when everything changed
It's been five years since Henry VII died and left his kingdom, five years since his son Arthur Tudor and his Spanish bride Katherine of Aragon took the throne. Never have the English dreamed that after years and years of civil war and unrest, they would be able to see such peace and prosperity throughout their country. King Arthur and his beloved Queen have nearly brought a second coming of Camelot to England, strong in their foreign allies of Spain and Italy and a champion country of Catholicism. A new era has been bestowed upon the country, and few have mind to stand against it.
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October - January 1514
Exports are high, imports even higher, Queen Katherine's rule of tolerance and charity is softening the entirety of her kingdom while King Arthur enriches the farmlands, the border castles, trade routes and foreign friendships. Together they have brought an entire country out of its doomed fate, have brought a new sense of shining hope to their people, and have continued a new dynasty that shall not be shaken.
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The Spencer Patronage
War has come and gone, treaties draft and signed, Spring refreshing both realm and subjects as if it were a God-given remedy. From lowborn children to the old patriarchs of nobility, England continues to rejoice in its new continental foothold, and with the warmer tides of Summer approaching, it does not seem the pageantry will slow with the changing seasons. King Henry’s own Master of Horse, William Spencer the Lord Gloucester, has arranged and orchestrated a most grand, most glittering festival of sorts for both sovereign and those lucky enough for an invitation. Those who are deemed to merely hear about it through court’s whispers could find themselves bribing the Lord Gloucester’s household guards, perhaps even sneaking by them, for King Henry’s court is well known to have an insatiable thirst for frivolity. Fountains of deep red wine, lawn games and costumed masques are sure to be rampant under the Lord and Lady Gloucester’s patronage, and certainly to impress the excitable young King, no expense will be spared.
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