch and the White Knife.

    (+3 Charisma if that is still needed)
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    Re: Fire and Philandery

    Alton took out some supplies, tied his beasts to the stone outcrop, and began collecting some wood. Once he’d a usable amount he’d light a fire, both for warmth and to provide a buffer between his...
  34. Re: White Harbor, Seat of House Manderly

    Manderly nodded, stepping down from the dias in which his throne sat. “You may swear such an oath in the snowy sept, if you desire the gods to witness you. It is not so large as the Starry sept in...
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    Sticky: Re: Winterfell

    A letter arrives from the south, detailing Manderly’s encounter with the boy Prince Joffrey - including mention of his habit for rather uncouth behavior. Desmond makes mention that the boy is young...
  36. Re: White Harbor, Seat of House Manderly

    Once again the Merman’s court were set to whispering, until the lord once again silenced them with raised hand. Manderly thought a moment, eyeing the young boy, it was surly a slight to send a child...
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    Re: Fire and Philandery

    The path leading here had been narrow, nearly uncomfortably so, and the bastard had nearly fallen once. Though Bessy’s footing had remained sure. He approached the opening, dwarfed by it, what kind...
  38. Re: White Harbor, Seat of House Manderly

    The boys outburst illicited mumurs and chuckles from the merman’s court, even Desmond’s heir seemed to be holding back a chuckle behind a stoic facade. But a single raised hand from Manderly ended...
  39. Re: White Harbor, Seat of House Manderly

    “My grandfather Theomore was to marry a Targaryen once, Vissera was the girl’s name, but she died drunk having fallen from her horse.” Lord Manderly mused, as his retainer brought the letter to him,...
  40. Re: White Harbor, Seat of House Manderly

    The Prince is brought into the Merman’s court once prepared, he finds it a cavernous space, large and constructed of expertly crafted wooden panels seamlessly pieced together despite their age. The...
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