Chapter 24, 2nd Season
Et dimitte nobis debita nostra
We, Bernardus Guidonis and Konrad von Marburg, following our sacred duty to Our Lord Jesuchrist and the orders of the bishop of Barcelona, in the day of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, in the second year since Conrado von Mainz raised the banner of rebellion against the Holy Father in Rome, we decree that what Enewald of Finnish Landas, son of Finnishwald of Ene Landas and Landasia of Waldania, has declared in this Holy Trial are truly and inspired by our Lord. From the Volumen 2567th from the Holy Inquisition's archives of Newcastlane upon Tynytoys, under the command of the blessed bishop Ikus Imperator, on September, 1390.
This Trial has been ruled by our lord the bishop of Barcelona. In this writting we are going to explain the events related with the fall of the evil and ugly Kurt Steiner, a Satanic being as his works had trully shown, with the help of his succubus and followers, as evil and uglier as him. It has been ordered that all the witnesses related with this case must be heard by Church. The judges thus have nominated our lord the bishop of Barcelona to head the following process. In his very presence confessions and penance will be heard and registered.
January 21th, 1213.
Lo Ferran March: Good morning, sir.
Lo Steiner: Good morning to thee, too. What the heck do you want?
King Ramon: What is a heck?
Lo Ferran March: Nothing really. I just wanted to say that our Lord...
Lo Steiner: Which Lord?
Lo Ferran March: Our Father in Heaven, God Almighty.
Lo Steiner: I see, THAT lord. Ok, go on.
Lo Ferran March: Well, our Lord...
Lo Steiner: You can skip that part.
Lo Ferran March: ...has called me to His Holy Service. Well, I'm the Mesiah.
Lo Steiner: Thank you Shakie...
King Ramón: Why is he black?
Lo Ferran March: Who? The Lord?
KingRamón: No, the Shakie thing.
Lo Steiner: Too much sun-bathuing, you see.
Von Shaka having an intuition of how this whole affair is going to end.
Lo Ferran March: All in all, as I was saying, I'm the Messiah, you know.
Lo Stenier: I know.
King Ramon: I don't. What is a Messiah?
Lo Ferran March: Well, in short.
Lo Stenier: Wait.
Lo Ferran What?.
Lo Stenier: No what but wait, oh gosh, that's sillier than arguing with the Monty Python about Plato!!!! Let's make that shorter! Do you see that big window?
Lo Ferran March: Yes... I see... You're going to tell me to jump. Angels and all that jazz.
Lo Stenier:Yesssssssss... are you going to do it? To prove it to me, please?
Lo Ferran March: Of course, good fellow.
Lo Stenier: The window is all yours.
Lo Ferran March: Here I go!
It seems that the angels were quite busy that day. Thus was over the Messiah file.
Ferran March, after "landing".
The Tiber river was covered by large chunks of ice as big as a Venetian gallion that hellish winter. Not as bad as in the Nortern countries, that winter was quite unpleasant in Rome.
That morning the members of the Roman Church kept themselves busy, in spite of the cold. Members of the Guard, called Provisa Res, were deployed in the place and the streets that led to Letran, the Palace of the Pope.
One of his youngers soldiers, Murmur of Andus, was walking along the stairs that led to the palace. He looked as all the young soldiers, a reall noobie as the veterans called them: eager to please but not knowing how. He was a clever boy, nevertheless, and wasted no time to see a tall man who was strolling up and down, looking at the stairs and unable to decide what to do next. Suddenly, with a firm countenance in his eyes, the tall man went to the stairs.