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Aoife the Celt

Rejoicing the High King Day Fest

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Evening has fallen over the Imperial City of Haraldsborg, the Capital of Stormark. In the romantic and cosy Ancient Banquet Chambers of the Feast Hall, an indoor traditional dress event is being held. It is the Rejoicing the High King Day Fest to celebrate the 35th birthday of His Most Imperial and Most Royal Majesty Harald Thorstein the Generous Giver, High King of Stormark.

All Citizens of Stormark and Nationals of other Micran Nations have been invited to the Feast Hall, where they will enjoy the High King's hospitality. All Stormarkers attending this party are required to wear the traditional dress of the Traditional District they hail from. Foreigners attending the Rejoicing this party must wear the traditional dress of their home country.

A delicious meal is being served which includes:

Meat Soup
Turnip Soup
Barley Flat Bread

Apple Bacon
Lamb/Mutton with Garlic and Mint butter
Honey Roasted Chicken
Baked Fish in Bread (barley bread)
Leek and Cheese Pie with Barley pastry
Baked Beets
Pea Chops
Garlic Mushrooms
Mustard Sauce
Glazed Root Vegetables

Angels Food
Fruit Pudding
Honey Nut Cake


Various entertainments are being provided to entertain the many guests including gaming, the singing of bawdy ballads, and a saucy wench competition.

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* Lady Aoife, wearing a olive green traditional Celtic regal dress, a copy of the Brísingamen (Freyja's necklace), a stunning Celtic Tiara, and the insignia of the Grand and Glorious Imperial Order of the Two Silver Longships, enters the Ancient Banquet Chambers of the Feast Hall and takes one of the seats reserved for the House of Ettlingar Freyu. *

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* High King Harald arrives at the Ancient Beer Chambers of the Feast Hall for Ambassador Maggern's Welcoming Party and sits down on the Seat of Honour. He is dressed in a magnificent gold-embroided Imperial Ceremonial Garb made of the finest green wool available, a blue velvet Imperial Cloak secured with gold brooch depicting playing cats and a golden belt adorned with precious stones. On his garb He bears a round gold plaque depicting the Norse goddess Freyja in her full divine glory. He is also wearing the Insignia of the Grand and Glorious Imperial Order of the Two Silver Longships, the Insignia of the Most Treasured House Order of Freyja, the male version of House of Ettlingar Freyu Order consisting of a portrait of the senior human female of the Imperial House of Ettlingar Freyu -- High Queen Sigrid -- set in diamonds and suspended from a white ribbon, and a copy of the Brísengamen around His upper right arm. *

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The first bawdy ballad. :lol:

 

Heigh ho

Who is there?

No one but me my dear.

 

Please come

Say how do the things I'll give to you?

 

A stroke as gentle as a feather

I'll catch a rainbow from the sky and tie the ends together

 

Heigh ho

I am here.

Am I not young and fair ?

 

Please come

Say how do the things I'll show to you?

 

Would you have a wond'rous sight?

The midday sun at midnight

 

Fair maid, white and red,

Comb you smooth and stroke your head

hmm

 

How a maid can milk a bull

And every stroke a bucketful

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* Storjarla Æsileif enters the Ancient Beer Hall. The daughter of High King Harald is wearing a jaw-dropping gold-embroided Imperial Court Dress made of blue silk. Storjarla Æsileif is also wearing the Insignia of the Royal Family Order of Queen Anne-Marie, the Insignia of the Most Treasured House Order of Freyja, the female version of House of Ettlingar Freyu Order consisting of a portrait of the senior male of the House of Ettlingar Freyu -- High King Harald -- encircled by diamonds and suspended from a blue ribbon, an ancient Norse Tiara and a pair of diamond earrings that are part of the Ravarian Crown Jewels. *

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