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[NEWS] Her Path to the Throne

Discussion in 'UO Great Lakes' started by Martyna Zmuir, Oct 7, 2009.

  1. Martyna Zmuir

    Martyna Zmuir Crazed Zealot

    Apr 27, 2007
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    The Coronation of Lady Dawn is scheduled for this Friday, October 9th, at 8pm under the Central Skies at Castle British. There will be several speeches delivered to commemorate the occasion, as well as a celebratory net toss sponsored by the Fishing Council of Britannia afterwards.

    Please attend and pay your respects to our new reigning Queen!

    [SIZE=+3]Long Live Queen Dawn![/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+3]Long Live Britannia![/SIZE]
  2. Techthys

    Techthys Seasoned Veteran
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    Feb 27, 2004
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    I miss Lord British, who consolidated the ancient kingdoms of Sosaria to form the Britannia of today, and who summoned the Stranger from the Other World of Earth to destroy the evil triad of Mondain, Minax, and Exodus and to promote and exemplify the Virtues as the Avatar.

    But Lord British has left and Britannia needs a ruler. Casca was clearly a jerk--naming himself king indeed! Lady Dawn does seem to exemplify the Virtues well, and her actions clearly demonstrate her commitment to Britannia's people.

    Thus I say: The King has departed! Long live the Queen!
  3. canary

    canary Guest

    Yes, because Compassion and Justice mean beating Casca to death without a trial when he was not attacking and pleading for mercy.

    I'm not saying he didn't DESERVE death, just pointing out that wasn't the most virtuous of actions Dawn did. A trial might have been nice...?