War

Baronial War Practice : 19/3/11

Greetings,

Next War Practice will be as follows:

Where: Kitane and Alesia’s house, same as last time. Ring 0420203331
for location/if you get lost

When: 1.30pm-4.30 pm 19th of March 2011

What: Continuation of War Training

3rd time is a tradition! War practice keeps getting bigger and better
with about 16 heavies and 6 lights
showing up at the last war training plus others including marshalls
and chirgeons. Again, there will be
loaner gear.

It was announced at the Feast of St Valentine that Politarchopolis and
Rowany are at War.
As such we will be meeting on the field of battle at Rowany Festival.
The Missive that was read out is below.
Come and join us at war training and then come and join us on the
field of battle at Rowany festival to protect
and uphold the fair and beautiful lands of Politarchopolis.

After this next war training , pending clashes we are looking at a
last War training before festival on the 9th of April which will
literally be two weeks before festival.

Aonghus and Ginevra
Baron & Baroness of Politarchopolis

The Barony of Politarchopolis has recently suffered attacks from
across it’s borders by vicous ” bandits” intent on plundering our Fair
Barony.
In response to these savage attacks we have started to train our local
forces to deal with unwanted incursions.

Our need and preparations to defend ourselves, and our good populace,
has been taken as aggression and expansionism by the warlike Barony
of Rowany. A slighting message was sent to us via missives demanding,
nay commanding, us to stand our forces down. To concede to this
ungracious command would leave our
populace open to the predations of these foul and villanous “bandits”

As Baron and Baroness of Politarchopolis, we swore fealty to the crown
to defend the people and lands of Politarchopolis and see to their
safety.

We cannot, in good conscience, stand our forces down. If this draws
the wrath of the warmongering Rowanites, then so be it.

We since recieved a missive from Rowany declaring War.

By William de Wyke | Baron and Baroness | Tagged: , | Link