>Just to confuse everyone further, in the Myriad Chronicle No 7 the LordThat was apparently a mistake, Gordon.
>Crusader of Cambron said that no Crusader of Cambron could join and that
>any who had joined must leave immediately.
On the list and possibly on the turnsheets (don't have time to check here at
work), Dan Shirley aka Lord Crusader of Cambron, stated that it was a
journalistic error and was completely false. There are currently no
restrictions against Crusaders of Cambron becoming members of the Dei
However, restrictions against membership of Selador Crusaders to the Dei
Vigilare ARE currently in place. Lord Lexor declared Crusaders of Selador
may NOT become members of the Dei Vigilare, and that situation has yet to be
raised for review since Lord Lexor became an outlaw.
I think the proclamation in Myriad#7 was actually supposed to be about
Crusaders of Selador, not Cambron.
Tony Weller (lurking from work)
- In a message dated 02/07/99 19:06:53, you write:
<< I can make 130 gps just sitting in the courtyard. That would be two
turns of following. Obviously the crown is not too interested in
capturing him. Maybe due to the fact that the council is being
controlled by the Jenna. I think testing should be manditory for all
High government officials. How else can we be sure that they are not
being controlled. >>
You were warned not to make these sort of stupid and senseless
comments in an official mandate by the King. The Crown wishes to
avoid panic and paranoia, which is surely what the Jenna are trying
to achieve to destabilise Bereny. Should you insist on flouting
the Kings ruling you will force us to take further action with possible
fines and levies attached.
Sandu Revan - Clerk 3rd Class, Royal Courts of Bereny