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Sigrdrífa the Priestess

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    Voluptuous Vanic Lady Spiritual Mortal Supreme
  • Birthday 05/01/1989

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    Brunnaker's Grove, Iduna, Great Apple Isle, Idunn Isles

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  1. 1. NAME* (legal name please): Sigrdrífa the Priestess 2. TITLE AND STYLE: Her High Holiness the Ærkejarla of Thingeyri and the Idunn Isles, Yfirstormarksgythia and High Priestess of the Thingeyri Temple; Queen Mortal of the Ancient Ways 3. AGE*: 30 4. RESIDENCE*: Brunnaker's Grove, Iduna, Idunn Isles; Thingeyri Temple, Thingeyri 5. OTHER NATIONALITIES OR NATIONAL ALLEGIANCES: N/A 6. FOREIGN TITLES AND STYLES: N/A 7. HOUSE: The House of Vanadís 8. SIM-ID'S CONTROLLED BY YOU: Arneis the Archeress, Goðsvara Thingeyris, Fjǫrleif
  2. Avaldshǫll, the Private Residence of the Lady Ærinndís in the Imperial City of Haraldsborg This is Avaldshǫll, a large manse which serves as the private residence of the Lady Ærinndís in the Imperial City of Haraldsborg. It is situated in the Elwynnese Quarter of the Haraldsborgian Royal Borough called the Outlandish Quarters. Lady Ærinndís' Haraldsborgian manse is named both after the Elwynnese city which is known within the borders of the Lands of the Longships Throne as the Royal City of Avaldsnes and the Avaldsborg, the mighty fortress in the aforesaid Royal City. The Avaldsborg was one of the favourite Royal Residences of the House of Orchids, the Royal Family of Elwynn. Situated in the heart of the Royal City of Avaldsnes, this age-old stronghold was frequented so much by King Noah of Elwynn that it was at the time considered the unofficial residence of the King of the Flower of the North as well as the unofficial seat of the Elwynnese Government. Avaldshǫll was built to provide the Lady Ærinndís with a Haraldsborgian residence of her own to allow her to be no longer dependent on her apartments in the Sigrún Tower of the Vanadísarhall as well as the Warden of the Inland's apartments in the State Hall of the Vanadísarhall which is known as the Hall of Frigga. The Lady Ingibjörg de Béthune of the House of Ydermure was tasked with designing a manse befiitting the Lady Ærinndís' birth and station as the sister of the High King and a Queen-Dowager of Batavia. The construction of Avaldshǫll was completed in the year 1673. Inspired by Norman architecture, Avaldshǫll has 790 rooms, including 55 bedrooms for the Lady Ærinndís and her guests, 190 staff bedrooms, 100 offices, 90 bathrooms and 15 different state rooms. It also has additional guesthouses, a botanical garden, a Temple, a post office, a staff cafeteria, an archery range, a Mead Hall, a doctor's office (outfitted for surgical procedures), a movie theater, a Godsgrove, several Worship Waters, a Stone Circle, and an indoor swimming pool. The manse also boasts a situation room with satellite communications systems, bunkers able to withstand biological, nuclear and chemical weapons attack, and a congress center. It employs high security measures with additional insulation against wiretapping. To prevent the planting of bugs, various of the offices in Avaldshǫll have no electrical outlets. In short: it is clear that the Lady Ingibjörg de Béthune has delivered what was expected of her.
  3. Yo, listen up, Sir Polten and the Vínmenn! A High Priestess wishes to convey that she has the honour and the pleasure, both as great as the mighty bosom of the Lady Unna, to present you all with the Flag of the Viceroyalty of Vinland. The flag is composed of a cluster of grapes between two purple stripes all on an off-white field. The two purple stripes represent Vinland's numerous vineyards while the cluster of grapes symbolizes happiness, bliss and peace as well as the goodness of the Divine Power. The colour of off-white is derived from the colour of the Robes of Office of the (historical) Paramount Chieftain of Vinland.
  4. Yo, listen up, Sir Polten and the Vínmenn! A High Priestess wishes to convey that she has the honour and the pleasure, both as great as the mighty bosom of the Lady Unna, to present you all with the updated version of the coat of arms of the Viceroyalty of Vinland. The updated coat of arms aforesaid features a cluster of grapes on a field of off-white. The cluster of grapes symbolizes happiness, bliss and peace as well as the goodness of the Divine Power. The colour of off-white is derived from the colour of the Robes of Office of the (historical) Paramount Chieftain of Vinland. The shield is topped with an Imperial Crown appertaining to a Storjarl of Stormark. The crown aforesaid has its origins in the Valtian Free State. In the Days of Valtia this crown was associated with the Heads of the Great Thirteen, also known as the Great Thirteen of Valtia. Among the Falconlord Houses, the various noble Houses which ruled Valtia during the First Viking Age, the Great Thirteen were by country mile the most powerful of the aforesaid company of chieftains. Around the globe the Great Thirteen were regarded as being of Imperial status. The Heads of the Great Thirteen all bore the Imperial Title of Storjarl, hence why this crown is also known as the Crown of the Great Thirteen. A boar and a Vanic Priestess of the royal rank of Princess of the Ancient Ways serve as shield supporters. The boar is in the Vanic Faith a sacred animal associated with various Gods and Goddesses. The Priestess is spreading out the Cloak of Faith over the Viceroyalty of Vinland and its People. The aforesaid cloak is purple of colour, which is a colour associated with royalty. She is wearing a Priestessly Crown as well as a Priestessly Necklace of gold with a ruby and gold pendant. It symbolizes the necklace that a Vanic Priestess is invested with upon being bestowed upon the full Priestessly Powers by the God or Goddess she is devoted to. Such necklaces are mentioned in the Ancient Covenant, the eternal Pact between the Vanic Gods and Goddesses and the Vanafolk for the happiness, benefit, prosperity and power of both the mortals and the Lords and Ladies Divine. They are treasured heirlooms, with a storied history that begins in the mists of times ancient beyond the memory of woman. It may happen that a Vanic Priestess surrenders the necklace that she was invested with after receiving her the full Priestessly Powers for a Priestessly Necklace that was willed to her by a Vanic Priestess who passed away. Her Royal Highness is a Rauðihár, which means "redhead" in the Storish language. Redheads are revered by the Vanafolk since red hair has traditionally been seen as a sign of descent from high-ranking ancestors and a mark of rulership and Priesthood. Vanafolkers also consider red hair to be a blessing from the Gods and Goddesses and very attractive. The coat of arms of the Viceroyalty of Vinland also features the collar of the Grand and Glorious Imperial Order of the Two Silver Longships. The Imperial Order aforesaid is, together with the Most Beloved and Most Blessed Imperial Order of the Fulltrui, the Supreme Order of Chivalry of the Twenty-Six Jarldoms. The compartment is a meadow strewn with roses, and also contains the motto scroll. The colour of the meadow symbolizes fertility and the many roses allude to the love that the that the Gods and Goddesses have for the Vanafolk. The motto "Þessar jarðir langt frá alls staðar" means "These lands far from everywhere".
  5. Yo, listen up, Frostamenn! A High Priestess wishes to convey that she has the honour and the pleasure, both as great as the mighty bosom of the Lady Unna, to present you all with the Flag of the Jarldom of Frostarike (and the Lake District). The flag is the ancient banner of the Frostathing, the legislature of the Jarldom of Frostarike, with the shield of the Royal City of Thorfinnsborg added to it. The blue beams and squares symbolize Frostarike's innumerable rivers and lakes while the colour white is an allusion to the purity of living by the Sverðlǫg, Frostarike's warrior code of honour.
  6. Lady Ærinndís, A High Priestess wishes to express her gratitude, which is as great as the mighty bosom of the Lady Unna, for your kind words of appreciation and complimentation! Her High Holiness also wishes to convey that this Sunday - October 6, 2019 - shall be the first opportunity for you to use the coat of arms since that day it it shall be time for you again to conduct the Quarterly Census, the Quarterly Census of the Month Glitnir 18 to be exact.
  7. Yo, listen up, Lady Ærinndís! A High Priestess wishes to convey that she has the honour and the pleasure, both as great as the mighty bosom of the Lady Unna, to present Your Imperial and Royal Highness with the Arms of the Warden of Inland. The coat of arms aforesaid features the Goddess Frigga, the Fulltrui and Sacred Queen of the Lands of the Longships Throne after Whom your Warden's Hall is named. Her Most Sacred Majesty has Her heraldic right hand on a spinning wheel, which is a weaving device which sine times ancient beyond the meomory of woman isssociated with the Lady Frigga. In Her heraldic left She holds Lightning, the magical greatsword of the High King. The shield is topped with the Imperial Crown of Stormark, also known as the Imperial Crown of Valtia. In the First Viking Age it symbolized the Sovereignty of the Valtian Free State. From the Destruction of Valtia until the midst of the Days of the Old Tale the Imperial Crown aforesaid was kept at the Ancient Temple on the Sólareyjar, which was at the time the Seat of the Daughters of Freyja. In that part of the Days of the Old Tale a certain young chieftain who was known at the time as Jarl Harald of Ettlingar Freyu solved the Ancient Enigma. By doing so he proved that he was the Promised King, causing him to obtain the Imperial Crown of Valtia. This feat also signified that time had finally come for the Daughters of Freyja to carry out, together with their fellow Grand Mysterious Sisterhoods, our joint Manifest Destiny of creating a Valtia-esque state for the Vanafolk, meaning matriarchal and Vanic, so that we shall do well and always prosper. Jarl Harald was naturally prudent enough to let the Imperial Crown of Valtia continue to be kept at the Ancient Temple until a couple of weeks before His Yfirkonungurstekja in the year 1471 Anno Nortone. A boar and a Vanic Priestess of the royal rank of Princess of the Ancient Ways serve as shield supporters. The boar is in the Vanic Faith a sacred animal associated with various Gods and Goddesses. The Priestess is spreading out the Cloak of Faith over the Hall of Frigga and its staffers. The aforesaid cloak is purple of colour, which is a colour associated with royalty. She is wearing a Priestessly Crown as well as a Priestessly Necklace of gold with a ruby and gold pendant. It symbolizes the necklace that a Vanic Priestess is invested with upon being bestowed upon the full Priestessly Powers by the God or Goddess she is devoted to. Such necklaces are mentioned in the Ancient Covenant, the eternal Pact between the Vanic Gods and Goddesses and the Vanafolk for the happiness, benefit, prosperity and power of both the mortals and the Lords and Ladies Divine. They are treasured heirlooms, with a storied history that begins in the mists of times ancient beyond the memory of woman. It may happen that a Vanic Priestess surrenders the necklace that she was invested with after receiving her the full Priestessly Powers for a Priestessly Necklace that was willed to her by a Vanic Priestess who passed away. Her Royal Highness is a Rauðihár, which means "redhead" in the Storish language. Redheads are revered by the Vanafolk since red hair has traditionally been seen as a sign of descent from high-ranking ancestors and a mark of rulership and Priesthood. Vanafolkers also consider red hair to be a blessing from the Gods and Goddesses and very attractive. The Arms of the Warden of Inland also features the collar of the Grand and Glorious Imperial Order of the Two Silver Longships. The Imperial Order aforesaid is, together with the Most Beloved and Most Blessed Imperial Order of the Fulltrui, the Supreme Order of Chivalry of the Twenty-Six Jarldoms. The compartment is a meadow strewn with roses, and also contains the motto scroll. The colour of the meadow symbolizes fertility and the many roses allude to the love that the Gods and Goddesses have for the Vanafolk. "Home is where the heart is" is the meaning in the Storish language of the motto "Heima er þar sem hjartað er".
  8. Lady Ærinndís! A High Priestess hereby presents Your Imperial and Royal Highness, with joy which is as great as the mighty bosom of the Lady Unna, with the Flag of the Jarldom of Snæland. The blue of the coat of arms of the Snow Jarldom is, in accordance with your wishes, the main colour of this flag. The snowflake and the two white stripes represent snow and are and allusion to the name of your Jarldom, which means "snow land" in the Storish language.
  9. Yo, listen up, Lady Ærinndís! A High Priestess wishes to convey that she should like to make a flag for the Jarldom of Snæland. Her High Holiness therefore hereby requests for your input. Needless to say that mine gratitude for your input shall be as great as the mighty bosom of the Lady Unna!
  10. Yo, listen up, Lady Aoife and Sólarmenn! A High Priestess wishes to convey that she has the honour and the pleasure, both as great as the mighty bosom of the Lady Unna, to present you all with the updated version of the coat of arms of the Jarldom of the Sólareyjar. The updated coat of arms aforesaid features the Goddess Hnoss - who is the daughter of the Goddess Freyja and the mother of the Storjarla Björka Hnossdóttir; the latter being the progenitress mortal of the House of Ettlingar Freyu - standing in a Worship Water which is known as Björkaflǫð after performing Freyja's Sacred Sky Water Ritual for the very first time. Freyja was so pleased with and touched by this event that Kneppedís sent so much rain down that it created a river called Björkaflǫð and a lake called Björkavatn. Nøgendís also notified the Jólaslafðir that the wooded area in a thirteen mile radius around Björkavatn would from thenceforth be considered a sacred forest in its own right called Bjorka's Bush. Gold has been chosen as the colour of the shield because it is a colour associated with treasure, wealth and jewelry, which is the meaning of the name of the Goddess Hnoss. The shield is topped with the Imperial Crown of Stormark, also known as the Imperial Crown of Valtia. In the First Viking Age it symbolized the Sovereignty of the Valtian Free State. From the Destruction of Valtia until the midst of the Days of the Old Tale the Imperial Crown aforesaid was kept at the Ancient Temple on the Sólareyjar, which was at the time the Seat of the Daughters of Freyja. In that part of the Days of the Old Tale a certain young chieftain who was known at the time as Jarl Harald of Ettlingar Freyu solved the Ancient Enigma. By doing so he proved that he was the Promised King, causing him to obtain the Imperial Crown of Valtia. This feat also signified that time had finally come for the Daughters of Freyja to carry out, together with their fellow Grand Mysterious Sisterhoods, our joint Manifest Destiny of creating a Valtia-esque state for the Vanafolk, meaning matriarchal and Vanic, so that we shall do well and always prosper. Jarl Harald was naturally prudent enough to let the Imperial Crown of Valtia continue to be kept at the Ancient Temple until a couple of weeks before His Yfirkonungurstekja in the year 1471 Anno Nortone. A boar and a Vanic Priestess of the royal rank of Princess of the Ancient Ways serve as shield supporters. The boar is in the Vanic Faith a sacred animal associated with various Gods and Goddesses. The Priestess is spreading out the Cloak of Faith over the Jarldom of the Sólareyjar and its People. The aforesaid cloak is purple of colour, which is a colour associated with royalty. She is wearing a Priestessly Crown as well as a Priestessly Necklace of gold with a ruby and gold pendant. It symbolizes the necklace that a Vanic Priestess is invested with upon being bestowed upon the full Priestessly Powers by the God or Goddess she is devoted to. Such necklaces are mentioned in the Ancient Covenant, the eternal Pact between the Vanic Gods and Goddesses and the Vanafolk for the happiness, benefit, prosperity and power of both the mortals and the Lords and Ladies Divine. They are treasured heirlooms, with a storied history that begins in the mists of times ancient beyond the memory of woman. It may happen that a Vanic Priestess surrenders the necklace that she was invested with after receiving her the full Priestessly Powers for a Priestessly Necklace that was willed to her by a Vanic Priestess who passed away. Her Royal Highness is a Rauðihár, which means "redhead" in the Storish language. Redheads are revered by the Vanafolk since red hair has traditionally been seen as a sign of descent from high-ranking ancestors and a mark of rulership and Priesthood. Vanafolkers also consider red hair to be a blessing from the Gods and Goddesses and very attractive. The coat of arms of the Jarldom of the Sólareyjar also features the collar of the Most Beloved and Most Blessed Imperial Order of the Fulltrui. The Imperial Order aforesaid is, together with the Grand and Glorious Imperial Order of the Two Silver Longships, the Supreme Order of Chivalry of the Twenty-Six Jarldoms. The compartment is a meadow strewn with roses, and also contains the motto scroll. The colour of the meadow symbolizes fertility and the many roses allude to the love that the Gods and Goddesses have for the Vanafolk. The motto "Okkar er paradís" means "Ours is the paradise". It is the phrase with which the famous Valtian explorer Gunnar Greenclock finished the letter in which he advised the Chieftains of Valtia, at whose commission he was working, that he had secured the Sólareyjar's consent with regard to joining Valtia.
  11. A High Priestess wishes to convey that she wishes His Imperial and Royal Majesty a Happy Birthday and her fellow Stormarkers a Happy Rejoicing the High King Day!
  12. My Lady Regent, A High Priestess wishes to convey to Your Imperial and Royal Highness that the term "Bitter Borders Anterior" refers to the border conflicts that occurred between Tiundarike and Eidsivarike prior to the both of them became part of the Valtian Free State. Likewise does the term "Bitter Borders Posterior" denote the border wars and skirmishes that took place betwixt Tiundarike and Eidsivarike subsequent to Valtias Forlǫg, with the chieftains of Eidsivarike seizing the opportunity of the chaos caused by the Destruction of Valtia to attempt to bring the the lands of Tiundarike back into the fold of the Eidsivathing. Ultimately all of those attempts failed.
  13. Lady Ærinndís, A High Priestess wishes to express her exuberant gratitude to Your Imperial and Royal Highness for those kind words of appreciation and complimentation of yours! 😍
  14. My Lady Regent, A High Priestess wishes to convey that she is exuberantly in agreement with Your Imperial and Royal Highness!
  15. My Lady Regent, A High Priestess wishes to convey to Your Imperial and Royal Highness that the Temple Jarldom did indeed already have a coat of arms of its own. Her High Holiness accidentally and erroneously omitted "Updated" from the topic title.
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