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The Round Table is an event were many Lords gather to talk about what has been occurring since the last Round Table as well as what is going to happen in the future. Often, there will often be off topics discussed at the meeting also.

The First Round Table

The First Round Table
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Air Date July 18th 2014
Perspectives
Guude Icon Vintagebeef Icon Roamin Icon


Coestar Icon Nisovin Icon Justin Icon


Arkas Icon Deadbones Icon Willy Icon


Pyro Icon

Main Topics or Resolutions

  • Come up with words and a symbol for next month, Game of Thrones style.
  • Peasants should be called peasants and not noblemen or townsfolk.
  • What do we call the world? Suggestions are as follows:
    • Coe's Quest 2
    • Beefingtonshireham
    • Dong Dank Town
    • Coe's Quest 3 (Wasn't added to the document)
    • Minecraftia
    • Toronto
    • Friendship Town
  • There is much discussion about how to choose a name, Lord Guude suggests that peasants vote with their gold. There is also a suggestion that they don't know what they are voting for.
  • Lord Willakers shows the other Lords and the Squire a map of the land and talks about the development of the town and that next month they will give out the land.
  • Lord Willakers mentioned that between the meetings, what is now known as Friendship Town will be built.
  • There was discussion about how many squires each Lord will be allowed. Lord Willakers mentions that they should start with three, but if it works out, more can be added later, perhaps up to five.
  • Before the next Round Table meeting there will be a jousting tournament to see which Lord can groom the best squire. The following list are what is required to be built for the jousting tournament and the Lord assigned to complete that build:
    • Stables - Lord Deadbones
    • Castle - Lord Arkas
    • Stadium - Lord Justin, with assistance from Lord Willakers
    • Brewery - Lord Coestar
    • Farm - Lord Beef
    • Walls Around the Whole Thing - Lord Roamin
    • Barracks - Lord Nisovin
    • Bring the Cups - Lord Roamin
    • Iron Forge (Built As He Remembers It) - Lord Guude
  • Lord Justin brings up the issue of killing peasants and squires. Lord Willakers says that it is fine. Lord Guude says that peasants should be milked for all the gold they have.
    • Lord Roamin suggests that for squires, however, if a Lord kills someone else's squire, the Lord that has lost a squire may choose a squire from the Lord that did the killing, but, as Lord Willakers adds, only if the two Lords are not currently at an agreed upon war.
    • It is resolved that there will be a trial if there is a random killing of another person's squire.
  • The Round Table ends with a dance party.

Sub-Topics or Off-Topics

  • Throughout the whole meeting, there are moments of dance breaks due to the afk kicker kicking the Lords from the server.
  • Vintagebeef wanted to be known as Lord Beef. As such Lord Willakers calls him Lord Vintagebeef.
  • Lord Guude will be next months mediator/meat eater.
  • Looking at the map, many of the Lords notice that it looks like a dong, with Lord Roamin asking if he can have the tip.
  • Squire Pyro destroys part of the map whilst trying to point to the tip.
  • Magical chairs is played and Lord Arkas loses, becoming the first loser.
  • Peasants would like the ability to eat potatoes. Lord Roamin suggests that, every Friday, they pile up potatoes in the village square and burn them. There is discussion about what peasants can actually eat, as meat is only for the Lords. Lord Beef is assigned the task of bringing potatoes to the peasants and, if he wants, poison them.
  • The Irish should be the only ones to be allowed to have potatoes.
  • Lord Roamin suggests that there is a second Round Table built outside for nice days. Lord Guude also suggests adding a pool to this table. Lord Willakers says that if Lord Roamin and his squires build a Round Table outside, the Lords will use it.
  • Next Round Table will be musical chairs Round Table... with TNT, as suggested by Lord Guude.
  • Squire Pyro asks what the currency is, suggesting it is changed to Gil. Lord Roamin suggests that it should be krugerrands. Lord Guude suggests that the currency could be Dongs if the town is called Dong Dank. The name of the currency would be decided at the next Round Table.

Quotes

"There I was..."
―The Lord or Squire at the Start of their Video
"Instead of indiscriminate killing, what if instead, we kill peasants all you want, no, fair game..."
―Lord Roamin
"...and suddenly Beef just shows up and pounds her, to death?"
―Lord Guude

The First Small Council Square Table Meeting

The First Small Council
Small Table Screengrab
Air Date July 27th 2014
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Deadbones Icon Justin Icon

"The purpose of the small table is to bring up- have inter-month meetings for things that need to be brought up at the next Round Table and to deal with some of the lesser affairs that don't need to be brought up."
―Lord Willakers

Main Topics or Resolutions

  • The issue of the rebellions are brought up by Lord Willakers. There is confusion as to why peasants are wanting to rebel seeing as the land in Dong Dank is cheaper compared to Camelot.
    • The Lords are not concerned, as the peasants aren't given swords, have only wooded axes and that the Lords are invulnerable.
    • Lord Willakers mentions the existence of Lord Traps, boxes in which Lords might be able to be contained. Lord Willakers also suspects that Lord Beef and Lord Arkas might have been trapped within these boxes, but also suggests that they might just be busy making other Minecraft videos. There is apparently something to entice Lords into it, such as cheese or carrots.
    • Lord Willakers asks for suggestions on how to deal this.
      • Lord Deadbones suggests killing them all, but Lord Willakers says that they can't kill and replace every peasant.
      • Lord Justin suggests that the Lords break them up by infiltrating them.
  • Transitioning from talking about how to deal with the rebels, Lord Justin informs the other Lords about how Lord Willakers and he discovered that there was a new drug on the street called Swammies. Lord Willakers informs Lord Deadbones and Lord Nisovin how Swammies are formed and how peasants have been fishing them out of the lake. Lord Willakers and Lord Justin are worried that there could be more on the street. Lord Willakers asks for suggestions on how to deal with these peasants, as 95% of them are breaking the law. The suggestions are as follows:
    • Lord Deadbones suggests poisoning the lake.
    • Lord Nisovin suggests controlling the supply.
    • Lord Justin suggests getting them all hooked on Swammies.
      • Lord Willakers mentions that he and Lord Justin haven't been busting the dealers, but in fact skimming a little from the top. He then tells Lord Deadbones and Lord Nisovin not to tell the other Lords and that their silence will get them a cut of the money.
      • Lord Justin expands on his suggestion, saying that if the rebels are hooked on Swammies, they are less likely to rebel, making them more money.
  • The idea of there being a prison is brought up. Banishment Island, the current (as of the meeting) way of detaining peasants has issues where peasants are just swimming away and that they are swimming in the same lake as the fish, making them 'happy'.
    • There are suggestions of where the prison should go, such as in one of the crappier districts, such as under The Slums, furthermore in the hole that was left behind when McDanky's was taken and within the cave system under The Slums, however Lord Willakers shows concern about the location of the prison being under a district.
    • Lord Nisovin suggests that they could protect the prison with magical spells, which means they can put it anywhere they want.
  • Lord Justin brings up the issue of The Slums being full. Lord Willakers suggests that there are some areas around the edge of The Slums that are just dirt piles and that they will get some guys in to rezone some plots. He also suggests that many of The Slums are not towers and that the original plan was that people would make tall apartments. Lord Willakers suggests that, if the peasants make apartments, he will put bridges between buildings to connect them up.
    • Lord Nisovin suggests the building of a tower or towers around The Slums that people can rent floors for. The other Lords expand on the idea, suggesting that there could be rooms and that it could be cheaper than The Slum plots.
  • There have been talks that the taxes in the city are too high, except in The Slums.
    • The Lords talk about how the peasants are often complaining about everything, such as the price of carrots and water being 1 gold coin. Lord Justin highlights how the only food that the peasants have are carrots, such as when he went to pizza place, they gave him a carrot.
      • Lord Willakers suggests that some of the Lords go round to different restaurants and provide them with food.
      • Lord Justin suggests that there will eventually need to be a formation of a Food and Drug Administration.
    • Lord Willakers says that taxes are fine and that they don't need to change them just yet.
  • Lord Nisovin estimates that the city is about 20-30% full. The Slums is full and the area around The Slums ~70-80% full or maybe ~50%. Lord Willakers and the other Lords praise this achievement.
  • Lord Nisovin talks about how some districts, such as The Netherward, request for a guild plot, which could be done through the rezoning of land. He suggests adding one in the following areas:
    • The Netherward
    • Nature's Grove
    • Magic Quarter
      • The Magic one is suggested to be made very large in size.
    • Vineyard
  • The meeting is adjourned with the Lords going to a burger place. However, it turns out that they have gone to, as Lord Justin named it, Slum Tower (though he initially said Slum Palace to confuse the other Lords present), which has been built thanks to Lord Justin's commissions. The Lords discuss how Slum Tower works and tour the building.
    • They look at the bottom two plots, which are special in that they go down deep and are positioned in an advantageous place, however, they are expensive, aimed for people who could be Slumlords. One of the plots, the McDanky's one, is much more expensive than the other one and has a service counter already made.
    • Lord Willakers, outside of the Tower, highlights that peasants living around the outside of the Tower may not be happy with it's close proximity, showing how a shrine to Lord Guude has had it's view obstructed.

Sub-Topics or Off-Topics

  • Lord Deadbones highlights the issue of the giant pit in The Slums where McDanky's once was before it was taken to Danky Land. The resolution is that there should be a sign and a fence around the hole, the task being given to Lord Justin, as he is the 'Slum Guy'.
  • There have been complaints that the Building Inspectors have not gone to Southsire. Lord Deadbones says that this is apparently because the district is boring and is like the Midwest in America in that nobody cares about it. Lord Justin apologises for this and tells the people of Southshire to blame Lord Deadbones.
  • There have been talks of ale and whether it is needed for peasants. Lord Deadbones, being the one who brought it up, says that they shouldn't have it but that he should. Lord Willakers is confused as to why Lord Deadbones shot down his own idea. Lord Deadbones explains that he doesn't want to get them drunk as it's going to fuel the rebellion.
    • The other Lords, however, say that ale might be able to help calm the rebels, as them being drunk on ale and high on Swammies would calm them. Lord Willakers suggests that this is an issue that needs to be brought up at the next round table.
  • Lord Nisovin brings up the issue of peasants wanting stone tools because the peasants have been complaining that wooden tools are not enough. Lord Willakers says that peasants should just be able to make their own, but the other Lords highlight that the peasants are not able to. The other Lords suggest supplying stone tools, but at a high markup.
    • Lord Willakers however, questions if they need them, saying that a carpenter who blames their tools is a poor carpenter indeed. Lord Deadbones suggests tools being removed from peasants.
    • Whilst there is no resolution, it is heavily suggested that there will not be the upgrading of tools.
  • Lord Deadbones doesn't like how the peasants are constantly complaining, suggesting that there should be guard dogs at night and iron golems walking the streets, though Lord Willakers points out that it hasn't turned into a Judge Dredd thing and that they don't need RoboCop levels of needing patrols going around the streets.

Quotes

"Why Southshire? Southshire is boring. People who live in Southshire are just- they're white bread."
―Lord Deadbones
"Let's leave McDanky's and the Slum Tower here. I've been in The Slums far to long for my stomach to handle today."
―Lord Willakers

The Second Small Council Table Meeting

The Second Small Council
Small Table 2 Screengrab
Air Date August 13th 2014
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Main Topics or Resolutions

  • Lord Roamin has been making headway in solving the Swammie situation. Looking at a video monitor that Lord Roamin wheels in, the Lords watch someone with a 'grey whitish beard planting swammies'.
    • Lord Willakers comes forward, explaining that Lord Justin and he created the Swammie situation to make money.
    • Lord Willakers says that the issue is that, if Swammies became legal, the Lords would make less money and that the issue is that peasants are figuring out that the Lords are allowing it to happen, even though it is illegal.
    • Lord Roamin says that supply is important, and that is what the Lords want to control. Swammies are also classified as being a food, not a drug.
    • The Lords resolve that they will hold off on laws now until they have a proper justice system. For now, they will just be illegal.
  • Lord Nisovin brings up the how the peasants are complaining that the rent is to high, which is Lord Deadbones' fault.
    • Lord Roamin suggests that rent gets raised.
    • Lord Nisovin suggests that the rent becomes lower.
      • Lord Willakers promotes this idea, saying that peasants will have more gold to spend.
    • Lord Justin suggests lowering the rent covertly or giving out a stimulus package
    • The resolution is that they lower the rent, but the Lords pretend to not know about it and, if the lowering of rent is mentioned to any Lord, they raise the prices back up again.
  • Lord Roamin talks about the building of Danky Land and that's just about ready for opening. He does suggest the need for there to be tests subjects on the rides to make sure it's safe for the Lord. The squires are suggested as candidates as it is their job to defend the Lords and that they have been doing nothing but riding the Squire gravy train.
    • Lord Willakers asks whether they should open up Danky Land to peasants, noting that it is near to Friendship Town. He suggests that there is a raffle and they let 100 peasants in and that he will only go once. He also mentioned that, worse case scenario, they just trash the place which, if occurred, would result in the raising of taxes
    • The process involved the peasants buying a raffle ticket which will win them access to buying a raffle ticket to get into the theme park.
    • Lord Roamin is asked what types of cases the court will allow, responding that they will allow all cases. It is also not a Judge Judy thing.
      • A Lord and anyone in the realm can bring someone to trial.
    • The jury box is for appearances sake, giving the peasants the illusion of a fair trial. It is also suggested that they edit the jury box to drop them into lava.
  • The meeting and the court is adjourned around a makeshift square table, which is punched and flipped.

Sub-Topics or Off-Topics

  • Lord Roamin also highlights the issue that the Lords put themselves in charge, but they established any rules. Doing this, however, is a major task, so they can't be bothered to do it now.
  • Peasants spam drinking water forces the Lords to move from their usual spot inside the Round Table to Nisovin's Round Table.
  • The Grove asks for some steps, however there are no steps to give them that match their theme, as stairs are produced wood, which goes against how the Grove want to protect nature. This is a problem with nature or Minecraft, not with the Lords.
    • Lord Willakers looks for alternatives to steps, finding vines as a good alternative. Lord Roamin doesn't see how 6 second videos will help them climb.
    • If the Grove wants stairs, they must cut down part of the tree to get it.
  • Slum Tower have been complaining that there needs to be some reconstruction work done, in that the sign is falling apart. There are also concerns that the peasants inside Slum Tower might lose their home if the tower was to collapse. Lord Justin shrugs this off as being a risk of living inside the tower.
  • Lord Roamin has finished construction of the Courthouse. The inaugural session or courting will be coming soon and justice will be flowing within the city.
    • Lord Willakers how justice works, Lord Roamin explains that it is a very intricate system. The plaintiff lawyer is Lord Nisovin and the defendants will be defended by Lord Justin. Lord Roamin will be the judge at the meetings.
    • Lord Nisovin brings up the issue as to what he should do if he doesn't believe in the case of the person he is defending. Lord Roamin points out that the court does not work on a bench system. He does say that he could talk to the judge in his chamber and let him know that he is going to throw the trial or let Lord Justin know and he wont have to try.
    • The Lords then go visit the Courthouse, which was formed as a merger of nine vacant plots.
  • The Lords pass a bar and a 'scohol', which are across the street from the Courthouse. The scohol was visited in a Building Inspectors video, where the name was changed from the correct spelling of school to scohol.
  • The Lords do a very brief mock trial, with Lord Willakers being defended.

Quotes

"Do drugs! You can be a Lord!"
―Lord Justin
"We're going to talk to them in memes, excellent plan!"
―Lord Roamin
"This is the most unproductive council meeting we have ever had."
―Lord Willakers

The Second Round Table

The Second Round Table
Second Round Table
Air Date September 18th 2014
Perspectives
Willy Icon Coestar Icon Deadbones Icon


Roamin Icon Justin Icon Nisovin Icon

Main Topics or Resolutions

  • Lord Willakers opens the meeting, naming those present and giving an update on those who are not. As Lord Guude was meant to be the mediator but is not present, Lord Willakers becomes the mediator. Those who are not present and why are as follows;
    • Lord Arkas is on vacation.
    • King Pause doesn't attend the Round Tables.
    • Lord Guude and Lord Beef have gone back to Camelot.
    • Lord Willakers hasn't seen Pyro in weeks.
      • Lord Willakers points out that some of the Lord may come and go, but that it might not be for them and they might be done with it.
  • The topic of a prison is brought up. Lord Deadbones suggests calling it Mini Australia, which fits the theme of the prison being on an island on the lake. This sparks the idea of the prison being upside down, so beds will be on the roof.
    • Lord Willakers brings up the issue of the rebellion that occurred in the period of time between the two meetings, saying that the rebels should have been put in there for the rest of their lives. However, he points out that they don't want to have to put people in it as it is roleplay banning people, as it might be too much to jail someone for a month for roleplay purposes.
      • Lord Deadbones points out that any prisoner put in jail can roleplay being a prisoner.
    • The final name of the prison is created: 'Oztralia', a combination of the TV series 'Oz' and the country 'Australia'. They also suggest Lord Nisovin being in charge of the prison so he can be the Wizard of Oz, though he rejects this, saying he doesn't want to be in charge of the prison.
    • They decide on who shall run the prison through a process of 'Not It', with Lord Deadbones being the only one who is it, becoming the warden of the prison. Lord Justin also expresses and interest in helping, being brought in as a guard. Lord Justin is given full permission to do what he wants with the prisoners.
  • The vote that was on the name of the city, ran by Lord Arkas (who is on vacation), is re-polled. The choices on the names of the city are as follows.
    • Initially suggested are five joke names between Lord Deadbones and Lord Willakers.
      • Beefinshire
      • Guudesville
        • The above two are suggested by Lord Deadbones and is met with disapproval, as the city would be named after Lords who don't really play anymore.
      • Remember That Time Rob and Guude Aren't Friends Anymore
      • Why Did Jon Tron Leave the Game Grumps?
        • The above two were suggested by Lord Willakers in response to Lord Deadbone's suggestions, referencing two events where groups had split up and the fan bases had assumed there to be a disagreement between both parties.
      • Show Us On The Doll Where They Touched You (Suggested by Lord Roamin)
    • Lord Willakers asks for there to be more serious names, which sparks a debate as to how the combination of Dang and Donk should be applied in the naming process. The following are the suggestions of this combination:
      • Dang Donk
      • Dong Dank
      • Dank Dong
      • Donk Dang
      • Dong Dong
      • Dank Dank
      • Dong Dankerton
        • Lord Willakers points out to the viewers that, before the recording, he had suggested that they decide on a name beforehand, but was assured by Lord Coe and Lord Justin that they'd be able to improvise some good names when it came to this part of the meeting.
    • The vote is still up in the air as to what the name should be, so Lord Willakers suggests that, at this point, the peasants can call it home.
      • He then comes to the realisation that they could just call the city Home, with the other Lords agreeing to the simple name.
  • The topic of district councils is brought up, which are there to strengthen the community and talk about some of the issues that their community has. Some of the councils have asked for official representation from the Lords so that they can petition for things.
    • Lord Willakers suggests that they split up the districts so that the councils could petition a particular Lord. Lord Justin likes the idea. There is initial arguments about who gets what, but the final conclusions are as follows:
      • Magic Quarter - Lord Nisovin
      • Brickton - Lord Roamin
      • The Slums - Do not get a representative
      • The Vineyard - Lord Justin
      • Dwarven District - Lord Willakers
      • Netherward - Lord Deadbones
      • Cloud Kingdom - Do not need a representative
      • Nature's Grove - Lord Coestar
        • Birthday cakes are to be added to Nature's Grove.
      • South Shire - Not chosen by Lords
      • The Barrens - Not chosen by Lords
      • Paupers - Not chosen by Lords.
        • Lord Arkas will be able to choose one of the districts not chosen by the Lords present.
    • Lord Willakers points out that they will need other Lords to take the other Districts. He suggests they need to find someone Spydcial.
    • The Lords are allowed to recognise, or not as in the case of Lord Willakers, their councils.
  • The issue of laws are brought up and that the only thing that are illegal are Swammies. All the laws are for peasants, not for Lords. Eating gold is decided to not be illegal, but the eating fish, murder and attempted murder are illegal.
    • Scamming is not made illegal as they do not have the police force to monitor the scammers. Lord Deadbones and Lord Coestar are tasked with making a G.I. Joe style PSA cartoon called G.I. Coe.
  • Lord Willakers realises that he is not in the same chair that he was in last time. Lord Deadbones points out that he should be in another chair. As Lord Willakers sits on his original chair, the floor beneath starts to explode as he sets off a trap that Lord Deadbones placed.
    • Nobody dies, due to being in Lord Mode, which Lord Deadbones calls cheating, but Lord Willakers points out is due to being invulnerable.
    • The table is seemingly unharmed.
    • The explosion reveals caves underneath the table that leads onto the next topic that is brought up.
  • The dragon that was killed was buried under the city as they didn't know what to do with the body. The problem is that now the dragon is melting a leaking a fluid. Lord Nisovin looked at it and is sure that it is leaking magic. They are unsure what to do with the giant dragon and what happens if peasants start to get some of the magic powers.
    • Lord Deadbones calls the magic that is keeping them alive and giving them magical powers Dragon AIDS.
    • Lord Nisovin suggests making magic illegal. He points out that he is the only one that will be allowed to use magic.
    • Lord Willakers points out there was around 7000 bottles of dragon blood left over. He suggests that they sell it.
      • The Lords debate what would happen if they used the blood again and how the blood could be used, such as baking it into a cake.
      • He further suggests that all the Lords share the bottles and save them.
      • Lord Justin suggests saving some for someone 'Spydtacular'.

Sub-Topics or Off-Topics

  • The Lords realise that half the time they say they are going to do things, but they forget to write them down and half the time they forget what they decided.
    • In a similar topic, the Dank News Network wondered whether the Lords will release the minutes to the Round Table.
      • A running gag throughout the entire meeting is the breaking of the fourth wall. Lord Willakers points this out to Lord Nisovin everytime, as, at the start of the meeting, Lord Nisovin responds to the this issue by saying that the DNN could just watch the video. The other Lords react, saying that he is ruining roleplay and Lord Willakers points out that they can only break the fourth wall so many times per episode and that they are saving it.
  • The month between meetings was a Game of Thrones month, where a long amount of time passed.
  • Lord Willakers estimates that there are 4,400 families, in that there are that many homes built, which means there can be anywhere between 5,000 to 8,000 people who live in the city.
  • Lord Roamin destroys Lord Justin's chair.
  • The joust has been rescheduled. The Hoe Down arena suggested that they will organise the joust, but that they will need some supplies and horses. The arena will also provide peasants to joust, saving on the Lords using their squires.
    • The issue of horse death and disappearance is brought up by Lord Deadbones, who said they didn't catch the guy. Lord Willakers admits to stealing Lord Deadbone's horse, then Lord Deadbones admits to killing the other horses, admitting to his own crime.
    • Lord Roamin points out that they built an entire arena and that they would never use it.
    • Lord Deadbones nays the topic, just because he feels someone should.
  • Lord Roamin, Lord Nisovin and Lord Justin have received complaints against them, the Building Inspectors, as they have been leaving signs outside of plots and haven't been taking them down. This means, when a peasant moves out of a plot, the signs still remain.
    • Lord Willakers points out an example where Lord Roamin has placed a sign outside of a plot saying that it was his favourite plot and that someone has moved in and built and anti-Roamin plot.
  • The issues as to what the peasants can eat is brought up, specifically the issue of peasants drinking water from bottles. They resolve that peasants who are thirsty should just go to the lake.
    • Lord Nisovin highlights the issue that peasants get stamina potions and that they get empty water bottles from drinking them and that they can just refill them at the lake
      • Lord Willakers points out that they are not trying to get rid of bottles, just reduce the availability of them.

Quotes

Long Overdue Third Round Table / The Round Bar

The Third Round Table
Round Table 3 part 1Round Table 3 part 2
Air Date Part 1: November 20th 2014

Part 2: November 22nd 2014

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Part 1

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Part 2

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Justin Icon Kyle Icon Roamin Icon

Shay Icon Spyd Icon

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The Third Round Table was split into two different parts, with Part 1 occurring within The Round Table building and Part 2 occurring within Lord Justin's base, Mt. Justmore. This was also the first Round Table to feature Queen Shay and Baron Kyle.

Main Topics or Resolutions

  • The first issue that is raised is that all the squires were dead. Lord Willakers expects an uproar, but the response from the other Lords is one of ignorance.
    • Lord Roamin gets upset because he had a bond with the squires and got attatched to them, despite Lord Willakers telling him not to.
    • Lord Justin also gets upset over the death of the squires.
    • Lord Willakers points out that it was an order from Queen Shay to kill all the peasants and squires. He hasn't gotten round to the peasants at this point.
  • Kyle the Bear is introduced as the Bearon of Mainstreet and, by holding a Lordly title, is allowed to be present at the meeting.
    • Lord Willakers explained that this occurred to getting drunk and wanting to make a talking bear a Lord.
  • Lord Roamin brings up the issue of angry monsters running around the prison.
    • His solution is that we just kill on sight the angry monsters.
    • Lord Roamin had been watching a movie or picture show where people were afraid of things and there were these fear monsters running around. He concludes that angry monsters come from angry things.
      • He comes up with two solutions;
        1. Make sure nobody gets angry and give everyone everything they want. This is deemed to be the worse solution.
        2. Ban the emotion of anger. This would be done simply by arresting anyone that gets angry
    • The law is passed that peasants can no longer be angry, under punishment of death. Lords can still be angry however.
      • This solves the problem of the small portion of the population who didn't like Shay, as killing them would remove them.
  • The issue is brought up as to where the Queen will live. She selects the Round Table building as a place of residence. Lord Willakers resigns himself to the fact that they will have to demolish the building with TNT.
    • The Lords all express sadness at the thought of losing the historic building, but all agree that it is for the greater good.
    • Lord Roamin expresses concern over the castle being 'girly'.
  • Deadbones introduces hats and the Lords Mall, allowing peasants to sell things for the Lords.
    • It has been built in the Barrens, close to the markets. He explains, with Willakers, that peasants will be able to buy plots and sell items that aren't normally able to sell (such as leather or horses) at a high tax.
    • There is also a hotel that has Lord themed rooms.
  • Spydster explains that Southshire has run out of girls and that every time he walks into a building it's a bunch of dudes. He requests a new district.
    • It is explained that they can't just make a new district.
    • It is suggested he trades districts with another Lord, but no Lord wants to give up their district because they love their own district.
    • Justin suggests that Spyd should just come hang out and that he will make Spyd a clubhouse with a love shack.
    • It is also pointed out that there is a mating shop within the Vineyard.

Sub-Topics or Off-Topics

  • There are a lot of horses.
  • Queen Shay wanted a new chair, which was needed more so after she broke hers to get up.
    • Lord Deadbones is tasked with building thrones, with the other Lords complimenting him on his throne building skills that he has displayed in the past.
      • Lord Justin takes over, building a golden throne foundation. The other Lords come in and start adding details, Lord WIllakers adding crowns, Lord Roamin adding redstone blocks and Lord Deadbones actually building the seat.
    • Once the chair has been the built, the Round Table gets back onto the agenda, with the Lords standing around the newly built chair.
      • Kyle is placed next to Queen Shay because he looks like the throne.
  • After a commercial break, brought on by an earthquake, the meeting continues.
  • There is the issue of the pumpkin spice latte tree, or Queen hating tree, near or in the round table building.
  • As the Queen looks around the Round Table building, the Lords move out to another place and hold the Round Table there (moving from Part 1 to Part 2 in the process).
  • Justin is forced to move by Willakers because he is setting next to Kyle and he's not allow to sit next to Kyle.
  • Roamin, Spyd and Deadbones all turn the roundtable into a pool bar.
  • Deadbones is wearing a rainbow cat hat, though he himself can't see it.
    • This prompts all the Lords to start wearing hats.
    • Willakers gives Shay a busy beard and eyebrows and tells her to wear it, but doesn't tell her how to take it off.
  • There is much discussion about the rooms in the Lords Hotel, such as;
    • Whether Kyle's room is ontop, below or inside Justin's room.
    • Whether Spyd's room has a one way mirror and that the location is next to the Lords Elementary school, which they should build next.
  • The meeting ends with Willakers doing a cannonball into the pool.

Quotes

"You know, you have a couple of drinks, there's a bear there. He talks, you're probably going to want to make him a Lord."
―Lord Willakers[src]
"Oh my God. That bear matches my throne!"
―Queen Shay[src]

The Anvil Table

The Anvil Table
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The Nothing Table

The Nothing Table
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