JOIN OUR CRUSADE

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Thank you for considering joining our crusade. Within this board you will find all the vital information you will need to know in relation to the site. This includes the sites rules and guides that will help you understand the role play and the characters within it.

Sub-boards: THE PLOTS, IN CHARACTER GUIDES, ROLE-PLAY GUIDES

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Canon List
by MUSICHETTA AVARE
Nov 16, 2013 5:33:42 GMT -5
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Members can post here with requests for various characters, family members that they are looking for.The canon lists are also located here. We ask you check this board before you consider making an original character.

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Sir Andrew Ffoulkes!
by SIR PERCIVAL BLAKENEY
Nov 16, 2013 14:43:35 GMT -5
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The incharacter newspapers, updates and notices can all be located in this board. Please be sure you read all notices posted here and feel free to submit articles for La Gazette.

Sub-boards: LA GAZETTE, NEWSLETTERS

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Cheap Kitchen Taps Sale UK
by gwynethemp4t
Nov 23, 2013 7:32:19 GMT -5
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All important site announcements will be posted here to do with in character and out of character information and updates.

Sub-board: ACTIVITY CHECKS

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What Is a Sitemap and how To Create Wordpress Sitemap Page?
by suruchi121
May 13, 2019 4:12:59 GMT -5
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The Importance Of Vocabulary In Speaking and Writing English
by shruti121
May 13, 2019 4:15:55 GMT -5

CREATION

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This is the character creation section. You may post your finished and work in progress applications here, for a member of staff to look over.

Sub-boards: FIRST TIME APPLICATIONS, PENDING APPLICATIONS, APPLICATION GRAVEYARD

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GILLES GRANTAIRE (WIP)
by GILLES GRANTAIRE
Nov 12, 2013 17:30:02 GMT -5
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All accepted applications will be moved here for further reference. Welcome to the site!

Sub-boards: NPC APPLICATIONS, THE SACRED HEART, THE FRIENDS OF THE ABC, THE LEAGUE OF THE PIMPERNEL, BRITISH/FRENCH ARISTOCRATS, BRITISH GOVERNMENT, FRENCH GOVERNMENT, CITIZENS OF FRANCE

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Cosette Fauchelevent
by LIBERTE
Nov 15, 2013 16:17:22 GMT -5
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Please be sure you sign up to all the appropriate forms here, once you have been accepted.

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WHO PLAYS WHO?
by AURÈLIEN ENJOLRAS
Nov 16, 2013 2:58:20 GMT -5

WHO AM I?

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Here you can record all your characters plots and relationships. Completed, pending and upcoming.

Sub-boards: THE LEAGUE OF THE PIMPERNEL, THE SACRED HEART, CITIZENS OF FRANCE, THE FRIENDS OF THE ABC, BRITISH/FRENCH ARISTOCRATS, FRENCH GOVERNMENT, BRITISH GOVERNMENT

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Free Falling (Cosette's plotter)
by COSETTE FAUCHELEVENT
Nov 26, 2013 11:40:25 GMT -5
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This is where you can note down your characters most private thoughts for us all to read!

Sub-board: THE LETTERS

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Too Far Gone [HELENE]
by HELENE DE ROCHAMBEAU
Nov 6, 2013 11:48:57 GMT -5
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Do you ever forget which threads you are in? Then this is where you can record them! What a good idea eh?

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Only a Kid But Hard to Scare
by EPONINE THENARDIER
Apr 30, 2013 8:58:47 GMT -5
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This board is a roleplay board, but its for you to roleplay past events. Anything that has happened before the sites current time, must be played here.

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All I Want Is A Drink. (Open/Lucille, @Cafe Musain)
by ANDRE BOUVIER
Nov 21, 2013 23:58:20 GMT -5
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If you would like to roleplay something that would never happen in the plots, but think it would be fun to explore, then you can post it here. This board is for au and fluffy threads.

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PARIS

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Upon trying to enter Paris you must show your papers to the guards, if you are a criminal of any kind you will be arrested on sight. Enter Paris at your own risk.

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Frère Jacques, Frère Jacques.. (Nicephore)
by HENRI D'ARTOIS
Jul 6, 2013 12:57:18 GMT -5
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Passing through Paris, with numerous bridges crossing it is the River Seine. This river is sometimes prone to smelling like an open sewer should the Paris sewer system fail.

Sub-board: CATACOMBES AND SEWERS

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A Lesson in Leadership (Tag: Lucien)
by ANDRE BOUVIER
Sept 30, 2013 18:57:05 GMT -5
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A popular place among students the Latin Quater is filled with many interesting places.

Sub-boards: ST. JULIEN LE PAUVRE, MARKET PLACE, ABC CAFE

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Heart of Life [Myléne]
by MUSICHETTA AVARE
Nov 18, 2013 8:49:16 GMT -5
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This is the 7th arrondissement of Paris, the home of the upper classes of Paris, cluttered with mansions and museums and theatres. Many noble families moved there from the 17th century on, and during the revolution many mansions were deserted, and reoccupied during the Restauration.

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No New Posts (Place De La Bastille)

The Bastille was built as part of the defenses of Paris and has been converted into a prison.

Sub-boards: THE PALAIS DE JUSTICE, THE ELEPHANT OF THE BASTILLE

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A Bird's-Eye View (Chauv)
by PAUL CHAUVELIN
Aug 7, 2013 21:21:14 GMT -5
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This is where the ABC have organised the building of the barricades, in a side road near where their headquarters are.

Sub-boards: THE BARRICADES, CORINTH WINE SHOP, MADAME MAXAINES TAVERN

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We know who we are...but not who we may become (Bahorel)
by FREDERIC ALGERNON JOLY
Nov 17, 2013 12:35:53 GMT -5
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Right next to the Rue de la Chanverrerie, Rue Saint-Denis is one of the oldest streets in Paris. The street is filled with houses and is notoriously known as a place of prostitution, however the street hold many clothes shops, bars and restaurants.

Sub-boards: THE SQUARE, APARTMENT BUILDING 47

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Too Old for a Gamin (Open)
by IRENE ARLETTE TREMBLAY
Dec 31, 2013 2:25:05 GMT -5
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One of the largest gardens in Paris. The garden is largely devoted to a green parterre of gravel and lawn populated with many statues on. The garden is famed for its calm atmosphere, and children often sail toy boats in the large water features.

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The Tuileries palace, which stands on the right bank of the River Seine, has been the usual home in Paris for Kings of France, their Court, and their governments since Henri IV in the mid-1500's until current times. The Tuileries is winter to Versailles summer in design, housing cavernous rooms and an imposing facade. It is one of the two palaces where King Henri's Court is housed.

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FRANCE

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A town and a major ferry port, many travellers come through here, in order to sail to England.

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Thirty miles from Paris is the forest in which the Sacred Heart have set up camp. A small village by the name of Barbizon is near by and many of the people there aid the Sacred Heart the mission.

Sub-board: THE CAMP OF THE SACRED HEART

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This Isn't My Idea of Fun (Helene)
by HELENE DE ROCHAMBEAU
Jul 24, 2013 8:54:13 GMT -5
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The people of this village have suffered greatly, many have moved to live with the rebels but afew still remain in the village.

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How does one waltz away from all of the memories?
by HENRI ROQUEFEUIL-BLANQUEFORT
Nov 25, 2013 18:10:02 GMT -5
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A large gunpowder mill is located in Essonne, the mill contributes greatly to Paris's military forces. There is a large village nearby, many of the villages work in the mill, which is a great source of jobs for the citizens.

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A Gunpowder Plot
by HELENE DE ROCHAMBEAU
Nov 6, 2013 11:00:58 GMT -5
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Own an estate in France? Visiting someone elses? All threads regarding manor houses, estates etc go here.

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For Honour {Genevieve}
by COMTESSE ELEONORE ROCHECHOUART
Nov 3, 2013 17:08:43 GMT -5
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The Chateau de Versailles lies in Versailles, a small, country village a little way outside of Paris proper. The Chateau - called just Versailles as the village is, is filled with gorgeous rooms glittering with jewels and gilt mirrors. The grounds are expansive with parks, gardens, and fountains. However, it has garnered a more gruesome reputation as the home of ill-fated Marie Antoinette, despite its beauty.

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Let Me Pretend I'm Somewhere Else {Chauvelin}
by MARIE EVANGELINE ROQUEFEUIL
Sept 1, 2013 20:45:02 GMT -5

ENGLAND

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A small pub in Dover, near where the boat to Calais ports. This is a popular meeting and rest place for members of the league.

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Own an estate in the uk? Visiting someone elses? All threads regarding manor houses, estates etc go here.

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A popular place for those of the upper class to come. Operas are a popular form of entertainment.

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No New Posts (Blakeney Hall)

This is a large Estate just outside of London, Sir Percy Blakeney resides here with his wife. The grounds are open once a week for the public to look around.

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EVENTS

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All plotting regarding the events goes here. Plot out what sort of exciting things will be happening to your characters during these events!

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Drink With Me Plotting!
by CHRISTOPHE FEUILLY
Nov 25, 2013 18:31:08 GMT -5
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All plotting and posts around the barricades can be located here. This is mainly for group threads, although you can post one on one threads here as well.

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Keeping Watch (Mylene)
by EPONINE THENARDIER
Nov 20, 2013 21:13:18 GMT -5
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All plotting and posts around the Kings social can be located here.

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The Advent of the Garden Party (Prior) {Chauv}
by PAUL CHAUVELIN
Sept 28, 2013 22:00:42 GMT -5

OUT OF CHARACTER

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All sorts of fun and interesting things happen inside this board. Theres lots of space for frolicking and activities.

Sub-boards: MEET AND GREET, THE CHAT, THE GAMES, THE GRAPHICS

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Falling Mute
by IRENE ARLETTE TREMBLAY
Feb 12, 2014 1:33:16 GMT -5
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All completed threads will be moved to our thread hall of fame. Spotlight nominations and winners will also be announced here.

Sub-boards: THE SPOTLIGHT, THE HALL OF FAME

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An Operation (Chauv/Nate/Helen)
by HENRI ROQUEFEUIL-BLANQUEFORT
Aug 22, 2013 10:58:37 GMT -5
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Post here if you are advertising for the first time, linking back or wishing to affiliate with us.

Sub-boards: FIRST LINKS, LINKING BACK AND ACCEPTED ADS, THE AFFILIATES

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PLEDGE; an AU Pokemon RP
by Novae
Jan 1, 2018 22:54:43 GMT -5
No New Posts (The Archives) - 1 Viewing

Dead threads and topics will be moved here. If you find a topic of yours has been moved here and you wish to have it restored, please pm a member of staff.

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Dream With Your Eyes Wide Open
by COSETTE FAUCHELEVENT
Nov 3, 2013 15:31:29 GMT -5

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LIBERTE: We've reopened here - hearthepeoplesing.boards.net/ Aug 27, 2015 15:55:12 GMT -5
CHRISTOPHE FEUILLY: More valuable, even. Dec 26, 2013 1:22:07 GMT -5
CHRISTOPHE FEUILLY: The pen is just as valuable as a knife! It's never too much to hope. Dec 26, 2013 1:21:50 GMT -5
IRENE ARLETTE TREMBLAY: Is it too much to hope the revolution may have need of a poet? I wield a pen even better than I do a knife. Dec 14, 2013 0:39:11 GMT -5
ANDRE BOUVIER: When the beating of your heart echos the beating of the drums Nov 18, 2013 19:12:17 GMT -5
IRENE ARLETTE TREMBLAY: It is the music of a people who will not be slaves again! Nov 17, 2013 20:55:17 GMT -5
ANDRE BOUVIER: Singing the song of angry men Nov 17, 2013 20:21:04 GMT -5
FREDERIC ALGERNON JOLY: Do You Hear The People Sing? Nov 16, 2013 10:16:06 GMT -5
AURÈLIEN ENJOLRAS: hello Nov 13, 2013 8:03:17 GMT -5
FREDERIC ALGERNON JOLY: Lesgle! My Friend! *clings* The horrorrr! Nov 13, 2013 5:20:39 GMT -5
FÉLIX LESGLE: My dear fellow, what misery? That's a disease we should be glad to catch! Nov 12, 2013 19:38:49 GMT -5
FREDERIC ALGERNON JOLY: *Sneeze* Just p-p-p-ut me outta me misery! Nov 12, 2013 13:04:04 GMT -5
MYLÈNE LACOQUINE: Be careful, Argan... there's killer viruses on the loose *snickers* revolutions are quite contagious Nov 10, 2013 14:05:43 GMT -5
FREDERIC ALGERNON JOLY: *sneeze* ...oh no! Nov 10, 2013 7:28:45 GMT -5
ANDRE BOUVIER: ... And what was your name again monsieur? I'm afraid I've forgotten. Nov 8, 2013 9:29:32 GMT -5
ÉMILE JAVERT: By all means, keep talking. Fascinating stuff indeed. Nov 7, 2013 16:51:25 GMT -5
LUCILLE CORALIE BOUSQUET: I'm tired of all this talk of revolution Nov 6, 2013 12:45:46 GMT -5
ANDRE BOUVIER: Dreams do not replace manpower, hope cannot replace gunpowder. If you want to win, you need people who have both on your side. Nov 6, 2013 8:20:57 GMT -5
CHRISTOPHE FEUILLY: I am neither a delusional peasant nor an idealistic schoolboy. Revolutions always have to go this way, it seems--the uprisings are crushed often, but we have to hope for the future and for the world regardless. Nov 6, 2013 1:06:54 GMT -5
ANDRE BOUVIER: Our "king" is a child. He's not the one I fear. Nov 5, 2013 16:31:02 GMT -5