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<ic>To create the title ‘The Champion of Courage’, an annual appointment in Summer by the Assembly of Courage. The shield Torchbrand will be the regalia of that title. <br>''Proposed by Casinea, seconded by Semmerholm.''</ic>
 
<ic>To create the title ‘The Champion of Courage’, an annual appointment in Summer by the Assembly of Courage. The shield Torchbrand will be the regalia of that title. <br>''Proposed by Casinea, seconded by Semmerholm.''</ic>
 
==Overview==
 
==Overview==
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* Summer 382YE
 
* Summer 382YE
 
==Campaign Outcome==
 
==Campaign Outcome==
* Creates the title ''Champion of Courage'', appointed annually during Summer by the [[Courage]] [[Assembly#The Virtue Assemblies|Virtue Assembly]].
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* Creates the title ''[[Champion of Courage]]'', appointed annually during Summer by the [[Courage]] [[Assembly#The Virtue Assemblies|Virtue Assembly]].
 
* The title will be custodian of the artifact [[Pilgrim's Shield]] ''Torchbrand''.
 
* The title will be custodian of the artifact [[Pilgrim's Shield]] ''Torchbrand''.
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==Constitution==
 
==Constitution==
It is not necessary or appropriate to use a Senate motion to indicate that an item will form part of the regalia of a title. Whoever currently owns Torchbrand is not under any legal obligation to hand it over because of this Senate motion.
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It is not necessary or legally binding to use a Senate motion to indicate that an item will form part of the regalia of a title. Whoever currently owns Torchbrand is not under any legal obligation to hand it over because of this Senate motion.
  
 
Any citizen can choose to grant any artefact or similar permanent item to a title, provided they own it. If they give the item to the title, rather to the bearer, then it automatically becomes part of the regalia of the title, provided that they inform the civil service of their actions.
 
Any citizen can choose to grant any artefact or similar permanent item to a title, provided they own it. If they give the item to the title, rather to the bearer, then it automatically becomes part of the regalia of the title, provided that they inform the civil service of their actions.

Latest revision as of 17:01, 22 January 2022


To create the title ‘The Champion of Courage’, an annual appointment in Summer by the Assembly of Courage. The shield Torchbrand will be the regalia of that title.
Proposed by Casinea, seconded by Semmerholm.

Overview

Date

  • Summer 382YE

Campaign Outcome

Constitution

It is not necessary or legally binding to use a Senate motion to indicate that an item will form part of the regalia of a title. Whoever currently owns Torchbrand is not under any legal obligation to hand it over because of this Senate motion.

Any citizen can choose to grant any artefact or similar permanent item to a title, provided they own it. If they give the item to the title, rather to the bearer, then it automatically becomes part of the regalia of the title, provided that they inform the civil service of their actions.