The Solemn Proclamation: Hearken, ye islands of the Great British Empire of Eldoria, brought together under the banner of unity, peace, and mutual prosperity. This Magna Carta is set forth as the bedrock of our governance, ensuring a lasting bond and shared progress among all our dominions.
Article the First: The High Senate
- The High Senate shall stand as the esteemed assembly of our Empire, representing each isle within our realm.
- Each isle shall be bestowed one voice in the High Senate, represented by its chosen emissary.
- The High Senate shall gather at appointed times to decree on matters concerning the common weal.
Article the Second: Path to Sovereignty
- Sovereigns desiring to join our fold must reign with the majority of their isle’s heart and soul.
- Aspirants shall first be granted the status of ‘pre-member,’ sharing their vision in one direction.
- True and full fellowship demands a two-sided sharing of vision, except when the shadows of security loom.
- The High Senate shall cast votes for both pre-members and aspirants to full fellowship.
- Only those in full fellowship shall hold the power to cast their vote in the High Senate.
Article the Third: The Rule of Isles
- A sovereign may reign over numerous isles within our Empire’s embrace.
- Each isle under a sovereign’s yoke, loyal and true in heart and kin, shall grant one voice in the High Senate.
Article the Fourth: The Banishment of Skyward Ambitions
- Let it be known, the pursuit of artifice or craft to conquer the heavens is forbidden.
- Should this sacred edict be broken, expulsion shall be swift, and the Empire’s wrath shall befall the traitor.
Article the Fifth: The Shield of Unity
- An affront against one is an affront against all; such is the bond of our Empire.
- Each isle shall rise in defense of any among us beset by foreign tempests.
Article the Sixth: The Living Scripture
- Amendments to this Magna Carta require the consensus of the High Senate, save for the voices dormant.
- This Magna Carta shall bind us from this day forth, upon affirmation by the sovereigns of our realm.
In Witness Whereof,
The Monarch of the British Empire,