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False kings? In my Britannia? It's more likely than you think!

Discussion in 'UO Siege Perilous' started by Wulf2k, Jun 19, 2014.

  1. Wulf2k

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    We are to believe that Blackthorn was prisoner of Exodus all those years, and survived by any method other than complete submission? Blackthorn is a false king and his removal from power is the duty of any citizen loyal to either Chaos or Order. To die in the attempt is to live for one's beliefs.

    If the Council cannot be made to see reason then their extermination may become necessary. I believe it to be fair that they be offered the choice, only after attempts through existing political channels have failed.

    At... Lantic?

    Britannia needs a ruler, but it has lost its king. Blackthorn has no claim to the title and has been too corrupted by Exodus to be given it freely. Have we so quickly forgotten Machine-Blackthorn version 1 that we blindly accept version 2 because it is prettier and speaks the words we wish to hear?


    Let it be known. Barring any dramatic changes prior to the next election, Wulf shall run for office. The "King's" guards shall be ousted from a town, or held up as a symbol of tyrrany. Free men shall be given the chance to choose their own destiny, to rise against the oppression of a false king and his murderous guards!

    Governors of neighbouring towns shall be given the choice to join the uprising. Those failing to see reason shall be treated as enemies of the movement and dealt with appropriately, along with all citizens of the town they represent.

    The fight for indepenence shall have no spectators.