Pavia has gone into mourning over the death of the second Crown Prince, BritishWanderer, following a traditional ritual among the dukes.
Adorning themselves in black clothing and flying all flags at half mast, the people of Pavia are in the short period of despair following the ducal ceremony being held for the second time on the country’s land.
Every six weeks, the dukes come together to decide the continued leadership of the state.
Although BritishWanderer II continued his reign after surviving the first dice day, he died at his second.
After today’s rites, the dukes will vote to elect a new Crown Prince.
Citizens remember pen-to-paper approach
The second Crown Prince, his grace BritishWanderer II the Duke of Bedford, is being remembered for his pen-to-paper approach.
Although barely any infrastructure was built under his reign, he signed many deals which he hoped would bring construction projects to Pavia.
He also signed many new laws, including to claim territorial waters, protect wildlife and national parks, give citizens access to security information and require all members of the coast guard to undergo physical testing.
A major part of his reign, he joined the Elysian Pact to enter Pavia into a regional security partnership.
A new Crown Prince is expected to be sworn in tomorrow.
The Crown Prince is dead.
May he rest in peace.
Long live Pavia.
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