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(RIP) David von Habsburg

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(Closed RP) The return of David von Habsburg
« on: 23 June, 2013, 06:03:11 PM »
David steps into the kingdom of Savoy, to accept his friend the ex-King of Savoy, and present Marquis of Savoy - James Balliot's trust. The roads were well paved and every step of the way, he could see road markers and roadlights by the footpath.

Making his way from Austria where he has spent the past few years of his life, he passed by a mysterious looking, abandoned castle in the independent region of Aargau. Just northeast of Savoyard territory, the people here lived a primitive life and told David that the castle is called "Habsburg Castle".



The people living nearby have no idea where the previous dwellers of the habsburg castle went, but David's intuitions were that they probably went all over Central Europe, and some of them ended up in Austria, and descended to his mentor Friedrich Habsburg. Yet the nearest kingdom was Savoy - and from his knowledge he knows that he himself came from somewhere in the Alps.

As he stepped into Savoy, he had a strange feeling that this was where he was born. Was I a Savoyard von Habsburg? Somewhere within his mind, he thinks so.

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Re: (Closed RP) The return of David von Habsburg
« Reply #1 on: 20 November, 2013, 03:10:26 AM »
Having prayed for mercy and good luck from the Statue of Batiara, David packed up and left the city of Savoie to visit Habsburg castle. He had matters to fulfill, and perhaps before beginning his promised adventure to the Far East, David would need to head up north to seek the audience of a few friends. Taking one last look at Habsburg Castle, knowing that this might be the last time he will see the castle for a while (if he doesnt die on the way to the East), he turned and walked.