An Unknown Figure steps forward.. People of Celtia. Look at what lies ahead. I was young when the Aronokath rebellion occurred, but I was not young enough to be spared from the horrors of conflict and violence. While the Aronokath rebellion attempted to bring a new era for Celtia, only violence was brought from it. The pain did not end there. The "King's" men, protector of the people of Celtia, turned on their very own people. Thousands died in the streets from starvation or under the iron boot of the security forces. The violence did not end there. Surely you have heard of the assassinations from our other city. Our elders die of old age, while the young ones are murdered. The poor blame the King, and violence is enacted against him and his men. The King continues to slaughter the poor and their men. Don't you see? All the people know in these troubled times is violence. Would our ancestors have wanted this? Now, a man who killed the poor and their ringleader, the Aronokaths, has come to take back the city with force. If it is true, it has been said that Ceri, claiming to be Queen, had her position thrust upon her. I don't know about you, but the Celts have and always will be, a free and strong people. Does our "Queen" have to be enslaved by a document of parchment? A woman or man who answers to a document written by dead men. Is that who deserves to govern our strong Nation? Likewise, a man who has killed so many to get to his position of power. Does he deserve the throne? I propose that Celts themselves choose who is their leader. Not a council of landowners, since even the mad Commander himself owns land. Each district shall cast a vote, every man and woman of marrying age. Meanwhile, I propose that every Celt who loves their country and their families gathers their weapons. We must protect ourselves and our children and wives should conflict happen in the streets. I refuse to allow the city of Dun Eideaan to burn over a power conflict! And with that the unknown figure melds back into the darkness..