Knightswood and Deity Private Villages.

Genesis, the god of timeto Everyone

Proteus has made his declaration against any military action to loot

Knightswood as patron of Mercinae and Knightswood and this is his


Knightswood's status is not entirely resolved, however, since with

Tukar's failure and the subsequent neglect- its animals were only kept

alive by a mix of divine resurrection and Alarius' hard work with the

remaining livestock- the long-term\"protected by a city patron\"

conditions are not set in stone.

Proteus has spoken and this is a powerful statement backed up by a

clear precedent. Knightswood has fortifications. It has been lately

involved in war-politics. Its position remains as Proteus has outlined

unless challenged and should a challenge be made the whole matter will

have to be considered in light of Proteus' statement, his past

declaration, Tukar's self-immolation, Kahn's new custodianship, the

military situation between Mercinae and Parrius, conflict of interests

and the respective will of the people of Mercinae and Parrius, and

the rest of the pantheon's position on divine estates.

For the time being and if unchallenged for the time to come, Knightswood

is as was with Kahn replacing Tukar as the representative of Proteus,

patron of Mercinae and Knightswood.

Written and shown unedited exactly as rendered by text based game bulletin board on Avalon Online RPG and by my hand on the 13th of Ilmarael, in the year 1371.

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