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Crown 45 Ardion & Lisa

posted Aug 22, 2015, 6:46 AM by Kristen Gilpin
by Master Simon Maurus of the Argent Quill

LONG VERSION:  

Following the reign of The Storm Lord, Martin II and his beloved Queen, Islay II The Wise, joys of the reign of fierce King Ardion and his beloved Queen Lisa were spun in tales around the world by bards and minstrels of every tongue.  The Crowns were not only keen military stewards, but patrons of the arts and sponsors of the sciences.  No scribe went hungry or without her tools.  Every Courtier was made fat  and merry in their hospitality.  In them, Trimarian equestrians found new champions, and were held in great esteem in interkingdom tournaments of The Crown’s design.  At The Great Pennsic War, the argent and azure banners flashed above the Allied Champions Battle, and at the War of the Lillies a squadron of the finest women warriors stood fiercely with The King in the heart of the battles.  Her Majesty, too, raised waves of inspiration throughout her lands, amongst Her skilled rapier fighters, finest artisans and craftsmen.  Many were the years of bounty and prosperity under these two, our King Ardion the Irontower, and Queen Lisa The Bluebird of Happiness.  The love they shared with one another was made flesh in the birth of their good son, Thorstenn The Wronghanded and years later in the choosing of his lovely wife, Zephyrine The Graceful.  

SHORT VERSION:

Following the reign of Martin II and his Queen, Islay II, joys of the reign of King Ardion, The Irontower and his beloved Queen Lisa, The Bluebird of Happiness were spun in tales around the world.  The Crowns were keen military stewards, and faithful patrons of the arts and sciences.  Scribes feasted and were provisioned.  Courtiers were made fat and merry.  Equestrians flourished in interkingdom tournaments of The Crown’s design.  At The Great Pennsic War, banners flashed above the Allied Champions Battle, and at the War of the Lillies a squadron of the finest women warriors stood fiercely with The King.  Her Majesty, too, inspired Her skilled rapier fighters and finest artisans.  Many were the years of bounty and prosperity.  The legacy of the Crown was affirmed in the birth of their son, Thorstenn The Wronghanded and later in the choosing of his lovely wife, Zephyrine The Graceful.
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