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Catherine Stewart

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PostSubject: [ENTRANCE] The Palace Gates   Sun Aug 30, 2009 2:06 pm


Welcome before the gates of the Palace of Westminster, the residence of the Royal Court of England and his Parliament. Several guards are standing before the Palace Gates. This isn't the only gatehouse, no, there are several! A lot of traffic is going on, people going in and out. But can you come in? Do you have the right to go in? If the guards don't know you, they'll certainly hold you. Do not mess with them! Armed with rifles and spears, there much to strong for you! After these gates, you enter the Court. Please look at the flour plan of the Palace of Westminster first, before you get lost in this huge Palace...

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PostSubject: Re: [ENTRANCE] The Palace Gates   Tue Aug 24, 2010 8:33 am

Une cavalière ayant fière tournure se présente avec trois soldats portant ses couleurs aux portes du palais royal
L'un des hommes s'avance et dit :

Veuillez annoncer la Baronne du Faix Ministre des affaires étrangères de France à sa Seigneurie le Lord Protecteur.


Riding having proud turning is presented with three soldiers carrying its colors to the gates of the royal palace; one of the men advances and says:

Please announce to the Baroness of the Faix Foreign Minister of France to his Seigniory the Lord Protecteur.


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PostSubject: Re: [ENTRANCE] The Palace Gates   Wed Aug 25, 2010 1:07 pm

Edward Jojor had just arrived in England and therefore he had received an invitation from the King of England at the Palace of Westminster and then he knocked and said:

Can you let me come. I came to King's Invitational

then waited
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PostSubject: Re: [ENTRANCE] The Palace Gates   Thu Aug 26, 2010 4:30 am

Three Guards are guarding the entrance of Westminster, when a group of French Soldiers arrive at the gates. One of the Guards approaches and greets the foreigners.

Veuillez annoncer la Baronne du Faix Ministre des affaires étrangères de France à sa Seigneurie le Lord Protecteur.

Please announce to the Baroness of the Faix Foreign Minister of France to his Seigniory the Lord Protecteur.


I'll announce the presence of Her Excellency to the Lord Protector of England. You may enter and a guard will bring you to his office.

Je vais annoncer le présence de Son Excellence à sa Seigneurie le Lord Protecteur. Vous pouvez entrer et un soldat serra vous accompagner à son office.


After the soldiers and the Foreign Minister of France have entered the palace. Another man comes to the gates. The guard approaches the man.

Can you let me come. I came to King's Invitational


The guard checks the papers of the man and then opens the gates.

You may enter. The guard will lead you to the Office of the Lord Protector.
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