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The Deluvian-Vistrian Peace Treaty is an agreement between the Deluvian Empire and the Kingdom of Vistria.

It was initially presented to Duke von Christoff of Newland, but after he killed the messenger it was instead presented directly to King Edward by Rollo, a Sea Elf slave.

Although the Vistrian government accepted the treaty, it was forced to do so without properly consulting all of the Vistrian nobility, as the timeframe the Deluvians mandated allowed only half of the nobles to get their messengers back in time. This has allowed a faction of discontented northern nobles, figureheaded by Princess Haruyo van Smith, to rise up, possibly eventually aiming to take the throne for themselves. This has even led to a fracture in The Hand of Sirius, whose top secular leader Marcus Jonasson left to found The Gauntlet of Sirius.

It has even been suggested that some of the nobles intentionally delayed their messengers so that they would have a pretext for rebellion.

Terms of the offer[]

  • Peace between the two parties.
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  • The Deluvian Empire cedes land north of a line drawn between Dream Lake and Shale Keep (see map), an area of about 100,000 square miles or 1/4 of Verandi (1/3 of the farmland).
  • All Deluvian forces to be withdrawn from this area, save for a bastion in the Crimson Sea.
  • Deluvian forces in Dream Lake to be reduced to the level of militia.
  • Vistria takes control of the Crimson Sea up to a distance of 50 miles from the shore, including fishing rights to a depth of 200 feet (see map).
  • Vistria may not create any new fortresses within the treaty area.
  • Pre-existing Vistrian fortresses within the treaty area may not contain more than 100 troops per civillian settlement.
  • The Vistrian navy is frozen at its current size, with the construction of new warships limited to replacing decomissioned ships.
  • As a goodwill gesture, the Friend of the Sea amulet is returned to the King of Verandi and the Deluvians maintain a unilateral ceasefire for three weeks after the treaty is offered (until the acceptance deadline).
  • Vistria may signal acceptance by replacing the Vistrian green flags of Castle with Verandi blue.
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