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Volutus is elected as the first Princeps under Severn Temple's new charter
Eurus Aquilae sponsors the resounding of Narwold covenant
The magi investigate an infernal site at the abbey of Abingdon

The magi retrieve and then hide a cursed blade that had prompted several murders
Hypatia is instructed to attend the Grand Tribunal to answer a charge of interfering in mundane affairs
Jari and Terentius investigate Roxburgh
Volutus travels to Giant's Stone, Glenrisdal and Bucholly Castle covenants
Praeco Rochus of Loch Leglean recounts his vision
Hypatia names Luddwyn of Ex Miscellanea as one of the few magi who could have raised the great storm
Volutus and Terentius investigate Abingdon abbey again, with disastrous results
Terentius finds a familiar, Meliorax

Primus Providus of Bonisagus dies and is replaced by Archimagus Praeberus
Several new members of Narwold visit the covenant
Holy Isle investigates Abingdon and finds evidence of a diabolic ritual

A group of monks are spotted near an old covenant in the Clun
John Balliol is crowned as King of Scotland with Theo's support
Volutus discovers that a Gifted necromancer close to London
Terentius and Pyrrhus awaken Llandoddwyn in the Clun

Pyrrhus and Jari clash over matter of etiquette
Hypatia is found not guilty of raising the storm that aided her brother's forces
Pyrrhus makes an unwise deal with Gofynwy that puts in at odds with the Erechwydd
France declares war on England
House Tremere publicly supports Stonehenge's recent actions
Praeco Rocos confirms the scabbard lies within Roxburgh
Jari and Terentius contact the Old Ones in Mynydd Myddyn and learn of the Shining One

Theo calls a parliament to discuss the affairs of the country
Terentius and Pyrrhus explore Mynydd Myddyn

Jari recounts the tale of the Tegid Foel's attempt to retake the tower in the faerie region
Blanche tells Hypatia of her vision of the Templar attack on Durenmar
The Pope calls a crusade against the Order of Hermes
Durenmar, Irencilia and other covenants fall to Templar forces
Terentius' investigation of Marlborough goes badly
Calpurnius formally surrenders to the Pope

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