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Army of Stormark Regiments in Celtica

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Army of Stormark Regiments in the Kingdom of Celtica:

 

The 1st Celtican Regiment of Foot known as The Seachnasach Rifles.

 

The 2nd Celtican Regiment of Foot known as Queen Aoife's Fianna.

 

The 3rd Celtican Regiment of Foot known as The Aedh Finnliath Grenadiers.

 

The 4th Celtican Regiment of Foot known as the The Royal Harp Fusiliers .

 

The 1st Celtican Regiment of Horse known as the The Royal Deirdre Dragoons.

 

The 2nd Celtican Regiment of Horse known as The Shamrock Wolves.

 

 

Given at the Hall of Thor, in Our Province of Gulathing, on the Twelfth Day of the Month Sokkvabekk in the Fourth Year of the Second Viking Age.

 

Harald Thorstein I the Generous Giver,

Lord High Marshal of Stormark,

Supreme Commander the Army of Stormark.

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Good Morning To You, Your Majesty,

 

This is Wonderful News for Celtica . . .

 

Your addition of Military Forces there will be most welcome, I am sure . . .

 

Have an absolutely splendiferous morning . . . forthwith . . .

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Good Evening To You, Your Majesty, Ruler of Stormark, And Also To Her Majesty, Queen Aoife,

 

Your Majesty of Stormark, Thank You So Very Much for responding so quickly to Her Majesty's request for Security for Celtica . . .

 

Your Calm Decisiveness and Wise Counsel in times of distress are most welcome in any situation . .

 

We deeply appreciate Your Generous Commitment of time, energy, and faithfulness as You Expertly Rule our Great Nation of Stormark . . .

 

Your Majesty, Queen Aoife, we recognize that You are troubled in these times of uncetainty . . .

 

The Great Nation of Stormark is committed to providing strength, safety, and stability in times of peace, and in times of turmoil . . .

 

We stand ready to defend Our Nation, and those of our Friendly Neighbours . . .

 

Have a most thoughtful evening . . . forthwith . . .

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