The body of King Kenric was brought by Queen Avelina to the stately cathedral in the Barony of Concordia of the Snows. His pallbearers carried his regal body in on a bier before the assembled court. The hall was silent at the sight of the great War king. Behind the bier walked the Queen, accompanied by her heralds, her guards, and her attendants as the sounds of Pange Melos Lacrimosum accompanied them from the musicians gallery.
The Queen addressed the populace, her sad voice executing the will of the late king as she gave out the King’s cyphers. No vivats interrupted the King’s last business. His body was removed to be released for his final journey by fire. His eyes were covered by coins and a lyre was clasped to his chest. (more…)