“They never liked each other, truthfully, but I can’t help but notice that it only turned nasty after Rork came back from the Skraeling ordeal. Odd, because I’d never seen Rork–or Frosty–so cheerful.”
–King Edgardo Oberto
No update this week. Pages taking longer than expected.
The Concord Initiative is back for Chapter 3.
Two pages will be added every Sunday, ideally in the morning.
“There are larger armies; stronger soldiers; greater casters; but this Empire’s legions dominate the world through peerless innovation and technological supremacy. And insofar as you deny the needs and demands of this institution, you are enemies of the State you purport to represent. I expect a 10% increase to the IITS budget in the coming quarter.”
–Letter, from Pyotr Kalash’Nik to Lord Admonisher Ulric Van Mahn
There are 9 Questions to be answered so far:
Q: Did Sormon kill Private Whiskers?
Q: Did Sormon ever pull off something big in particular that got him on the Imperial Most Wanted list?
Q: How does one acquire magic powers?
Q: What are the Empire’s major exports and imports?
Q: What’s good to eat around these parts?
Q: How have you two been doing lately?
Q: Who is best dancer in Concord Team?
Q: What are the “Main Four’s” type? (Cavallo, Sormon, Astreides, Dazirak)
Q: Who designed and created Path masks?
Q: Who/What is Estella?
QnA Answers will posted starting this Sunday, and then every third day after that. So:
Sunday QnA 2.1, Wednesday QnA 2.2, Saturday QnA 2.3
And so on.
“For a thousand years, there was one, Holy, and Apostolic Church. Then, one day, Virtue was challenged by Glory, and the Church was split asunder.”
–Fr Tomas Segreti’s “The Prismatic Schism”
“I don’t want to hurt anyone. But we all want things.” –Maestro
“My Palace is my cradle. My Palace is my tomb.”
–King Armando Oberto
“Corporal punishment is for the best. It grants a new slate and an old promise–that we’ll do this as many times as is necessary.”
–Governor Bram Rademaker
“Even in an ‘Enlightened’ age, the Divine Proposition holds true: that our actions have consequences… significant consequences.”