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Offline Tyren Helios

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The time had come.
Tyren Helios had once been a King, until the Sith Imperium had come for Alderaan. Now it was ruled by a Sith-appointed Moff, forced out of its old ways of post-Imperial service to conform with Imperium-Sith rule. Such things could be tolerated, for a time. The Sith, in essence, were barbarians, dedicated more to their self-serving chaos than the truth of order and justice. Tyren could not be called the kindest of people, of course, but this was something else entirely. He could not tolerate their... their... inadequacy to serve the principles that he lived by. The difference was that when one had the clout and the means to lead people with a vision, then they tended to do something about it. Tyren would rise up against the Empire. To do so, he would have to denounce the old ways. He would have to become something new.
His only choice: exile. But this was not an exile into silence. This was an exodus to a world awaiting them. A world where they had been preparing, and planning, to rebuild the Galactic Empire into the true vision that it deserved. It might take years. Decades. Centuries. But the Dynast-King cared not. He had a grand vision. A vision that he could realise, with the right influence on Galactic events. That was the path he chose.
That was the path he, and myriad others, had to walk, to remove themselves from the tyranny of Sith rule. To bring them down. To create an Empire that would stand for a thousand years.

Pellaeon-class Star Destroyer Litany of Justice

"Are the preparations made?"
"Yes, My Lord. All has been readied for our arrival."
"And the message to the privateers, it has been sent?"

"As you requested, it has been posted to popular hiring locations. Those wishing to serve will be free to board us when we revert to realspace over Naboo before we move to our final location."

The Dynast-King's arms folded in front of his chest. Good. He was not Emperor until he sat on the throne; the coronation would come soon. The helm crewman called out, rather suddenly.
"Reversion to realspace in five... four... three... two... one!"
They dropped out of hyperspace over Naboo, a distant neutral world. Already, Ardent-class fast frigates and more Pellaeon-class Star Destroyers were gathering, albeit not many. This was the new Imperial Navy. It was a miniscule force compared to the Imperium's. It would, for now, be sufficient. Tyren's message had been simple: the new Empire was looking for people to work with them. Those who revered the ideals of Order and Justice away from Sith chaos. Those of Force-sensitive nature who would seek to serve. Those who simply wished to make a good credit or two from a generous benefactor. Anything that would help their cause. 
He nodded. Beside him, his chief bodyguard stood - the first of the Imperial Knights, and hopefully the first of many. For now, the aspirant Emperor stood on the bridge of his flagship, hoping for many things - the arrival of newcomers. The hope the Imperium had not tracked them here. The hope for the future once stolen from him.
For dreams of Empire, one must be willing to do anything - that included retreat into the shadows, for now.
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« Reply #1 on: 07/12/11 17:35:11 »
He was the first of his kind. The only of his kind.
Tethis Aresis was the only Jedi Knight so loyal to order and justice that he had followed an old friend - the last king of his homeworld, into dreams of Empire. Now he stood, clad in crimson battle armour, swathed in a long cloak, lightsaber riding his hip, aside the Dynast-King that he revered not as a friend, but as a Lord. He was Tethis Aresis, Imperial Knight. He was the leader of what they hoped would eventually become an Order of their own. Much had been prepared to pave the way for more Imperial Knights. He hoped to welcome more into the fold. But for now? He had to accompany the ruler wherever he went, provide protection, and assist him in all matters. 
Messages were sent. People were sought. All would become truth in time. Tethis hoped that time would be soon. His hands folded behind his back, the Imperial Knight waited. Those who would join them would be here soon.
Eyes shut, he considered the Force, and all the beings in it, and wished for the miracle that would bring them success.

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« Reply #2 on: 07/12/11 19:24:30 »
[Theed, Naboo_Mid Day]

Madstrike was kinda crazy. Controlled crazy that valued justice.  Ayrill smiled widely as her best gal pal, Leila Drakmere, soared across the forested areas of Naboo's Southern territories.  Ayrill was riding on top of the landspeeder behind the driver with two straps bolted to the hull that she held onto tightly.  The wind rushed swiftly through her golden locks as she was carried across the terrain into the outskirts of Theed.  Going into town to buy some parts for her smuggling vessel.  As the landspeeder slid to a stop, Ayrill let go of the straps and jumped off near the front door of the shop.  Closed!  "Ah dammit, Leila!  Did YOU have to stop to kill that guy that had been hitting on you every day for the past month?!  Now, what are we going to do?"
 
Ayrill noticed a notice near the door.  She did a quick once over of the poster and cocked brow.  'Are these people for real?' She thought analyzing the poster more thoroughly.  She turned her head to the side and back straight, then to the side again all the while thinking it over.  Loyalty was another tenet to Ayrill's repertoire of assets. Her humble mountains on her body were a couple others.  She peered over the writing.  She liked the whole idea of a long term plan.  She didn't like the insane world conquering being done by the Sith Imperium and didn't like their humorless cruelty.  If you're going to be deadly, also be funny about it. She never hurt those that were innocent. Ayrill took great lengths to insure those that she took care of were guilty of being unfabulous, unscrupulous, unworthy and unappealing in the topic of life.  No hurting of children, no hurting of prego-bitches and no hurting of small creatures.     "OK! I'm in!  If these boys value justice, loyalty and a long term goal that benefits the patient, I am so willing to help them succeed."

Taking out her vibroblade, Ayrill thwacked with the side of the blade a nearby asshole that was attempting to cop a feel while she was eying the poster. "Bad boys don't get touchy, feely with the Muh-Muh-Maaaadstrike for free, baby!"  The asshole skittered away from Ayrill in a hurry. Leila just laughed and shook her head.  Ayrill sat on the hood of the speeder mulling it over some more as she cleaned her vibroblade.  Ayrill opened her com channel to local access which was a mistake at first because it became flooded with advert messages.  After adjusting the filter settings, Ayrill would wait to be contacted from her position near the spaceport on Naboo.

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« Reply #3 on: 07/13/11 21:16:23 »
To Naboo, you shall go… on Naboo, you shall find your path, Amaryllis… by those delusional people, you shall stand until it is time to end them for our Empire…

The woman hidden behind the hood had arrived to the planet not so long ago in the wait. There had been stories these last few weeks, stories of a man so sure of that he was to be King. Auntie wanted her to go to them, claimed all that she had been training for all these years was in this very place, in this very time. Amaryllis of course knew that Auntie didn’t see the future, she could never do so and yet, she always knew things…

Those who revered the ideals of the Order and Justice away from Sith chaos…

Well, good thing she was not a Sith then, the hooded female thought with a tiniest chuckle as she moved through the streets.

For years, the young woman had studied at the strict hand of her Auntie. Learned her history, learned the ways of the Force, learned the ways of the swords. All as Auntie had desired. As a child, the girl didn’t always wish for such things. As a child, she had once wished to simply be a child but in time, she too became consumed by her lessons, the knowledge given, the stories she was told. They became her reality. And this would be her greatest test. Her greatest challenge in life.

As if this was the very purpose she was created for…

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« Reply #4 on: 07/13/11 23:54:00 »
There was much to be done. Tyren looked to his loyal Knight and nodded. The time had come for part two - the gathering of their forces upon the planet. Together, the Dynast-King and the Imperial Knight boarded one of their Sigma-class shuttles and headed for Theed, the capital of Naboo. They walked together, looking rather imposing - one in regal robes and the other in crimson armour. But the rest would be for later. The summons had indicated a time and a place - they would be there.

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The shuttle landed and its two passengers walked briskly through Theed. Many people stopped to stare at them, giving them a wide berth; with a man so clearly heavily armed, he had to be important... and was that an Imperial seal on his shoulder? Tyren was used to these stares. He didn't much care. He walked where he had to.
The summons had indicated a small retreat on the edge of town, near the waterfall to the Solleu river. Their meeting room, on the second floor, was filled with chairs, a small podium, refreshments prepared by local hosts and of course some security guards, as requested. Tethis stood beside the lectern while Tyren sat in its nearest chair behind it. Together, they'd wait. Their ilk would appear - soon.

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« Reply #5 on: 07/15/11 19:11:54 »

Ayrill slid into a violet robe as her friend, Leila, swiftly took the landspeeder across the bustling main drag of Theed.  Their route twisted up and around the area of the Soilleu River.  The waterfall could be seen and heard in the distance.  Foliage and wildlife blurred as the landspeeder blasted through the area. 

Moments later, the landspeeder slid to a hover in front of a two story forest home.  Ayrill turned back to Leila and relayed instructions.  She withdrew herself from the vehicle ascended the front steps into the first level of the home.  Ayrill cocked her glance to the side as she listened for signs of life. 

Ascending a larger set of stairs, Ayrill found what looked to be a seminar type setting.  She grasped an offered non-alcoholic beverage graciously.  Her eyes glided over the scene. A grin overtook her lips as she glanced at the Tethis.  "Seems like I'm in the right place not only for a group matching my ideals, but a group that seems to boast at least one piece of eye candy.  It's good to see those with a fantastic mission statement haven't lost their sex...appeal."  Ayrill took a seat up front near the lecturne and sipped on her beverage.  She crossed her legs under the cloak and waited for others to arrive.


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« Reply #6 on: 07/15/11 20:13:27 »
The Empire. Such pride rose in Xanos' stomach as he headed towards the meeting area; he had been many years since he had been in the military, and today he would help a new one be reborn. His landspeeder stopped outside the two story building, right beside another landspeeder, which he couldn't help peering in as he strode past.

"Fancy shit..."
As he climbed the steps, he could already hear a female voice speaking. 
"Great...not even formed yet, and we have women taking us over."
Xanos adjusted the lightsaber on his waist as he entered the room, his mask hiding the majority of his face except for his piercing orange irises. As he did so, he revealed almost every open space on his body to have either a rifle, blaster or vibroknife attached to it. Scanning the room quickly, he focused on Tethis and Tyren, ignoring the woman, and walked over to them, bowing slightly.
"Greetings, Dynast-King. My name is Xanos Knyghtshade, veteran of the Battles of Yavin and Endor, former Lieutenant of the Galactic Empire under Sidious, and currently a Jedi Padawan...who seeks to rebuild the Empire alongside you."






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« Reply #7 on: 07/16/11 01:08:56 »
Ah, people were already here. Tyren could not be happier with this; the turnout was... well, it was intended to be large, a following of those truly loyal, of those who wanted positions of power. The King understood this. He knew that all of them would seek power for themselves, and that was a very Imperial virtue. He would, however, need to address them both.

"Welcome," the royal said grandly, spreading his arms wide to encompass them both. "You are welcome under the Imperial aegis, of course... though I have a feeling the both of you would much prefer to speak with my Knight. Tethis?"
The man turned to the crimson-clad bodyguard, nodding his head just once. "Please, see to it that their needs are fulfilled."
Tyren knew that 'needs' for these two differed greatly, but this meeting was a chance for the King and his men to find out what those who would come here could do, how they could efficiently organise them, and sort councils of war - of deciding who would do what, and where.

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« Reply #8 on: 07/16/11 01:13:35 »
Two very different people indeed - a war-veteran Jedi and a woman who... well. Tethis decided to leave it there, for now. Their needs, indeed, would be very, very different. 

The Knight stepped forward barely a step, turning to his king. His voice was powerful, commanding the presence and will of those around him.
"Yes, my Lord."
Another step, this time turning towards the two newcomers to their little gathering. "Greetings to the both of you," he said deferentially. "My name is Tethis Aresis, Imperial Knight. Mine is to ensure that your transition into any positions that you may seek is done quickly and efficiently. You, Apprentice Knyghtshade..." Tethis had been a full Jedi Knight, himself. He paused a moment, contemplating his next words deeply. "I would wonder if you wish to serve as an Imperial Knight, or in a more military-oriented role. We have need of both commanders and Knights, to serve His Imperial Majesty. It is, of course, your decision. And of you, milady - what is your name, and your wish?"

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« Reply #9 on: 07/16/11 03:58:09 »
Ayrill noticed the newcomer's dismissive nature.  Her nature was ultra-friendly to allies and ultra-mean to jerks and enemies. Mostly to jerks....she was happy to kill enemies that deserved to have justice brought down on them.  She narrowed her eyes in his direction as Xanos glided by her.  Ayrill looked up sinching up her attitude.  Stoic and serious.

Tethis addressed Xanos about the role he'd like to play.  Then, Tethis addressed her in the same breath.  Ayrill had to think for moment.  Being trained as a Jedi was a big decision.  One that could hurt family relations...Ayrill considered the implications of the whole scenario once again in her head.  Even if she joined an Imperial-based group,  Ayrill would be hurting the family, but she respected the ideals brought forth by the summons notice.   The Empire-In-Exile was a group that struck a chord with her.  Ayrill had seen a lot in her day, although a lot of that due to her family. Mulling over a decision such as this is imperative.  No impulsive answer would do here.  Ayrill looked up to Tethis with eyes of concern that in a blink of an eye vanished.

"You and Lord Helios have an impressive setup to be sure.  Ayrilline Madstrike-Cognito is the name, Mr. Aresis.  You guys can call me Ayrill or Miss Madstrike.  I cannot fully devote myself to your Imperial Knights group.  Maybe at a later time if that is copacetic?   I would, however, join your military division at this time.  I will serve you honorably and holding true to the two tenets to live by: justice and order."

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« Reply #10 on: 07/16/11 18:43:19 »
Xanos smiled at Tethis, putting his hands on his waist. 

"I'd like to be both, if it's possible...to defend the Dynast-King himself...and to lead his armies to victory!"
He then bowed quickly, reaching into his pocket and pulling out a metal shard, which he extended towards Tyren.
"A relic from the past, a gift for the future; metal from the original Death Star fused with metal from the second Death Star."

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« Reply #11 on: 07/16/11 19:05:29 »
Tethis contemplated the woman's words first. He knew that there was nothing wrong with a woman serving, but both of them seemed to want similar things - they wanted to fight, and that much was good to know. 

"Miss Madstrike," Tethis said, choosing the more respectful version, "I think that is understandable. To become a Knight is never an easy task; it is to surrender yourself fully to the service of our Lord. Such a jump is a hard decision and I respect the fact that you know to wait and see." He smiled at her, which proved that, yes, he was not always super-stoic.
To Xanos, Tethis accepted the gift for the King, turned it over, then handed it to the Dynast-King, deeming it safe. 
"If the both of you wish to serve our armies, then so be it. We have three sectors to our military - the Army, the Navy, and the famed Imperial Security Bureau of old. This time, however, their gaze turns both outwards and inwards. It makes assigning duties simpler for everybody and reduces much of the clutter that the old Empire was plagued with. We are, after all, a small Empire - for now. Efficiency is key. We must be operating at one hundred percent at all times. Which of these three interest you?"

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« Reply #12 on: 07/16/11 19:16:35 »
Contemplating quietly to himself, Xanos slowly lifted his head, his eyes look directly into Tyren's eyes. He studied them, looking hard into what he assumed was his mind. He could not really read thoughts, but he could tell certain things from people's reactions and impulses. Eventually, he stood up and nodded to Tethis.

"I choose the Security Bureau."

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« Reply #13 on: 07/17/11 23:43:41 »
Amaryllis already had a clear path she needed to take and set out there, a small retreat on the edge of the town, near the waterfall. The young woman knew Naboo well enough, having been left on the planet many times while growing up. Auntie found it important for her to learn the place she originated from though she always said it was the place where her Master came from which often confused the blonde.

Why was Naboo so important? Why was it so important for her to learn the culture, wear the fashion? Not that Amaryllis minded the latter but still, questions were there, answers were refused. And she was never to defy Auntie which she never did.

Quiet as a mouse, the girl entered the structure and made her way upstairs, already seemed people there present. And one face she had been shown before. This man, shall be your king. Show him the proper respect and speak not until you are asked. Without a single word spoken, Amaryllis moved through the crowd, still hooded behind her cloak until she reached the Dynast-King, removing her clock as she bowed before him in greeting, not standing until she was told otherwise.

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« Reply #14 on: 07/18/11 19:33:26 »
Ayrill leapt up from her seat and knelt down in front of Tethis.   Her eyes darted to the side as she saw a cloaked young woman effortlessly glide by and kneel in front of the Dynast-King.  Ayrill closed her eyes and thought for a moment.  Branches of the military: Army, Navy or Security Bureau.  These decisions could change Ayrill's entire life. Opening her eyes again, Ayrill peered up at Tethis. Her tone was serious rather than flirty.  She didn't make a decision such as this with any type of airy-fairy, impulsive answer.  As she spoke, Ayrill grew more and more dedicated in her spirit to her new cause.

 "Mr. Aresis, I would be honored to join our Imperial Majesty's Naval Force and serve our King to my last breath. I will bring justice to our enemies and order to new potential subjects.  I am at yours and the Dynast-King's command."

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« Reply #15 on: 07/18/11 19:40:32 »
"Excellent."

Two different branches provided some diversity within the military. For those who were here, there would be more and more in the reins of power in store for them in terms of good behaviour. Higher ranks... better equipment and specialities. Tethis knew what they would receive, and it was impressive indeed. Command of warships even from the first day was an excellent perk, for instance. 
"My Lord, these two are ready," Tethis said over to Tyren. "Their dedication is true."
The Force told him that much - though they probably wouldn't notice it, considering Tethis had all but mastered the arts of the mind many years ago. This was his domain, his speciality. He could see what they were thinking, and he liked what he saw.

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« Reply #16 on: 07/18/11 19:44:53 »
The Dynast-King nodded his approval. First to his Knight, and then to the woman who had entered with nary a word. 

"Good. Thank you, Tethis."
Hands on the lectern, he looked to the three newcomers, each in turn. "You all have things you wish to do, of course. For you, Miss Madstrike, I would give you Captaincy of one of my Star Destroyers. You, Mister Knyghtshade, would be a Major of the Imperial Security Bureau. These are things I deem you capable of - I hope you shall not fail me in these duties. And you..." 
Tyren looked to the newcomer.
"Tell me your name, and what you wish to bring to my Empire."

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« Reply #17 on: 07/20/11 03:40:52 »
Name and what she wished to bring to the Empire. His Empire. Amaryllis finally looked up at the man. “My name is Amaryllis Bellard, your Majesty,” she said first, her voice equally balanced between each word.

“I am a Force User, neutral in essence.” There was no other way to say it. Nothing about her skills was neither light or dark, hadn’t been since the very moment she began her training.While she could have gone either way, she hadn’t.

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« Reply #18 on: 07/24/11 23:27:44 »
"Ah, a Force-user. If you wish to specialise in this talent," Tyren told her, "then I have no qualms with you learning the ways of the Imperial Knights under Lord Aresis."

But at that, he nodded his assent. Naturally, this was going well. All that had gathered were in place. All that had shown their interest had arrived, and were going to be here to help in future. It was just about time to leave, actually, for the preparations were made for the difficult road ahead. Tyren had seen to that personally.
"Shall we all retire to the Litany of Justice? Transport to our final destination has been prepared. Those here who wish to still join but could unfortunately not make this meeting will have directions left for them as to our final destination. If you are all prepared, please, step outside to the shuttle in waiting. If you have any questions before we leave, please, ask them."

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« Reply #19 on: 07/26/11 05:25:23 »
It was hard to do her balancing act times-appearing neutral to the galaxy but knowing inside she was inclined to see the end of the chaos and barbarianism of the Sith.  It was hard at times but after so much practice with it, it was finally sort of becoming second nature at times.  She only wanted to do what was best for her people in the long run and currently that meant not outright showing favoritism to one side or the other.  But she knew the time was coming, soon where she would have to choose sides outright.  Currently she had convinced the chief minister of her planet of Lorrd and the cabinet to secretly support the ailing alliance because their vision was most in tune with a  majority of her people-freedom from the barbarism, chaos, and persecution of the Sith.  One thing the alliance did seem to lack which many of her people wanted was a strong central, just government that would outlaw slavery and strong enough to protect its people from attacks.  Right now there seemed to be a lack of vision in the alliance of what would happen if they ever managed to defeat the Sith.   Who would govern?  And that was a major drawback.  But since they were the only ones fighting against the Sith at the moment her people had chosen to support them in secret being careful to not draw any attention to their homeland.  And that wasn't easy to do because Lorrd was seen by many as the premiere place to receive a well-rounded education with its Lorrd University.  So far her planet hadn't drawn the attention of the Sith, so she supposed her and her planet's leaders had been doing an incredible job of keeping the support under wraps. 

Lately she had heard word of a group that seemed to be much closer in line with her people's views.  It was said to be led by the Dynast-King of Alderaan and his vision included not only to defeat the Sith chaos but to put in a strong, but just central government.  Kaytee wasn't sure if the rumours were true, but she was intrigued personally as from what she had heard it fit her desire almost perfectly and that they were to meet on Naboo to gather together.  But she knew she couldn't jump right into this, especially not based solely on feelings.  She would have to meet with the man and his group to see if logically this is where Lorrd's loyalties should lie for the moment.  That was her 'official' stance.  Unofficially, she had heard enough about this group's visions to pledge herself to be willing to aide any way possible. 

She had mentioned these rumblings and the invitation to her planet's leaders and the consensus was it was worth investigating, but she could not speak for Lorrd itself, at least not yet.  Therefore they decided to set up a diplomatic meeting with the leaders of Naboo under the guise of trade route negotiations so that Kaytee could meet the new group and receive more details about it.  And so that was exactly what happened, Kaytee first met with the leaders of trade route negotiations.  It went smoothly, not that Kaytee thought it wouldn't but the meeting did run late so by the time it was done she feared she might not accomplish her main goal-meet and learn about the group known as Emperor-In-Exiles.

She hurried quickly to the designated meeting spot relieved to see that they hadn't all gone yet though they were most definitely on their way.  She was nervous to be sure, but she shoved those feelings aside to accomplish her mission.

She bowed respectfully just as the Emperor had led people outside and in between deep breaths as an attempt to catch her breath said confidently and respectfully.

"It is an honor to meet you majesty.  I must apologize for my tardiness  as my meeting with the Naboo leaders for trade route negotiations ran late. My name is Kaytee Vitaan, senior diplomat to Lorrd, sent on official business by our leaders to learn more about your vision. From what they have heard, your ultimate goal is much in line with a majority of our people's visions and they wish to know more.  I am to report back  my findings so that our rulers can decide if it is in Lorrd's best interest to support your vision."

"Unofficially, your majesty, though,  I wish to join your group and pledge my personal allegiance to you and your vision. I have long been hoping a group that has a plan for a strong, but just central government rather than a group that seems to have no long term plan other than to just put an end to the chaos of the Sith Imperium. I cannot speak for all of Lorrd yet and I hope you understand that, but I can pledge my self to you, if you will have me."

She bowed once more and though she was incredibly nervous inside, she didn't show it and appeared matter-of-factly, not emotional at all.  It was the way she had managed to keeps the facade of appearing neutral at all times when in the public eye.Even though she might not show true emotion at the moment, her words and pledge were true and she hoped the King-Dynast would see that.

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