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Scroll Text: Pelican for Philippe de Lyon


Cerian Cantwr            


I will tell now the tale of a courtier to you
Who does all the things that gentleman do
He will dance, he will fight to face down any menace
He will fish, he'll play pons (you may know that as tennis).

Yes, Philippe de Lyon is most useful indeed
He will help you however it is that you need.
He will serve, he will marshal, he'll teach period drills
He'll attempt to assault bureaucracy's ills.

We recognize now this man of renown
as we sit here in Wurm Wald, pay head to the crown:
A Pelican do we this day make of thee,
So sayeth King Dag and Queen Anne Marie.

Done this 19th day of January, AS 47.



Not part of scroll text:

For a pelican, on diverse diet is fed,
They eat fish, drops of blood, and dried cubes of bread.





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