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Great Tent of Wola
Wola Tent

Origin

Royal Elections of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth

Type

Tent

Effects

Causes every male descendant of the Polish-Lithuanian Nobility to come to the tent

Downsides

None

Activation

Attaching either the Polish or Lithuanian flag to the flagpoles

Collected by

LordHighSubtitute

Section

Constatine-77GH

Aisle

8472-19472

Shelf

N/A (To big to Shelf)

Date of Collection

07/12/2014

[Source]


Origin Edit

The Kingdom of Poland and The Grand Duchy of Lithuania have been under a Personal Union under the Jagiellon dynasty. However in 1569 King Sigismund I Augustus remained childless and nearing death. Thus the Nobles of Poland and Lithuania met and signed the Union of Lublin. Which would unite the two nations creating the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and also establishing an Elective Monarchy in the state.

In 1573, A year after Sigismund's death. The Szlachta (Polish Nobility) met at the field of Wola. The Polish holds a very unique class system, where all noblemen are equal and the King is "The first among equals". The Nobility was around ten percent of the whole population. And because all nobles had the same right to vote. This makes the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth the largest democracy in Europe at the time. The Lithuanians boycotted the Royal Election of 1573 because they want a revision to the treaty of Lublin. But eventually they will accept the results of the election and would come in the subsequent elections.

Effects Edit

The tent have two flagpoles. If only the Polish flag is attached only those of Polish noble descent will arrive and vice versa. If both flags are attached then both descendants will arrive. The artifact wi

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