[Alalehzamin] Elwnameh

The dominant power of the Southern League, the most populous county of Elwynn. Whoever allowed the Babkhi to settle this close to the Imperial capital probably needed their head examined.

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01/1390: An Ordinance of the County of Alalehzamin for the Restoration of the Elwnameh
Morsday 14 Semisuary 4589 ASC - Esfand 9 1390 - 12th Filladin, 10DA


Ardashir Khan Osmani, by the Kharenah of Zurvan, Senator and Governor of Alalehzamin, to his subjects and retainers, greetings, and unto the Goddess & Avatar of Zurvan undying and unthinking obsequience.

Know that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan this Ordinance which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.


Article One: Applicability of the Elwnameh
(1) The Elwnameh, shown at Schedule I and written by amendment or addition hereafter, shall be the fundamental law of the County of Alalehzamin.
(2) The Elwnameh shall comprise all orders, ordinances and decrees of the County of Lesser Zjandaria and the County of Alalehzamin from before the liberation.
(3) Continuity of Governance shall be maintained as it is conducive to the maintenance of the supreme virtue that is the upholding of rightly guided public order.
(4) Ordinances specifically concerning localities within the unredeemed lands still held by perfidious Goldshire following the third infamous Hyperborean Descent shall not be deemed to be applicable to the County of Alalehzamin unless specifically amended to take account of their current status.

Article Two: Interpretation
(1) Where the Elwnameh conflicts with or contradicts the Êra Âlôon Riqi Aura Ellion (Basic Law of Elwynn Free State) or the Consensus of the Union State then these instruments shall have precedence over the Elwnameh and the specific article in conflict shall be deemed suspended and retained for cultural purposes only.
(2) References to Khan, Count and Baron shall be taken to refer to the executive authority of the County.
(3) References to legislatures and or other assemblies shall be taken to refer to the Congress of the Elwynn Free State or the Council of Eliria unless where the Senate of the Union State is manifestly the appropriate body.
(4) References to Duke and Kaiser shall be interpreted as referring to the Stewart of the Elwynn Free State unless in the instance where the person of the Prince of the Union State is manifestly more appropriate.

Article Three: Enactment
(1) This ordinance shall be in force from the date of its publication.

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Ardashir Khan Osmani
Senator
By Right Khan of Vijayanagara
Governor of Alalehzamin


SCHEDULE I

4 Dey 1386

By order of the Khan, herein shall be recorded the laws of the County of Lesser Zjandaria


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Ardashir Khan
Khan of Vijayanagara
Count of Lesser Zjandaria
Amir of the Zjandarian Militia and Police
01/1386: Ordinance on the Militia
19 Azar 1386

I order that all male Elwynnese aged from 14 to 65 shall report to police and militia barracks in all Zjandarian cities for basic military and jihad training for the noble struggle to avenge the wrong done to the Duchy of Kildare by the Imperial Household. Our Kaiser has fallen prey to evil advisors and it is our duty to liberate both His Imperial Niftiness and the city of Shirekeep from tyranny. Every Elwynnese citizen of the Lesser Zjandaria shall heed the call to defend the fatherland.

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Ardashir Khan
Count of Lesser Zjandaria
02/1386 Ordinance for the Creation of the CRMS
25 Azar 1386

Ardashir Khan Osmani, by the Kharenah of Zurvan, Count of Lesser Zjandaria, to his subjects and retainers, greetings, and unto the gods of Shireroth undying and unthinking obsequience.

Know that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan this Ordinance which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.

1. There shall be established a force under the command of the Amir of the Zjandarian Militia and Police which shall exist for the protection of the County shore and the great River Elwynn.

2. The commission in full shall read:

"For the protection of the Zjandarian and Elwynnese Shore and for the security of the great river known to all men as the mighty Elwynn there shall be established a County Rivers and Maritime Service which shall assume responsibility for the security of Lesser Zjandaria's coastline to the distance inland of fifty miles and extending out into the seas one hundred miles as well as along the entire length of the rivers of Elwynn ere they border the land of the county, there too responsibility for the defence and security of the realm shall be invested in the County Rivers and Maritime Service for a distance of fifty miles inland from the banks of the rivers of Elwynn."

3. A fleet of vessels, serving either under our direct commission or under a letter of marque issued by the Amir, shall be assembled for the purpose of executing the commission cited under section two. These vessels shall constitute the naval and riverine arm of the CRMS.

4. A brigade of naval infantry shall be formed all'antica for the purpose of executing the commission cited under section two. This force shall consitute the land arm of the CRMS but shall be structured, equipped and trained in such a fashion as to be capable of acting in support of the naval and riverine arms of the CRMS.

5. The CRMS shall obey with promptness and vigour all additional commissions and orders of the Amir that shall be made on the basis of the mandate granted to it under this order.

6. The most extreme sanction available shall be applied to all who disobey the ordinance of the CRMS or whom obstruct the CRMS in the execution of its commission.

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Ardashir Khan
Count of Lesser Zjandaria
Amir of the Zjandarian Militia and Police
03/1386: Writ of Afforesting
4 Dey 1386

Ardashir Khan Osmani, by the Kharenah of Zurvan, Khan of Vijayanagara, Count of the Lesser Zjandaria, to his subjects and retainers, Greeting.

Know that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan this Writ which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.

1) It is allowed to our lord the Count, in respect of his continual care, and labour, for the preservation of the whole realm, among other privileges, this prerogative, to have his places of recreation and pastime, whatsoever he will appoint. For as it is at the liberty, and the pleasure of his to the reserve the wild beast, and the game to himself, for his only delight and pleasure, so he may also at his will and pleasure, make a forest for them to abide in.
2) A forest is a certain territory of woody grounds and or fruitful pastures, privileged for wild beasts and fowls of forest, chase, and warren to rest, and abide there in the safe protection of our lord the Count, for his delight and pleasure.
3) Territory of ground so privileged is mered and bounded with irremovable marks, metes and boundaries, either known by matter of record or by prescription; and also replenished with wild beasts of venery or chase, and with great coverts of vert, for the succour of the said beasts there to abide: for the preservation and continuance of which said place, together with the vert and venison there are particular officers, laws, and privileges belonging to the same, requisite for that purpose, and proper only to a forest and to no other place.
4) Beasts of forest (the five wild beasts of venery) are the hart, the hind, the hare, the boar and the wolf. The beasts of chase were also five, viz, the buck, the doe, the fox, the marten and the roe. The beasts and fowls of warren were the hare, the coney, the pheasant and the partridge.
5) The courts of the forest were three in number, viz, the court of attachments, swainmote and justice-seat created and invested with persona and legal identity. The court of attachments (called also the wood-mote) is held every forty days for the foresters to bring in their attachments concerning any hurt done to vert or venison (in viridi et venatione) in the forest, and for the verderers to receive and mark the same, but no conviction takes place.
6) The swainmote, held three times in the year, is the court to which all the freeholders within the forest owe suit and service, and of which the verderers are the judges. In this court all offences against the forest laws may be tried, but no judgment or punishment follows.
7) This is reserved for the justice-seat, held every third month in the year, to which the rolls of offences presented at the court of attachment, and tried at the swainmote, are presented by verderers.
8 ) There shall be two chief justices for the forests intra and ultra Trentam respectively.
9) A County Forrester shall be created and invested with persona and legal identity with the purpose of the Hunt and enforcing such Forestry laws that may be decreed.
10) The necessary officers of a forest are verderers, foresters, each created and invested with persona and legal identity.
11) Verderers view and receive the attachments of the foresters, and to mark them on his rolls.
12) A forester was an officer sworn to preserve the vert and venison in the forest, and to attend upon the wild beasts within his bailiwick.
13) The legal conception of a forest is thus that of a definite territory within which the code of the forest law prevails to the exclusion of the common law. The ownership of the soil might be in any one, but the laws made for the protection of the Count's wild beasts limit the rights of the subordinate proprietor.
14) The area afforested shall be indicated in the schedule attached to this writ.

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Ardashir Khan
Khan of Vijayanagara
Count of Lesser Zjandaria
Amir of the Zjandarian Militia and Police


SCHEDULE
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04/1386: Articles Concerning Habeas Corpus
4 Dey 1386

Ardashir Khan Osmani, by the Kharenah of Zurvan, Khan of Vijayanagara, Count of the Lesser Zjandaria, to his subjects and retainers, Greeting.

Know that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan these articles which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.

Article One
(1) The Writ Habeas corpus ad subjiciendum when served by a competent authority must be observed and adhered to by all parties in receipt of it when within the boundaries of the County of Lesser Zjandaria.

Article Two
(1)That whensoever any person or persons shall bring any habeas corpus directed unto any sheriff or sheriffs, gaoler, minister or other person whatsoever, for any person in his or their custody, and the said writ shall be served upon the said officer, or left at the gaol or prison with any of the under-officers, under-keepers or deputy of the said officers or keepers, that the said officer or officers, his or their under-officers, under-keepers or deputies, shall within three days after the service thereof as aforesaid (unless the commitment aforesaid were for treason or felony, plainly and specially expressed in the warrant of commitment) upon payment or tender of the charges of bringing the said prisoner, to be ascertained by the judge or court that awarded the same, and endorsed upon the said writ, not exceeding twelve erb per mile, and upon security given by his own bond to pay the charges of carrying back the prisoner, if he shall be remanded by the court or judge to which he shall be brought according to the true intent of this present act, and that he will not make any escape by the way, make return of such writ;

(2) and bring or cause to be brought the body of the party so committed or restrained, unto or before the Count for the time being, or the judges of the said court from which the said writ shall issue, or unto and before such other person or persons before whom the said writ is made returnable, according to the command thereof;

(3) and shall then likewise certify the true causes of his detainer or imprisonment, unless the commitment of the said party be in any place beyond the distance of twenty miles from the place or places where such court or person is or shall be residing; and if beyond the distance of twenty miles, and not above one hundred miles, then within the space of ten days, and if beyond the distance of one hundred miles, then within the space of twenty days, after such delivery aforesaid, and not longer.

Article Three
(1) And to the intent that no sheriff, gaoler or other officer may pretend ignorance of the import of such writ.

(2) be it enacted by the authority aforesaid, That all such writs shall be marked in this manner, Per statutum tricesimo primo Osman Regis, and shall be signed by the person that awards the same;

(3) and if any person or persons shall be or stand committed or detained as aforesaid, for any crime, unless for felony or treason plainly expressed in the warrant of commitment, in the vacation-time, and out of term, it shall and may be lawful to and for the person or persons so committed or detained (other than persons convict or in execution of legal process) or any one on his or their behalf, to appeal or complain to the Count, or any one of the Count's justices, either of the one bench or of the other;

(4) and the said Count, his justices or any of them, upon view of the copy or copies of the warrant or warrants of commitment and detainer, or otherwise upon oath made that such copy or copies were denied to be given by such person or persons in whose custody the prisoner or prisoners is or are detained, are hereby authorized and required, upon request made in writing by such person or persons, or any on his, her, or their behalf, attested and subscribed by two witnesses who were present at the delivery of the same, to award and grant an habeas corpus under the seal of such court whereof he shall then be one of the judges,

(5) to be directed to the officer or officers in whose custody the party so committed or detained shall be, returnable immediate before the said Countor such justice, baron or any other justice of any of the said courts;

(6) and upon service thereof as aforesaid, the officer or officers, his or their under-officer or under-officers, under-keeper or under-keepers, or their deputy in whose custody the party is so committed or detained, shall within the times respectively before limited, bring such prisoner or prisoners before the said Count, or such justices, before whom the said writ is made returnable, and in case of his absence before any other of them, with the return of such writ, and the true causes of the commitment and detainer;

(7) and thereupon within two days after the party shall be brought before them, the said Count, or such justice before whom the prisoner shall be brought as aforesaid, shall discharge the said prisoner from his imprisonment, taking his or their recognizance, with one or more surety or sureties, in any sum according to their discretions, having regard to the quality of the prisoner and nature of the offense, for his or their appearance in the court of the King's bench the term following, or at the next assizes, sessions or general gaol-delivery of and for such county, city or place where the commitment was, or where the offense was committed, or in such other court where the said offense is properly cognizable, as the case shall require, and then shall certify the said writ with the return thereof, and the said recognizance or recognizances unto the said court where such appearance is to be made;

(8) unless it shall appear unto the said Count or justice or justices, that the party so committed is detained upon a legal process, order or warrant, out of some court that hath jurisdiction of criminal matters, or by some warrant signed and sealed with the hand and seal of any of the said justices, or some justice or justices of the peace, for such matters or offences for the which by the law the prisoner is not bailable.


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Ardashir Khan
Khan of Vijayanagara
Count of Lesser Zjandaria
Amir of the Zjandarian Militia and Police
06/1386: Flag of Lesser Zjandaria
5 Dey 1386

Ardashir Khan Osmani, by the Kharenah of Zurvan, Count of Lesser Zjandaria, to his subjects and retainers, greetings, and unto the gods of Shireroth undying and unthinking obsequience.

Know that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan this Ordinance which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.

Article One:
(1) Whereas the County of Lesser Zjandaria is in dire need of a flag to represent its heritage, identity and autonomy, we do hereby take immediate steps to correct that deficiency.

Article Two: Design
(1) Know that we do decree that the flag of Lesser Zjandaria shall be red in the top horizontal stripe to represent the blood of the martyrs who resisted Hyperborean aggression during the martial law period, the dark blue band in the middle represents the ties of the Osmani dynasty to the Babkhan fatherland whilst the bottom lighter blue band represents the life giving waters given forth in two mighty rivers as the gift of the Goddess Elwynn whose rivers and whose land this is. The flag shall also have in the centre the sunburst with sun in splendour representing bursting forth of Lesser Zjandaria into new life burning away centuries of oppression to begin the new age.

(2) To conform in all instances with the depiction outlined herein:
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Article Three: Usage
(1) The flag of Lesser Zjandaria shall be flown on all public buildings and especially on all state and county occasions and public events alongside the White Orchid Flag of Elwynn.

(2) To fly the flag inverted shall be a trialable offence.

(3) To burn the flag or in any other manner desecrate it shall be deemed a trialable offence.

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Ardashir Khan
Khan of Vijayanagara
Count of Lesser Zjandaria
Amir of the Zjandarian Militia and Police
07/1386: County Security Department (Main Office)
7 Dey 1386

Ardashir Khan Osmani, by the Kharenah of Zurvan, Count of Lesser Zjandaria, to his subjects and retainers, greetings, and unto the gods of Shireroth undying and unthinking obsequience.

Know that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan this Ordinance which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.

Whereas it does please us that one Agha Jahandar newly in our service and in the service of Lesser Zjandaria has placed himself at our disposal in the present struggle to uphold the great cause, and;

Whereas have indicated through correspondence our desire to visit our most noble cousin the Baron of Ynnraile upon the morrow, and;

Whereas this does raise some issues as to the safety of the person of the Khan, since although the Baron is a noted and honourable paladin there might still be some base fellows who wish the Khan ill;

Article One: Appointment
(1) Let it be known accordingly that one Hesam Jahandar is hereby appointed Chief Director of the County Security Department (Main Office). To remain in post until further notice and subject to the will of the Count.

(2) Chief Director Jahandar shall receive, to hold in fief to the Count, the City of Caligae and shall be acknowledged as Amir and lord of that city, until further notice and subject to the will of the Count.

Article Two: County Security Department
(1) By this order the County Security Department is hereby constituted.

(2) It shall be administered and directed by the County Security Department Main Office which shall itself be under the direction of the Chief Director as stated in Article One (1).

(3) The County Security Department shall combat all enemies of the County within and outside the borders of the County.

Article Three: County Security Department Main Office
(1) The County Security Department Main Office shall have responsibility for the coordination of all departments of the security apparatus within the County Security Department.


Article Four: Organisation
(1) The County Security Department shall be structures as follows:

i. Office A: Internal Security
ii. Office B: Criminal Activities
iii. Office C: Counter Intelligence
iv. Office D: Babki Identity, Moral Rearmament & Enlightenment

(2) Under those offices the Chief Director County Security Department (Main Office) may raise any ad hoc units and formations as he may deem appropriate for the fulfilment of the remit of the County Security Department as set out in Article Two (3).

Article Five: Enabling Powers
(1) The Chief Director County Security Department (Main Office) is authorised to undertake whatever actions he deems appropriate for the security of the County and shall be granted immunity from prosecution under county or forest law for any actions undertaken in accordance with his role, subject to the discretion of the Count.

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Ardashir Khan
Khan of Vijayanagara
Count of Lesser Zjandaria
Amir of the Zjandarian Militia and Police
08/1386: Elfinshi Affirmative Action
7 Dey 1386

Ardashir Khan Osmani, by the Kharenah of Zurvan, Count of Lesser Zjandaria, to his subjects and retainers, greetings, and unto the gods of Shireroth undying and unthinking obsequience.

Know that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan this Ordinance which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.


Mindful of Ducal Decree IX issued by his Grace the Duke who has the good fortune to rule over Elwynn;

Whereas we do concur with the Ducal opinion that equality between the races of humans and humanoid creatures &etc ought to be promoted;

Article One: Elfinshi Affirmative Action Programme in Caligae
Accordingly any Elfinshi who presents himself at our court shall be rewarded in accordance with his nature and fast-tracked onto a new job creation scheme currently under development in Caligae.


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Ardashir Khan
Khan of Vijayanagara
Count of Lesser Zjandaria
Amir of the Zjandarian Militia and Police
09/1386: Ordinance on Internal Security and Criminal Acts
13 Dey 1386

1. County Security Department - Office A shall assume responsibility for the security of the frontiers of the County of Lesser Zjandaria, excepting those areas designated as the responsibility of the County Rivers and Maritime Service or the County Forestry Service as of midnight 13 Dey 1386.
2. The County Security Department - Office A shall coordinate on matters relating to frontier security with all relevant organisations and agencies of the County Government including but not limited to the other offices of the County Security Department, including Main Office; Elwynnbrigaden; local ad hoc pe and militia formations; the County Rivers and Maritime Service and the County Forestry Service.
3. A person who shall do any act or thing to overthrow the County of Lesser Zjandaria by revolution or sabotage or to overthrow by force or violence the duly established government of the County, shall be guilty of a crime, called insurrection, and liable to the punishment of transportation, or trial by ordeal at the discretion of the tribunal.
4. The tribunal shall consist of a President a such number of other officials as may be provided for by an ordinance; they shall be appointed and removed by the Count and may include the Count or any official or person resident in Lesser Zjandaria, in the land of Elwynn or from without the bounds of the Elwynn.
5. Any person who carries out an act to destruct any thing, substance or material that is used, or intended to be used, to the defence of the County, or to the maintenance of the internal security and public order therein, shall be guilty of a crime, called sabotage, and liable to the punishment of transportation or of suspension inverted from a large crane in the Maydan Osmani for a period of one week whilst glazed in honey and attached to a wasps nest in an unnatural manner.
6. Any person assists another person who is, to his knowledge, guilty of insurrection in order to enable him to escape punishment; or knowing that a person intends to commit insurrection, does not give information to the Count, the County Security Department or any other official in the County Service shall pay the penalty of forfeiture of any liberties they may enjoy within the County and may be liable to transportation or trial by ordeal at the discretion of the tribunal.
7. Any person who, with an intent prejudicial to the safety or defence of the County makes within the territory of the County, a sketch, plan or photograph of a place or thing, or a note or document of a thing, that is likely to be, might be or is intended to be directly or indirectly useful to an enemy or obtains, collects, records, uses, has in possession or communicates to another person any information, including an opinion or a report of a conversation, that is likely to be, might be or is intended to be useful to an enemy or a foreign nation; or approaches, is in, enters, inspects or passes over a place prohibited by an ordinance shall be guilty of a crime, called espionage, and liable to the punishment of four weeks community service in the Lion Enclosure followed by transportation and or trial by ordeal at the discretion of the Tribunal
8. A person who fraudulently takes any thing of any kind, including money, from the possession of the County or any authority of the government of the County or any legal person that is created by an ordinance, shall be guilty of a crime, called stealing County property, and liable to the punishment of suspension of transportation or community service over such period as may be fixed by the tribunal.
9. A person who, in order to cause a mistake of another person, uses a name, or declares to have a character, that is not his own, shall be guilty of a crime, called using false identity, and liable to the punishment of suspension of civil rights for a period fixed by the tribunal or of forfeiture.
10. If two or more persons agree to commit any crime defined in this ordinance, but the intended crime shall not be committed, each of these persons shall be guilty of a crime, called conspiracy, and liable to the same punishment that is prescribed by this ordinance for the crime they have agreed to commit.
11. All crimes and punishments cited in this ordinance shall be applied retrospectively from the date of its issuance.

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Ardashir Khan
Khan of Vijayanagara
Count of Lesser Zjandaria
Amir of the Zjandarian Militia and Police
10/1386: Ordinance Establishing the Elwynnmarine
20 Dey 1386

Ardashir Khan Osmani, by the Kharenah of Zurvan, Count of Lesser Zjandaria, to his subjects and retainers, greetings, and unto the gods of Shireroth undying and unthinking obsequience.

Know that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan this Ordinance which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.

An Ordinance relating to Merchant Shipping

Article One: Establishment of the Elwynnmarine
(1) There shall be established the Elwynnmarine under the control of the County Service, which shall comprise the entirety of sea going and riverine vessels that shall exist in any part of the County of Lesser Zjandaria which are in weight in excess of ten (10) tonnes and are of commercial or leisure utility and public or private ownership.
(2) A register of all vessels eligable under Article One (1) shall be maintained.
(3) All vessels whose owner does enjoy residency as defined under Imperial Law in the County of Lesser Zjandaria shall be entered onto the register.
(4) All vessels whose owner does enjoy residency as defined under Imperial Law in the County of Lesser Zjandaria which are not entered onto the register within ten days of the date of their construction, arrival in port and or the commencement of residency on the part of the owner, shall be confiscated by the County Service and entered as state owned vessels of the Elwynnmarine.

Article Two: The Register
(1) The register of the Elwynnmarine shall be maintained by the County Service.
(2) The register shall be included as a part of the Order of Battle of the Militia and Police.

Article Three: Enabling Provision
(1) Excepting where legislated to the contrary the Count may utilise the Elwynnmarine in such fashion as is condusive to the material wellbeing of the County.
(2) Not withstanding this, privately owned vessels entered upon the register of the Elwynnmarine may not be impressed into service for any period longer than forty (40) days, at the discretion of the Count.

Article Four: Enactment
(1) This ordinence shall be in force from the date of its publication.

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Ardashir Khan
Khan of Vijayanagara
Count of Lesser Zjandaria
Amir of the Zjandarian Militia and Police
11/1386: Ordinance Concerning the Rationing of Foodstuffs
21 Dey 1386

Ardashir Khan Osmani, by the Kharenah of Zurvan, Count of Lesser Zjandaria, to his subjects and retainers, greetings, and unto the gods of Shireroth undying and unthinking obsequience.

Know that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan this Ordinance which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.

An Ordinance relating to Food Rationing in response to the Great Hunger brought on by the misfortunes of the late troubles

Article One: Establishment of the Office of Food
(1) There shall be established, under the Board of Trade, an Office of Food to ensure that the population of the County shall be fed in this time of shortage and hunger.
(2) The Office of Food shall ensure the adequate provision of foodstuffs to key sectors of the Corporate County State.

Article Two: Local Food Offices
(1) In each City of Lesser Zjandaria there shall be established Local Food Offices.
(2) Residents of Lesser Zjandaria shall register with their nearest Local Food Office in order to receive an entitlement card for the allocation and collection of their weekly rations.

Article Three: Weekly Rations
(1) The weekly ration issued to resident of the County of Lesser Zjandaria who are in possession of an entitlement card shall be as follows:

1 loaf of bread (rye)
540 g of meat
113 g bacon or ham
1.7 l of milk per week or 1 packet of milk powder per month
57 g butter
57 g margarine
57 g fat or lard
57 g loose tea
1 egg
57 g jam
85 g sugar
28 g cheese
85 g sweets
907g onions


Article Four: Prioritisation
(1) In the event of shortages priorty ration allocations shall be given in order of placement, subject to availability, to:

(a) Personnel of the Militia & Police
(b) Reconstruction Workers inc Foreign Nationals
(c) County Service Employees
(d) Adult Workers
(e) Child Workers
(f) Children in education
(g) Pensioners & The Infirm
(h) Prisoners, Persons undergoing Transportation & persons undergoing community service

Article Five: Food Requisitions
(1) All edible foodstuffs within the County of Lesser Zjandaria shall henceforth become the property of the County of Lesser Zjandaria.
(2) The private ownership of foodstuffs is abolished.
(3) The Office of Food shall be charged with the requisition of all privately owned foodstuffs and their redistribution via local food offices.

Article Six: Offences & Monitoring
(1) It shall be an offence to attempt to gain rations without an entitlement card.
(2) It shall be an offence to horde privately owned foodstuffs.
(3) It shall be a crime to trade or barter rationed foodstuffs.
(a) Exceptions to this rule shall only be granted upon application to the local food office for a licence to undertake exchanges and transactions
(4) All offences shall be punished by four years community service.
(5) A food survey officer shall be appointed by each local food office for the purpose of monitoring the food distribution process and ensuring compliance with the food distribution process by the government agencies and the general public.

Article Seven: Enabling Provision
(1) Excepting where legislated to the contrary the Office of Food may undertake its duties in such fashion as is condusive to the material wellbeing of the County without fear of censure.


Article Eight: Enactment
(1) This ordinance shall be in force from the date of its publication.

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Ardashir Khan
Khan of Vijayanagara
Count of Lesser Zjandaria
Amir of the Zjandarian Militia and Police
01/1388: An Ordinance Concerning the Applicability of Ordinances
3534 ASC

Ardashir Khan Osmani, by the Kharenah of Zurvan, Earl of Alalehzamin, to his subjects and retainers, greetings, and unto the gods of Shireroth undying and unthinking obsequience.

Know that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan this Ordinance which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.

An Ordinance Concerning the Applicability of the Ordinances of the County of Lesser Zjandaria (the Elwnameh) in the County of Alalehzamin

Article One: Applicability of Ordinances
(1) His Lordship the Earl of the County of Alalehzamin hereby decrees that, henceforth, the Elwnameh as enacted for the County of Lesser Zjandaria, as was, is reinstated and shall, accordingly, be deemedapplicable within the County of Alalehzamin;
(2) Ordinances specifically concerning localities within the unredeemed lands lost during the second infamous Hyperborean Descent shall not be deemed to be applicable to the County of Alalehzamin.

Article Two: Enactment
(1) This ordinance shall be in force from the date of its publication.


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Ardashir pîroz Moqtada al-Osmani
Khan of Vijayanagara
Earl of Alalehzamin
02/1388: An Ordinance Making Provision for the Establishment of a Public Order Force Known as the Gentlemen-at-Cudgels
3559 ASC

Ardashir Piroz Moqtada al-Osmani, Khan of Vijayanagara, Baron of Eliria &c. doeth by this ordinance hereby decree as follows:

1.0. Gentlmen-at-Cudgels:
1.1. There shall be established within the bounds of the Barony of Eliria a force for the maintenance of order and discipline therein. This force shall be known as the Gentlemen-at-Cudgels, collectively, and individually by titles graded according to rank, area of command and proficiency, as shall be set out hereafter.

2.0. Structure:
2.1. The Gentlemen-at-Cudgels shall consist of a graded structure as intimated by Article 1.1;
2.2. At its apex shall be the Bludgeoner-General, who shall act at the behest of the Baron and in that manner shall operate an effective command over all subordinate gentlemen-at-cudgels whom he shall appoint in the Barony of Eliria for public service with cudgels in the manner instructed by higher authority;
2.3. Appointed by the Bludgeoner-General shall be a Superintendent Officer of Cudgels for each of the two counties of this Barony. The Superintendent Officer of Cudgels shall have primary responsibility for the conduct of cudgelling in the County under his charge and shall answer to the Bludgeoner-General for the same;
2.4. In each city Bailiwick of the County the Superintendent Officer of Cudgels shall appoint a Master of Cudgels who shall be charged with the expediting of writs of cudgelling and other similarly civic-minded duties. The Master of Cudgels shall answer to the Superintendent Officer of Cudgels for his conduct in the exercise of his duties. The Master of Cudgels shall have the services of a retinue of twenty Gentleman-Cudgellers and as many cudgel-carriers and apprentice cudgel-carriers shall be deemed appropriate;
2.5. The Baron may at his discretion establish ad hoc Commanderies or fortified outposts within his Barony under the civilian authority of a Reeve assisted by a Gentleman-Cudgeller, who shall answer to the Superintendent Officer of Cudgels in the County where the Commandery is established. The Gentleman-Cudgeller shall have command of twenty cudgel-carriers, being the lowest rank of non-apprenticed cudgellers.


3.0. Writ of Cudgelling
3.1. A writ of cudgelling may be issued by the Baron for any act that may be reasonably accomplished through the application of cudgels provided that it is discernibly for the benefit of public order and discipline and is to the commonweal of the greater portion of the denizens resident in the Barony;
3.2. The writ shall specify which Bailiwick or Commandery shall be responsible for the cudgelling, what or whom the cudgelling is to be against, and what is to be done with the cudgelled subsequent to the act of cudgelling;
3.3. To be valid the writ must be signed by the Baron of Eliria and the cudgelling thoroughly expedited by no later than twelve days after the issuance of the aforementioned writ;
3.4. A writ of cudgelling shall not be considered to be lawfully applicable outside the bounds of the Barony and authorisation to pursue miscreants and fugitives for the purpose of cudgelling must be sought firstly from the Duke where they are known to have fled and be at large in Elwynn or from the Kaiser if they have fled elsewhere;
3.5. The Earls of Eliria and Utasia & Alalehzamin shall enjoy immunity from cudgelling, this privilege not necessarily being extended to their retainers, avatars, alter-egos &c. subject to the discretion of the Baron.

4.0. Enabling Provision:
4.1. Excepting where it has been legislated to the contrary; the Gentlemen-at-Cudgels may undertake its duties in such fashion as is conducive to the material well-being of the Barony without fear of censure.

5.0. Enactment
5.1. This ordinance shall be in force from the date of its publication.


[signed]
Ardashir pîroz Moqtada al-Osmani
Khan of Vijayanagara
Baron of Eliria
Earl of Alalehzamin
03/1388: An Ordinance Establishing the Derafs-e Osman as the Flag of the Barony of Eliria
3584 ASC

Know that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan this Ordinance which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.

Ardashir Piroz Moqtada al-Osmani, Khan of Vijayanagara, Baron of Eliria &c. doeth by this ordinance hereby decree as follows:

1.0. Repeal of Baronial Decree I
1.1. The provisions of Baronial Decree I are by this ordinance hereby repealed.

2.0. Adoption of the Derafs-e Osman & its Design:
2.1. The Derafs-e Osman, the flag of the House of Osman, shall henceforth be the official flag of the Barony of Eliria;
2.2. Know that we do decree that the Derafs-e Osman shall be red in the top horizontal stripe to represent the blood of the martyrs who resisted Hyperborean aggression during the times of the descents, the lighter blue band in the middle represents the life giving waters given forth in two mighty rivers as the gift of the Goddess Elwynn whose rivers and whose land this is whilst the bottom dark blue band represents the ties of the Osmani dynasty of the Khans to the Babkhan fatherland. In its centre shall be depicted the Khvarenah of Zurvan studying the White Orchid of Elwynn held in his hands;
2.3. To conform in all instances with the depiction outlined herein:
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3.0. Usage
3.1. The Derafs-e Osman shall be flown on all public buildings and especially on all state and county occasions and public events alongside the White Orchid Flag of Elwynn.
3.2. To fly the Derafs-e Osman inverted shall be a offence.
3.3. To burn the Derafs-e Osman or in any other manner desecrate it shall be deemed a offence.

4.0. Enactment
4.1. This ordinance shall be in force from the date of its publication.


[signed]
Ardashir pîroz Moqtada al-Osmani
Khan of Vijayanagara
Baron of Eliria
Earl of Alalehzamin
Ducal Decree XXI
3271 ASC

Ardashir Khan Osmani, by the Kharenah of Zurvan, Steward of Shireroth, Khan of Vijayanagara, Duke of Elwynn & Count of Lesser Zjandaria, to his subjects and retainers, greetings, and unto the gods of Shireroth undying and unthinking obsequience.

Know that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan this Ordinance which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.

An Ordinance for the establishment of the Elwynns Riddare

1. There shall established a force of five hundred men at arms for the protection of the person of the Duke of Elwynn and such other tasks as the Duke may see fit to direct them to undertake, including the maintenance of the Personregister.

2. This force shall be known as the Elwynns Riddare (Knights of Elwynn).

3. Each Riddaren shall receive the rank of Legate and receive a Legatine Commission to execute the will of the Duke in the Counties of Elwynn.

4. The Master(Riddare-Kommandant) of the Elwynns Riddare shall be the creation of the Duke.

5. A Ribat (Chapter House) of the Riddare shall be established in each city of the Duchy of Elwynn.

6. The Elwynns Riddare shall be subject to such rules as shall be promulgated by the Duke and the Riddare-Kommandant.


Given this day at the Palace of One Thousand Columns in the City of Ardashirshahr, Elwynn

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Re: [Alalehzamin] Elwnameh

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This appears to be exceedingly...comprehensive.
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Re: [Alalehzamin] Elwnameh

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01/1391: An Ordinance of the County of Alalehzamin for the Reformation of the Government
25th Gevraderr, 11DA
Aurangzeb al-Osman, by the Kharenah of Zurvan, Senator and Governor of Alalehzamin, to his subjects and retainers, greetings, and unto the Goddess & Avatar of Zurvan undying and unthinking obsequience.

Know that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan this Ordinance which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.

Chapter I: The Ostan (County) of Alalehzamin-e Shamal

Article One: Alalehzamin
(1) The Ostan yeh Alalehzamin-e Shamal (Alalehzamin or the County hereafter), in the Province of Elwynn Proper, is a county of the Elwynnese Union as defined under the Article 1, Section 1 of the Act on the Administration of the Counties, it is the successor polity formerly established and known as the County of Lesser Zjandaria. By that right and reckoning the County is custodian of the historical legacy and cultural rights of the Babkhi Nation, the Ardashirian Community and the Zurvanite (Babkhan Orthodox) Faith in the Elwynnese Union and in the unredeemed lands.
(2) The County is charged with fulfilling the functions ascribed to it under the Chapter III, Article 10 of the Charter of the Elwynnese Union, namely; tasked with upholding Union law in the county, providing schooling and health care and maintaining the peace, liberty and security of their inhabitants.
(3) Alalehzamin-e Janub and Agnesia, as unredeemed counties of the occupied province of East Elwynn are component portions of the former County of Lesser Zjandaria. The Ribat al-Eluinshahr is the Babkhi 'Millet' of the County of Illumination. It is the aspiration of Alalehzamin that the aforementioned counties shall, upon their liberation, be united with Alalehzamin to form the new County of Eluinshahr.
1. In respect to its Babkhi settlement – the County of Minâ Dûrtarui shall be invited to form a special cultural association with Alalehzamin and to join the future County of Eluinshahr if it so desires.

Article Two: Duties, Obligations & Rights
(1) It shall be the duty of the County to provide
1. An excellent administration;
2. A well-ordered public policy;
3. Care for Subject Nationals;
4. The means for Individual and Collective Prosperity for the Improvement of the Common-Weal of the whole County;
5. Impartial and Unyielding Justice;
6. Security in the Defence of the Person and Property of all lawful Subject Nationals
(2) It is the obligation of the Subject Nationals to;
1. Owe deference and obedience to lawful authority;
2. To Uphold the Union Law and Defend the Elwnameh.
(3) It is the right of Subject Nationals to enjoy:
1. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, to the extent permissible under law;
2. The a fair hearing under law and the right of Habeas Corpus.

Article Three: Ribat yeh Bandar al-Eluinshahr-e Osman
(1) The name of Tielion Loki, bestowed by the Hyperborean Race Enemy, is abandoned and abjured. Instead the divided city shall henceforth be known within the County of Alalehzamin as Ribat yeh Bandar-e al-Eluinshahr-e Osman (The Osmanid Fortress and Harbour of Eluin) and the Eluinshahr in all correspondence with external authorities.
1. The Senate will be petitioned for the revision of the necessary acts.
(2) The Northern Borough of Eluinshahr is renamed as Ardashirshahr.
(3) The Southern Borough of Eluinshahr is renamed as Ribat-e Kapav.
1. The decision shall be enforced at the local level and the Senate will be petitioned for the revision of the necessary acts.
(4) A Charter for the Liberty of the Two Boroughs shall be promulgated.

Chapter II: The County Administration

Article Four: The Governor
(1) The Governor of Alalehzamin shall be chosen by means of an acclamation and general Clamour brought forth by the Consultative Shura after the conduct of a Muster under Arms.
1. The Prince shall be notified of the outcome of the Clamour of the Shura by means of a humble petition, submitted in person by the delegates of the Consultative Shura from amongst the Muster under Arms undertaking a Pilgrimage of Grace to Eliria, requesting Letters Patent of confirmation from the Court of the Prince.
(2) The Governor shall have as his duties:
1. The performance of such tasks and obligations as shall befall the executive office-holder of the County as a consequence of Union Law;
2. The performance of such tasks and obligations as shall befall the executive office-holder of the County as a consequence of this Ordinance and the Elwnameh.
3. The issuance of writs pertaining to the undertaking of the aforesaid duties and the maintaining of proper records concerning the same.

Article Five: Bailiwicks of the County
(1) The County in its present form comprise three Bailiwicks, these being:
1. Ardashirshahr;
2. Islus;
3. Allswell (The Frontier)
(2) The Bailiwicks of Ardashirshahr and Islus shall comprise of the Borough-cities of the same name and their surrounding territory as shall be determined. The Bailiwick of Allswell shall, excepting the lands of the Bailiwick of Ardashirshahr, comprise the frontier between the County and the unredeemed Alalehzamin-e Janub extending one hundred kilometres from the frontier to the interior.
(3) The Duties of the Bailiwicks shall include:
1. The regulation of its own commerce, the minting of coin (for local trade – supplementary to Florins), the appointment of magistrates, the collecting of dues, voting grants of nominal monies to the Governor and the Elwynnese Union, the building of roads, the laying of sewers, the keeping of streets and waterways free from befoulment, the schooling of minors in a manner useful to trade, industry and commerce;
2. The regulation of the Guilds of Dunporters, Artisans, Artificers, Factors, Gentlemen-at-Cudgels (Cudgellers), Aldermen and others as may be provided for under law or by writ or charter.

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His Excellency Aurangzeb al-Osman
President of the Senate and Senator of Alalehzamin-e Shamal
By Right Khan of Vijayanagara
Governor of Alalehzamin

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The Laws of the Transelwynn

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[quote]Basic Law of the Transelwynn Territory

1. The Transelwynn Territory is governed by a Legislative Council consisting of a representative from each Imperial State, and the Kaiser. This Council has power to legislate for the Transelwynn, govern it, protect it, and serve its residents. All decisions of the Council are passed by a simple majority.

2. The capital of the Transelwynn Territory is named Azeroth, and is situated on the west bank of the Blue Elwynn River. The administrative language of the Transelwynn Territory is Shirithian English. Each Imperial State is entitled to build one major city to suit its needs in the Transelwynn. Minor cities are chartered by decision of the Legislative Council.

3. The flag of the Transelwynn Territory shall be blazoned as follows: Paly of six Bleu-Celeste and Gules a bend counterchanged. The aspect ratio of the flag shall be 3:2. The flag of Azeroth shall be blazoned as follows: Quarterly Bleu-Celeste and Gules a cross bottony counterchanged. The aspect ratio of that flag, too, shall be 3:2. The official representations of these flags shall be as scheduled.

4. The coat of arms of the Transelwynn Territory shall be blazoned as follows: Paly of six Bleu-Celeste and Gules a bend counterchanged; for a crest, a viscount's crown Proper. The coat of arms of Azeroth shall be blazoned as follows: Quarterly Bleu-Celeste and Gules a cross bottony counterchanged; for a crest, a baron's crown Proper.

5. The Kaiser serves as mayor of Azeroth, and possess ultimate and absolute power in that capacity. Be zie unavailable, the Steward shall act in his stead; be zie too unavailable, the Legislative Council will discharge the mayoral function. The Representatives of the Imperial States serve as mayors of their State's major city in the Transelwynn.

6. It shall be illegal to discriminate against someone(s) based on race, species, religion, gender, or sexual orientation. All persons within the Transelwynn Territory shall have freedom of speech, peaceable assembly, religion, and the press.

7. All resources within Transelwynn are owned in equal parts by the Kaiser and the Imperial States.

8. Immigration to Transelwynn is limited to equal amounts of colonists from each Imperial State, not to exceed 20,000 per State until 5949 ASC. In 5950, immigration policies to Transelwynn will be handled exclusively by the Legislative Council.

9. Transelwynn is considered an Imperial Dominion under the Charter and Imperial Law however the Kaiser cannot issue exclusive decrees for Transelwynn. The laws of the Imperial States do not extend into Transelwynn.

10. Corporations established within Transelwynn for the purpose of resource extraction or refinement; public transportation; or banking will be owned by the territorial government to ensure ownership and profit sharing spread out among the States.

11. This Basic Law may be amended by decision of the Legislative Council of the Transelwynn.

Schedule

Transelwynn



Azeroth

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A Law of the Transelwynn Territory



To Expand the Transelwynn for the benefit of All Shireroth

Resolved by the Representatives of the States and Imperial Government of Shireroth, that:

1. The vacant banks of the Elwynn River shall come under Shirerithian sovereignty.
2. A portion of the land vacated by the State of Wayne will specifically come under the administration of the Transelwynn Territory.
3. Sufficient land to support infrastructure is claimed beyond the banks of the Elwynn River.
4. This new land, like the greater Transelwynn region, is to benefit all of Shireroth.
5. The Kaiseress is authorized to direct zir Minister of State to formally claim an area of land connecting the northern border of the Transelwynn to the southern border of the Kingdom of Amokolia in a sensible way as depicted in schedule A of this law.

Schedule A
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Assent from Elwynn:
Hallbjörn Haraldsson, Steward of Elwynn

Assent from Goldshire:
Kizzy Drakland, Duchess of Goldshire

Assent from Lichbrook:
Mira Raynora the Elder, Queen of Lichbrook

Legislated in the City of Azeroth in the Five-thousand, Eight-hundred, and Fifty-fifth Year after the Founding of the Sector under the custodianship and guidance of Her Niftiness, Kizzy, Kaiseress of Shireroth and Mayor of Azeroth.
A Law of the Transelwynn Territory



To Provide for the Mishalanski in the Transelwynn

Resolved by the Representatives of the States and Imperial Government of Shireroth, that:

1. A charter to found a city of medium size, to be named Mishagrad, is granted to the Mishalanski people.
2. Mister Vladimir Medvedev serves as first mayor with all rights reserved to him as a mayor under the Basic Law of the Transelwynn.
3. That a district of northern Transelwynn be set aside from the rest of the territory and placed under the administration of Mishagrad.
4. The location of Mishagrad and borders of the Mishagrad District are shown in Schedule A.
5. Resource extractions companies incorporated within the Mishagrad District will pay five percent of their annual profit directly into a fund providing for the general welfare (primary education, essential and preventative healthcare, housing) of present and future Mishalanski refugees settling in the Mishagrad District.

Schedule A
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Assent from Elwynn:
Hallbjorn, Steward of Elwynn

Assent from Goldshire:
Kizzy, Grand Duchess of Goldshire

Assent from Lichbrook:
Mira, Queen of Lichbrook

Legislated in the City of Azeroth in the Five-thousand, Eight-hundred, and Seventy-ninth Year after the Founding of the Sector
under the custodianship and guidance the Kaiseress of Shireroth as the Mayor of Azeroth

Her Niftiness
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Re: [Alalehzamin] Elwnameh

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FARMAN-E EMIRAT-E


Thorgills Tarjeisson, by the Kharenah of Zurvan, Arandur of Alalehzamin & Utasia, to his subjects and retainers, greetings, and unto the Goddess & Avatar of Zurvan undying and unthinking obsequience.

Know that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan this Ordinance which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.

Article One: Applicability and Interpretation of the Elwnameh

(1) The Elwnameh shall be the fundamental law of the Emirate of Alalehzamin.
(2) Continuity of Governance shall be maintained as it is conducive to the maintenance of the supreme virtue that is the upholding of rightly guided public order.
(3) Where the Elwnameh conflicts with or contradicts the Constitution or the Laws of the King's Court recorded in the Lásamlingús then those instruments shall have precedence over the Elwnameh and the specific article in conflict shall be deemed suspended
(4) All previous versions of the Elwnameh are revoked, their provisions rendered without legal force and retained for cultural purposes only.

Article Two: Duties, Obligations & Rights

(1) The Emirati Government is charged with upholding Union law in the Emirate, providing schooling and health care and maintaining the peace, liberty and security of their inhabitants. It shall be the duty of the Arandur to provide:
1. An excellent administration;
2. A well-ordered public policy;
3. Care for Subject Nationals;
4. The means for Individual and Collective Prosperity for the Improvement of the Common-Weal of the whole Precinct;
5. Impartial and Unyielding Justice;
6. Security in the Defence of the Person and Property of all lawful Subject Nationals
(2) It is the obligation of the Subject Nationals to;
1. Owe deference and obedience to lawful authority;
2. To Uphold the Union Law and Defend the Elwnameh.
(3) It is the right of Subject Nationals to enjoy:
1. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, to the extent permissible under law;
2. A fair hearing under law and the right of Habeas Corpus.

Article Three: The Durbar

(1) A Durbar of all the duly elected Mayors of the Bailiwicks of Alalehzamin and Utasia (Schedule 1) may be called by the Arandur to legislate on any of the following matters:
1. The powers, duties, qualifications, number, mode of selection and removal, terms of office, compensation, hours of work, protection, welfare and safety of its officers and employees;
2. The membership and composition of the Durbar;
3. The transaction of its business;
4. The incurring of its obligations, except that local laws relating to financing by the issuance of evidences of indebtedness by any Bailiwick shall be consistent with laws enacted by the Kingly Throne of Elwynn;
5. The presentation, ascertainment and discharge of claims against it;
6. The acquisition, care, management and use of its highways, roads, streets, avenues and property;
7. The acquisition of its transit facilities and the ownership and operation thereof;
8. The levy, collection and administration of local taxes authorized by the White Orchid Throne and of assessments for local improvements, consistent with laws enacted by the Kingly Throne of Elwynn;
9. The wages or salaries, the hours of work or labour, and the protection, welfare and safety of persons employed by any contractor or sub-contractor performing work, labour or services for it;
10. The government, protection, order, conduct, safety, health and well-being of persons or property therein.
(2) The Durbar shall meet once a year for one month commencing from the date of being called into session by the Arandur and may be dismissed by the Arandur at any point within that time.

Article Four: Transport Infrastructure

(1) All modes of transportation operated over land, river, sea or air within the Emirate of Alalehzamin by any person or entity shall be subject to the authority of the Emirate unless on the business of the King's Court, the Royal Household, the Emirate of Sathrati, the House of Aryeon-Kalirion, the House of Simrani-Kalirion, the House of Osman or the Imperial Government.
(2) Royal Roads shall be established linking the Bailiwick of Ardashirshahr to the Bailiwick of Islus and thence to the border with the Royal Precinct of Eliria.
(3) The Royal Roads shall be of a uniform construction consisting of two carriageways comprising of four lanes each proceeding in opposite directions. A central partition shall be set between the opposite carriageways of the Royal Road which will be sufficient for the installation of two parallel railway tracks capable of carrying high-speed trains of a type to be developed and introduced in due course by a contracted company.
(4) The entirety of the Royal Road shall be set upon a raised platform of pounded earth or rock held in place by a sufficient latticework of struts and gabions.
(5) The raised platform shall be five hundred metres in width and raised eleven metres above ground level on level terrain and of whatever height is required to follow the gradient incline.
(6) On either side of the raised platform of the Royal Road shall be dug a dyke of eleven metres depth and eleven metres width.
(7) Any river or valley traversed by the Royal Road shall be engineered with appropriate features including tunnels and drainage culverts as are necessary to prevent the accumulation of ground waters harmful to structural integrity of the Royal Road.
(8) At the terminus of each end of the Royal Road there shall be constructed a Ziggurat of the Road wherein shall be contained those offices of the service which shall be established for the purpose of monitoring, regulating and controlling the flow of traffic along the Royal Road.
(9) The terminals and exits of the Royal Road shall be set in the base of the Ziggurat of the Road.
(10) The Ziggurat of the Road where constructed shall conform to a standard design consisting of a base of one hundred metres in width and length and fifty metres in height upon which shall be set four receding & segregated tiers sixty metres in length, forty metres in width and thirty metres in height. The foundations of the Ziggurat of the Road shall be one hundred metres in depth, four hundred metres in width and two hundred metres in length.
(11) On each side of the Ziggurat of the Road shall be set four gates to feed traffic out from the Royal Road and onto the local road network.
(12) Upon the apex of the Ziggurat of the Road shall be set a Atashkadeh over the ritual fire of which a Mobad shall at all times attend.
(13) At the lowest subterranean level of the Ziggurat of the Road shall be installed a fast breeder nuclear reactor of the SSTAR (small, sealed, transportable, autonomous reactor) standard.
(14) Each Bailiwick shall assemble its unemployed for employment in the construction and maintenance of the Royal Road, as directed by Authority, for six months in each year of their continued unemployment. No work will be undertaken without adequate compensation. When employed in work upon the Royal Road the person so tasked will be paid the average national wage appropriate to the tasking undertaken. No obligation shall be placed upon children, the retired, the infirm or the disabled.

Article Five: Sanitation Infrastructure
(1) All gauges of piping and tubing produced within the Emirate of Alalehzamin must be made capable of withstanding at least 60 000 psi.
(2) All gauges of piping and tubing produced within the Emirate of Alalehzamin must have an internal diameter capable of fitting any choice of standardised ordnance.
(3) All applicable piping and tubing produced within the Emirate of Alalehzamin must be fabricated as seamless, milled or moulded.
(4) If such a requirement occurs that piping and tubing are required specifically to be exempt from the provisions of Article One of this Act, for the purpose of manufacture, the producer of such materials will apply for a Production Requirement Waver.
(5) Production Wavers will be applied for from the Mayor of the Bailiwick in which the manufacturer is resident by the producer. The producer will request the appropriate application forms from the Mayor's office of local authority, Office of Production Requirement Waver Application Forms (OPRWAF) and complete them. The producer will provide detailed blueprints and a justification for the Production Requirement Waver. The producer will have the required materials inspected by the Civic Engineering Inspection Authority Officer (CEIAO) for approval, who will then hand-carry the inspected required materials for signature and notarisation by a Emirati Notary Clerk (ENC). The ENC will then hand-carry the inspected and notarised required materials to the Office of the Emir(a), who will review the inspected and notarised required materials according to the local laws of governance. If approved, the approved, inspected and notarised required materials will be submitted to the Mayor of the Bailiwick's office of local authority, Office of Production Requirement Waver Approval Intake Office (OPRWAIO) for further processing within the Bailiwick.
(6) If the producer receives a waver for the production of the items described in sections 1 to 3 of this Article, such items will be identified with red paint and a repeated 'X' mark into the item itself to denote that it does not meet the requirements of sections 1 to 3 of this Article.
(7) The legal holder of a Production Requirement Waiver must keep their Production Requirement Waiver on their person at all times within the state approved waiver/voucher/document folio.

Article Six: Household Infrastructure

(1) A household may be formed by any person or persons who have entered into a lawful state of matrimony that is of an enduring nature. The residence of a matrimonial household falls subject to special requirements.
(2) The residential property, to qualify as lawful household residence, shall consist of the following key elements:
1. An outer perimeter wall of 15 metres in height, in which no opening shall exist wider than a gun-loop aperture, save for the main gate which shall be the primary entrance to the premises, as well as any guarded postern as may be prudent to add. The wall shall include a covered walkway.
2. A dry ditch of 3 metres depth, set before the perimeter wall and surrounding it, which shall be kept free of spoil nor fouled with drainage and sewage from the jub channels of the street.
3. A driveway of the residential connecting to the street as well as garages, stables and other non-domestic structures shall be set no less than 1 metre before the drawbridge which will be set across the dry-ditch and links the driveway to the main perimeter gate.
4. A raised mud-brick platform consisting of a standard measure 10 metres in height & 20 metres in length and 40 metres in width (a ratio of 1:2:4) which shall serve as the foundation of the property and into which shall be set such struts, beams, pipes and wires as shall be necessary for the structure set upon it. Structures requiring a larger platform shall, upon application, be licensed by the Civic Engineering Inspection Authority Officer of the Bailiwick in which the property is set however a deviation from the ratio shall not be permitted except by the licence of the Emirati Notary Clerk.
5. A residential structure, the heart of the property which itself shall consist of no more than five storeys and will include four walls and strongly barred door as the sole means of access. The property shall include a roof and other protective screens such as are necessary to protect the modesty of the domestic quarters. The structure shall be of fired brick or stone or concrete. Wood and flammable materials are not to be left exposed; except for decorative effect and where this is the case shall be treated with flame retardants.
6. A courtyard and garden open to the sun but protected from the inclement elements, in which fellow citizens and visiting government officials can be greeted and shown hospitality. There shall be sufficient space for the visitor to pitch a tent for the duration of their stay or else guest quarters away from the domestic quarters, with no connecting access except through the courtyard, shall be provided.
7. The Household must retain a company of twenty men, to live at all times upon the perimeter walls and in the stables and garages outside of the household residence, who shall be contractually obligated to defend the honour of those who dwell within.
8. Sufficient quantities of food, water & defensive stores shall be maintained by the Household at the Master or Mistress of the Household’s own expense in order to sustain it for a period thirty days in the event of disorders or natural disasters.
(3) A citizen who cannot afford the construction or proper maintenance of a lawful household residence can be permitted to establish a household to which household rights are conferred if he appeals to the Emir(a) for a Grant to facilitate the construction and proper maintenance of a lawful household residence. It will be unlawful to refuse a request for a Grant to facilitate the construction and proper maintenance of a lawful household residence when it has been submitted by any citizen or citizens who have entered into a lawful state of matrimony that is of an enduring nature.
(4) These requirements need not apply to any person who has titled standing with the King's Court, the Royal Household, the Emirate of Sathrati, the House of Aryeon-Kalirion, the House of Simrani-Kalirion, the House of Osman or the Imperial Government.


Article Seven: The Emirati Riddare

(1) There shall be established a service of five hundred civil defence officers for the protection of public safety, civil infrastructure and such other tasks as the Arandur may see fit to direct them to undertake, including the maintenance of the Personregister.
(2) This service shall be known as the Emirati-Riddare.
(3) Each Riddaren shall receive the rank of Legate and receive a Legatine Commission to conduct the service's remit in the Bailiwicks of Alalehzamin and Utasua.
(4) The Master (Riddare-Kommandant) of the Emirati-Riddare shall be the creation of the Arandur.
(5) A Ribat (Chapter House) of the Emirati-Riddare shall be established in each Bailiwick of the Emirate.
(6) The Emirati-Riddare shall be subject to such rules as shall be promulgated by the Arandur and the Riddare-Kommandant.

Article Eight: Monopoly
(1) For the purpose of funding infrastructure projects and public improvements the Emirati Government imposes an absolute monopoly on the import and sale of all psychoactive substances into the Emirate of Alalehzamin & Utasia.
(2) Separate licences may be granted to the importers of tobacco, coffee and alcohol upon request to the Emirati Government.
(3) Psychoactive Substances may only be purchased from Government Owned or Licensed premises.

Given this day at the Palace of One Thousand Columns in the City of Ardashirshahr, Elwynn in the year 1634

SCHEDULE ONE

Bailiwicks of Alalehzamin and Utasia
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1. Allswell;
2. Ardashirshahr;
3. Arsalani;
4. Aslanshahr;
5. Babrân;
6. Bandar-e Mojaheddin;
7. Dakhm-ul-Jinn;
8. Dar-ul-Tazim;
9. Daryâpûr;
10. Elfinshiyehafîr;
11. enu Namvarion;
12. Eskenderyebandar;
13. Faizabad;
14. Foley;
15. Gusfandshahr;
16. Hâlwarimu;
17. Islus;
18. Ismailabad;
19. Istarakh;
20. Jazâ'ir ul Zjandariyah;
21. Jenaxurim;
22. Kilkadesh;
23. Lake Camel;
24. Leila-ve-Moshk;
25. Majid-e-Aik;
26. Mariyechelân;
27. Mohamedion;
28. Naubandar;
29. Nauruninna;
30. Peikhambarabad;
31. Perez;
32. Pernetegh;
33. Piyaz-e Felfel;
34. Qajar;
35. Rastakhiz;
36. Rugahi;
37. Saint Zor;
38. Shahershid;
39. Sheikhshahr;
40. Sirishahr;
41. Tanshûyuyyal;
42. Valley of Mors;
43. Varpûr;
44. Ville des Riches;
45. Xahazerk;
46. Zarddeh;
47. Zoroaster.

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A Decree on Recognised Civic Entities [1634/II]


Thorgills Tarjeisson, by the Kharenah of Zurvan, Arandur of Alalehzamin & Utasia, to his subjects and retainers, greetings, and unto the Goddess & Avatar of Zurvan undying and unthinking obsequience.

Know that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan this Ordinance which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.

Article One: Registered Political Parties

(1) The registered political parties listed at Schedule I are accorded full recognition and standing as civic entities within the Emirate of Alalehzamin and Utasia.
(2) The registered political parties may participate in elections conducted within the Emirate under the Authority of the Emir(a).

Article Two: Registered Guilds

(1) The registered Guilds listed at Schedule II are accorded full recognition and standing as civic entities within the Emirate of Alalehzamin and Utasia.
(2) The registered Guilds may participate in elections conducted within the Emirate under the Authority of the Emir(a).
(3) Guilds may represent the interests of their members in negotiation with the Emirate, with any recognised civic entities, collectively and individually so long as conducted in a manner consistent with law.

Article Three: Registration and Recognition of Civic Entities

(1) Any person or persons may appeal to the Emir(a) to register a civic entity and receive recognition for the same.
(2) Registration and recognition shall not be withheld provided that the purpose of the civic entity is clearly stated and of lawful intent.

Article Four: Revocation of Registration and Recognition for Civic Entities

(1) The Emir(a) may revoke the registration and recognition accorded to any civic entity if satisfied that the entity is conducting activities contrary to its stated purpose and or contrary to law.
(2) The right of a civic entity affected by revocation of registration and recognition under this article to appeal to higher authority is explicitly recognised.

Given this day at the Palace of One Thousand Columns in the City of Ardashirshahr, Elwynn in the year 1634


Schedule I: Registered Political Parties of Alalehzamin and Utasia
Amokolian Freedom Front, AFF
Coalition of Absentian Farmers, CAB-FARM
Ayreonist Independence Party, AIP
Communist Party of Elwynn - Cgulianist, CP-C
Communist Party of Elwynn - Reformist, CP-R
Democratic Alliance, DA
Elfinshi Fury, ELF
Elwynnese Workers' Party, EWP
Holy Party of the Divine Icebear, HPDI/ICE
Nationalist & Humanist Party, N&H
Royal Union, RU
Schedule II: Registered Guilds of Alalehzamin and Utasia
The Guild of Labourers
The Guild of Artisans & Artificers
The Guild of Merchants & Entrepreneurs
The Guild of Acadamicians
The Guild of Aldermen

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A Decree on Elections to the Royal Parliament [1634/III]


Thorgills Tarjeisson, by the Kharenah of Zurvan, Arandur of Alalehzamin & Utasia, to his subjects and retainers, greetings, and unto the Goddess & Avatar of Zurvan undying and unthinking obsequience.

Whereas, we have received His Riverine Majesty’s Most Gracious Decree for the First Session of the Royal Parliament and are enjoined to hold timely elections for the seats of the Assembly of the Twelve Peoples and to and present the results of those elections to the King’s Court.

Know then that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan this Ordinance which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.

Article One: Writ of Elections

(1) In each Bailiwick of Alalehzamin and Utasia the Emirati Writ is to be served to the Mayor of each locality commanding the organisation of elections.
(2) The one-hundred and forty seats allocated to the Emirate of Alalehzamin and Utasia in the Assembly of the Twelve Peoples for the Royal Parliament of 1636 shall be apportioned on a popular vote conducted in three tranches.
(3)The franchise for this election shall extend to all members of the Elwynnese Residents and Visitors Group, hereafter referred to as the Electors.
(4) Electors may submit their vote between Eljere the 23rd of Oskaltequ 1634 [9pm, 24th of March, GMT] and the 12th of Hyre 1635 [11.59pm, 1st of April, GMT]

Article Two: First Tranche of Elections

(1)The First Tranche of seventy (70) seats is determined by the share of the vote received by the Party List of each recognised political party of Alalehzamin and Utasia.
(2) Each Elector shall have seventy (70) votes to distribute amongst the Party Lists.

Article Three: Second Tranche of Elections

(1) The Second Tranche of forty-one (41) seats, corresponding to a Bailiwick of Alalehzamin and Utasia each, is determined by the share of the vote received by the recognised Guilds of Alalehzamin and Utasia.
(2) Each Elector shall have forty-one (41) seats to distribute amongst the Guilds.

Article Four: Third Tranche of Elections

(1) The Third Tranche of twenty-nine (29) seats is determined by a Simple Majority Vote.
(2) Electors may vote directly, on the principle of one person, one vote.
(3) The Political Party or Guild with the Majority will be awarded the entirety of the seats allocated to this tranche.

Article Five: Guild Affiliation

(1) The affiliation of Guilds to recognised political parties shall be undertaken by concurrent separate ballots.
(2) Affiliation is determined by a Simple Majority Vote.
(3) Electors may vote directly, on the principle of one person, one vote.

Article Six: Secondary Ballots and Deciding Votes

(1) In the event of a Simple Majority Vote being tied, the tied options will be put forward to a secondary ballot from which all other options have been eliminated.
(2) If a secondary ballot results in a further tie the Emir(a) will cast the deciding vote.

Given this day at the Palace of One Thousand Columns in the City of Ardashirshahr, Elwynn in the year 1634


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A Decree on Angularis [1639/I]


Thorgills Tarjeisson, by the Kharenah of Zurvan, Arandur of Alalehzamin & Utasia, to his subjects and retainers, greetings, and unto the Goddess & Avatar of Zurvan undying and unthinking obsequience.

Whereas, we have received from His Most Gracious Riverine Majesty’s the charge and commission (Angularis Transfer Act 1638) to have a care for the governance of that bailiwick known as the Vale of Angularis.

Know then that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan this Ordinance which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.

Article One: Incorporation of Laws

(1) The hitherto established laws of the Vale of Angularis are hereby incorporated into the Elwnameh.
(2) The application of these hitherto established laws shall remain confined to the jurisdiction of the Vale of Angularis.
(3) Where any given article of the laws of the Vale has been obviously superseded by the more general provisions of the Elwnameh or the Royal Decrees and Laws of Elwynn, that article shall be deemed, implicitly, to have been repealed.

Article Two: Assize

(1) The Arandur, acting in his capacity as Governor of the Royal Precinct and Justice of the Court of Star Chamber, shall conduct an assize of all matters pertaining to public administration and criminal law within the Bailiwick.
(2) The progress of the Assize shall follow the route set forth in the attached schedule and shall commence from this date and continue until the last day of the year 1639.

Article Three: Capitulation and Confirmation

(1) Every office holder in the Vale shall be obliged to make a formal capitulation and render homage to the Arandur and renew their oath of fealty to His Riverine Majesty.
(2) In return every officer holder in the Vale shall be confirmed in their post subject to:
(a) The payment of 1,000 Florins for a Mayor or 100 Florins if a Manor holder or lesser public official;
(b) The Arandur being satisfied that the office holder has no active or current allegiance to the Dark Orchid Society or the Brotherhood of Lest.
(3) Two thirds of each tendered fee shall be gifted to His Riverine Majesty whilst the remaining third of a fee shall be held as contribution towards the finance of local government in the Vale.


Given this day at the Palace of One Thousand Columns in the City of Ardashirshahr, Elwynn in the year 1639

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A Decree on the Vale of Angularis [1643/I]


Dominus Thorgils Tarjeisson Einhorn Ettlingar Verion, by the Kharenah of Zurvan, Kaiser and Arandur of Alalehzamin & Utasia, to his subjects and retainers, greetings, and unto the Goddess & Avatar of Zurvan undying and unthinking obsequience.

Whereas, we desire good governance for the Circuit of the Vale of Angularis.

Know then that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan this Ordinance which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.

Article One: Appointment of a Warden

(1) Adam Anushiruwân Hilding Ayreon-Kalirion ibn al-Majeed bin Sathrati of Waffel-Paine, Zir Illustris, Khan of Cabbagefall, Arandur of Cape Farewell, Magister Militum of the Palatini Corps, is by this order appointed Warden of the Circuit of the Vale of Angularis as defined by the Circuit Creation Act dated 24 Filadinu 1641.
(2) The Warden of the Circuit shall hold the powers of the Arandur for Alalehzamin and Utasia in commission, answerable to the Arandur for their use, within the aforesaid Circuit for the duration of his tenure which shall be henceforth until such time as we give notice to the contrary.
(3) The Warden of the Circuit is commanded to make available such provisions of timber, labourers and the necessary articles to transport and shape the aforesaid, as the Arandur, the Kaiser, the Chief Factor and the Commission for the Reconstruction of Shirekeep, may make demands for the requisition of.

Given this day at the Palace of Whales in the Demesne of Walstadt, in the year 1643 of the Ab Nortone Long Count and 6335 of the Short Count Ab Sectora Condita


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Revocation of Decree 1643/I [1644/I]


Daniyal Sikander Dravot, Arandur of Alalehzamin & Utasia, to his subjects and retainers, greetings, and unto the Goddess & Avatar of Zurvan undying and unthinking obsequience.

Whereas, we desire good governance for the Circuit of the Vale of Angularis.

Know then that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan this Ordinance which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.

Article One: Revocation of Appointment of a Warden

(1) Whereas Adam Anushiruwân Hilding Ayreon-Kalirion ibn al-Majeed bin Sathrati of Waffel-Paine, Zir Illustris, Khan of Cabbagefall, Magister Militum of the Palatini Corps, has proven himself a traitor, a regicide and a filicide, and has brought corruption and disorder into the Imperial Republic. He is, by this order, dismissed as Warden of the Circuit of the Vale of Angularis as defined by the Circuit Creation Act dated 24 Filadinu 1641.
(2) The Office of Warden shall be subsumed into that of the Arandur until such time as a new appointment is made.

Given this day at the Palace of a Thousand Columns, in the year 1644 of the Ab Nortone Long Count and 6388 of the Short Count Ab Sectora Condita


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Heightened Security [1660/I]


Liv Dravot-Osman, Arandur of Alalehzamin, to her subjects and retainers, greetings, and unto the Goddess & Avatar of Zurvan undying and unthinking obsequience.

Whereas, the Reform Society has infiltrated and corrupted the ancient and noble institution of the Imperial Inquisition which has consequently forgotten all sense of decorum and propriety.

Know then that We, Mibaradardam be Khorshid va Mah Minamaz dadanam Zurvan, have in the first place granted to Zurvan this Ordinance which by his Kharenah is confirmed for us and our heirs forever.

Article One: Closure of the Ports

(1) All river ports, airports, helicopter ports, airship terminals, lufthavens, and any and all other stations receiving interstate transportation and cargo vehicles, are closed to all traffic from Shirekeep and any traffic operating under Imperial authority without authority given under seal from the Arandur of Alalehzamin.

(2) The gates of all Bailiwicks are to be closed to all traffic between the hours of seven in the evening and seven in the morning. All traffic will be subject to inspection by teams of the Corps of Gentlemen-at-Cudgels and the Emirati Riddare.

(3) Any person travelling without authority of the Arandur, their local Bailiwick or of a recognised guild, shall be detained until the situation is clarified.

Article Two: Musters of the Emirati Riddare

(1) Musters of the Emirati Riddare are to be held at Allswell, Ardashirshahr, Aslanshahr, Ismailabad & Tielion Loki.

(2) All adult male denizens and loyal subjects between the ages of 15 and 25 are to assemble at these locations by no later than 03.VII.1660.

Article Three: Special Instructions

(1) All members known and suspected members of the Reform Party, the Ayreonist Party, Elfinshi Fury, or the Elwynnese Workers Party are to be taken in to protective custody until further notice.

(2) No order or instruction, be they written or verbal, originating from a known or suspected member of the Reform Party, the Ayreonist Party, Elfinshi Fury, or the Elwynnese Workers Party is to be accepted or acted upon.

(3) No individual shall face legal consequence for taking the life of any member of the Reform Party, the Ayreonist Party, Elfinshi Fury, or the Elwynnese Workers Party, if they believe that their own life, the lives of others, or the safety of their Bailiwick, was in any immediate or perceived danger on account of the actions, real or perceived, of the aforementioned.

Given this day at the Palace of a Thousand Columns, on the 1st day of the seventh month in the year 1660 Ab Nortone.


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