Author Topic: ORP- Baron of the White Gaurd(Chateau Boelistark)  (Read 3611 times)

(RIP) Sven Boelistark

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Re: ORP- Baron of the White Gaurd(Chateau Boelistark)
« Reply #15 on: 25 December, 2011, 08:00:11 PM »
Sven was put together and had his messengers head for Normandy to deliver the letter and had his servants pack some belongings for travel. Sven then got dressed and his riding boots on and then rode for Normandy. A cold look was on his face; however he must solider on and meet his obligations.

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Re: ORP- Baron of the White Gaurd(Chateau Boelistark)
« Reply #16 on: 29 December, 2011, 03:50:15 PM »
Sven was surprised to say the least to find out Elizabeth was alive these past few months. He knew he had to stay by her side and take care of her. However this meant that he must be by her instead of across the continent. Sven had the servants close up the chateau, only leaving the market and peasant quarters accessible. After Sven gave that order he went to his desk and wrote a few missives, one to Duke James Balliot thanking him for his stay at Savoy as well as making feel a part of the country and like family. Then he wrote the Vassal Aegis Rex informing him that his pay and personal items have been removed from the Military Academy. Sven signed and had the letters ready to be shipped out.

Sven locked the doors and put the key in his pocket, everything else was packed on carriages and heading to Avranches. He was happy to see and be with his fiancé; however he was also a bit somber. He knew his part in the papist engagement was over but that time seemed to fly by.

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Re: ORP- Baron of the White Gaurd(Chateau Boelistark)
« Reply #17 on: 03 August, 2012, 07:22:14 PM »
After many months, Sven had his servants come and clear out the dusty halls of Chateau Boelistark. Sven was at trial so was unable to do so himself, however his faithful servants cleared the dust and cobwebs as well as returned his furniture there. They opened the gates so peasents may come and use the land to grow crops and make little homes along the outside wall.